Green Transition: Orgalim position and recommendations on the proposed PFAS restriction

Published: 7 June 2024

Policies & Issues: Green Transition

Europe’s technology industries are fully committed to reducing the content of hazardous substances in their products to support a more circular economy and a healthier environment. However, the proposed general ban on the production, use, and market availability of per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) would significantly impact on our industries’ ability to produce robust and reliable products.

To read our key messages on the proposed restriction, please download the document above.

Authors

Mittelham
Stéphanie Mittelham
Manager - Green Transition
Mateos Basco
Julio Mateos Basco
Junior Adviser - Environment

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