Žiadosti o autorizáciu
The placing on the market and use of Substances of Very High Concern included in the Authorisation List requires an authorisation. A manufacturer, an importer or a downstream user can apply for an authorisation. Applications for authorisation are submitted to ECHA. At the end of the authorisation process, which includes a public consultation and the development of opinions by ECHA's Committees on Risk Assessment and Socio-economic Analysis, the European Commission decides on the granting or refusing of authorisations.
The number of received notifications of intentions to submit an application, held pre-submission information sessions and submitted applications are given below. The names of substance(s) will be made public once the application has been submitted.
|Received notifications to submit||Pre-submission information sessions held||Submitted applications||Names of substances of submitted applications|
*) Situation as of 25 April 2013
The public consultation on alternatives will start after the applicant has paid the invoice.
The application for authorisation process includes a period of public consultation. It lasts for eight weeks.
Anyone can provide information on alternative substances or technologies for the uses of Annex XIV substances included in applications for authorisation. Those most likely to be interested are companies, organisations representing industry or civil society, individual citizens, as well as public authorities.
The following documents describe the public consultation process:
|Public consultation on alternatives||Presentation describing the public consultation process and the applicant's role in this process.|| Download |
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|Submission of information on alternatives||Instructions of how interested third parties can submit information for the public consultation on alternatives for applications for authorisation.||Download|
Provide your comments
In order to facilitate the work of ECHA's Committees in reviewing the comments received, you are kindly invited to provide your comments in English preferably. By clicking on a link in the table below, you will get access to the full broad information on the use applied for, and to the related commenting form.
Comments are welcomed from the EU or beyond.
There are currently no ongoing consultations