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Dossier Evaluation status

Dossier Evaluation status

ECHA’s dossier evaluation process covers compliance checks and the examination of testing proposals. By consulting the table below, you can find out whether ECHA has started to evaluate dossiers for a particular substance and follow the progress through the evaluation process.

The table below displays the type, scope and status of the assessment undertaken for a given dossier. The decision date and the non-confidential version of the decision are published shortly after the decision has been adopted.

Before publishing the non-confidential version of an adopted decision on its website, ECHA consults the addressees of the decision on this version. ECHA systematically removes any personal data from the non-confidential version of a decision. Some sections may also be redacted based on justified claims by registrants, regarding information confidential or deemed to harm their commercial interest if disclosed.

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Content of the table

Identifiers of the substance: Name (as on the Dissemination website); EC/List number (European Community number / List number assigned by ECHA); CAS number (also called the Chemical Abstract Service Registry Number or CAS RN).

Decision type can be ‘CCH’ for Compliance Check Evaluation and ‘TPE’ for Testing Proposal Evaluation.

Scope refers to the scope of the evaluation and can be:

  • Targeted: The compliance check focuses only on some endpoints.
  • Comprehensive: The compliance check focuses on all relevant endpoints under ECHA’s strategy.
  • Testing proposal: The assessment focuses on the testing proposals submitted by the registrants.

Status reports the current position of the dossier in the dossier evaluation process and can be:

  • Under assessment: The evaluation of the dossier has formally started.
  • Ongoing: The registrants have received the draft decision - The dossier retains this status until the decision is adopted or the evaluation is otherwise concluded.
  • Information requested: The registrants have received the adopted decision with the deadline for providing the requested information.
  • Follow-up: The deadline set in the adopted decision has passed, and ECHA is assessing whether the information requested in the decision has been provided in the dossier update - This follow-up may also involve the national enforcement authorities.
  • Concluded: The evaluation is closed.
    In most cases, this means that the registrant has responded to the adopted decision with compliant information. However, as in some cases an evaluation is concluded at an earlier stage, an adopted decision is not always available for every evaluation marked as concluded.

Decision date reports the date on which the adopted decision was sent to the registrants.

Decision displays a non-confidential version of the adopted decision once available.

Latest update indicates the date of the latest automatic update carried out by ECHA’s information systems.

You can access the disseminated registration dossier, available in the ‘Registered substances’ section of ECHA’s website, by clicking on the magnifying glass icon. Except when confidentiality is claimed on the substance identifiers, the adopted decision is directly linked to the disseminated dossier.

You can access additional information in ‘Details’ view, by clicking on the eye icon:

  • Substance identifiers
  • Decision type (CCH or TPE), scope and status of the evaluation, as in the main table
  • Decision’s deadline(s): The deadline(s) for requested information contained in the decision, should the decision contain more than one deadline
  • Appeal information: If the registrants have appealed against the adopted decision, a link to the Board of Appeal’s announcement document is provided.

 

How to read the table

ECHA’s information systems automatically update the status of dossier evaluations during the process. For transparency reasons, all dossier evaluation decisions will remain published. This also applies if the registrants have appealed or have updated the registration dossier as requested in the decision.

It is for the reader to verify the status of an evaluation: check the deadline of the decision, the indicated status of the evaluation, and the content of the registration dossier. The most recent data on a substance is available in the ‘Registered substances’ section of ECHA’s website; check also whether the Board of Appeal has taken a decision regarding any appeal.

 

Important notes:

