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  • Industry Guidance at a Glance - Child Resistant Fastenings

    To enforce the Classification Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation, a joint paper has been published by the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination group (DUCC) - of which FEICA is a member - and SMEUnited to provide targeted information on the use of Child Resistant Fastenings. Child Resistant Fastenings (CRF) are an example of a special packaging requirement that help to protect vulnerable people when particularly hazardous chemicals are made available to the general public.

  • Industry Guidance at a Glance - Tactile Warning of Danger

    To enforce the Classification Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation, a joint paper has been published by the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination group (DUCC) - of which FEICA is a member - and SMEUnited to provide targeted information on the use of Tactile Warnings of Danger. Tactile Warnings of Danger (TWD) are an example of a special packaging requirement that help to protect vulnerable people when particularly hazardous chemicals are made available to the general public.

  • Industry Guidance at a Glance - Online Sale of Chemical Mixtures

    To enforce the Classification Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation, a joint paper has been published by the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination group (DUCC) - of which FEICA is a member - and SMEUnited to provide targeted information on the online sale of chemical mixtures. When a hazardous mixture is made available for sale to the general public and they cannot see the on-pack label in advance of purchase (e.g. internet sale), the CLP Regulation requires that the purchaser receives hazard information via the advertisement of sale.  As a result, CLP online sales obligations may apply to a broad range of advertisers such as importers, formulators, re-fillers/re-packagers/re-labellers, retailers, wholesalers or distributors who sell hazardous mixtures to the general public.

  • A long-term Strategy for Europe's Industrial Future

    Joint Paper published by Industry4Europe, a coalition of 149 sector associations (including FEICA), representing the diversity of the EU’s industrial base. The paper, titled ‘A long-term strategy for Europe’s industrial future: from words to action’, presents concrete industrial policy proposals in seven priority fields; business-friendly policy environment, sustainability at business core, upgraded skills and training, enhanced research and innovation, investment and improved access to finance, reinforcement of the European Single Market and strengthened trade and international market access. 

  • Deutsche Bauchemie sets up 'Committee 7 Construction Sealants'

    At the initiative of member companies, Deutsche Bauchemie set up 'Committee 7 Construction Sealants'. The Expert Committee 7 cooperates closely with FEICA, as it deals with questions on the subject of sealants at a European level.

  • FEICA in the news - Auf dem Weg zur Kreislaufwirtschaft

    Farbe und Lack, the German edition of the European Coatings Journal (ECJ), publishes their interview with FEICA in the magazine's August 2019 issue.

    In the interview 'Towards a circular economy', Dimitrios Soutzoukis, Regulatory Affairs Manager at FEICA, talks about how the adhesive and sealant industry continues to innovate to become more sustainable.

  • FEICA in the news - Towards a circular economy

    European Coatings Journal (ECJ), issue 4/2019: Towards a circular economy.

    In the interview, published by ECJ, Dimitrios Soutzoukis, Regulatory Affairs Manager at FEICA, talks about how the adhesive and sealant industry continues to innovate to become more sustainable.

  • ILSI Europe Report - Packaging Materials 10: Adhesives for Food Packaging Materials

    This report, commissioned by the ILSI Europe Packaging Materials Task Force, was prepared by the FEICA Paper & Packaging TWG. It is directed to food packagers and adhesive users, as well as to other members of the supply chain and related scientific staff. It aims to provide an overview of the variety of adhesives that can be used in food packaging. In addition, the report describes the typical ingredients of the various types of adhesives and their different behaviours. Furthermore, it describes typical applications of the various adhesives, thus giving the reader assistance in choosing the right adhesive for their individual application.

    Finally, the report provides an overview of the food contact legislation relevant for food packaging adhesives, together with guidance on the evaluation of adhesives intended for food contact applications.  

    By Monika Tonniessen, October 2018 - ISBN 9789078637455 - Copyright 2018 ILSI Europe, first published on http://ilsi.eu/publication/packaging-materials-10-adhesives-for-food-packaging-applications/

    This publication may be reproduced for non-commercial (including educational) use as it is, and in its entirety, without further permission from ILSI Europe. Partial reproduction and commercial use are prohibited without ILSI Europe's prior written consent.

  • Cefic Facts & Figures 2018

    CEFIC - The 2018 Cefic European Facts & Figures provides an analysis of the latest competitive trends in the European chemical industry. The chemical industry is one of the European Union's most international, competitive and successful industries, embracing a wide field of processing and manufacturing activities.

  • DUCC issues paper on history of supporting REACH

    DUCC published a paper to highlight its activities over the last 10 years which are contributing to the implementation of some of the actions identified in the Commission report on the operation of REACH, as the result of the REACH 2017 review. (e.g. action 1 on the update of registration dossiers, action 3 on extended safety data sheets and action 12 on the interface between REACH and Occupational Safety & Health). 

    FEICA as member of the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination Group (DUCC) has contributed to the development of the paper, and more importantly, to the activities included therein regarding the REACH Regulation.