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Enviresearch exists to provide the best regulatory and risk assessment service in Europe for the global chemical industry. Our dedicated group of consultants recognise that technical excellence is just the start. Our customers need flexible thinking, friendly communications and innovative solutions. In other words, we are here to listen, to discuss, to decide on a strategy and to follow that strategy through until it is complete.

Part of the Enviresearch mission is to be a beacon of what consultancy should really be. We engage with academic research and invest in new ideas to ensure that we are at the cutting edge of science. Our customers deserve nothing less.

Our experts have come together from a range of backgrounds: agronomy, chemistry, environmental fate, ecology, endocrine disruption, risk assessment and regulatory affairs. This is the place where you will find your specialist consultant.

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  • Endocrine Disruption Hazard Classes for CLP

    Endocrine Disruption Hazard Classes for CLP

    The draft CLP act introducing hazard classes for endocrine disruption is now out for consultation, in a fast-tracked procedure aimed to rapidly adopt and implement the new classes. The feedback period will end on 18th October, with Chemical watch reporting that the act could be adopted by the end of the year.

    The act follows the approach of including 2 hazard classes for endocrine disruption, based on the level of certainty, resulting in categories for ‘Known or Presumed Endocrine Disruptors’ and for ‘Suspected Endocrine Disruptors’

    2022-09-22 13:03:01

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  • Widespread Drought in Europe – impacts on crops, efficacy trials and plant protection products

    Widespread Drought in Europe – impacts on crops, efficacy trials and plant protection products

    Europe is in the midst of its worst drought in over 500 years, with almost two thirds of the continent affected according to the latest JRC Global Drought Observatory Report for August 2022.

    The extremely dry conditions are having numerous negative impacts, reducing crop yields and quality, and also creating conditions for some insect crop pests to flourish.  In the report it is estimated that maize, soybean, and sunflowers will be most affected, with yield reductions estimated to be -16%, -15%, and -12% respectively, relative to 5-year averages.

    2022-08-25 13:57:24

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  • Regulatory compliance checks - Importance of remaining compliant

    Regulatory compliance checks - Importance of remaining compliant

    A recent report published by Ireland's Health and Safety Authority (HSA) confirmed that checks carried out on 970 chemicals products during 2021 for compliance with REACH, CLP and the detergents regulation resulted in 87 products being removed from the market and a further 61 banned from sale to the general public. Products were predominantly banned or removed from the market due to non-compliance with CLP requirements or because they contained restricted substances or substances subject to authorisation under REACH. 

    2022-06-29 10:36:19

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