  • The dossier evaluation decisions may not apply to all registrants that are part of a joint registration.
  • There may be a delay between the decision date and the actual publication of the adopted decision, which corresponds to the consultation on its non-confidential version and addressing any comments from the registrants.
  • The information in the disseminated registration dossier is obtained from all registration dossiers which are part of the joint submission of a substance, including the names of the registrants, unless claimed confidential.
Last updated 20 February 2020. Database contains 3004 unique substances/entries.
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced by the distillation of products from the hydrogenation of isononanal from the hydroformylation of octene. It consists predominantly of C9-10 primary aliphatic alcohols, C10-20 dimer alcohols, C>18 acetals and esters and C>18 acid sodium salts and boils in the range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
271-237-7
68526-89-6
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
02/09/2013
04/10/2018
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced by the distillation of products from the hydrogenation of isononanal from the hydroformylation of octene. It consists predominantly of C9-10 primary aliphatic alcohols, C10-20 dimer alcohols, C>18 acetals and esters and C>18 acid sodium salts and boils in the range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
271-237-7
68526-89-6
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
14/10/2018
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced by the distillation of products from the hydrogenation of isononanal from the hydroformylation of octene. It consists predominantly of C9-10 primary aliphatic alcohols, C10-20 dimer alcohols, C>18 acetals and esters and C>18 acid sodium salts and boils in the range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
271-237-7
68526-89-6
TPE
Testing Proposal
Information requested
10/12/2018
06/04/2019
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271-235-6
68526-86-3
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
27/11/2014
04/10/2018
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271-235-6
68526-86-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
06/04/2017
06/11/2018
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Details
271-235-6
68526-86-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Under assessment
08/05/2019
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Details
271-234-0
68526-85-2
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
06/11/2014
04/10/2018
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Details
271-231-4
68526-83-0
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
30/01/2015
04/10/2018
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Details
271-231-4
68526-83-0
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
06/04/2017
06/11/2018
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Details
271-231-4
68526-83-0
CCH
Comprehensive
Concluded
31/03/2016
21/11/2018
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Details
271-213-6
68526-56-7
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Details
271-213-6
68526-56-7
TPE
Testing Proposal
Under assessment
06/11/2019
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Details
271-212-0
68526-55-6
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
05/09/2014
14/12/2018
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Details
271-212-0
68526-55-6
CCH
Targeted
Ongoing
26/06/2019
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Details
271-178-7
68516-75-6
CCH
Comprehensive
Information requested
18/02/2020
19/02/2020
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Details
271-176-6
68516-73-4
CCH
Comprehensive
Information requested
13/02/2020
14/02/2020
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Details
500-220-1
68515-73-1
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Details
271-089-3
68515-47-9
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Details
271-085-1
68515-43-5
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
11/11/2013
04/10/2018
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Details
271-082-5
68515-40-2
CCH
Targeted
Follow-up
01/10/2013
04/10/2018
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Details
271-082-5
68515-40-2
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Details
271-030-1
68514-28-3
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
05/08/2014
04/10/2018
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Details
271-030-1
68514-28-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Follow-up
05/04/2019
15/01/2020
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Details
270-986-7
68512-65-2
TPE
Testing Proposal
Follow-up
14/08/2014
04/10/2018
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A complex residuum from the vacuum distillation of the residuum from the atmospheric distillation of crude oil. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C13 and boiling above approximately 230°C (446°F).
270-984-6
68512-62-9
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
15/08/2013
04/10/2018
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A complex residuum from the vacuum distillation of the residuum from the atmospheric distillation of crude oil. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C13 and boiling above approximately 230°C (446°F).
270-984-6
68512-62-9
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
18/08/2014
04/10/2018
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Details
270-958-4
68512-13-0
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/02/2019
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Details
270-877-4
68479-98-1
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
25/07/2012
04/10/2018
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Details
270-877-4
68479-98-1
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the distillation of debenzenized light steam-cracked naphtha. It consists predominantly of cyclic olefinic and aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C8 through C16 and boiling in the range of approximately 130°C to 300°C (226°F to 572°F).
270-790-1
68478-10-4
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
14/10/2018
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A complex combination of organic compounds obtained by the distillation of products from a steam cracking process. It consists predominantly of unsaturated hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C8 through C12.
270-737-2
68477-54-3
