Risk & Policy Analysts (RPA), together with ARCHE Consulting have been appointed by the Norwegian Environment Agency to collect information on the uses and emissions of PFHxS and PFHxS-related substances, alternatives, substitution costs and a socio-economic analysis for the proposed REACH restriction and for the upcoming Stockholm Convention process.
The purpose of this consultation is to gather information from as many relevant stakeholders as possible, which will be used as input in the development of the restriction proposal. This includes inputs on uses of PFHxS and PFHxS-related substances, the manufacture and import of PFHxS and PFHxS-related substances, emissions, alternatives and economic impacts.
More information and the available questionnaires can be found on the RPA website. The deadline for completing the questionnaire is the 29th July 2018.