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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 ...


ECHA: New public consultation launched on 10 potential SVHCs


ECHA has published new proposals to identify a further 10 chemicals as substances of very high concern (SVHCs). Several of the proposals in the current consultation are based on more than one SVHC property. For the first time, substances are proposed to be identified as SVHCs based on their ...


New information from REACH registrations extends the SIN List


The SIN List has been updated to version 2.1, adding additional chemicals to the list of Substances of Very High Concern identified by ChemSec. The new additions are mainly substances that are carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction, and that should be regulated in the EU. Registration ...


Public consultations now open on CLH proposals for three active substances in plant protection products and lead

ECHA is seeking comments for carvone, metaldehyde and dimethenamid-P.


The 45-day public consultation will end on 7 December. The relevant information can be found in the CLH dossiers providing the identity of the substance and the proposed classification, a scientific justification and the reason why an action is needed at EU level. Comments can be submitted by ...


Nanomaterials under REACH and CLP


Nanotechnology is rapidly expanding and is being used in various areas, such as health care, consumer products like cosmetics, electronics, energy technologies, food, and agriculture. It is therefore not surprising that many products containing engineered nanoparticles are already available on ...


ECHA Press Release: New public consultation on a CLH proposal for a pesticide


ECHA invites the parties concerned to comment on a new proposal for harmonised classification and labelling (CLH) for spirotetramat, a pesticide widely used in agriculture. The public consultation opens for 45 days and will end on 9 November 2012. The CLH report and the dedicated webform to post ...


New Biocides Regulation enters into force


The Biocidal Products Regulation adopted by the Council and Parliament in the spring entered into force on 17 July. The regulatory requirements for industry will apply from 1 September 2013 and ECHA is preparing to start the new regulatory processes by that date. ECHA is already preparing for the ...


ECHA publishes the first report on the CMR substances registered or notified after the 2010 registration deadline


The report "CMR substances from Annex VI of the CLP Regulation which are registered under REACH and/or notified under CLP", published by ECHA, is a screening of the information available at the Agency in April 2012. It also presents the first opportunity to take a look at the CMR - carcinogenic, ...


ECHA: REACH and CLP Regulations are working well


ECHA has published two unique reports – one on the operation of REACH and CLP and one on the use of alternatives to testing chemicals on vertebrate animals. These reports are legal requirements of the REACH Regulation. Report on REACH and CLP The overarching message of the report is that the ...


ECHA releases a web portal for REACH and CLP inspectors


The new REACH Information Portal for Enforcement (RIPE) provides online access for inspectors to key information submitted by companies to ECHA and facilitates more effective enforcement in the EU.ECHA has passed another milestone in the implementation of REACH and CLP by making the data it holds ...


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