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At REACHLaw, we work closely with our clients to provide chemical regulatory compliance and product safety solutions to fit each customer and their needs. We help companies to gain market access for their chemical products and we support them with chemical regulations such as: “EU REACH & CLP”, “Turkey KKDIK, SEA & GBF”, “South Korea REACH & GHS”, “China REACH & GHS” and many more.

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Organizations’ needs on chemical regulatory compliance and environmental sustainability vary greatly depending on the company type, industry sector, the size of the organization, the main markets and the organizational capabilities. REACHLaw has developed a set of chemical regulatory compliance solutions to help businesses to navigate the complex regulatory landscape, spearheaded by REACH & GHS.

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The Blog

An online space dedicated to chemical regulatory compliance. The Blog not only offers you updates on what is going on with the different chemical regulations, it is also a meeting point where key stakeholders are sharing their thoughts towards chemical compliance issues and business in a global scale. In The Blog we have guest writers to make sure you get the breadth of topics and services we can offer.

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REACH Cost-Sharing

On the 26th of January, 2016 the new regulation on joint submission and data sharing entered into force with the aim “to promote good management practices and ensure the efficient implementation of agreements”. This regulation also gives to ECHA the instruction to make sure that all the registrants of the same substance are part of one joint registration. However, as the regulation applies to all the agreements concluded before and after its entry into force, consortia members and lead registrants are highly advised to review the existing data sharing and consortia agreements to ensure compliance with the new duties, and make the necessary amendments, if needed.
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Exporting to South Korea?

Companies placing or aiming to place chemical substances in South Korea will need to fulfill certain requirements in order to avoid penalties or fines. As for example, the first thing companies should do is to screen their substances  and identify which ones are belong to the existing chemicals under K-REACH; and which ones to the new chemicals and PEC list of substances. Once they...

Lead Registrant? New regulation on joint submission and data sharing

The new regulation on joint submission and data sharing that entered into force on the 26th of January, 2016, with the aim " to promote good management practices and ensure the efficient implementation of the agreements", brings new challenges for both, current and future REACH lead registrants.  This regulation also gives to ECHA the instruction to make sure that all the registrants...

TSCA reform into law

President Obama has signed a bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act ( TSCA). This  law gives EPA ( the Environmental Protection Agency) the authority to protect Americans by monitoring closely the chemicals that could cause serious health impacts as for example: cancer, reproductive harm and birth defects.Some highlights shared by EPA:The new law requires EPA to evaluate existing chemicals, with clear and enforceable deadlines.EPA...