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 inclusion of these substances in Annex XIV.
The new ePIC tool will fully replace the European Commission tool, EDEXIM, which is currently used for operations under the Prior Informed Consent Regulation (PIC). ePIC enables exporters, importers, Member States, the European Commission, customs and ECHA to play their roles in managing the export and import of very hazardous chemicals.
The August issue of the ECHA Newsletter has been published. In this issue, we cover among other topics the 2015 Classification and Labelling deadline for mixtures, pre-submission for biocides Union authorisation, launch of the new ePIC tool and new partners service for authorisation applicants. Read also interviews about building consumer awareness on safe use of chemicals, challenges of global chemicals management and how a small company uses REACH to build brand reputation.
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