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Solvents & Ozone

By | Fact Sheets, Publications

This fact sheet  shows what part the solvents industry plays in reducing ozone peaks and how it has substantially reduced its emissions to contribute to air quality in Europe.

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RCP for setting occupational exposure limits for hydrocarbon solvents

By | Publications, Scientific papers, Solvents@Work

This paper from July 2017 provides an update on the application of the reciprocal calculation procedure (RCP) method to calculate occupational exposure levels for hydrocarbon solvents taking into account recent toxicological information and changes in regulatory requirements.

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Solutions Newsletter – Summer 2017

By | News and Events

Topics: Meet the team – Catch up with ESVOC – Making REACH compliance easier – Training on solvents – EU adopts limits on air pollutant emissions – Setting a standard definition for mineral oil – Improving REACH with PetCo – Bio-based solvents

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Air quality challenge in China and Asia

By | Position Papers, Publications

The objective of this technical position paper is to propose a way forward in improving (primarily Chinese) air quality by highlighting the need for accurate emissions inventories and air quality modelling. This April 2017 paper shows the industry’s commitment to improve air quality world-wide.

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EU Ecolabel

By | Position Papers, Publications

ESIG recognises that the EU Ecolabel has significant potential to promote the most sustainable products. This February 2017 paper demonstrates the industry’s continuous commitment to improve its products’ environmental footprint.

Managing the health risks of solvent exposure

By | Best Practice Guidelines, Best Practice Guidelines, Publications, Solvents@Work

Learn how best to manage health risks from exposure to solvents via inhalation of vapours and contact with the skin and eyes. This guide also helps to explain the European regulations around health risk management.  This resource is especially useful for SMEs.