EFSA authorized PET recycling processes based on the STARLINGER IV+ technology and the “RPET Nosinyec process”
EFSA publishes report on Low Dose Colloquium in June
On the 7 and 8 November scientists meet to debate latest developments in the methods of risk assessment in the area of food contact materials
EFSA met experts from member states to listen to recent scientific work on the risk assessment of Bisphenol A in the areas of human exposures, BPA levels in food, analytical methods and toxicity
EFSA publishes opinion to authorize polypropylene crate recycling process “INTERSEROH Step 1” for use as food contact material.
On the 29 and 30 October EFSA will meet national experts to discuss information on previous and ongoing work on the safety assessment of bisphenol A
EFSA opinion approves VACUREMA Prime® technology based PET recycling processes for food contact materials
EFSA approved the use of materials derived from four types of recycling processes of PET bottles in food contact materials intended for long term storage.
NGOs send letter to EU Commissioners concerning the recent announcement by EFSA for another scientific opinion on endocrine disrupting chemicals. EFSA plans to publish the opinion in March 2013.
EFSA will report on human health and environmental risks from endocrine disruptors in the food chain
In an opinion published in June EFSA concludes that there might be a need of reconsideration of Acceptable Daily Intakes (ADIs) of some Mineral Oil ‘saturated’ Hydrocarbons (MOSHs)