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Product introduction: The main content of REACH The Impact of REACH System on China's Export Trade1. Wide range of industries affected: In addition to having a direct impact on chemical enterprises, REACH will have an impact on all enterprises producing downstream chemical products, including textiles, electromechanical, toys, furniture, etc., involving over 1 million types of products.2. The export cost of enterprises has greatly increased: according to EU estimates, the basic testing cost for each chemical substance is about 85000 euros, and the testing cost for each new substance is about 570000 euros.3. The required amount of data is large: REACH requires a series of registration archive technical documents such as chemical safety data sheets, safety assessment reports, and risk assessments, which involve a complex and massive amount of data.Introduction to the REACH instructionWhat is REACH - 'Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals' is a regulation of the European Union for the preventive management of all chemicals entering its market. It was officially implemented on June 1, 2007.The purpose of REACHProtecting human health and the environment; Maintain and enhance the competitiveness of the EU chemical industry; Increase the transparency of chemical information; Reduce vertebrate testing; Consistent with the international obligations of the European Union under the WTO framework.In essence, REACH regulations will promote innovation in the chemical industry, enabling it to produce safer products, stimulating competition and growth. Unlike the current complex regulatory system, REACH will create a unified chemical management system within the EU, enabling enterprises to produce new chemicals and their products following the same principles.Implementation TimetableREACH officially implemented on June 1, 2007The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) was established and put into operation in June 2008Pre registration of Phase in Substances from June 1 to December 1, 2008Established the Substance Information Exchange Forum (SIEF) in January 2009Chemical substances with an annual production or import volume of over 1000 tons in December 2010; CMR substances classified into categories 1 and 2 according to Directive 67/548/EEC with an annual production or import volume of more than 1 ton; Registration of substances with an annual production or import volume of over 100 tons classified as highly toxic aquatic organisms causing long-term negative impacts on the aquatic environment according to Directive 67/548/EEC N: R50-53Registration of chemical substances with an annual production or import volume of over 100 tons completed in June 2013Registration of chemical substances with an annual production or import volume of over 1 ton completed in June 2018Note: After June 1, 2008, the submission of registration documents was officially accepted.Chemical substances produced and sold within the EU must be registered before the prescribed registration deadline, and new chemical substances must be registered before being put on the market.We can provide the following services:1. Professional testing services-Professional SVHC substance testing services-Restricted substance testing services in Annex XVII-Preparation of SDS (Chemical Safety Data Sheet)2. Collection and transmission of supply chain information-List all substances in the product-Data query, collecting existing data on substances-Prepare chemical data sheets-Identify missing information, obtain new data/propose testing plans-Analyze the possibility of exposure3. Document organization and writing:-Can conduct a Chemical Safety Assessment (CSA) and write a Chemical Safety Report (CSR)-Chemical Safety Property Prediction (QSARs) Technology-Organizing and Writing Technical Archives4. Provide professional advice:-Expert recommendations for toxicological and ecotoxicological testing of chemical safety assessment-Guidance on finding substitutes and improvements for chemical components in products-Guidance on management measures for production, storage and transportation, and supply chainRegistrationAll existing and new chemicals with an annual production capacity exceeding 1 ton, as well as chemical substances used in various products, are required to register their basic information. Only registered substances can be produced or imported within the EU.Each manufacturer and importer of a substance must submit a registration file for that substance to the Chemical Administration and pay the corresponding fee. However, it is required to jointly submit registration information for the same substance, following the principle of 'one substance, one registration'. As a member of joint registration, the registration fee can be shared with other members.In order to facilitate management and accept the submission of a large number of registration records, the registration records submitted to the Chemical Department need to be processed electronically. The Chemical Administration will give each received registration file a registration number and date, and immediately transmit this information to the registrant.Within three weeks after submitting the registration documents, the Chemical Department will conduct a completeness confirmation of the submitted registration documents to confirm that the file meets the requirements for REACH registration. If the registration dossier is incomplete, the Chemical Administration will notify the registrant to submit further information within the prescribed time limit within three weeks from the date of registration submission, in order to complete the registration dossier.For phased substances, a pre registration procedure is provided. By pre registering the substance, it can continue to be produced and sold within the EU, as long as it is officially registered before the specified deadline.For phased substances, there are a large number of registrations that need to be completed within the deadline. Therefore, for each registration submitted, the Chemical