DON'T MISS THE BEST CHEMICAL REGULATORY CONFERENCE IN 2021!
Jarlath Hynes, Regulatory Toxicologist/Risk Assessor
Polymers are currently exempted from registration under Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH). However, Article 138(2) of REACH requires the EU Commission to review the risks posed by polymers and the need for their inclusion as substances to be registered.
The EU Commission is currently hosting discussions and will draft a proposal to review the REACH regulation to add registration requirements for polymers by the end of 2022.
This talk will look at the challenges faced in defining polymers requiring registration (PRR) and provide some insights into the likely definitions, processes, and costs involved for potential registrants.
Marko Sušnik, Senior Advisor bei WKÖ
An overview of the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability - what happened so far and what are the next priorities?
On 14 October 2020, the European Commission finally adopted a new strategy to step towards a zero-pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment, as part of the European Green Deal. The new Chemicals Strategy towards a toxic-free environment aims to better protect citizens and the environment and to boost innovation for safe and sustainable chemicals.
Introduction of recent September 2021 Commission proposals to classify PBT/vPvB/PMT/vPvM and endocrine disruptors (‘ED’) under CLP Regulation, as well as the status of adoption of new REACH data requirements for ED.
will cover all the important aspects of KKDIK (Turkey REACH).
• Registration Period
• SIEF Communications
• Letter of Access process
• Lead Registrant and Co Registrants for Joint Submission
• Registration Dossier Requirements
• Cost for Registration
The presentation will be focusing on the current status of the implementation of the TR EAEU 041/2017 and practical tips regarding what you need to know if you plan to export your chemical products to the Russian Federation now.
Book your seat now, they are limited!