Glass Fibre Europe position paper on the REACH restriction on microplastics
Glass Fibre Europe’s proposals to enable glass fibre reinforced (GFR) composite parts reuse and recycling in the automotive sector
The European continuous filament glass fibre industry commits to achieve zero internal glass waste to landfill
Glass Fibre Europe co-signed a joint paper on cement co-processing for end-of-life composite materials
Glass Fibre Europe publishes an updated life cycle assessment of continuous filament glass fibre products
This explanatory note has been drafted to inform companies on the use of CAS-RN 65997-17-3 in the industry. It provides the information that justify the recommendation not to refer to CAS-RN 65997-17-3 “Glass, oxide, chemicals” as an adequate identifier to search for regulatory information, hazard classification or toxicological data related to CFGF.
The glass industry adopted a joint position on the European Commission proposals to reform the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) and E-PRTR.
Status of Continuous Filament Glass Fiber products under selected international chemical regulations
Continuous Filament Glass Fiber (CFGF) products meet the definition of Article in various international chemical regulations. While the wording may differ from country to country, the letter and intend of the definitions are consistent and applicable to CFGF products.
Continuous Filament Glass Fibre products meet the definition of Article in international chemical regulations
Glass Fibre Europe released a report on the status of Continuous Filament Glass Fibre (CFGF) products under selected international chemical regulations
Glass Fibre Europe adopted a position paper on the status of glass under REACH in view of the Classification of certain borates as SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern)