The EU Commission plans to further restrict exports, imports and the manufacture of mercury-added products. This has so far been governed by the EU Mercury Regulation (EU) 2017/852. Annex II of the Regulation contains a list of products that are already subject to a ban. This list is to be extended until January 1, 2026. Affected manufacturers or importers should make an effort to source alternative products at an early stage.
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