How the UK's post-Brexit chemicals standards are starting to trail behind the EU

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Saltend Chemicals Park in Hull | Credit: Paul Harrop
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Saltend Chemicals Park in Hull | Credit: Paul Harrop

Publication of UK REACH's priorities for upcoming year prompts concern of a widening gap between EU and UK on hazardous chemical regulation

Campaigners have this week raised the alarm over a growing gap between UK and European Union regulations to protect human health and the environment from dangerous chemicals. Concerns were reignited...

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