Join our joint webinar, organized by HEJSupport, SSNC, groundWork, and EEB on Monday, 27th of June
Presenters: HEJSupport and CIEL
Chemical transparency is needed to ensure the effectiveness of the Basel Convention implementation.
Global minimum transparency standard (GMTS) for hazardous chemicals in products – A tool for the protection of human health and the environment from toxic exposure
The GMTS is a step towards global safety of human health and the environment and stricter regulation or even a complete phase-out of hazardous chemicals.
Including a mandatory transparency standard for the monomers used to formulate the plastics and the additives from the very beginning will pave the way to non-toxic circular economy.
HEJSupport publishes a report summarizing the results of the SAICM Virtual Working Groups (VWGs) and presents recommendations.
Adding the theme of transparency for plastic chemicals to the work of INC will facilitate its inclusion into the text of the future binding instrument on plastic.