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Post-Authorisation compliance: how to anticipate a DREAL inspection?

It is possible for a company to keep using a substance which appears on REACH’s Annex XIV after its expiration date, provided it has acquired an Authorisation for its use. Said company will then have to be able to substantiate its compliance with all the conditions entailed by an Authorisation dossier. The company could potentially be subject to controls aiming at determining the compliance of its activity to the Authorisation request. In this article, EcoMundo gives you key elements on how to prepare for a control.

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Monitoring of REACH registration and authorisation dossiers to be toughened in 2019

The Forum has been planning projects of harsher monitoring for REACH registration and authorisation dossiers in 2019. It has also been decided that the Forum will team up with accredited stakeholders to improve the quality of Safety Data Sheets (SDSs). In this article, EcoMundo pinpoints the changes to come.


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How much does a REACH Authorisation dossier cost?

The REACH Authorisation procedure allows a company to temporarily use an SVHC (Substance of Very High Concern) listed in Annex XIV of the REACH Regulation, which is in fact banned from use in Europe. The granting of this Authorisation by Europe requires the production of a specific authorisation application, which includes various costs. EcoMundo reviews the structure of this dossier and helps you to anticipate the budget to allocate. Read more...

4-Nonylphenol and REACH authorisation: what you must know

4-Nonylphenol, branched and linear, ethoxylated (also called triton) was included in Annex XIV of REACH on 14th June 2017. It will be banned in Europe from 4 July 2019, unless a REACH authorisation application has been drafted. What must you know before starting such application? Our experts give you key information on this substance, as well as advice to follow before going ahead.

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4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenol, ethoxylated and REACH authorisation: what you must know

4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenol, ethoxylated (covering well-defined substances and UVCB substances, polymers and homologues) was included in Annex XIV of REACH on 14th June 2017. It will be banned in Europe from 4 July 2019, unless a REACH authorisation application has been drafted. What must you know before starting such application? Our experts give you key information on this substance, as well as advice to follow before going ahead.

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