Belgium-Brussels: Contaminants in fertilisers: Assessment of the Risks from their Presence and of the Socio-economic Impacts of a Possible Restriction under Reach
Section I: Contracting authority
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Section II: Object
Contaminants in fertilisers: Assessment of the Risks from their Presence and of the Socio-economic Impacts of a Possible Restriction under Reach
There are 3 separated but interlinked tasks:
— to assess the presence of contaminants in fertilisers and to produce pre-regulatory Management Option Analysis (pre-RMOA) and a pre-Annex XV dossier,
— to screen the data available in registration dossiers and in literature,
— to assess the challenges of an analysis of alternatives for fertilisers.
Contaminants in fertilisers: assessment of the risks from their presence and of the socio-economic impacts of a possible restriction under REACH.
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Section IV: Procedure
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Section VI: Complementary information
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