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The market for so-called "safer chemistry" is set to outpace the overall global chemical market during the current decade. Companies are reducting their use and generation of hazardous substances, creating safer products and lowering the impact of processes on human health and the environment. The impetus comes from a combination of tightening regulations and demand from consumers for more sustainable products.
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GreenBiz Group publish their eighth State of Green Business Report. This is a comprehensive assessement of the global impact of current company sustainability efforts and the conclusions are a little pessimistic about current results. However the future is looking brighter. Are we sinking, swimming or just treading water when it comes ot sustainability initiatives? Go to the link and sign up for your free report,
Mapei the global leader in adhesives and chemicals for construction based in Italy has reproduced articles from Alan Best Sustainability in its' in- house magazine which has a circulation of 145000
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With the EU's Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) coming into force this September, preparations are in full flow. While industry has some reservations on the provisions of the new regime, this CHEMICAL NEWS webinar provides a solid introduction to the BPR and inform companies how to make the best decisions regarding applications for approval of biocidal active substances and the authorisation of biocidal products.
Effects of Human and Wildlife Exposure to Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Examined in Landmark UN Report - Febraury 2013
Chemicals found in flooring and personal hygiene products come under increased scrutiny as UN and WHO note increasing scientific evidence of potential risks to health amassed from around the world.
Alan Best appointed 2014 Chair of the Flooring Sustainability Partership on which he represents Shaw Industries Inc. This is a group involving manufacturers, flooring contractors and retailers, government and trade bodies, architects and recycling specialists working together to improve the sustainability of the flooring industry.
Chemsec increase chemicals on the SIN List
Over 600 chemicals are now listed on version 2.1, adding additional chemicals to the list based on information released from the REACH authorities. Many of the new additions are considered to be carcinogenic. The REACH SVHC now runs to 138 chemicals.
WHEN GREEN IS TOXIC - Article by Dr Mike Belliveau on the benefits and potential hazards associated with some bio based chemicals. Here's a sample of what he has to say......" To make PVC, the poison plastic, add two carcinogens, pump the resin full of toxic additives and leave a trail of chlorinated waste from production and disposal. Replacing the petroleum in PVC with renewable carbon hardly greens its lifecycle......."