Titanium dioxide is authorized for the use in cosmetic products, both as colorant and as UV-filter.
ECHA has announced the launch of a second screening project to check if companies are keeping their REACH registrations up to date.
Poison Centre Notification (PCN) requirements were accidentally retained in the GB CLP from Annex VIII of the EU CLP Regulation, as confirmed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), and are therefore currently mandatory in UK.
TEAM mastery will be present at ABIM 2022 – Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting.
The event will be held from 24 to 26 October 2022 in Basel (Switzerland), @ the Congress Center.
The specific properties of nanomaterials are a great driver for innovation, but may also increase the toxicity of materials or require different procedures for their safe use.
In September, ECHA working groups will meet to evaluate the combination Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), α-[2-(dide- cylmethylammonium)ethyl]- .omega.- hydroxy-, propanoate (salt) (Bardap 26), CAS 94667-33-1, PT 2 and 4
During the meeting of the Member State Committee (MSC), held in June 2022, the request to investigate chromosomal aberrations in the decisions for in vitro and in vivo testing has been discussed.
ECHA’s Integrated Regulatory Strategy aims to speed up data generation, identification of groups of substances of concern, and regulatory action, in order to clarify which registered substances are a high priority for regulatory risk management or data generation.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently released the draft revisions to the risk determinations for perchloroethylene, N-methylpyrrolidone, methylene chloride and trichloroethylene.
ECHA submitted a proposal on 15 July 2022 to restrict the manufacture, use and placing on the market of substances, mixtures and articles containing medium-chain chlorinated paraffins (MCCP) and other substances that contain chloroalkanes with carbon chain lengths ranging from C14 to C17 (EC -, CAS -).