EC Report on Intentionally Added Microplastics published

Posts tagged ‘environmental consultancy’

EC Report on Intentionally Added Microplastics published

February 12th, 2018

Peter Fisk Associates Limited was part of a team with Amec Foster Wheeler (now Wood plc), Environment Agency Austria, and Burges Salmon, that worked on a project to define and assess the environmental risks of intentionally added microplastics, for the European Commission.  The resulting... read more »

Does your exposure assessment leave you exposed?

May 31st, 2017

In REACH dossier and substance evaluations, the authorities are focussing increasingly on exposure scenarios. Registrants are already receiving demands for additional information on exposure and risk reduction measures. This is expected to increase in future! Both human and environmental exposure are under scrutiny. Any parameters... read more »

PFA Team

November 17th, 2012

With over twenty members of staff, PFA has a focused team of experienced chemists, toxicologists and ecotoxicologists, with ready access to other experts in a wide range of disciplines. We bring together a team that has:chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology and ecotoxicology expertise of very high... read more »

Who We Are

November 17th, 2012

Click here to visit the websites of the other PFA Group businesses. Peter Fisk Associates brings together a diverse team, that has outstanding expertise in chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology and ecotoxicology, to form a field-leading team of chemicals assessment experts. Our team members have experience in... read more »

Welcome to Peter Fisk Associates – Environmental and Toxicology Consultancy

November 17th, 2012

Peter Fisk Associates delivers expert environmental and toxicology consultancy on the assessment and management of the hazards and risks of industrial chemicals. Working with regulatory bodies as well as industry, we offer a range of high-quality and cost-effective services. These include REACH consultancy, environmental consultancy, preparation... read more »