EC Publishes Responses to Public Consultation on Transparency Measures for Nanomaterials on the Market


The European Commission (EC) has posted responses received to its public consultation on transparency measures for nanomaterials on the market. The EC states that it received 202 responses -- 100 respondents submitted the questionnaire for industry stakeholders, and 102 respondents submitted the questionnaire for other stakeholders.  Fourteen respondents requested that their contributions would not be published. All other contributions are available on the EC’s website.  The EC notes that some contributions are published in anonymous form upon request.  The EC will publish a full summary and analysis of the public consultations “in due course.”

Topics:  EU, European Commission, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology, Transparency

Published In: International Trade Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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