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Dossiers with safety profiles of substances of 1,000 tons or more had to be submitted in late 2010 to the Helsinki-based European Chemical Agency (ECHA), which is administering REACH.
The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) is also looking ahead--promising to update its guidance on substance identity after November 30 notably on crystalline forms in registration; it recently withdrew advice on this subject after it caused confusion amongst chemical companies.
In a recent report defining alternatives to phthalate plasticizers, the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) named dibenzoate plasticizers as a suitable replacement for phthalates.
Chemical identity issues are of central importance to the successful implementation of the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), both for the regulated community and for the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) responsible for REACH's implementation.
There had to be a shake-up in the European Chemical Agency and the rules under which it is working, he said.
The European chemical agency has another stakeholder comment period through April during which they will say, "this is the list of candidates of very high concern.
Under the EU Reach Directive bergamot is classified as potentially dangerous and will therefore have to be tested and registered with the European Chemical Agency.
The European Chemical Agency and its rules needed change, he said.