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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 ...


BASF and Gazprom sign asset swap agreement


In Moscow, BASF and Gazprom signed the final agreement to swap assets of equivalent value. Through the swap, the BASF subsidiary Wintershall will further expand its production of oil and gas and exit the gas trading and storage business. The completion of the transaction is expected to take place ...


ECHA updates the Candidate List for authorisation with seven new substances of very high concern (SVHCs)

The Candidate List now contains 151 substances


Seven new SVHCs were added to the Candidate List following either unanimous agreement by the Member State Committee (MSC) or without the involvement of the MSC where no comments challenging the identification as SVHC were received by the Agency. The new entries are listed below. Cadmium sulphide ...


First MSC agreements on substance evaluation

The Member State Committee (MSC) agreed that ECHA should request further information on six substances. This is the first batch of substance evaluations agreed by the MSC.


The MSC agreed that ECHA should request more information on six substances because the currently available information is insufficient to enable an assessment on the risks that they pose to human health and/or the environment. These particular six substances listed in the Community Rolling Action ...


Registration numbers granted to 9 030 REACH 2013 registrations


Registration numbers have been granted to 9030 dossiers that were submitted by the second REACH registration deadline on 31 May 2013. This corresponds to 2998 more substances being registered under REACH. ECHA is publishing the non-confidential information from these dossiers on its ...


Final report of the second REACH enforcement project published


The second enforcement project initiated by ECHA's Enforcement Forum focused on REACH and CLP obligations of downstream users. Of a total of 1 181 companies inspected, 67% did not comply with one or more provisions of these legislations. The ECHA Forum's second enforcement project (REF-2) focused ...


New biocidal products regulation


From 1 September onwards, industry can apply for the approval of an active biocidal substance as well as authorisation for a biocidal product containing an approved active substance through ECHA. The regulation introduces new ways to authorise the biocidal products. In addition to applying for ...


Harmonised classification and labelling on bisphenol A


France has submitted a proposal to amend the current harmonised classification and labelling of bisphenol A from reproductive toxicity category 2 (hazard statement code H361f) to reproductive toxicity Category 1B (hazard statement code H360F). The CLH proposal is focused on the adverse effects on ...


Guidance on applications for technical equivalence concerning biocides


The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has published a new Guidance on applications for technical equivalence. This guidance document is intended to inform potential applicants about how and when they need to apply for an assessment of technical equivalence of an active substance and on the ...


The Board of Appeal annuls an ECHA decision


Following a compliance check under the dossier evaluation procedure, ECHA issued a final decision requiring the Appellant to conduct tests to satisfy certain information requirements and to submit a robust study summary for a test already conducted. During the course of the decision-making ...


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