Biocidal products and the active substances they contain have to be considered in a regulatory process to establish safe use for humans and the environment, as well confirming efficacy against target organisms. ReachCentrum and its parent company ERM has the scientific, regulatory and industry-specific knowledge to advise on these issues and help companies to obtain necessary approvals under both national legislation and the BPR. read more >>See Biocide related news
Authorisation is the REACH process related to controlling the risk of substances of very high concern (SVHC) by authorising just specific uses.
The authorisation process aims to ensure that substances of very high concern (SVHCs) are progressively replaced by less dangerous substances or technologies where technically and economically feasible alternatives are available.
Substances on the Authorisation List (annex XIV) cannot be placed on the market or used after the so called “sunset date” - unless an authorisation has been granted for a specific use, or the use has been exempted from authorisation.
Your substance has been selected as substance of potential concern. How can you prepare and follow all necessary steps ? How to organise your comments? What would be the best approach to have your uses authorised?
Those are some of the questions the ReachCentrum Authorisation Support Service can help you address. The main objective of the Authorisation Support Service is to assist your company in performing all the procedures and tasks necessary prior and within the framework of a REACH authorisation process.