Substances listed in the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.
Chemical elements and their compounds, excluding radioactive substances, genetically modified micro-organisms, and genetically modified organisms released into the environment.
A substance that meets certain criteria and is classified as hazardous in various ways, including being carcinogenic, mutagenic, toxic to the environment, or harmful to human health. It may also negatively impact material re-use and recycling.
Chemicals that meet specific requirements outlined in the REACH regulation and have been identified as such.
Pollutant: A harmful substance, such as heat, noise, or chemicals, found in air, water, or soil that can negatively impact human health, the environment, property, or the enjoyment of the environment.
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