Seas At Risk, together with 50 NGOs led by the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and ClientEarth, called on the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen to support the SCIP database, the EU database of most hazardous chemicals, against industry lobbying. The database, an important tool to keep track of substances of concern in consumer products, has been targeted by companies demanding to weaken and delay its development. In their letter, the NGOs call on the President to resist industry pressures and fulfil the legal obligation to create the SCIP database under the Waste Framework Directive.

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