As it continues to tighten worldwide, chemical legislation is restricting more and more the room for manoeuvre available to companies
With all of the focus being on the environmental tolerance of chemical substances and processes, the economic and social aspects sometimes take a back seat. Under the premise of the general public interest, decisions are often made that thwart the ambitions of individual players.
In response to this conflict, companies often strive to assert their interests against institutional decision-makers. In the hope of increasing their influence, they join together in many cases to form interest groups.
We offer you expert support in all areas for the representation of your interests.
We offer the following services:
- Consolidation of the results of social, economic and technological studies
- Compilation of dossiers for authorisation and restriction procedures
- Development of positions for interest groups
- Organisation of the technical content of campaigns