ECHA YET TO REPORT PRE-REGISTRATION FAILURE CLAIMS BY DOWNSTREAM CHEMICAL USERS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE EUROPEAN Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has reported no downstream users of chemicals have yet formally alerted it to substances of interest not pre-registered under the REACH chemical control scheme. Companies including dye producers and their customers can notify ECHA via the agency's website of such problems, but "no substances of interest have been identified yet," it declared.
Meanwhile, ECHA took its REACH-IT system offline from February 13-16 to introduce another upgrade, improving a service suffering from ...


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