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Enviresearch will provide the best regulatory and risk assessment service in Europe, for the global chemical industry.

At Enviresearch, we understand that you need more than technicEnviresearch - Only Representative, Environmental Risk Assessmental excellence.  We foster a culture of attention to detail alongside innovation, flexibility and outstanding customer care. We go that extra mile for you, and do whatever it takes to help you comply with all the relevant regulations.

Whether you need assistance with problematic risk assessments, or with preparing a regulatory strategy, we are the experts.

Contacting us could be the smartest regulatory decision that you ever make.

 

 

 

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Our News

The new BPR and the existing national laws
Posted on 11/07/2014

How do you know which set of rules to follow?  Recently published in the REACH Ready Review is a handy...
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Great to see you at Brighton for the BCPC congress.
Posted on 07/10/2013

Thank you to all our friends who visited us at the BCPC congress in Brighton on 1 and 2 October. ...
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Chemical exposure from the environment: 4-FUN project
Posted on 15/07/2013

We are delighted to promote the 4-FUN project. The goal is to improve our assessments of the exposure of humans...
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Other News

Mysterious Fungus Threatens Frogs
Posted on 28/07/2014

Mysterious parasite pushes amphibians toward extinction as researchers race to fight back...
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EPA Eyes Ban On Greenhouse Gas
Posted on 18/07/2014

A new proposal pushes to curb the use of HFCs in the U.S....
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Annual Muslim Pilgrimage Dramatically Increases Air Pollution Around City
Posted on 16/07/2014

Air Quality: During the Hajj, levels of carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds may reach harmful levels...
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