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  • Joint Industry statement on Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR) Single Market Legal Basis.pdf

    Uploaded April 17, 2023

    Safeguarding the Internal Market Legal Basis of the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR) to obtain best possible outcomes

    The joint paper, co-signed by FEICA, expresses concern about the potential erosion or split of the regulation’s legal basis as part of the co-decision process.

    Publication ref.: COS-EX-M04-014

    #paper&packaging #foodcontact


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  • FEICA Webinar: Adhesives in Paper and Board Recycling.pdf

    Uploaded March 30, 2023

    FEICA Webinar Presentation - 30 March 2023

    During this webinar, titled ‘Adhesives in the context of paper and board recycling - state of play’, we discussed adhesive technologies, their chemistry and the steps adhesives take through the paper mill and repulping process. Our speakers also highlighted some points of importance regarding testing and evaluation methods to encourage both cooperation within the supply chain and future discussions with stakeholders.

    The webinar recording is also available via this link.

    #paper&packaging #events


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  • FEICA Opens Registration for 2023 European Adhesive & Sealant Conference and EXPO.pdf

    Uploaded March 28, 2023

    FEICA in the news: ASI (Adhesives & Sealants Industry Magazine) publishes write-up 'FEICA Opens Registration for 2023 European Adhesive & Sealant Conference and EXPO' online (March 2023).

    #FEICA2023 #events #press


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  • Mass Balance Value Chain paper - March 2023.pdf

    Uploaded March 27, 2023

    Mass Ballance Approach - 31 European associations urge the EU to adopt rules to calculate chemically recycled content in plastics

    31 associations, including FEICA and representing major market sectors, have issued a joint letter calling on the European Commission and Member States to adopt EU harmonised calculating rules for recycled content, by means of mass balance. 

    Please see the position paper that we supported as FEICA.

    Publication ref.: COS-EX-M03-013

    #sustainabledevelopment


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  • FEICA CONNECT 51 | March 2023.pdf

    Uploaded March 22, 2023

    FEICA CONNECT - Issue 51 (March 2023)

    CONNECT is the quarterly newsletter for FEICA members and stakeholders of the adhesive and sealant industry.

    IN THIS ISSUE:

    - The 2023 European Adhesive & Sealant Conference and EXPO

    - Webinar: 'Adhesives in the context of paper and board recycling' coming soon

    - FEICA Position on Polymers Requiring Registration (PRR)

    - FEICA position on the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation

    - FEICA publishes proposal regarding the extension of the Generic approach to risk management (GRA)

    - FEICA is new chair of DUCC

    - Analysis of the introduction of a Mixture Assessment Factor (MAF)

    - Adhesives and sealants’ unique properties in electronics and disassembly functions

    - FEICA publishes its position on the revision of the CLP Regulation

    - FEICA publishes more Good Practice Stories

    - New FEICA member

    - AIA 2023: deadline fast approaching 

    Publication ref.: FNL-EX-M03-012

    #Press #CONNECT


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  • FEICA position on the CLP Revision.pdf

    Uploaded March 21, 2023

    FEICA position on the CLP Revision

    The European Commission has adopted a proposal to revise the Classification, Labelling, and Packaging (CLP) Regulation, confirming the ambitions laid out in the proposal’s inception impact assessment by including provisions aiming at better identifying and classifying hazardous chemicals, and improving communication on chemical hazards, including that by online suppliers.


    Revising the CLP means changing the foundation of one of the most comprehensive pieces of hazard communication legislation in the world, and it is important to consider sectorial implications. Please see FEICA's comments on certain points of the revision in this FEICA Position Paper on the CLP Revision.

    #CLP #classification&labelling

    Publication ref.: POP-EX-M03-011


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  • FEICA positions on Polymers Requiring Registration.pdf

    Uploaded March 21, 2023

    FEICA Positions on Polymers Requiring Registration (PRR)

    As part of the ambitions outlined in the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability (CSS), the European Commission is working on a proposal to register polymers under REACH.


    FEICA supports a regulatory framework for the registration of polymers under REACH that places equal weight on the protection of human health and the environment, and the competitiveness and innovation of the European Industry. To achieve this goal, FEICA considers it important that some points are taken into account, which it has outlined in this FEICA Position Paper on PRR.

    #REACH #PRR

    Publication ref.: POP-EX-M03-010


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  • Adhesives and sealants unique properties in electronics and disassembly functions.pdf

    Uploaded February 28, 2023

    Adhesives and sealants’ unique properties in electronics and disassembly functions

    FEICA actively supports efforts to improve product efficiency and circularity to help create a more sustainable society. This FEICA Position paper discusses adhesives and sealants’ unique properties in the electronics sector and how adhesives and sealants enable electronics reusability, repairability and recyclability.

    #sustainabledevelopment #circulareconomy

    Publication ref.: POP-EX-M01-008


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  • FEICA Use Map packages: History of changes 2023.pdf

    Uploaded February 20, 2023

    FEICA Use Map packages: History of changes 2023

    This document compiles the changes done to the different elements (building blocks) of the FEICA’s Use Map package.

    Publication ref.: RAM-EX-H04-024

    #exposurescenarios


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  • Cornerstones for the new EU Construction Products Regulation.pdf

    Uploaded February 17, 2023

    Cornerstones for the new EU Construction Products Regulation - Impetus for the ongoing discussion process

    FEICA and Deutsche Bauchemie position paper that covers ongoing developments in the Construction Products Regulation (CPR). FEICA NAMs can also use this document when approaching relevant stakeholders in the EU Council.

    #construction 

    Publication ref.: POP-EX-M01-005


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