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Association of the European Adhesive
and Sealant Industry

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  • Press Release | FEICA European Adhesive & Sealant Conference and EXPO 2018

    600 participants from 35 countries attended the 2018 FEICA Conference and EXPO, which focused heavily on digitalisation. Hot topics in adhesives and sealants were covered during the seminars, whilst the EXPO booths showed off the latest trends in the industry.

  • The circular economy: The role of adhesives and sealants

    The adhesive and sealant industry, committed to its sustainability vision, will be a key enabler in the development of the circular economy, collaborating across the value chains and with end customers to support societal change.

  • Good Practice Stories

    FEICA has published 12 examples of good practice in the use of adhesives and sealants. The Good Practice stories help to share knowledge across the industry and enable the downstream users of adhesives and sealants to pursue more sustainable production practices in line with the European Commission’s circular economy goals.

  • Press Release | Updated FEICA use map packages and CHESAR format now available

    FEICA has published an updated version of its use map packages, along with the updated ‘individual building elements’ – i.e. exposure assessment inputs for workers (SWEDs), consumers (SCEDs), and environmental releases (SPERCs).

  • FEICA position on review of ecodesign requirements for electronic products

    FEICA members support the need for ecodesign to encourage end-of-life re-use and recycle solutions for electronic products and components, such as computers. FEICA's latest review advises that imposing specific technologies on manufacturers could potentially result in a technology lock-in.