Consultation on the draft opinion of the Committee of Socio-economic Analysis (SEAC)


Lead and its compounds

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Placing on the market and use of lead in projectiles (for firearms and airguns), and in fishing sinkers and lures for outdoor activities. Outdoor activities include hunting, sports shooting, other outdoor shooting and fishing. Military uses of lead projectiles, along with other uses such as by police, security and customs forces, are outside the scope of the restriction proposal. Indoor uses of lead projectiles are also excluded from the scope of the restriction proposal.

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