ECHA’s chemicals databases updated

The ECHA databases have been updated.

Infocards are now generated for all substances by default instead of only being generated for substances registered under REACH or notified under CLP.

Furthermore, the ways in which properties of concern are displayed and can be searched for have improved.

The update has also brought changes to the SCIP database, Public Activities Coordination Tool (PACT), European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON), the Classification and Labelling (C&L) Inventory and biocidal active substances. 

New assessments of regulatory needs will be also published in December.