Ukraine Regulatory Update: Public Consultation Results for Ukraine REACH Published

On May 29, 2024, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine announced the successful completion of the public consultation process for the draft resolution titled "On the Approval of the Technical Regulation on the Safety of Chemical Products." This regulation is commonly referred to as Ukraine REACH....

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India BIS Updates

As per the Gazette Notification no. CG-DL-E-04062024-254543 dated 4th June 2024, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers (Department of Chemicals & Petro Chemicals) has provided an extension of the below Quality Control Orders (QCO):   S.No Title Indian Standard Previous deadline New Date of Implementation 1 Textiles—High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) /Polypropylene...

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UK REACH News on the Alternative Transitional Registration model (ATRm)

On Thursday 16 May, the UK Gov published the long-awaited consultation on the Alternative Transitional Registration model (ATRm) for UK REACH. REACHLaw will be commenting on the consultation and so should any other company affected by UK REACH. The consultation can be found here: https://consult.defra.gov.uk/reach-policy/atrm-consultation/ Should you need support with...

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Ukraine Introduces CLP Regulation in the National Market

On May 10, 2024, the Ukrainian government approved the Technical Regulation on the classification, labeling, and packaging of chemical products (“UA-CLP”). This regulation integrates the norms of the European CLP Regulation, which itself incorporates the UN-established Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for classifying and labeling chemicals. The regulation enters into force...

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REACH restriction proposal to all 11 Cr(VI) compounds on the authorisation list

REACH restriction proposal extended to 11 CrVI compounds The ongoing REACH restriction proposal for CrVI compounds has been extended to all 11 CrVI entries on the REACH Authorisation List. ECHA announced yesterday that its mandate has now been extended from 2 CrVI entries (chromium trioxide and chromic acid) to all...

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