REACH will have a remarkable impact on the European market, not only for chemicals, but for all kinds of products - there is no production without chemicals involved. To look form a somewhat different than Schörling's point of view you should look into the documents of the VCI (Verband der chemischen Industrie - German chemical industry association, Frankfurt): http://www.vci.de, look for "English documents" on the first page. Dr. Thomas H. Brock Head of the Department of Hazardous Substances Leiter des Referates Grundlagen der Gefahr- und Biostoffe Berufsgenossenschaft der chemischen Industrie Kurfürsten-Anlage 62 69115 Heidelberg GERMANY mailto:tbrock**At_Symbol_Here**bgchemie.de -----Original Message----- From: Ralph Stuart [mailto:rstuart**At_Symbol_Here**uvm.edu] Sent: Monday, May 10, 2004 4:53 PM To: DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU Subject: [DCHAS-L] Reach: what happened and why?/ A Guidebook These reports are likely to be of value to people interested in European regulation of chemicals... - Ralph Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 16:13:05 +0200 From: "VOGEL, Laurent"
Subject: Reach: what happened and why?/ A Guidebook REACH: what happened and why? Inger Schörling, Swedish rapporteur for the "White Paper" of the European Parliament in 2001 has recently published a book to tell the secrets of Chemicals Policy in the EU. This guidebook is helpful to all those interested in the REACH debate. Full text of the book on line: http://www.etuc.org/tutb/uk/news-events2.html#arret99 On REACH and the United States: more information on http://tutb.etuc.org/uk/dossiers/rdossier.asp?rd_pk=16&dos_pk=1
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