European Parliament rejected motion against chromium trioxide authorisation

Today the plenary session of the European Parliament has rejected the motion against the authorisation of the use of chromium trioxide submitted by the Environmental Committee of the European Parliament. This voting is of decisive importance for the further authorisation process. We can expect that the EU Commission will now move forward with the authorisation of the CTAC submission in the REACH Committee, and that the authorisation for our industry will be approved soon.