Chemical Risk Assessment & Environmental Consultancy

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wca are an independent consultancy providing objective advice on the risk assessment of chemicals in the environment and the workplace.

  • Product Registration and Regulatory Compliance

    Product Registration and Regulatory Compliance

    wca offers a comprehensive range of product registration and regulatory compliance services for chemicals covering • REACH (and similar schemes in other parts of the world, including UK-REACH) • PBT Assessments • CLP • Endocrine Disruption Weight of Evidence Assessments • ERA for Human and Veterinary Pharmaceuticals, to EMA and FDA guidelines • Regulatory Advice and Training

  • Chemical Hazard and Risk Assessment

    Chemical Hazard and Risk Assessment

    Establishing the safe concentrations of chemicals with respect to ecological quality or human health requires a robust understanding of chemical fate, ecotoxicity and toxicology. wca has extensive experience of developing water quality standards and limit concentrations for chemicals for both ecological and human receptors. We possess in-depth knowledge on the derivation and implementation of EU WFD EQS, Canadian Water Quality Guidelines and Benchmarks, US EPA Water Quality Criteria, Australia/ New Zealand Water Quality Guidelines, Soil Screening Values and others.

  • Toxicology and Human Health Risk Assessment

    Toxicology and Human Health Risk Assessment

    wca offers a comprehensive range of toxicology services, including • Supporting the design of studies and their interpretation • Evaluations of the mode and mechanism of action of potential endocrine disrupting chemicals • Endocrine Disruption Weight of Evidence Assessments • PDE Assessments

  • Modelling Analysis

    Modelling Analysis

    Understanding the risks of chemicals to the environment and human health often requires data on “exposure” to be either directly measured or estimated using an appropriate model. We have extensive experience with a range of environmental models, including those required to • Assess the bioavailability of metals • Develop exposure assessments for substances entering the environment from various sources