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BeST Autumn Quarterly Newsletter now available

In this edition:

  • Beryllium keeps it spot on the EU Critical Raw Materials list

  • What does the UK stand to lose in REACH harmonisation with a 'No Deal' Brexit?

  • BeST holds beryllium safety webinar in German

  • European Commission adopts Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability

  • European Commission publishes the Work Programme 2021

  • Beryllium usage in automatic braking systems

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