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BeST submits statement on Taxonomy Regulation

BeST has submitted its position statement to the public consultation launched by the European Commission on Sustainable Investment in the frame of the EU environmental taxonomy regulation.

BeST has highlighted the following main points:

  • The importance of adopting a risk-based approach instead of hazard

  • Understanding the link between raw materials, the durability of products and recycling opportunities

  • The important of supporting industry

BeST statement on Taxonomy - Technical screening criteria
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