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Chemicals registration programme is having a disproportionate economic impact on these firms
SMEs will continue to pay less than larger companies
Chemical manufacturers in Europe are now well into the process of REACH registration, but for those outside the borders of the EU, the legislation and its implications for their business may be less familiar. Tricia Foley and Elizabeth Leaderman, of Day Pitney, summarise what US companies need to kn
Improvements need to be made to quality of registration dossiers, says EC report
Says REACH system ensures safety of product including nanoparticles, but will need to be modified
New REACH legislation will come into force on 31 May 2013, requiring companies that manufacture or import phase-in substances (i.e. those already pre-registered) in quantities above 100 tonnes/year to register their chemicals and be fully compliant. The legislation has brought with it a raft of addi
Change in rules will be introduced in the summer
Now the preregistration period has passed, Hilary Ayshford spoke to SAFC"s Carole Garcia about the next phases of REACH
To be headed by Pooja Raj, general manager, regulatory affairs
Covering more than 90,000 chemical substances