Thursday, July 31, 2014

France Outlines Companies’ Obligations to Furnish Data for REACH Evaluations

PARIS—The French government March 15 officially notified French companies that they must provide data to France and other EU member state authorities for evaluations of chemicals registered under the European Union’s REACH law and for which risks are considered uncertain.
The notification follows the Feb. 29 publication by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) of its first triennial plan for evaluating registered substances under REACH. …
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