During 2016, ECHA received a total of 130 reports from downstream users whose use is not supported by the exposure scenario received from their supplier.

New restrictions on the use of the flame retardant decaBDE have been published in the Official Journal amending Annex XVII to the REACH Regulation accordingly.

Since the enhanced completeness check was introduced in June 2016, 1.653 REACH registration dossiers have been manually verified by the Agency’s staff.

To benefit from the extended deadline for registering existing, low volume chemicals by the last REACH registration deadline, you need to have pre-registered your substance with ECHA.

The Read-Across Assessment Framework (RAAF) now also contains environmental endpoints.

REACH&CLP Helpdesk Luxembourg has published a flyer (in German) on the labelling of plant protection products.