PTS conference: “Printing ink regulation must not disappear into a drawer again“

21 Mar 2019 − 

Now as before legislation is faltering when it comes to the planned ordinances on printing ink and mineral oil.

While the draft of the printing ink regulation has at least made it to Brussels through the notification procedure, this step is still missing for the mineral oil draft legislation.

As the EU Commission is, however, dealing with other priority issues at present, the ball has meanwhile bounced back into the court of the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture again.

The ministry is now dealing with the question of how to proceed further. It does not exactly seem to be a good solution to simply let the project disappear into a drawer.

This is an excerpt from a comprehensive article published in EUWID Packaging Markets 6/2019.
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