10 Sep
All you need to know about CoRAP by ECHA

CoRAP (Community Rolling Action Plan) prioritizes Substances for evaluation for a period of three years. Substances that require an immediate evaluation are listed in first year of the plan. Member states will evaluate the risk of substance listed CoRAP. ECHA […]

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7 Sep
ECHA publishes SCIP data

ECHA has released the first public database of SCIP, which contains the results of testing on substances of very high concern. The SCIP database is a comprehensive and systematic compilation of chemical information on substances including potential adverse effects. This […]

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26 Apr
Did you know? ECHA has identified 300 chemicals as candidates for regulatory action

On 21 April 2021, ECHA published its third report on Integrated Regulatory Strategy. It provides latest information on Agency’s work regarding the identification and management of chemicals that are hazardous. It aims at accelerating data generation, identifying of groups of […]

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10 Jan
ECHA working to make Drinking water safe

On 10 th Jan 2020, ECHA announced that they are working on developing a positive list of substances that can be safely used in materials that come into contact with drinking water. It will improve consumer protection and ensure equal […]

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1 Oct
REACH AUTHORISATION LIST – 18 NEW SUBSTANCES

On 1ST Oct ,2019, European Commission recommended 18 substances of very high concern for (SVHC) to be added in REACH authorization list. These substances are reproductive toxicants, endocrine disruptors, carcinogens, very persistent and very bio accumulative (vPvB) substances or respiratory […]

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18 Jul
Reach SVHC List updated-Four new substances added

On 16th July, the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) has updated REACH SVHC list by adding 4 new substances having properties given below. Toxicity to reproduction Endocrine disruption Very Persistent and Very Bioaccumulative (vPvB) substances Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic (PBT) The […]

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15 Mar
ECHA Proposes To Restrict Intentionally Added Microplastics

ECHA (European Chemicals Agency) has submitted a proposal for a new regulation to restrict microplastic particles that have been added intentionally in consumer and commercial products. What are microplastics? Microplastics are tiny particles of plastic material, typically smaller than 5 […]

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