In December of 2019, in response to the growing challenges related to climate change, the European Commission presented the European Green Deal, a comprehensive and aggressive proposal to transform the EU into the first climate neutral continent by 2050. This transformational plan provides a roadmap for making the EU economy more sustainable; resulting in a cleaner environment, more affordable energy, smarter transport, new jobs, and an overall better quality of life.
If by 2050 companies cannot show the chemical data in their products, they will not have access to the EU market.
With this in mind, companies need to ensure that they:
- Understand the various chemicals used in their products
- Obtain data from suppliers on the substances going into their products
- Know which regulatory and advisory lists to look at and obtaining those lists
- Screen those substances quickly and effectively to understand risks
- Determine safer substitutes/alternatives
Scivera was founded with a future-forward mindset based on the idea that something like the Green Deal would have to come to fruition at some point. Scivera provides a standardized Chemical Hazard Assessment based on GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals) principles. All verified assessments are run across 23 human health and environmental endpoints by a team of toxicologists and added to the largest global repository of CHAs in the world.
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Enhesa Company’s Sustainable Chemistry Solution, made up of Scivera and ToxPlanet, will help you face the challenges imposed by the European Green Deal head on, allowing you to ensure continued market access.
Join The European Green Deal – A New Hope for Safer Chemistry v2 webinar on 11 October 2022 to look into the focal points of the Deal and how it may impact your business. Explore how Scivera and ToxPlanet can help overcome the chemical restriction barriers within The Deal and jump ahead of the competition on the road to sustainability.