The EU has decided to be at the forefront of the fight against climate change and is already taking strong action.
European fertilizer manufacturers operate in a global marketplace and advocate for fair and open trade.
EU mineral fertilizer industry calls on the EU to put industry on top of the agenda and to commit to new, ambitious industrial strategy for energy intensive industries.
As the largest industry consumer of natural gas, the EU nitrogen industry’s competitiveness is mainly driven by affordable and fair gas price.
Mineral fertilizers come under the scope of REACH, the EU’s instrument for managing the risks presented by chemical substances for human health and the environment.
Directive 2010/75/EU of the European Parliament and the Council on industrial emissions (IED) is the main EU instrument regulating pollutant emissions from industrial installations.
Future agricultural policy aims at encouraging the transition towards a more sustainable agriculture.
Nitrogen is essential for life and plays a key role in food production. Fertilizer industry actively promotes good practices to improve nitrogen use in food production.
The EU fertilizer industry is leading a way towards a fully circular economy.
By providing sound evidence and expertise advice to regulators, fertilizer sector seek new solutions in controlled released fertilizers.
From summer 2022 onwards, fertilizer producers, traders and farmers will be confronted with the EU Fertilizing Products Regulation (FPR)...
The agricultural sector is responsible for ammonia emissions impacting air quality. A series of best practices can be applied to curb emissions.
Europe’s ambition to be climate neutral by 2050 presents a serious challenge for energy-intensive industries.