Three substances and six uses
The European Commission granted an authorisation for 6 uses of 3 different substances. The three substances are the following:
- Sodium dichromate (EC 234-190-3, CAS 10588- 01-9, 7789-12-0), authorisation granted for one use to ZF Luftfahrttechnik GmbH,
- Chromium trioxide (EC 215-607-8, CAS 1333-82-0), for three uses to ZF Luftfahrttechnik GmbH and Wesco Aircraft EMEA Limited,
- Sodium chromate (EC 231-889-5, CAS 7775-11-3), for two uses to Aviall Services Inc. and Wesco Aircraft EMEA Limited.
For all these authorisations, the review period expires on 21st September 2024.
EcoMundo : French market leader for Authorisation
A long term experience
With proven experience, EcoMundo is the French market leader for REACH Authorisation. All the dossiers submitted since 2015 obtained the requested review periods, sometimes up to 12 years.
EcoMundo’s experts will guide you through all the steps of the application for authorisation and establish a diagnosis according to your needs.
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EcoMundo has been a partner of the REACH Authorisation Alliance, R2A, since its launch. R2A is an initiative aiming at creating a space of exchanges and reflections on authorisation strategies. Through working groups focused on specific substances and uses, the Alliance helps optimise the strategies for applications for authorisations, by inciting its members to regroup in a rational way in order to submit joint dossiers.
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