Over 15 EDC-Free Europe members have commented on the European Commission’s roadmaps for the revision of REACH and the regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) of chemical substances and mixtures, calling for ambitious proposals to protect the health of people and the environment against harmful endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).

REACH and the CLP regulation are two fundamental pieces of the existing EU chemicals legislation, and are foreseen for revision under the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability, which was published in October 2020.

Closing gaps and refining the REACH and CLP regulations are key steps for the European Commission and EU Member States to deliver on the commitments of the Chemicals Strategy, in particular to meet the promise to ban EDCs from consumer products.


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