Green Deal: Commission adopts new Chemicals Strategy towards a toxic-free environment

European Commission Press release Brussels, 14 Oct 2020 Today, the European Commission adopted the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability. The Strategy is the first step towards a zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment announced in the European Green Deal.

Green Deal: Commission adopts new Chemicals Strategy towards a toxic-free environment

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