In its new policy paper, “The crucial role of the bioeconomy in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals”, the European Bioeconomy Alliance (EBA) describes the crucial role the bioeconomy plays across the three pillars of sustainable development: environmental, societal and …
Speakers from the US Biological Products Industry Alliance (BPIA), the Standardization Administration of the P.R. China (SAC), and industry, all agreed today that Europe has been a pioneer in developing biostimulants. F
The European Biostimulants Industry Council welcomed AlgaEnergy as a new member of its dynamic and rapidly growing community of companies active in Europe.
The European Biostimulants Industry Council (EBIC) welcomes todays adoption of the report of the EU Fertilizing product regulation by the plenary of the European Parliament.
A new suite of infographics are currently being created. The first one on the Plant Biostimulant Industry is now available.
The voting results of the IMCO Committee have sent a strong signal to the biostimulants’ industry promoting a single market and innovation. In contrast to other fertilising products, the biostimulant industry lacks EU wide rules for market access and product approval.
The objective of harmonized standards, under the New Legislative Framework, is to promote the free movement of goods in a single market and eliminate barriers to trade.
Implementing harmonized standards is a way to ensure that only safe and compliant products find their way to market, enabling all economic players to benefit from a level playing field.
In many families the secret recipe of a special family dish is passed from one generation to another orally to avoid the recipes or family secrets from getting out.
To understand how biostimulants work, we must consider the combination of the different ingredients, rather than trying to define them through their individual ingredients.
REACH’s principal aim is to improve the protection of human health and the environment by identifying the intrinsic properties of chemical substances through the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals.