'Worrying' ignorance of REACH
One-fifth of UK manufacturers do not believe that EU legislation restricting the use of hazardous chemicals has any impact on their business, and another 30% think it is unimportant, EEF has warnedA survey of members of the manufacturers’ body reveals that just half consider the REACH rules important, and were taking actions to adapt to the increasing restrictions on substances, such as substit
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