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REACH: Most hazardous and most common chemicals registered

Thursday, 2 December 2010

ECHA announced 24,675 registration dossiers have been successfully submitted for 4,300 substances including nearly 3,400 phase-in substances by the REACH registration deadline.

According to ECHA, approximately 86 % of registrations were made by large companies and 14 % by small or medium-sized companies. Source: Olivier Fotolia.com
According to ECHA, approximately 86 % of registrations were made by large companies and 14 % by small or medium-sized companies. Source: Olivier Fo...

By the REACH deadline of 30 November 2010, 24,675 registration dossiers have been successfully submitted for 4,300 substances including nearly 3,400 phase-in substances. The final number of registrations and substances, including a breakdown of ‘phase-in’ and ‘non phase-in’ will be available when all submitted dossiers have been processed in the coming weeks, stated the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). ECHA’s website will regularly update the numbers of phase-in registrations and registered phase-in substances. According to ECHA, approximately 86 % of registrations were made by large companies and 14 % by small or medium-sized companies. Only representatives companies representing non-EU manufacturers, known as only representatives, made up 19 % of registrations. Lessons learned from this initial registration round completed will be taken forward into the 2013 and 2018 registration deadlines for smaller volume production chemicals. ECHA is due to file a report on how to improve on the registration process by June 2011.

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