Sweden’s lead classification would damage market: ILA
Dec 07, 2012 | 12:09 PM
| Mark Burton
LONDON Swedens proposal to classify all forms of lead metal as a proven reproductive hazard will have damaging effects on the recycling and marketing of a range of metallic substances and products in Europe, the International Lead Association (ILA) has warned.
As the European Chemicals Agencys (ECHAs) public consultation on the issue closed Friday, the ILA claimed Swedens dossier lacks scientific robustness and calls for overprecautionary action.....
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