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German EPA Report on the Environmental Fate of Nanomaterials for OECD Test Guidelines
The German Umweltbundesamt  (Environment Protection Agency), has released a document entitled Clarification of methodical questions regarding the investigation of nanomaterials in the environment.  This results presented in this publication were included in the OECD Test Guideline on Dispersion stability of Nanomaterials in Simulated Environmental...
Sweden requires registration of nanomaterials
The Swedish Chemical Agency (KEMI) today published their rules requiring companies to register information about nanomaterials to the Swedish Products Register. The rules enter into force on 1 January 2018, and consequently, information will need to be provided to the Products Register by February 2019, for products on the Swedish market in 2018....
German EPA publishes Report on Nanomaterial Phys-Chem Properties and Aquatic Toxicity for Grouping
The German Umweltbudesamt (Environment Protection Agency) has published a report on Considerations about the relationship of nanomaterial’s physical-chemical properties and aquatic toxicity for the purpose of grouping. The publication presents an analysis of the physical-chemical properties of fourteen different subtypes of nanoscale silver, zinc...