REACH is one of the most complex and far-reaching chemical management regulations ever adopted. It applies to all chemical substances and defines obligations for all manufacturers, importers and downstream users of chemicals. The objectives of REACH are compatible with the industry’s commitment to Responsible Care and increasing public access to information on chemicals. Two regimes are now co-existing in Europe: EU REACH applies to the 27 EU Member States and in the 3 countries participating in the EEA (European Economic Area - Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) while UK REACH applies in Great Britain.
The European Union Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT) provides a market abuse framework for wholesale energy markets and, amongst other things, requires market participants to publically disclose inside information that they and their parent and related undertakings possess in relation to facilities and businesses that they or their affiliates own, operate or control, partly or wholly.
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