COCIR underlines impact of EU environmental proposalson electromed/IT industries
This article was originally published in Clinica
What are the potential adverse impacts of current environmental legislative proposals on the medtech industry? These are issues that COCIR, the EU medtech trade association, is addressing on behalf of the sector in a dedicated section on its website. This updated and redesigned section, called "Greening at COCIR", reports on the association'senvironmental activities, as well as provides documentation and an evaluation too on how developments impact the industry.
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