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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of arsenic speciation:
- arsenic species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different arsenic species
- distribution and fate of arsenic species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of arsenic species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of As
- Standards, rules and legislation related to arsenic

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Legislation

CBI: Spain legislation: Wood preserved with arsenic and chromium
Spain has implemented EU legislation on wood preserved with arsenic and chromium into national law. More information about the Spanish transposition can be found in this document. For information on t...

CBI: Spain legislation: Wood preserved with arsenic and chromium
Spain has implemented EU legislation on wood preserved with arsenic and chromium into national law. More information about the Spanish transposition can be found in this document. For information on t...

CBI: Sweden legislation: Wood preserved with arsenic and chromium
Sweden has implemented EU legislation on wood preserved with arsenic and chromium into national law. More information about the Swedish transposition can be found in this document. For information on ...

CBI: The Netherlands legislation: Wood preserved with arsenic and chromium
The Netherlands has implemented EU legislation on wood preserved with arsenic and chromium into national law. More information about the Dutch transposition can be found in this document. For informat...

CBI: UK legislation: Wood preserved with arsenic and chromium
The UK has implemented EU legislation on wood preserved with arsenic and chromium into national law. More information about the UK transposition can be found in this document. For information on the h...

ChemSec: REACH SIN List
The overarching aim of this project is to ensure that REACH Authorisation procedure indeed will be an effective tool to fast-track the most urgent Substances of Very High Concern for substitution, and...

CODA-CERVA: Arsenic
CODA-CERVA is the Belgian National Reference laboratory (NRL) for the determination of trace elements in food and animal feed.     Speciation is of critical importance for arsenic compo...

ComLaw: Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code - Standard 1.4.1 - Contaminants and Natural Toxicants
PurposeThis Standard sets out the maximum levels (MLs) of specified metal and non-metal contaminants and natural toxicants in nominated foods.  As a general principle, regardless of whether or no...

Directive 2003/2/CE de la Commission du 6 janvier 2003 relative à la limitation de la mise sur le marché et de l'emploi de l'arsenic
Dixième adaptation au progrès technique de la directive 76/769/CEE du Conseil...

Fiche d'activites professionnelles - Arsenic et ses composes

Fiche d'activites professionnelles - Hydrogene arsenie

Government of British Columbia: Ministry of Environment: Water Quality Guidelines for Arsenic
Ambient Water Quality Guidelines for Arsenic Overview Report Prepared pursuant to Section 2(e) of the ...

Hazardous Substances Data Bank: Arsenic Pentoxide
ARSENIC PENTOXIDECASRN: 1303-28-2 This record contains information specific to the title compound. Users with an interest in this substance are strongly encouraged to retrieve the Arsenic Compoun...

Ireland - Food legislation
This document is intended as a guide to all interested in the area of food law in Ireland and should be read in conjunction with the appropriate legislation. It does not purport to be definitive or an...

Ireland - Legislation / Contamination of Foodstuffs
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