Industry told to have role in European environmental legislation
This article was originally published in Clinica
The medical devices industry needs to adopt a more active role in educating European regulators who draft environmental legislation. Environmental legislators often know little about medical devices and the resulting rules could be inappropriate for the devices industry, Richard Moore, director of standardisation and environmental issues at the European industry association, EUCOMED, believes.
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