Founded 1 Jan 1988, by merger of U-XE0340 - Common Market Committee of the Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers Industry, H-XD0575 - European Nitrogen Producers' Association and U-XD2972 - Nitrogen Study Centre. Original title: European Fertilizer Manufacturers Association (EFMA). Current title adopted 2010.
Promote, safeguard and represent the common and general interest of members; study and attempt to solve any problems connected with the production, use and application of fertilizers which may affect health, safety or the environment and improve products in this respect; study and attempt to solve problems of legitimate interest to the European fertilizer industry; cooperation with international and industry organizations; act, in particular, as the European fertilizer manufacturing industry's spokesperson in all matters of public interest and general concern.
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General Assembly (annual); Board; Standing Committees (3); Working Groups; Task Forces; Director General heads Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium), assisted by Issue Managers and other staff.
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