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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

4FUN Workshop for Regulators, 26-27 March 2015, Paris
Posted on 30/03/2015

Enviresearch Ltd’s James Garratt and Emma Grange will be in Paris this week to take part in the hosting of...
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Newcastle University
Posted on 02/03/2015

On the 19th of February our consultant Emma Grange met with the next generation of environmental scientists at Newcastle University....
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The Enviresearch Foundation Travel Award
Posted on 26/02/2015

The Enviresearch Foundation Travel Award went live last month. The Enviresearch Foundation will be providing £10,000 to sponsor the travel plans...
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Other News

PatentPicks: Catalytic Converters
Posted on 29/06/2015

A look at recent patenting activity in catalytic converters, brought to you by C&EN and CAS...
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Supreme Court Blocks EPA Limits On Power Plant Mercury Emissions
Posted on 29/06/2015

Air Pollution: Justices say agency should have considered costs earlier in the regulatory process...
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New Way To Ride Herd On Oil Spills
Posted on 29/06/2015

Materials Chemistry: Unlike current non-biodegradable “herders,” new agents do a disappearing act...
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