We’re shooting for a lead-free world!

ECHA’s efforts to reduce lead exposure from outdoor shooting and fishing. ECHA’s Committees for Socio-Economic Analysis and Risk Assessment support the proposed restriction on the use of lead in ammunition for hunting, outdoor sports shooting and in fishing. The restriction could prevent over 600 000 tonnes of lead from being released into the environment, saveContinue reading “We’re shooting for a lead-free world!”

“The EU’s Next REACH Enforcement Project: Focusing on Imported Products”

The Enforcement Forum of ECHA agreed that their next REACH enforcement project will investigate companies’ obligations for products and chemicals they import from outside the EU. The project will be done in 2023-2025. This is an important step in ensuring that REACH is enforced properly and consistently across Europe. The Enforcement Forum, which is responsibleContinue reading ““The EU’s Next REACH Enforcement Project: Focusing on Imported Products””

Stocks of relevant products must be fully removed from supply chains on the Northern Irish market due to the latest active substance list update – will your inventory be impacted?

Last month, the European Commission announced the non-approval of 14 active substance/product type combinations. These combinations must be phased off the European market. Importantly, this also applies to the Northern Irish market. The official announcement can be found here. Regulation (EU) No 528/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council (BPR) requires all activeContinue reading “Stocks of relevant products must be fully removed from supply chains on the Northern Irish market due to the latest active substance list update – will your inventory be impacted?”