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ECHA is prioritising CMR substances for risk management


ECHA's new CMR report shows that companies are adhering well to the harmonised classification of substances which have carcinogenic, mutagenic or reprotoxic properties (CMRs). The report furthermore identifies over a thousand CMR substances that potentially merit further regulatory action such as ...


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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 ...


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 ...


New EU Regulation for export and import of hazardous chemicals enters into operation


PIC regulates the import and export of very hazardous chemicals between the European Union and third countries, and implements the global Rotterdam Convention within the EU. Export of these chemicals cannot take place until the receiving country has been informed. In some cases, an ‘explicit ...


Recommendations on best practice for interaction during substance evaluation


The document published today presents recommendations for best practice to aid open and efficient interaction between the evaluating Member States (eMSCAs) and the registrants. The eMSCAs are recommended to make contact with the concerned registrants shortly after publication of the CoRAP for the ...


Implementation of the SVHC Roadmap on ECHA's website


The SVHC Roadmap 2020 focuses on finding new potentially relevant substances of very high concern (SVHC) with CMR, sensitising, PBT/vPvB and/or endocrine disrupting properties. The best regulatory risk management option should then be identified to manage their risks, using either REACH or CLP ...


New CLH public consultation launched on hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene carboxaldehyde and bupirimate


Hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene carboxaldehyde is a multi-constituent substance which is widely used in the manufacture of various consumer products, such as cleaning products and detergents, cosmetics, scented products and room fresheners. The submitting Member State, Sweden, proposes ...


Croatian accession to the European Union brings new duties for companies


Croatian companies should pay particular attention to pre-registering chemical substances. Croatian companies manufacturing or importing substances in quantities of more than one tonne per year need to pre-register them with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) by 1 January 2014. Companies will ...


ECHA publishes its first five-year strategic plan for public consultation


ECHA's new Multi-Annual Work Programme (MAWP) 2014-2018 is ECHA's first five-year strategic plan built around four strategic objectives that set out a high level, aspirational approach to achieving a broad and long-term perspective on the safe use of chemicals in Europe. The key drivers ...


New CLH public consultations launched on 11 proposals


The CLH proposals for the eight anticoagulants have been submitted by eight different Member State competent authorities and concern the following substances: chlorophacinone, difenacoum, warfarin, difethialone, bromadiolone, coumatetralyl, brodifacoum and flocoumafen. These anticoagulants are ...


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