MPs and chemicals industry welcome extension of UK REACH deadlines

James S Murray
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UK REACH is expected to start on 1 January at the end of the Brexit transition period
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UK REACH is expected to start on 1 January at the end of the Brexit transition period

Environmental Audit Committee welcomes move to give firms more time to register chemicals use with post-Brexit scheme

All eyes may be on the stalled UK-EU negotiations and the prospect of the UK breaching an international treaty it only agreed to at the end of last year, but these are not the only parts of the Brexit...

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