The European Commission has revised certain information requirements for registering chemicals under REACH. Companies should start to prepare as the changes will begin to apply in October 2022. ECHA will publish further advice later this year.
ECHA and the Member States have assessed a group of 148 bisphenols and recommended that more than 30 bisphenols need to be restricted due to their potential hormonal or reprotoxic effects.
Previously unpublished data on chemicals tested to develop medicines is now publicly available. The data is downloadable as IUCLID datasets – the global format for collecting, storing and sharing information on chemicals.
- Applications for authorisation
- Start date: 18/05/2022
- Deadline: 13/07/2022
- ECHA's Executive Director Requests to the Committees
Assessment of endocrine disrupting properties for the environment:
- Start date: 06/05/2022
- Deadline: 20/06/2022
- Start date: 22/12/2021
- Deadline: 22/06/2022
- Start date: 23/03/2022
- Deadline: 23/09/2022
- Testing proposals
- Start date: 10/05/2022
- Deadline: 27/06/2022
BPRThere are currently no ongoing consultations.
- Proposals for new POPs
- Start date: 24/05/2022
- End of consultation: 19/07/2022
- What is SCIP? What should be done?