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Recycling activities at the interface of waste legislation and REACH journal article

Kristian Fischer

Zeitschrift für Stoffrecht, Volume 11 (2014), Issue 1, Page 2 - 12

I. Introduction When companies recyclewaste and therebymake newproducts or secondary rawmaterials, theybecome – inlegal terms – active at the interface of the REACH Regulation and the EU Waste Directive. Companies must pay attention to the requirements of both legal acts, in order to act in compliance with the law. Therefore, it is essential that the rules of the two legal acts are consistent with each other, so there are no contradictions or discrepancies


The Scope of the Exposure Assessment within the Chemical Safety Assessment under REACH journal article

Kristian Fischer

Zeitschrift für Stoffrecht, Volume 7 (2010), Issue 4, Page 162 - 169

I. Introduction The REACH Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 established a new legal framework for chemical substances. The idea behind REACH is to regulate the risks resulting from chemical substances which may affect the environment and/or the health of humans if they are exposed to chemicals as consumers, workers or indirectly via the environment. The scheme of REACH to regulate the risks resulting from substances rests on four pillars: registration, evaluat

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