2020 was a very strange year. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was the major factor for the Chemical Industry but the locked down economy with fewer plane and car journeys highlighted the long-term consequences of environmental issues whilst the preparations for Brexit and a new trading relationship between the UK and European Union were hampered by the lack of clarity of the deal.
The European Commission (“EC”) is proposing to modernise EU Legislation on batteries and to deliver the first initiative announced in the new Circular Economy Action Plan. The proposal is another step towards achieving the goals of the European Green Deal and contributing to the zero-pollution ambition set in it.
New Legislation will Accelerate Change and Consolidation in the Chemical Industry PDF Version On Wednesday 14th October, the European Commission adopted a new strategy for sustainability within the Chemicals industry. This follows an announcement by the European Commission earlier this month outlining a roadmap towards “a Zero Pollution Ambition for air, water and soil –... Read more »
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