Our 20 partner organisations represent governmental institutions, research institutes and non-governmental consumer and environmental organisations. They are from 13 EU countries - big and small, located in the east and west, north and south of Europe; some of them with a long tradition in chemicals management, while others are just starting up.
Our aim was a large variety in skills among the partners, many different institutions and a large geographical coverage, including potential replication in other EU and neighbouring countries.
As Germany’s main environmental protection agency, our task is to protect man and environment.
Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland e.V. (BUND)
BUND (Friends of the Earth Germany) is a non-governmental organisation with around 585,000 members and supporters.
Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences Research group sofia
Research group sofia engages in interdisciplinary, transformative research for sustainable development.
The Danish Environmental Protection Agency
The Agency works to protect the environment in the best way possible and make a difference to people as well as nature.
VKI-The Austrian Consumer Association
Independent non-governmental organisation that provides information as well as legal aid for consumers.
Croatia's largest environmental NGO which conducted some of the most influential environmental campaigns.
Baltic Environmental Forum-Latvia
Non-governmental organisation with 15 years of experience in the field of chemical management.
Baltic Environmental Forum-Germany
We are an NGO fostering the implementation of European environmental policies around the Baltic Sea and beyond.
Portuguese environmental NGO working to promote sustainability at national and European level, through policy work and projects.
National Observatory of Athens
The oldest research centre in Greece, a pioneer in the fields of air quality, space and seismic activity monitoring.
The Danish Consumer Council
The Council informs about and tests consumer products for unwanted chemicals in order to help consumers choose safer products.
Swedish Consumers’ Association
Federation of 23 Swedish member organisations, representing consumer interests at national, regional and international level.
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Research and technology organisation in the fields of environment, materials and IT; runs the national REACH&CLP Helpdesk
Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques
The Institute for industrial environment and risks is the French competence centre for Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection.
Safer Chemicals Alternative - ALHem
Serbian NGO providing information and spreading knowledge about hazardous chemicals at all levels.
Baltic Environmental Forum-Lithuania
Nationally and internationally active environmental NGO, assembled of experienced experts and enthusiastic young professionals.