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News in 2011

Below is the full list of news items published in 2011 by Cefic. 

  1. Chemical industry and downstream users work together on safe use communication under REACH

    31 October 2011

    Cefic and DUCC organised on October 21, 2011, a joint workshop to train companies on exposure scenarios developed as part of the REACH registration.

  2. EU policymakers see chemicals sector, chemicals as essential, survey finds

    30 September 2011

    EU policymakers see an important role for the chemicals sector and its products in society, but public trust remains an issue, according to a first-ever, Cefic-commissioned survey.

  3. REACH conference urges industry to start preparing for next registration deadline

    28 September 2011

    Industry and authorities have done a good job in the first phase of REACH registration, but the work continues, concluded speakers at the European Commission's REACH Registration Conference on 23 September.

  4. EU chemicals output climbs 4.3 per cent in March

    10 June 2011

    EU chemicals output climbs 4.3 per cent in March, the latest Chemicals Trends Report shows. The report says first quarter 2011 chemicals production rose 5.3 per cent.

  5. Nanotechnologies can help build the future

    31 May 2011

    The chemicals industry has nanotechnologies at the ready to help meet current and future societal needs, including environmental challenges, according to a Cefic research and innovation expert.

James Pieper, Press Officer
+32 (0)2 676 7398     jpi@cefic.be

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