December 3 2020 the webinar PTFE in bike chain lubricating oils – essential use or future ban? was arranged by the Swedish Centre for Chemical Substitution and the project POPFREE at RISE. The aim of the webinar was to gather the supply chain, raise the level of knowledge about PTFE and PFAS chemicals and inspire to substitution of these chemicals in lubrication oils. See the webinar and download the presentations here.
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Below you can see all parts of the webinar and download the presentations in PDF format.
Lisa Skedung, RISE, welcomes to this webinar named PTFE in bike chain lubricating oils – essential use or future ban?
Tonie Wickman and Lisa Skedung at RISE tell about RISE, the Swedish Centre for Chemical Substitution, the POPFREE project and about PFAS, their concerns and PFAS-free alternatives.
Ian T. Cousins, Stockholm University, tells us about PTFE from a life cycle perspective.
Jenny Ivarsson from the Swedish Chemicals Agency talks about regulations regarding PFAS.
Jonatan Kleimark, ChemSec, talks about PFAS, PFAS-free alternatives and how to find them with ChemSec tools: SIN List and Marketplace.
Tonie Wickman, the Swedish Centre of Chemical Substitution at RISE tells us about how to work with informed substitution of PTFE and PFAS.
Lisa Skedung, RISE, concludes the webinar and summarizes today's most important messages.
The last question for the participants in the webinar was "What do you take home from today´s webinar?"