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2017

  • Biocide news: set-up of a consortium for Sodium Hypoclorite CAS 7681-52-9 PT 2 anti-lichen, PT 4 and PT 5
    05/
    Oct
    2017
    ERM, the leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, and social consulting services, brings together interested parties to collaborate in the set-up of a consortium-like arrangement to prepare the dossier for authorisation of biocidal products containing Sodium Hypoclorite.Read more
  • ReachCentrum at Biocides Symposium 2017
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    May
    2017
    Magdalena Urbanowska, Project Manager and responsible for Biocide regulation at ReachCentrum, will be presenting a workshop at the upcoming Biocides Symposium from May 9-11, 2017, in Barcelona, Spain.Read more

2016

  • Get a seat at the ECHA's Biocides Stakeholders' Day
    05/
    Aug
    2016
    Magdalena Kornacka will present a case study on preparing and submitting an application for in situ substances at the annual Biocides Stakeholders' Day organised by ECHA.Read more

2015

  • ReachCentrum continues providing support on Biocides
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    Apr
    2015

    Following April 16th announcement on ReachCentrum’s upcoming acquisition by ERM, ReachCentrum would like to clarify its position regarding the services it provides related to the EU Biocidal Product Regulation. 

    ReachCentrum shall honour the Agreements it has with its clients and undertakes to perform cost-effective and high quality services within this sector. We are confident that our well established expertise regarding consortia management and our result-driven approach are guarantees of our high-level engagement and quality management.

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  • Transparency in product authorisation evaluations
    27/
    Apr
    2015

    In an interview to ChemicalWatch, Cefic, the European Chemical Industry Council, calls for more transparency in product authorisation evaluations under the biocidal products Regulation (BPR). Raf Bruyndonckx, biocides sector group manager for Cefic, calls on the authorities to report, not only broad figures, but also reveal the average timelines for product authorisation and mutual recognition procedures. “We need to dive into the detail of where there could be problems,” Mr Bruyndonckx says. “When it comes to the active substance authorisation process, we know where the specific issues are, which means we can intervene and help. But the product authorisation evaluations are still a black box to us.”

    The full article is available on Biocide Hub of ChemicalWatch.

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