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SKANSKA endorses publication of data base of chemical substances of 'very high concern' with hopes to improve construction projects

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Here is a message received from Noel Morrin, Senior Vice President - Sustainability at SKANSKA; published verbatim with permission: "For the first time, the Substitute It Now (SIN) Producer list is publicly available following legal clearance.

This additional information supports the ChemSec SIN-list, a database of more than 600 Substances of Very High Concern. Skanska welcomes this latest transparency move by ChemSec as it helps us to improve the future proofing of our construction projects."ChemSec press releaseSubstitute It Now database

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