- Opening date
The main stakeholders identified are:
- members of the general public who purchase certain chemicals for legitimate non-professional activities;
- professional users;
- businesses in the chemical industry/supply chain such as producers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, online marketplaces, and retailers (including SMEs);
- Member State authorities, law-enforcement authorities and customs authorities; and
Why we are consulting
The consultation will aim to gather views on:
- better defining the problem and the current market situation;
- alternative ways of regulating/controlling access to high-risk chemicals;
- the scope for harmonising national rules on high-risk chemicals; and
- the possible pros and cons of a new legislative framework.
Respond to the consultation
You can contribute to this consultation by filling in the online questionnaire. If you are unable to use the online questionnaire, please contact us using the email address below.
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