- A specific revision of the REACH information requirements for nanomaterials has now been adopted by the European Commission. The amendments clarify what information companies placing substances in nanoform on the market need to provide in their registration dossiers. The new rules apply as of 1 January 2020.
- The Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) concludes on 19 opinions on harmonised classification and labelling. The Committee for Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAC) adopts its final opinion, supporting the proposal to restrict the manufacturing, use, placing on the market and import of C9-C14 perfluorinated carboxylic acids (PFCAs), their salts and precursors.
- There is now more information available for biocidal products and active substances in ECHA’s public database. You can search with a product’s trade name to find out where in the EU or EEA it is authorised, what its main ingredients are and how to use it safely. You can also compare products to find more environmentally friendly options.
- Potencijalne tvari za zamjenu
- Aktivne tvari: 1
- Početni datum: 20/11/2018
- Rok: 18/01/2019
- Practical example
- REACH registration
- Draft Guidance on Occupational exposure limits (OELs) sent for PEG consultation
- Endocrine disruptors and biocides: what you need to know
- REACH 2018 questions and answers - last minute advice