POP Free

On October 2017, the European Commission published Persistent organic pollutants: towards a POPs-free future (ref. Science for Environment Policy (2017) Persistent organic pollutants: towards a POPs-free future; Future Brief 19. Brief produced for the European Commission DG Environment. Bristol: Science Communication Unit, UWE. Available at: http://ec.europa.eu/science-environment-policy).

Importantly, tables 1 and 2 in this study present the main uses of both banned and restricted POP (Persistant Organic Polluants) in the European Union.


En octobre 2017, la Commission européenne publiait Persistent organic pollutants: towards a POPs-free future  (ref. Science for Environment Policy (2017) Persistent organic pollutants: towards a POPs-free future; Future Brief 19. Brief produced for the European Commission DG Environment. Bristol: Science Communication Unit, UWE. Available at: http://ec.europa.eu/science-environment-policy).

A  noter que les tableaux 1 and 2 de cette étude présentent les utilisations principales des POP interdites ou restreintes dans l'Union Européen.