ChemSec's Eight Key Points for EU on Addressing the PFAS Crisis
In their response to the EU's public consultation on PFAS restrictions, ChemSec highlights eight crucial points. They emphasize the global PFAS crisis and the need for comprehensive regulation to prevent "regrettable substitution." The inclusion of fluoropolymers and F-gases is recommended. ChemSec argues that PFAS are not essential for the green transition, as safer alternatives are available. Many companies are already taking action to phase out PFAS, and investors are demanding change. Lastly, the high cost of PFAS pollution cleanup and its impact on the food sector and society are stressed.
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