Critical information for all users and distributors of MOCA in the EEA – Free Webinar

MOCA (2,2'-dichloro-4,4'-methylenedianiline) is covered by entry 27 of the REACH authorisation list and solely authorized uses are permitted in the EEA since 21.09.2017. REACHLaw acting as only representative applicant for Suzhou  Xiangyuan  New  Materials  Co., Ltd. submitted an application for authorisation to cover use by all downstream users in the...

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News on Eurasia REACH

On the 12th of March CIS Center has published the news that EAEU Technical Committee 339 on "Safety of raw materials and substances" has reviewed all comments submitted during last public consultation related to GOST standards referenced in the Eurasia REACH (TR041) and CIS Center experts have developed the final...

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Eurasia REACH Updates

On the 17th of February 2021, the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has published new draft versions of the 2nd tier implementing regulations under Technical Regulation on Safety of Chemical Products TR041 (“Eurasia REACH”). The 2nd tier legislation, meaning Order of Inventory formation (+ Annexes), Order on New Substance notification (+...

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Defence Sector strongly impacted by WFD/SCIP, REACHLaw-supported study for EDA finds

The European Defence Agency (EDA) has published the results of a study conducted by REACHLaw together with our partner Milieu Consulting SPRL. This new study that was published on 27 January 2021 is a follow-up to the EDA 2016 REACH/CLP study previously conducted by REACHLaw. For this new specific report REACHLaw...

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Eurasia REACH Updates: Russian authorities have published an updated chemical substances inventory

As part of the TR041 (Eurasia REACH) implementation process, on the 30th of December 2020, Russian authorities have published an updated chemical substances inventory reflecting all submitted notifications during the period from 11th of November 2020 until 1st of August 2020. More than 80.000 unique substances were notified. Moreover, the...

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