The draft CoRAP for 2019-2021 has been updated with four news substances.

From the 1st of December, ECHA will manually check that all new registrations where the registrant has chosen to opt out of the data submitted jointly by co-registrants include a proper justification as required by REACH.

A new substance evaluation conclusion document is now available on ECHA’s website.

NGO representatives and ECHA met in Helsinki for the 12th meeting of the NGO-ECHA discussion platform.

On the 16th of October, ECHA and fifteen metals and inorganics consortia took the next step in formalising formalised their framework for cooperation by signing the Metals and Inorganics Sectorial Approach (MISA) agreement.

Two restriction proposals has been submitted on the last 5th of October and are now available on ECHA’s website.