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New EU regulation could cost companies €500m

Anew EU regulation on the use of chemicals could cost Irish companies €500 million and lead to shortages of certain products, according to two chemists who have set up a business to help firms meet the regulation.

2nd June, 2007

Anew EU regulation on the use of chemicals could cost Irish companies €500 million and lead to shortages of certain products, according to two chemists who have set up a business to help firms meet the regulation.

John Hayes and Kevin Hoban both worked for technology firm Hewlett-Packard - where they were involved in initiatives including recycling waste - before setting up H2 Compliance last year. They claimH2 is the only firm specifically addressing the...

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