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of organic compounds obtained by the distillation of products from a steam cracking process. It consists predominantly of unsaturated hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C8 through C12.
270-737-2
68477-54-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Under assessment
12/09/2019
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained from extractive distillation of saturated and unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbons usually ranging in carbon numbers from C3 through C5, predominantly C4. It consists of saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C3 through C5, predominantly butenes and isobutylene.
270-732-5
68477-42-9
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by distilling cracked stripped steam-cracked distillates. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers in the range of C10 through C12.
270-729-9
68477-40-7
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Complex combination obtained by steam distillation of mixed vegetable oils followed by condensation of the steam. Contains fatty acids, sterols, aldehydes and ketones.
270-700-0
68476-80-2
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Complex combination obtained by steam distillation of mixed vegetable oils followed by condensation of the steam. Contains fatty acids, sterols, aldehydes and ketones.
270-700-0
68476-80-2
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced by distillation of products from a cracking process in an ethylene plant. It consists predominantly of C4 hydrocarbons.
270-691-3
68476-52-8
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced by the distillations of products from a catalytic cracking process. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C3 through C11 and boiling in a range approximately up to 204°C(400°F).
270-686-6
68476-46-0
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
18/08/2014
04/10/2018
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A distillate oil having a minimum viscosity of 32.6 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F) to a maximum of 40.1 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F).
270-676-1
68476-34-6
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A distillate oil having a minimum viscosity of 32.6 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F) to a maximum of 40.1 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F).
270-676-1
68476-34-6
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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The liquid product from various refinery streams, usually residues. The composition is complex and varies with the source of the crude oil.
270-675-6
68476-33-5
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
18/08/2014
04/10/2018
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A distillate oil having a minimum viscosity of 45 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F) to a maximum of 125 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F).
270-673-5
68476-31-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A distillate oil having a minimum viscosity of 45 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F) to a maximum of 125 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F).
270-673-5
68476-31-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A distillate oil having a minimum viscosity of 32.6 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F) to a maximum of 37.9 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F).
270-671-4
68476-30-2
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A distillate oil having a minimum viscosity of 32.6 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F) to a maximum of 37.9 SUS at 37.7°C (100°F).
270-671-4
68476-30-2
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of finely divided inorganic particles separated from the exit gases formed during the manufacture of Portland cement. The flue dust consists of uncalcined raw materials along with partially calcined materials. Some Portland cement clinker is usually included. The major constituents of kiln dust are calcium carbonate, clays, shales, quartz and sulfate salts. The following materials may also be present:@Dolomite@Ca(OH)2@Feldspars@CaSO4@Fly ash@KCl@Iron oxides@K2CO3@CaF2@K2SO4@CaO@Na2SO4@Glasses of SiO2, Al.s@Portland cement chemicals [659
270-659-9
68475-76-3
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
31/07/2012
04/10/2018
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A complex combination of finely divided inorganic particles separated from the exit gases formed during the manufacture of Portland cement. The flue dust consists of uncalcined raw materials along with partially calcined materials. Some Portland cement clinker is usually included. The major constituents of kiln dust are calcium carbonate, clays, shales, quartz and sulfate salts. The following materials may also be present:@Dolomite@Ca(OH)2@Feldspars@CaSO4@Fly ash@KCl@Iron oxides@K2CO3@CaF2@K2SO4@CaO@Na2SO4@Glasses of SiO2, Al.s@Portland cement chemicals [659
270-659-9
68475-76-3
TPE
Testing Proposal
Concluded
26/11/2015
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of finely divided inorganic particles separated from the exit gases formed during the manufacture of Portland cement. The flue dust consists of uncalcined raw materials along with partially calcined materials. Some Portland cement clinker is usually included. The major constituents of kiln dust are calcium carbonate, clays, shales, quartz and sulfate salts. The following materials may also be present:@Dolomite@Ca(OH)2@Feldspars@CaSO4@Fly ash@KCl@Iron oxides@K2CO3@CaF2@K2SO4@CaO@Na2SO4@Glasses of SiO2, Al.s@Portland cement chemicals [659
270-659-9
68475-76-3
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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A complex combination of finely divided inorganic particles separated from the exit gases formed during the manufacture of Portland cement. The flue dust consists of uncalcined raw materials along with partially calcined materials. Some Portland cement clinker is usually included. The major constituents of kiln dust are calcium carbonate, clays, shales, quartz and sulfate salts. The following materials may also be present:@Dolomite@Ca(OH)2@Feldspars@CaSO4@Fly ash@KCl@Iron oxides@K2CO3@CaF2@K2SO4@CaO@Na2SO4@Glasses of SiO2, Al.s@Portland cement chemicals [659
270-659-9
68475-76-3
CCH
Targeted
Concluded
13/10/2018
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Details
614-523-2
68475-37-6
TPE
Testing Proposal
Follow-up
14/08/2014
04/10/2018
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