The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has added nine further substances to the EU-Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC). This expands the list from 224 to 233 chemicals. As a company, you are responsible for handling these chemicals safely and providing sufficient information to customers and consumers. >> Learn more and check your legal obligations
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has added N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide to the EU-Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC). This chemical can cause cancer or genetic defects and is mostly used in polymers and in the production of other chemicals, textiles, leather or fur. This expands the list to 224 chemicals. As a company, you are responsible for handling these chemicals safely and providing sufficient information to customers and consumers. >> Learn more and check your legal obligations
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#regulatoryfebruary Part 3 – AfPS Tested Product Safety Last but not least, the closing part of our #regulatoryfebruary-Series, the directive for the recognition of the GS Label for contact/grip and actuating surfaces. The decisive factor for the assignment is compliance with the approved limit of quantification (0.2 mg/kg) of #PAH contamination in materials such as soft plastics, lacquers, rubber and solvents. >> Get an overview of the test procedure, typical contamination areas and further information of the directive
#regulatoryfebruary Part 2 - Battery Directive Did you know that there is a regulation that defines that negative environmental impacts from batteries are eliminated as best as possible? The separate collection of used batteries or accumulators and a high level of recycling are intended to generate this aim. >> Read more about the Battery Directive and the German Battery Act (#BattG)
#regulatoryfebruary Part 1 - Packaging & Packaging Waste Directive Today in the spotlight: The directive for regulating packaging and packaging waste. The aim of this regulation is to reduce packaging waste in order to improve the environmental balance and to support the recycling process in a sustainable way. >> Visit our website to learn more about the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive, the objectives of the regulation and future forecasts!
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has added new substances of very high concern to the Candidate List. The four new substances were added because they have effects on fertility, the environment or endocrine disrupting properties. So the list now contains 223 chemicals that have to be managed by you as a company. Let Substantio help you with your substance data management as well as how to be compliance with the REACH Candidate List and all other relevant regulations >> REACH REGULATION
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