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EU Court finds ECHA was right to put BPA on dangerous substance list

EU General Court rejects PlasticsEurope appeal against European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) decision to include bisphenol A on candidate list of substances of very high concern

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The EU’s General Court July 11 ruled that the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) was right to include bisphenol A (BPA) in a Europe-wide list of dangerous substances, throwing out an appeal against the decision by industry association, PlasticsEurope.


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