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What is Regulation EC No?

What is Regulation EC No?

REGULATION (EC) No 1907/2006 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL. of 18 December 2006. concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council.

What is Council Regulation EC No 2271 96?

The EU Blocking Statute (Council Regulation (EC) No 2271/96) seeks to “block” what is regarded as the extra-territorial impact of some US sanctions on Iran, Libya and Cuba. The EU adopted the Blocking Statute in 1996 in response to US sanctions on Cuba, Iran and Libya.

What is EC No 1907 2006 Reach?

New EC-Regulation No.1907/2006 (REACH) Registration. REACH, the new EU chemicals regulation, requires that chemical substances in preparations or articles which are intentionally released from articles have to be registered to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). The obligation to register applies from 1 June 2008.

What is EU Reach regulation EC No 1907 2006?

Regulation (EU) No 1907/2006 concerns the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemical substances. It also contains requirements addressed to the users of chemicals, unlike previous legislation.

What are blocking laws?

A blocking statute is a law of one jurisdiction intended to hinder application there of a law made by a foreign jurisdiction.

Is reach compliance mandatory?

You must comply with REACH if you manufacture or supply articles, or are importing articles from outside the EU. REACH may also apply to a chemical substance you recover from waste in quantities of one tonne or more per calendar year. Some chemical substances are partially or completely exempt from REACH.

What is a reach document?

REACH Certificate of Compliance is a document certifying that a product is compliant with the EU REACH regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. It can be a testing report or statement issued by a third-party testing organization. It could also be a self-declaration.

What is REACH certificate?

Is REACH compliance mandatory?

Who needs to be REACH registered?

You must comply with REACH if you manufacture or supply articles, or are importing articles from outside the EU. REACH may also apply to a chemical substance you recover from waste in quantities of one tonne or more per calendar year.

How do I find my REACH number?

The best way to verify the validity of a REACH registration number is to look at the original submission report issued by ECHA. On the report, you can find registration number, registered tonnage band and registrant’s name.

How can I check my REACH registration?

Does REACH registration expire?

A pre-registered substance must be fully registered before its registration deadline which depends on the tonnage band of the substance. After May 2018, all pre-registration numbers will expire.

How do I register for REACH?

The 7 steps to create your Registration dossier

  1. REACH Registration. If you manufacture or import your substances between 1 and 100 tonnes a year, you are directly concerned by REACH and have to elaborate and submit your registration dossier before 2018.
  2. The Letter of Access.
  3. Member registrant.
  4. CHESAR.

Who is responsible for REACH registration?

The responsibility for fulfilling the requirements of REACH, such as registration lies with the importers established in the European Union, or with the only representative of a non-EU manufacturer established in the European Union.

How do you check if product is REACH registered?

The REACH Registered Substances List and Pre-registered Substances List can be found on ECHA’s website. Companies can check whether their substances have been pre-registered or registered by other companies.

How much does a reach registration cost?

Conclusion. A report by the European Commission estimates that companies spent an average of €33,300 per substance registration under EU REACH. Based on this, we estimate that a UK REACH registration would cost from around £15,000 to £30,000 per substance.

What products are covered by REACH?

REACH stands for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals. REACH applies to all chemical substances, both those needed for industrial processes and those we use in our everyday lives, in paints, cleaning products, clothes, furniture and electrical appliances, for example.

How do I get a REACH certificate?

  1. To officially become REACH regulation compliant, your product information must be submitted to the European Chemical Agency (ECHA).
  2. REACH reporting puts the burden of identification of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC’s) within the supply chain on the producer or retailer.

What are not covered by REACH regulations?

Waste, as defined in the EU’s waste legislation, is exempt from REACH, but a product recovered from waste is not. REACH applies for any substance, mixture or article you recover from waste that meets the end of waste criteria.