The EU restriction proposal for intentionally-added microplastics: A focus on solid dosage form medicinal products and food supplements

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Among the European initiatives to address the growing concern of plastics in the environment, the European chemicals agency (ECHA) has prepared a restriction proposal for intentionally-added microplastics amid concerns about plastics in the environment. An introduction to the proposal and its impact on consumer products.

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