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REACH Evaluation Report 2013

Results and recommendations from dossier evaluation


The annual evaluation report covers the Agency's evaluation activities and the corresponding output. In 2013, the focus of dossier evaluation activities was on compliance checks: 928 checks were concluded during the year. Altogether, ECHA has checked 1 130 dossiers, thereby exceeding the 5 % ...


The importance of fully justifying read-across proposals


The Board of Appeal decided that for a read-across adaptation to be assessed and potentially accepted by the Agency, registrants have to show with clear reasoning and supporting data that the substances involved are structurally similar and are likely to have similar properties (or follow a ...


ECHA proposes a new batch of SVHCs for authorisation


ECHA has recommended a new batch of substances for authorisation to the European Commission. Four of them have hazardous properties for human health being classified as carcinogenic, toxic for reproduction or respiratory sensitisers. The fifth entry comprises an SVHC which has effects to the ...


Restriction of carcinogenic PAHs in consumer products

The European Commission implements the German proposal


On 7 December 2013, the European Commission implemented the restriction of carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in consumer products, initiated by Germany, as a binding legal standard. According to Regulation (EU) 1272/2013, consumer products shall not be placed on the market ...


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 ...


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 ...


Authorisation to use a substance of very high concern


The application, from Rolls-Royce plc., is for specific uses of DEHP (Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate) within the manufacture of aero engines. This is the first application for authorisation to use an SVHC to be processed by ECHA. Industry can apply for authorisation to use an SVHC listed on the REACH ...


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


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