The European Commission reviews the regulations on nanomaterials to improve safety

The European Commission embarks on a second review of the regulations on nanomaterials, a project which will include the communal plans to improve legislation on safety in the workplace, and the production and consumption of nanotechnological products.

The review of the regulations highlights the great diversity in existing nanomaterials, including products of daily use which have been used for decades without problems (for example, tyres or antifreeze used in the agrofood industry), as well as sophisticated industrial materials and cancer therapies.

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