ECHA Proposed to Identify N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide as SVHC
On 4 Mar. 2022, ECHA has released a proposal on identifying N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide as a substance of very high concern for its carcinogenicity (Article 57a) and mutagenicity (Article 57b). This proposal is still under public consultations, interesting parties may send their comments to ECHA before 19 Apr. 2022. The substance will be added into the SVHC Candidate List after it passes the public consultation.
The European Commission has Passed the Resolution on Adding Resorcinol into SVHC Candidate List
In the end of January 2022, the European Commission has formally voted on whether to add resorcinol into SVHC Candidate List. Results show that most of the member states agree to list this substance as SVHC due to its endocrine disrupting properties. According to the majority rule, resorcinol will finally be added into the SVHC Candidate List.
Four Substances Added into SVHC Candidate List
17 Jan. 2022, ECHA has added 4 substances into the Candidate List of SVHCs. The Candidate List of substances of very high concern (SVHCs) now contains 223 substances that may have serious effects on people or the environment.
SCIP Database has Officially been Published
Up to 14 Sep. 2021, around 6000 companies across the European Union have successfully complied with their new duty to notify ECHA about products containing substances of very high concern, SVHCs. The SCIP database now displays more than four million article notifications. Consumers or enterprises can now access to the data by article name or brand, product category, type of material or the chemical name. Background The SCIP Database is EU’s first public database of substan
ECHA Consulted on Proposals to Identifying 4 Substances as SVHC
3 Sep. 2021, ECHA has released a proposal for eight chemical substances to be identified as Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC). Member States or ECHA, on request of the European Commission, may propose a substance to be identified as an SVHC by preparing a dossier in accordance with the requirements set out in Annex XV to REACH. All interested parties are invited to submit comments on such reports during the consultation. The proposal is now under public consultation and