Nano register position paper published by HCWH Europe

On 5 August 2014, the European Commission concluded its public consultation on the Impact Assessment on Possible Measures to Increase Transparency on Nanomaterials on the Market. HCWH Europe has published a new position paper containing a selection of reponses to the consultation.

Due to nanomaterials’ potential risk to human health and the environment, HCWH Europe supports the creation of a European-level nanomaterials registry, with registration by use for all actors along the supply chain. A comprehensive registry will best enable decision makers to create appropriate, effective, and efficient responses to the health and environmental risks posed by nanomaterials.
Read our Nano Register position paper for comments on the impact assessment.

For further information about our position on nanomaterials, please contact:
Laurel Berzanskis - Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Policy Officer
E: T: +32 2503 4911

Please direct all media enquiries to:
Rosalind Simpson - Communication & Press Officer
E: T: +32 2503 4911
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