Euro Chlor gives a ‘thumbs up’ for science in Rome
In May 2018, the environmental aspects of chlor-alkali chemistry were presented by Euro Chlor at SETAC Europe. This year’s event brought together over 2400 academic, regulatory and industry stakeholders to discuss the latest scientific findings in environmental chemistry.
The 2018 scientific conference took place in the historic city of Rome and many of the presentations and posters examined the basis for the newly proposed PMT (persistent, mobile, toxic) criteria for substance evaluation, as well as looking for ways to balance the environmental hazards of some chemicals with their essential requirement in daily life.
Euro Chlor’s booth once again featured at the exhibition and our diverse environmental science library was available for delegates to take home.
Next year’s event will take place from 26-30th May 2018 in Helsinki, Finland, home to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).