The PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. Attains ECHA Accredited Stakeholder Status

October 2013

The PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. combines the scientific expertise of PETA U.S. and its international affiliates to promote, fund, and implement non-animal research methods at the national and international levels. The Science Consortium has been accepted as an accredited stakeholder at the European Chemicals Agency, which oversees the largest chemical testing program in the world, REACH. The impact of this is tremendous, as it means that the Science Consortium can intervene in critical European animal testing cases.

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