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BREXIT and REACH

BREXIT and REACH

Join REED Smith’s REACH legal specialists and leading REACH consultants H2 Compliance for a joint webinar on the impact of BREXIT on REACH.     Register now or for more information please contact the experts please use the link below. – http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1407521/7B93AE13AB0CC07EED1A5B5EB16A1792  

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Green Alley Awards

  Green Alley Award 2017: Connecting green ideas – Berlin, London, Helsinki & Dublin H2 Compliance is proud to be an official partner of the Green Alley Award 2017, Europe’s first start-up competition aimed at Circular Economy innovators and entrepreneurs. The Berlin based company Green Alley, together with Germany’s crowdfunding pioneer Seedmatch and the London […]

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Mercury regulation in the EU

Mercury regulation in the EU

Mercury is a metal known for its toxicity to humans, animals and the ecosystem. It is currently used in a wide range of activities, including chlor-alkali chemical plants and the plastics industry, and can be found in a range of products such as thermometers, dental amalgam and light bulbs. Human activities result in over half […]

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ECHA review SME status

The ECHA website will be updated with a new IT tool at the end of June to assist companies in correctly identifying classification of company size. Companies must submit their company size during REACH registration. The company size determines the fee payable to ECHA for submission of registration. There is a reduced fee for small […]

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IUCLID 6 Beta-Testing Phase Complete.

The final version of IUCLID 6 is now available. ECHA has been preparing the roll-out of the new software by releasing a series of Beta-versions to the public. These have been systematically released to allow users to familiarise themselves with the new system, as well as allowing for reporting of any issues with the software […]

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IUCLID 6 now available

    The new versions of IUCLID has now been released. This will be followed by an updated version of REACH-IT (online platform for secure submissions to ECHA) at the end of June. Once the new version of REACH-IT is launched (21st June 2016), only dossiers created with IUCLID 6 can be submitted. Until then, […]

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Landbell Group acquires H2 Compliance

Acquisition strengthens Group’s compliance consultancy services and extends geographic presence Mainz/Dublin, March 22, 2016. The Landbell Group, the leading environmental specialist for compliance schemes, services and software solutions, and H2 Compliance, the chemical and environmental regulatory compliance services business, have today announced an agreement that the Landbell Group has acquired 100% ownership of H2 Compliance. […]

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Five Substances Added to the Candidate List

ECHA added five new substances to the candidate list in December. These five substances were included in the candidate list because they are either carcinogenic, very-persistent very-bioaccumulative or toxic to reproduction. Inclusion in the candidate may ultimately result in the substances being subject to Authorisation in the EU. If you have any queries in relation […]

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2015-A year in brief

As another year closes in we take a look back at some of the items making headlines in the Chemical Regulatory world. January- ECHA launches REACH 2018, a countdown to Registration campaign and announces its commitment to support all stakeholders particularly SMEs through the process. February- Canada implements GHS March- ECHA reports on the dossier evaluation process. The […]

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Norway and Sweden Find Lack of Hazard Information in Car Care Products

Recent studies published by Norwegian and Swedish environmental agencies have heavily criticized the packaging and labelling of many car care products that are sold in both countries. The inspection report by Norway’s Environment Directorate showed that nine out of ten imported articles are labelled incorrectly. For example, many of them are inadequately child-proofed. The Norwegians […]

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