EU's chemical Directive will 'impact' electronics

Bush, Steve
February 2007
Electronics Weekly;2/28/2007, Issue 2277, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) Directive of the European Union on the electronics industry. Kate Geraghty, head of electronics at the consultancy WSP Environmental, said that the REACH will impact the electronics industry in terms of materials and products. The Directive is intended to establish an integrated system for registration, evaluation and authorization of chemicals.


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