is the formaldehyde sector group of the European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) representing key European producers of formaldehyde, aminoplast glues and polyols.

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  • 31 May 2022
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    Formacare press release on the restriction on formaldehyde and formaldehyde releasers in articles
    Formacare calls for a restriction that ensures the highest level of consumer safety while preserving the European Single Market for products using formaldehyde. Formacare, a sector group of Cefic, takes note of the draft...
  • 4 May 2022
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    Tackling antimicrobial resistance with formaldehyde: A potential solution to treatment of urinary tract infections
    Antimicrobial resistance has been increasingly identified as a growing societal and global concern. The main cause is linked to the increased use of antibiotics. How can we balance the approach between these medical solutions...
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    9 December 2021
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    Formacare closes 2021 with the launch of a revamped newsletter
    2019 was the start of a new era, with the launch of the EU Green Deal. Since then the European Commission has followed suit by publishing its Circular Economy Action Plan and Climate Strategy....
  • Membership
    24 November 2021
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    Industry Statements
    Formacare welcomes Egger as new member
    Brussels, 24 November 2021 - The General Assembly of Formacare has formally approved the membership of EGGER to the sector group. The support from the group was unanimous. Lars Eric Johansson, Chairman of Formacare: "We...
  • 13 February 2020
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    Formacare Voluntary Agreement :Results of the 2019 Campaign are now available
    Formacare Voluntary Agreement :Results of the 2019 Campaign are now available : The first full results from the Formacare Voluntary Agreement ...

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