Harmonised classification and labelling previous consultations
Several public consultations on the proposed harmonised classifications and labelling for a number of substances have already taken place and have now been closed. These substances are listed in the table below together with the CLH proposals. Starting from the public consultation launched on the 18 December 2012, ECHA began to publish the comments received during the consultation phase. ECHA will publish comments for previous public consultations on its website, starting with the most recent ones.
After finalising the consultation; the proposals, together with the comments received, will be discussed by ECHA's Risk Assessment Committee, which will issue a scientific opinion on the proposal.
All documentation will be submitted to the European Commission which in the end will decide on the classification. Any new classifications will be included in the list of harmonised classifications (Annex VI to the CLP Regulation) and will also be published on ECHA's website.
|Substance Name||EC Number||CAS Number||Deadline for commenting|
|E-glass fibres of representative composition; [Calcium-aluminium-silicate fibres with random orientation with the following representative composition (% given by weight): SiO2 50.0-56.0%, Al2O3 13.0-16.0%, B2O3 5.8-10.0%, Na2O <0.6%, K2O <0.4%, CaO 15.0-24.0%, MgO <5.5%, Fe2O3 <0.5%, F2 <1.0% with note R. Process: typically produced by flame attenuation and rotary process. (Additional individual elements may be present at low levels; the process list does not preclude innovation).]||-||-||22/04/2014|
|glass fibres of representative composition; [Calcium-aluminium-silicate fibres with random orientation with the following composition (% given by weight): SiO2 55.0-60.0%, Al2O3 4.0-7.0%, B2O3 8.0-11.0%, ZrO2 0.0-4.0%, Na2O 9.5-13.5%, K2O 0.0-4.0%, CaO 1.0-5.0%, MgO 0.0-2.0%, Fe2O3 <0.2%, ZnO 2.0-5.0%, BaO 3.0-6.0%, F2 <1.0% with note R. Process: typically produced by flame attenuation and rotary process. (Additional individual elements may be present at low levels; the process list does not preclude innovation).]||-||-||22/04/2014|
|chloralose (INN); (R)-1,2-O-(2,2,2-trichloroethylidene)-α-D-glucofuranose; glucochloralose; anhydroglucochloral||240-016-7||15879-93-3||28/03/2014|
|copper(II) carbonate-copper(II) hydroxide (1:1)||235-113-6||12069-69-1||03/02/2014|
|dicopper oxide; copper (I) oxide||215-270-7||1317-39-1||03/02/2014|
|dicopper chloride trihydroxide||215-572-9||1332-65-6||03/02/2014|
Tetracopper hexahydroxide sulphate  |
Tetracopper hexahydroxide sulphate hydrate 
|215-582-3||1333-22-8  12527-76-3 ||03/02/2014|
|copper sulphate pentahydrate||231-847-6||7758-99-8||03/02/2014|
|copper (II) oxide||215-269-1||1317-38-0||03/02/2014|
|copper flakes (coated with aliphatic acid)||231-159-6||7440-50-8||03/02/2014|
Bordeaux mixture; |
Reaction products of copper sulphate with calcium dihydroxide
|copper dihydroxide; copper (II) hydroxide||243-815-9||20427-59-2||03/02/2014|
|Reaction mass of bis(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-1-octyloxypiperidin-4-yl)-1,10-decanedioate and 1,8-bis[(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-((2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-1-octyloxypiperidin-4-yl)-decan-1,10-dioyl)piperidin-1-yl)oxy]octane||406-750-9||-||27/01/2014|
|perfluorononan-1-oic acid and its salts||206-801-3||
methyl iodide; |