For the first time ever, a European authorization could be rejected

For the first time ever, a European authorization could be rejected

The European Parliament Environment Committee voted in favour of a resolution against the draft decision from the EU Commission to grant an authorisation for using sodium dichromate, which is classified as cancerogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction.

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