Article: Why applicants for use authorisation under REACH may need to submit substitution plans

Chemical Watch has recently published an article by REACHLaw's own Bernadette Quinn, head of authorisation practices. The article in question regards the potential need for use authorisation applicants to submit substitution plans. Plans for replacing the use of the authorised substances where suitable alternatives are available. Read the full article...

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India REACH  – Your next regulatory challenge

  India-REACH is India’s chemical regulation currently in draft stage known as “Draft Chemicals (Management and Safety) Rules, 20xx”. The rules shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official gazette, expected to be published by end of 2020 and shall apply to all Substances, Substances in...

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Eurasia REACH – Inventory notification in Russia deadline postponed

There has now been official confirmation from the Russian Minpromtorg that the deadline of the Inventory Notification in Russia has been postponed until August 1st, 2020. This is due to the exceptional situation that has arisen due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the remote work it has required.  To see...

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POTENTIAL (NOT CONFIRMED) EXTENSION OF THE INVENTORY NOTIFICATION DEADLINE IN RUSSIA

Update on the EAEU Technical Regulation on Safety of Chemical Products (“TR041”):   REACHLaw Eurasia team received  information from a Usually Credible Source (hereafter referred to as “Source”) on the 22nd April 2020 that a possible further extension is under consideration to be granted for inventory notifications submission in Russia...

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Are you using Chromium Trioxide – CrO3 – for decorative chrome plating? – Free webinar

We would like to invite all downstream users of chromium trioxide in the Novotroitsk Plant of Chromium Compounds supply chain, to take part in our webinar to get important information on the status of the authorisation application. The Commission has requested the retrospective submission of a Substitution Plan for the...

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