The Swedish Chemicals Agency has been commissioned by the government to continue work on the action plan during 2015-2020 to achieve a non-toxic everyday environment.
Amendments to EU legislation are published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJ). Links are provided here to the OJ and to information on changes to Swedish acts and ordinances, including amendments to our own Regulations (KIFS).
The European Commission, the European Chemicals Agency, ECHA, and the European Food Safety Authority, EFSA, invite interested parties to submit comments on legislative proposals through public consultation.
11/10/2015 Today, the Swedish Chemicals Agency is launching a new website. The design and structure have been revised with the aim to make the website easy to navigate on and find the right information. The website is adapted to computers, tablets and smart phones.
6/18/2015 The Swedish Chemicals Agency has drawn up an action plan for dealing with applications for the approval of pesticides more quickly. The action plan, which has been submitted to the Swedish Ministry of the Environment and Energy, includes that the Swedish Chemicals Agency will improve the information for companies.
5/26/2015 Today the Swedish Chemicals Agency is presenting a final report on the government assignment ‘Action plan for a toxic-free everyday environment 2011–2014’.