FRONT PAGE WEBINAR template
- The webinar presents the experience of different stakeholders using the QSAR Toolbox. After a status overview given by OECD, ECHA will present how the QSAR Toolbox results are used and assessed in different REACH processes.
- The webinar broadcast will start at 11:00 EET.
- Join the live Q&A from 11:00 to 13:00 EET.
A new report shows that limited data is available on the amount of waste streams containing nanomaterials in the EU. However, despite this, existing public data on waste is highly valuable for waste managers, scientists, regulatory bodies, and potentially consumers.
Chemical recycling of plastic waste currently covers different technologies with varying potential for contributing to a circular economy, a new report finds. Following REACH registration requirements for recycled materials and finding ways to eliminate substances of concern from plastic waste streams are key to achieving non-toxic recycling.
ECHA has published advice to registrants on how to reliably combine different sources of alternative data when assessing skin sensitisation of chemicals. This reduces the need to test on animals, while protecting people from allergies. The advice is based on a recent OECD guideline.
- Applications for authorisation
- Start date: 17/11/2021
- Deadline: 12/01/2022
- Calls for comments and evidence
- Start date: 22/10/2021
- Deadline: 22/12/2021
- Start date: 23/06/2021
- Deadline: 03/01/2022
- Start date: 22/09/2021
- Deadline: 22/03/2022
- Testing proposals
- Start date: 21/10/2021
- Deadline: 07/12/2021
- Start date: 25/11/2021
- Deadline: 10/01/2022
- Other calls for comments and evidence
Other calls for comments and evidence:
- Start date: 24/11/2021
- Deadline: 31/01/2022
- Consultations on OEL proposal
- Start date: 11/10/2021
- Deadline: 10/12/2021
POPsThere are currently no ongoing consultations.
- What is SCIP? What should be done?