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Press Release: REACH inspectors find that not all companies are complying with authorisation requirements

Inspectors in 17 European countries have checked compliance with the authorisation obligations under REACH for the use and placing on the market of 13 substances of very high concern with sunset dates in 2015. Inspections in companies that used or placed the substances on the market showed a rate of non-compliance of 10.7 % and  Full Article…

Consultation: REACH Testing proposals (ECHA)

(Z)-4-[C11-13(branched)alkylamino]-4-oxo-2-butenoic acid / 2-Hydroxy-5-nonyl(branched)-benzaldehyde oxime / Bis(dibutyldithiocarbamato-S,S’)copper / Dichloromethylbenzene / potassium 4-cumenesulfonate / Reaction products of Isophorone diamine, Butyl  glycidyl ether, and Bisphenol A diglicydyl ether / Sodium p-cumenesulphonate / Sodium toluene-4-sulphonate / tert-dodecanethiol / Tetraammineplatinum (II) diacetate

Press Release: SEAC adopts restriction proposals on four phthalates and TDFAs in sprays used by the public

The Committee for Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAC) adopted their opinions on two restriction proposals on four phthalates (DEHP, DBP, DIBP and BBP) in articles and on TDFAs in sprays used by the general public. The committee also agreed on 14 draft opinions on 10 applications for authorisation and adopted one final opinion.

UPDATE – Agenda: Meeting of the ECHA Member State Committee (25-26 April 2017) premium

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Press Release: RAC agrees on two opinions on occupational exposure and on 11 harmonised classification cases

The Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) has for the first time adopted scientific opinions on occupational exposure for two substances: MOCA and for arsenic acid and its inorganic compounds. RAC adopted 10 opinions on harmonised classification and labelling and additionally agreed on the classification of titanium dioxide. The committee also agreed on 14 draft opinions  Full Article…

Press Release: Titanium dioxide proposed to be classified as suspected of causing cancer when inhaled

CHA’s Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) concluded that the available scientific evidence meets the criteria in the CLP Regulation to classify titanium dioxide as a substance suspected of causing cancer through the inhalation route. The opinion will be formally adopted later by written procedure or at the September meeting.

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