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Clariant achieves Cosmetics GMP certification for all dedicated sites


Clariant has successfully completed global ISO22716 and EFfci Cosmetics Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification for all 22 of its dedicated cosmetics ingredients sites, including core-toll manufacturers. The achievement supports its commitment to offer globally-consistent products and ...


REACH: Restrictions are focus of new enforcement project


At their recent plenary meeting the Forum for Exchange of Information on Enforcement decided that its next major project will focus on enforcing REACH Annex XVII restrictions. The scope and individual restrictions to be covered will be confirmed in early 2015. Inspections will then take place ...


ECHA's proposal to add new substances to the Authorisation List is now in public consultation


ECHA has launched a public consultation on its draft recommendation of new substances to be included in the Authorisation List. Comments can be submitted by 30 November 2014. In parallel, ECHA facilitates a call by the European Commission on the possible socio-economic consequences of the ...


Non-EU companies to be indicated in the list of biocidal active substances and suppliers


ECHA and the Commission have agreed to publish the company names of non-EU entities together with their EU-representatives in the Article 95 list of the Biocidal Products Regulation. While preparing the publication of the first EU list of biocidal active substances and suppliers, namely the ...


Sterigenics receives ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation


Sterigenics International LLC announced that it has received ISO/IEC 17025:2005 food and chemistry accreditation in Mexico.“We are pleased to receive this accreditation,” said Philip Macnabb, President and COO of Sterigenics International LLC. “Mexico is a key Sterigenics region with Gamma ...


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CLP Regulation: the clock is ticking


Manufacturers and importers of chemical products have less than one year to implement the requirements of the new CLP Regulation.The transition period for implementing the new classification and labelling of chemical products will expire on 1 June 2015. The new rules will also impact ...


Cadmium chloride, a phthalate and two boron substances as new SVHCs

The European Chemicals Agency has added four substances to the Candidate List


The European Chemicals Agency has added cadmium chloride, a phthalate and two boron substances to the Candidate List, which now contains 155 substances. Cadmium chloride is a carcinogenic, mutagenic, toxic for reproduction (CMR) substance and is also identified as being of an equivalent concern ...


ECHA publishes three Transitional Guidance documents concerning biocides


The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has published three Transitional Guidance documents for the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR): Efficacy Assessment for Product Type 21 Antifouling Products Efficacy Assessment for Preservatives Mixture toxicity assessment for biocidal products for the ...


End of the CLP transitional period


The transition regulation that allows hazardous substances to be classified and labelled according to the old EU preparations directive remains valid for only another twelve months. For importers and formulators of chemical products such as cleaners, adhesives, paints and lubricants, it is now ...


Target met for 5% compliance checks of the 2010 registration dossiers


By 1 December 2010, the industry registered the substances manufactured or imported in quantities of more than 1 000 tonnes per year and also the most hazardous substances (carcinogenic, mutagenic, toxic to reproduction; persistent, bioaccumulative, toxic and very persistent and very ...


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