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REACH Called "Threat" to Chemical Innovation

Posted July 18, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Are the European Union's extensive REACH regulations governing all things chemical an over-REACH? That's what some industry members are now claiming as additional mandates loom calling for up to 70,000 more chemicals to undergo safety screening and authorization procedures by 2018. Leaders of Europe's chemical industry association complain the regulations threaten to stymie innovation and overly burden small- and medium-sized enterprises at a time when Europe is struggling to compete globally.


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Re: REACH Called "Threat" to Chemical Innovation

07/20/2016 12:39 PM

If you watch drug commercials on TV, and stop to realize that the (possible side effects may include...) portions of some of those commercials can be deadly, or near-deadly, because of the lessening of the stringency of drug trials currently acceptable to such organizations as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and realize that now, the (cure) can often be much worse than the (cold), not to mention incompatibilities between new drugs, more more testing is obviously needed now...

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