During the implementation of FitForREACH, project experts have worked on close to 90 cases from Baltic States.
The impending Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability is fundamental to the EU’s ambition of addressing the disperse sources of pollution.
Epokate PLC, a small manufacturer operating near Tartu, Estonia) started the production of epoxy floor components in 2005 and today's production volumes has reached ca 120 tons per year.
Nowadays, hazardous substances such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are still being used and released in steel plate priming processes. These releases might have severe negative impacts on the environment.
Marijampolės pieno konservai UAB started to operate in 1977. Since 2001 it became a private company.
Mayeri Industries is one of the largest manufacturer of washing and cleaning products In the Baltic States.
The jewellery company “Varva” participated in the “LIFE Fit for REACH” project. In addition to classic jewellery, the jeweller of this company also produces jewellery from epoxy resin.
Companies in the construction industry often do not pay attention to the composition of chemicals in construction materials. Until now, Eksterm has also used roofing waterproofing materials that contain volatile organic compounds.