Brexit corner

Cefic response to Call for Evidence – ‘better access to chemicals data for safety assessments’ | Cefic position

European’s Commission proposal for an Ecodesign for Sustainable Product Regulation (ESPR) | Cefic position

How to get the interface between the REACH & OSH in motion? | Cefic position

How to introduce the ‘Essential Uses’ Concept under REACH (Concept Paper)

Chemical Strategy for Sustainability | Input Paper on the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (CSS)

This paper outlines the preliminary views and proposals of the European chemical industry, as represented by Cefic, on the future Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability proposed by the European Commission under the EU Green Deal. Its content may evolve at the light of future developments. It is organised in two part: 1. an overview outlining the…

The future relationship negotiations between the EU and the UK (Brexit) | Cefic – CIA position

Cefic – CIA position on REACH related issues in the future relationship between the EU-27 and the UK (Brexit)

Why is a “no deal” Brexit a problem under REACH

The interface between chemical, product and waste legislation and identification of policy options | Cefic position

Regulatory alignment post Brexit

Letter to heads of state and government ahead of EU council

Cefic, ECEG and industriAll European Trade Union statement on Brexit

The UK’s decision to leave the EU presents a political and economic challenge that creates significant uncertainty for companies and their employees. Cefic, ECEG and industriAll Europe are united in their concern about the adverse impact that Brexit could have on the viability, international competitiveness and employment within Europe’s chemical industry on either side of…

Cefic and CIA joint statement on Brexit and the future

Rules of Origin for Chemical Chapters 28 to 40 under Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

Following the UK’s departure from the European Union on 31st January 2020 and the transition period, both sides are now negotiating a future trade relationship. A priority in these negotiations is the conclusion of a trade agreement that will be the core of the future economic relationship.

Rules of Origin for Chemical Chapters 28 to 40 in context of the EU-UK negotiations