The introduction of a blanket Mixture Assessment Factor (MAF) would have substantial negative impacts on EFCC members with questionable benefits. EFCC, together with DUCC members, prefers that the MAF applies only to substances that contribute to the mixture toxicity.
On 27 October 2022 EFCC signed a joint construction industry statement inviting Members of the European Parliament to give Europe’s construction industry the long-term investment certainty to be able to deliver the EU's renovation agenda.
On 17 October 2022 EFCC submitted a reply to the EC consultation on the CLP Delegated Act for new hazard classes. EFCC members believe that any modification of the classification rules or any inclusion of a new hazard class in the CLP should be discussed and agreed by the UN GHS SCE first.
EFCC, as member of DUCC, contributed to the development of the DUCC position paper on the impact of polymer registration on downstream user formulators. In this paper DUCC members highlight the importance of polymers for downstream user formulators and point out key impacts related to the different proposals of the EC.