Sustainable Products: The intersect between sustainability and regulation


19 June 2024



Chemical risk

Increased regulation


14:00 (United Kingdom, London)

Chemical regulatory landscapes are evolving at a rapid pace. With multiple deadlines on the horizon, understanding the implications for organisations and translating these into actionable strategies is complex, and requires a detailed understanding of each policy, framework and directive in order for organisations to deliver to the ever-increasing list of expectations, to ensure fines, penalties and reputational damage are avoided. 

Adapting to a ‘sustainability first’ approach as soon as possible will ensure organisational resilience, compliance with new legislation, and build the transparency and trust required throughout supply chains. 

This hour-long interactive session hosted by Enhesa Chemical Watch discusses the challenges posed by the evolving regulatory landscape and how organisations can adapt early to maximise their opportunities. With three short presentations from Ricardo subject matter experts followed by a panel discussion, the audience will have the opportunity to gain insight to the anticipated regulatory changes, and how these will impact products, relationships and requirements throughout the value chain.  

Join this live and interactive webinar to learn more about:

  • Emerging concerns on chemical properties and the regulatory impact
  • Eco-design for Sustainable Products Regulation
  • EU Green Claims and implications on sustainable marketing


Chaired by a representative of Chemical Watch, this expert panel will feature:

  • Chris Hughes – Technical Director – Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology, Ricardo
  • Nigel Jones – Life Cycle Assessment Technical Area Lead, Ricardo
  • Jose Giraldo Ospina – Circular Economy Principal Consultant, Ricardo

Sustainability for the chemical sector

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