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Tel: +358 (0) 9 412 3055
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Our Services

As a leading expert in registration, authorisation and notification of chemical substances, inside and outside the EU, REACHLaw provides chemical regulatory compliance and supports companies to gain market access for their chemical products globally. We help them with regulations such as EU REACH and CLP, Turkey KKDIK, SEA and GBF, Eurasia REACH, UK REACH and many more.

REACHLaw is also committed to supporting companies with their sustainable growth and, therefore, as part of EU’s action plan for a Circular Economy, we also help companies to comply with SCIP notification and End-of-Waste criteria obligations, as required by the revised Waste Framework Directive (WFD).

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Industry Sectors

Organizations’ needs on chemical regulatory compliance and sustainability vary greatly depending on the company type, industry sector, the size of the organization, the main markets and the organizational capabilities.

At REACHLaw we have developed a set of chemical regulatory compliance and sustainability solutions to help businesses to navigate the complex regulatory landscape, spearheaded by REACH & GHS and to meet the UN Sustainable development goals.

In addition, we help companies in the transition towards circular economy to achieve a sustainable growth.

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The Blog

An online space dedicated to chemical regulatory compliance and sustainability related topics. 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 regulatory compliance, sustainability, circular economy 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; but also through The Blog we are sharing important insights about chemical regulations around the world and different initiatives towards sustainability, circularity and industry cases to inspire innovation and growth.

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REACHLaw Webinar

SCIP Notification and Database - What it's all about, industry challenges and way forward to meeting the 2021 deadline

As from 5 January 2021 any EU company supplying articles and complex objects made thereof containing substances of very high concern (SVHC) on the candidate list in a concentration above 0.1% (w/w), will need to submit information on these articles for a new database currently being established by ECHA: This “SCIP” database will contain information on Substances of Concern In articles, as such or in complex objects ( Products). The SCIP requirements are part of the implementation of the EU’s action plan for the circular economy adopted in 2015.They were introduced through the revised Waste Framework Directive that entered into force in July 2018.
1st of April 2020

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Latest from the Blog

REACHLaw TALKS - All things SCIP

The latest REACHLaw TALKS is out, this time in two different languages, English and Spanish. The topic of the videos is the very hot topic of SCIP database and notifications. Find out what SCIP is, who it concerns and what you need to do about it.  We hope you like our videos, and make sure to subscribe to our channel...

CORONA VIRUS – COVID-19

As of Friday 13th of March, 2020, REACHLaw Ltd has decided to stop all unnecessary travel and has decided to work remotely. We think that this is the best cause of action to protect our personnel, company and wider population. Despite of this, REACHLaw will continue to serve our clients as usual.

ECHA is seeking additional information on uses of 7 substances to be recommended for the authorisation list.

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is looking for information on the possible uses of seven (7) new substances that ECHA is considering recommending for the authorisation list. Most wanted is information of uses, that can lead to a possible exemption from the authorisation requirements of the substances. A substance on the authorisation list can only be placed/used on the market...