The new chemicals policy of the eu and its environmental implications on EU and Turkey

Bacakoğlu, Zeliha
This thesis aims at analysing the REACH Regulation which constitutes the backbone of the New Chemicals Policy of the EU in the context of the environmental framework. Related to that aim, basic instruments of the Regulation are considered in order to clarify what kind of health and environmental benefits to be obtained with them. Secondly, the EU-Turkey relations is examined with its twofold nature under the Customs Union and candidacy process by seeking an answer to the question of possible legislative and economic impact of REACH Regulation on Turkey.  


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Z. Bacakoğlu, “The new chemicals policy of the eu and its environmental implications on EU and Turkey,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2016.