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FEICA Briefing Papers, Member Guidances, Fact Sheets and other regulatory publications, including the FEICA Snapshot, are internal documents, available for FEICA members only. These documents, marked with a grey 'member' icon, are for internal use only, not for distribution.

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  • FEICA Glossary - OCF acronyms

    FEICA Glossary of acronyms and abbreviations commonly used in the One-Component Foam (OCF) Test Methods.

  • FEICA Constitution and By-laws

    The FEICA Constitution (Statutes) and bylaws, first published in Belgium on 26 October 2006. The latest modification was approved at the General Assembly on 12 September 2018.


    In 1972 FEICA (Fédération Européenne des Industries de Colles et Adhésifs) was formally founded at the first General Assembly in Rome. Mr. Wilfried de Kesel, Fédération des Industries Chimiques de Belgique, was elected as first president of the new Association of  the European Adhesive and Sealants Industry. The German adhesives association in Düsseldorf provided the secretariat.


    Since its inception, FEICA has continued to grow and expand its areas of interest. Although for many years a federation of national adhesive and sealants associations, in 2007 FEICA expanded the membership structure to include direct company members and associate company members. 


    In January 2007 the FEICA secretariat and office was relocated near the premises of the European Chemical Council (CEFIC) in Brussels. This has enabled FEICA to become more closely involved with the European Commission and other EU institutions and to build relationships with the chemical producer and other chemical user associations and advance the interests of the adhesive and sealant industry.

  • FEICA Briefing paper & Call for Action - notification of information on hazardous chemical mixtures for emergency health response: workability study on the new requirements For members

    Call for action


    To address concerns raised by stakeholders on the workability of new requirements on the submission of information on hazardous chemical mixtures for emergency health response, the European Commission has launched a study; the appointed consultant is Wood Plc. 

    This Briefing paper & Call for action provides the background information on the workability regarding provisions of Annex VIII under the CLP regulation. Issues with the practical implementation were raised by industry, leading to the above mentioned study.

  • FEICA 2018 Glossary of acronyms and abbreviations For members

    This glossary is intended for FEICA Members to enhance the common understanding of acronyms and abbreviations used at FEICA meetings.

  • The European Adhesive and Sealant Industry: Growth by end-use markets 2017

    This is a handy pamphlet of the European Adhesive and Sealant Industry's European growth rates by end-use market for 2017.

  • The circular economy: The role of adhesives and sealants

    Adhesives and sealants have been creating sustainable solutions for decades by enhancing the circularity of many products along their life cycles. The adhesive and sealant industry, committed to its sustainability vision, is therefore a key enabler in the development of the circular economy, collaborating across the value chains and with end customers to support societal change.

  • FEICA Privacy policy

    FEICA has updated its Privacy Policy. This policy describes the collection, use and processing of personal data by FEICA, as the data controller of this information as defined by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the EU.

  • A safe future for polyurethane products For members

    FEICA leaflet with Q&A


    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.

    Although a final regulation is not foreseen before 2019, we trust you will find this update helpful.

  • A safe future for polyurethane products (IT) For members

    FEICA leaflet with Q&A (Italian Version)

    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to Italian speaking customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.

  • A safe future for polyurethane products (DE) For members

    FEICA leaflet with Q&A (German Version)

    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to German speaking customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.