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Annex III inventory

Annex III inventory

ECHA compiled an inventory of substances likely to meet the criteria of Annex III to the REACH Regulation. The aim is to support registrants in identifying whether reduced minimum information requirements or a full Annex VII information set is required.

The inventory was produced using publicly available databases with experimental data and by using (Q)SAR model results. Indications for hazardous toxicological or ecotoxicological properties together with information on uses and other available relevant information have to be compared with the criteria in Annex III.

The fact that a substance is not in this list does not necessarily mean that the criteria for Annex III are not met. Likewise, if a substance is on this inventory, a registrant can still benefit from the reduced information requirements if it is justified.

Note that the inventory is not a tool for classification, it only shows indications for concern. For instance, the fact that a substance is indicated as "Suspected mutagen" does not mean that ECHA considers it as a classified mutagen. All evidence should be taken into account before concluding on the need for classification.

Last updated 18 May 2016. Database contains 64899 unique substances/entries.
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233-326-9
10121-91-2
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
600-175-9
101226-85-1
Suspected acutely toxic via the oral route
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
443-150-6
101226-85-1
Suspected acutely toxic via the oral route
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-327-4
10123-62-3
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-337-9
10124-50-2
Suspected mutagen
Details
233-344-7
10124-65-9
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-345-2
10124-68-2
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected skin irritant
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-346-8
10124-98-8
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Details
233-347-3
10126-68-8
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-349-4
10126-90-6
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-351-5
10126-92-8
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Details
233-352-0
10126-97-3
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-354-1
10127-03-4
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
600-184-8
10127-24-9
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected respiratory sensitiser
Suspected skin sensitiser
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-358-3
10127-36-3
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-359-9
10128-36-6
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-360-4
10128-55-9
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-362-5
10129-44-9
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin irritant
Details
233-363-0
10129-71-2
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-364-6
10129-78-9
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
213-793-5
1013-20-3
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Details
213-794-0
1013-22-5
Suspected acutely toxic via the oral route
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin irritant
Suspected skin sensitiser
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
213-795-6
1013-25-8
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
213-796-1
1013-75-8
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
213-797-7
1013-76-9
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected skin sensitiser
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
600-205-0
1013-88-3
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Details
233-365-1
10130-29-7
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
600-190-0
10130-38-8
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Details
233-366-7
10130-48-0
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-367-2
10130-89-9
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-368-8
10131-46-1
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained as a redistillate from the distillation of wash oil. It consists predominantly of 2-ringed aromatic and heterocyclic hydrocarbons boiling in the range of approximately 260°C to 290°C (500°F to 554°F).
309-851-5
101316-45-4
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the distillation of petroleum light fraction, hydrodesulfurized and dearomatized. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers in the range of C7 through C9, predominantly C8 paraffins and cycloparaffins, boiling in the range of approximately 120°C to 130°C (248°F to 266°F).
309-862-5
101316-56-7
Harmonised classification for aspiration toxicity
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Harmonised classification for mutagenicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by treating a petroleum stock with hydrogen. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C9 through C25 and boiling in the range of approximately 150°C to 400°C (302°F to 752°F).
309-863-0
101316-57-8
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by fractionation from hydrodesulphurised coker distillate. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C8 through C16 and boiling in the range of approximately 120°C to 283°C (248°F to 541°F).
309-864-6
101316-58-9
Harmonised classification for aspiration toxicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by distillation of thermal-cracking heavy tars. It consists predominantly of highly alkylated aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in the range of approximately 100°C to 250°C (212°F to 482°F).
309-866-7
101316-61-4
Harmonised classification for aspiration toxicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the redistillation of the distillate of high temperature coal tar (tar acid and tar base free). It consists predominantly of unsubstituted and substituted mononuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in the range of 85°C-195°C (185°F-383°F).
309-868-8
101316-63-6
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Harmonised classification for mutagenicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by solvent extraction and hydrogenation of atmospheric distillation residues. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C17 through C32 and produces a finished oil with a viscosity in the order of 17cSt to 23cSt at 40°C (104°F).
309-875-6
101316-70-5
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by solvent extraction and hydrogenation of atmospheric distillation residues. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C20 through C35 and produces a finished oil with a viscosity in the order of 37cSt to 44cSt at 40°C (104°F).
309-876-1
101316-71-6
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the catalytic hydrodesulfurization of a petroleum fraction. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C10 through C13 and boiling in the range of approximately 180°C to 240°C (356°F to 464°F).
309-882-4
101316-81-8
Harmonised classification for aspiration toxicity
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the catalytic hydrodesulfurization of a petroleum fraction. It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C10 through C13 and boiling in the range of approximately 175°C to 220°C (347°F to 428°F).
309-884-5
101316-82-9
Harmonised classification for aspiration toxicity
Details
An oil distilled from brown-coal tar. Composed primarily of aliphatic, naphthenic and one- to three-ring aromatic hydrocarbons, their alkyl derivatives, heteroaromatics and one- and two-ring phenols boiling in the range of approximately 150°C to 360°C (302°F to 680°F).
309-885-0
101316-83-0
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Details
Residues from fractional distillation of low temperature coal tar to remove oils that boil in a range up to approximately 300°C (572°F). Composed primarily of aromatic compounds.
309-887-1
101316-85-2
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Details
An acidified alkaline extract of brown coal tar distillate. Composed primarily of phenol and phenol homologs.
309-888-7
101316-86-3
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Harmonised classification for mutagenicity
Details
A distillate from low-temperature coal tar. Composed primarily of hydrocarbons, phenolic compounds and aromatic nitrogen bases boiling in the range of approximately 160°C to 340°C (320°F to 644°F).
309-889-2
101316-87-4
Harmonised classification for carcinogenicity
Harmonised classification for mutagenicity
Details
233-369-3
10132-07-7
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
233-370-9
10132-80-6
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected toxic for reproduction
Details
233-371-4
10132-98-6
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Details
233-373-5
10132-99-7
Suspected carcinogen
Suspected mutagen
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details
600-191-6
101335-11-9
Suspected hazardous to the aquatic environment
Suspected persistent in the environment
Suspected skin sensitiser
Details

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