There will be a consideration of the draft opinion on the Plastics Strategy.
The European Commission has granted authorisation for the use of sodium dichromate (EC 234-190-3; CAS 7789-12-0; 10588-01-9) by Jacobs Douwe Egberts DE GmbH; Dr Otto Suwelack Nachf. GmbH & Co.KG and Européenne de Lyophilisation SA with a review period expiring on 21 September 2029.
The Q&A document addressing the questions asked during the information session on the call for evidence is available on our website. The information session was held on 12 March. If you missed it, you can have a look at our video recording of the session.
The quickest and easiest way to access all relevant support for the REACH 2018 deadline is to click on the blue banner on ECHA’s homepage. The REACH 2018 web pages are a one-stop shop for material and links you need to successfully register by 31 May.
Meet John. He is preparing to manufacture and place a new substance on the EU market. If you, like John, need to register your new substance with ECHA, you have to prepare and submit an inquiry to see if there is data already available or if someone else has already registered the same substance.
Before submitting your inquiry dossier to ECHA, make sure that all the relevant information has been included. In addition to checking your dossier with the Validation Assistant in IUCLID, make sure that the identity of your substance and its composition (reported in sections 1.1 and 1.2 of IUCLID) are consistent and supported by the analytical data (attached in section 1.4. of IUCLID). This is key to successfully receiving your inquiry number.
A message from ECHA: “It is advisable to have at least two users from your company as the Legal Entity manager. This will help ensure that there is a back-up in your company who can modify or add an account if there is an organisational change or personnel turnover”.