A Chemicals Registration Data Platform has been created within the project "Chemicals risk management in the Republic of Serbia" funded by the Swedish Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA). The project is managed by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI).View more news
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