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REACH introduction

The full name of REACH is "Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals", which is the European Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. It is the EU regulation on the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals. It officially came into effect on June 1, 2007. . Its purpose is to ensure a high level of protection for human health and the environment, promote the free movement of chemicals on the EU market, and improve competitiveness and innovation.

SVHC List Latest News

September 3, 2019: The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) launched a public consultation on 4 substances proposed to be added to the Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) list. The names of the substances are as follows:

 

2-Benzyl-2--1-(4-morpholinophenyl)butanone

2-Methyl-1-(4-methylthiophenyl)-2-morpholinyl-1-propanone

Diisohexyl phthalate

Perfluorobutanesulfonic acid (PFBS) and its salts

 

July 16, 2019: The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) updated the latest required items in the SVHC list to 201 items.

 

Applicable product range

The scope of the REACH regulations is broad. It covers almost all non-food, feed and pharmaceutical commercial products. Consumer products such as clothing and footwear, jewellery, electrical and electronic products, toys, furniture, and health and beauty products are within the scope of the REACH regulation.

Regulatory content

register

Manufacturers and importers must apply for registration of any chemical that reaches the threshold of one ton per year, whether the chemical exists by itself as a chemical substance, as part of a mixture, or as a substance or mixture released from an article. Since only individuals in the EU or companies established in the EU can submit REACH registration, if a non-EU company wants to register a chemical substance, it needs to appoint an only representative (OR) to perform it on its behalf. The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is responsible for evaluating the information submitted for registration.

 

limit

Each restricted substance has different conditions and scope of restrictions. For example, a hazardous substance itself may be banned from being placed on the EU market, or products containing that substance in certain concentrations may be banned. Appendix XVII is the list of restricted substances, which will be updated regularly.

 

Authorize

The purpose of authorization is to eliminate or effectively control the risks posed by chemicals, especially chemicals that are harmful to human health or the environment. This process is divided into two main stages, each requiring certain obligations from different stakeholders in the supply chain:

 

A substance has been identified as a Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) and placed on the Candidate List. If an SVHC contains more than 0.1% by weight, this information is immediately transmitted to the recipient of the item in the supply chain. Consumers can also request this information from retailers, which must be provided within 45 days. If SVHC exceeds 0.1% of the weight of the article and exceeds 1 ton/year, ECHA must be notified. The shortlist is updated twice a year.

 

 

Substances listed on the candidate list will be prioritized for inclusion in the authorization list (Appendix XIV). Unless authorization has been granted, SVHCs on the authorization list cannot be used or imported into the EU after a specified date (known as the sunset date). Authorization only applies to those chemical substances used in the EU and/or imported into the EU, as well as items manufactured in the EU. However, it does not apply to items imported into the EU. This authorization list is updated approximately annually.

 

 

All products manufactured in or imported into the EU must comply with all applicable REACH requirements. It is important to remember that compliance with one requirement does not grant exemption from other requirements. For example, in addition to complying with the requirements associated with the Candidate List, a product may also need to comply with certain restricted requirements.

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EUREACH

EUREACH

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EUREACH

REACH introduction

The full name of REACH is "Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals", which is the European Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. It is the EU regulation on the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals. It officially came into effect on June 1, 2007. . Its purpose is to ensure a high level of protection for human health and the environment, promote the free movement of chemicals on the EU market, and improve competitiveness and innovation.

SVHC List Latest News

September 3, 2019: The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) launched a public consultation on 4 substances proposed to be added to the Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) list. The names of the substances are as follows:

 

2-Benzyl-2--1-(4-morpholinophenyl)butanone

2-Methyl-1-(4-methylthiophenyl)-2-morpholinyl-1-propanone

Diisohexyl phthalate

Perfluorobutanesulfonic acid (PFBS) and its salts

 

July 16, 2019: The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) updated the latest required items in the SVHC list to 201 items.

 

Applicable product range

The scope of the REACH regulations is broad. It covers almost all non-food, feed and pharmaceutical commercial products. Consumer products such as clothing and footwear, jewellery, electrical and electronic products, toys, furniture, and health and beauty products are within the scope of the REACH regulation.

Regulatory content

register

Manufacturers and importers must apply for registration of any chemical that reaches the threshold of one ton per year, whether the chemical exists by itself as a chemical substance, as part of a mixture, or as a substance or mixture released from an article. Since only individuals in the EU or companies established in the EU can submit REACH registration, if a non-EU company wants to register a chemical substance, it needs to appoint an only representative (OR) to perform it on its behalf. The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is responsible for evaluating the information submitted for registration.

 

limit

Each restricted substance has different conditions and scope of restrictions. For example, a hazardous substance itself may be banned from being placed on the EU market, or products containing that substance in certain concentrations may be banned. Appendix XVII is the list of restricted substances, which will be updated regularly.

 

Authorize

The purpose of authorization is to eliminate or effectively control the risks posed by chemicals, especially chemicals that are harmful to human health or the environment. This process is divided into two main stages, each requiring certain obligations from different stakeholders in the supply chain:

 

A substance has been identified as a Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) and placed on the Candidate List. If an SVHC contains more than 0.1% by weight, this information is immediately transmitted to the recipient of the item in the supply chain. Consumers can also request this information from retailers, which must be provided within 45 days. If SVHC exceeds 0.1% of the weight of the article and exceeds 1 ton/year, ECHA must be notified. The shortlist is updated twice a year.

 

 

Substances listed on the candidate list will be prioritized for inclusion in the authorization list (Appendix XIV). Unless authorization has been granted, SVHCs on the authorization list cannot be used or imported into the EU after a specified date (known as the sunset date). Authorization only applies to those chemical substances used in the EU and/or imported into the EU, as well as items manufactured in the EU. However, it does not apply to items imported into the EU. This authorization list is updated approximately annually.

 

 

All products manufactured in or imported into the EU must comply with all applicable REACH requirements. It is important to remember that compliance with one requirement does not grant exemption from other requirements. For example, in addition to complying with the requirements associated with the Candidate List, a product may also need to comply with certain restricted requirements.

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