Department needs to check the completeness of the registration information within 3 weeks; However, for each registration submitted within 2 months before the deadline, the EU will check the completeness of the registration within 3 months.The registrant is required to submit updated files to the Chemical Department within the set deadline and request the submission of missing information. Then the Chemical Department determines the submission date for these information and further checks the integrity of the updated files within 3 weeks.If the registrant fails to complete the registration within the deadline, the registration will be rejected by the Chemical Administration, and the manufacturer or importer will not be able to start or continue the manufacture or import of the substance.If necessary, the Chemical Administration will forward the registration records, registration number and date, and results of integrity checks to the authorities of member countries, manufacturers, and importers to establish that they can take action. Supplementary information submitted for incomplete archives, along with the results of the second integrity check, shall be submitted to the competent authority.EvaluationThe first purpose is to evaluate the testing methods used by the industry to ensure product safety and to ensure that animal testing is minimized or avoided as much as possible.The second purpose is to check whether it meets the registration requirements.The third purpose is to examine the potential hazards of this substance to human health and the environment.The evaluation provides a series of methods for regulatory authorities to require registrants, as well as a small number of downstream users, to provide further information.There are two types of assessments: archival assessment and material assessmentFile evaluation: The purpose of the management authority's inspection and testing is to avoid unnecessary animal testing and expenses, while also checking whether the registration file meets the registration requirements.Material assessment: When a substance is suspected to pose a risk to human health and the environment (such as having a similar structure to another substance), the regulatory authority conducts a material assessment. Therefore, all technical archives of the same substance will be evaluated together, and any useful information will be taken into account.AuthorizationREACH recommends establishing a system to manage the use of substances of high concern, so that they can meet the requirements of the regulatory agency after being put on the market.The management authorities require that effective information on substances and their use processes be taken into account to confirm that the risks arising from their use can be fully controlled or that their economic benefits outweigh the risks.The first and second types of CMR substances that have irreversible effects on human health, as well as PBT and vPvB substances that can accumulate in biological organisms, are of high concern. Establish a security network for the evaluation system, and identify and identify other substances that have the same hazardous and irreversible effects as CMR, PBT, and vPvB substances one by one.The regulatory authorities require that high concern substances under the REACH framework must apply for licenses for each use before the deadline, regardless of the amount used each time.Applicants are obligated to demonstrate that the risks of the substances used can be fully controlled or that their economic benefits outweigh their harmfulness. In addition, applicants must also submit alternative development plans for this substance and a socio-economic analysis report for this substance.The application will be reviewed by the Risk and Socioeconomic Analysis Committee of the Chemical Administration and a final decision will be made on whether to approve the use of this substance.The Substance Information Exchange Forum (SIEF), due to the ease of obtaining experimental data on phased substances, can result in many potential registrants preparing to register the same substance at the same time. In order to facilitate the sharing of information among potential registrants of the same substance, the EU requires phased substance pre registration, taking this opportunity to understand how many potential registrants of the same substance are preparing to register, And potential registrants of the same substance will form the Substance Information Exchange Forum, abbreviated as SIEF. All potential registrants, downstream users, and third parties who pre register the same phased substance, or non registrants who possess the same phased substance, are participants in a substance information exchange forum (SIEF).The purpose of each substance information exchange forum should be:(a) Facilitate the exchange of information between potential registrants for registration purposes to avoid duplicate research.(b) Agree on the classification and labeling of substances that may differ among potential registrants. On the Information Exchange Forum (SIEF), it is possible to:1. 20 months after the regulations come into effect, check whether there have been any experimental studies;2. Within 2 weeks, the holder of the test results shall issue a certificate to the searcher;3. Negotiate cost sharing;4. The holder of the test results shall provide the test results within 2 weeks after receiving the fees;5. If there is no experiment, the participants will negotiate the trial bearer and cost sharing;6. If the holder of the experimental results refuses to provide it, the management bureau shall provide the research abstract in a timely manner, and the holder of the results has the right to request that the expenses be shared equally.Before conducting vertebrate experiments, participants in SIEF should query the database through SIEF to determine whether relevant studies have been conducted. If a relevant research result can be obtained within the SIEF, participants in the SIEF who need to conduct vertebrate experiments request to obtain the research result within a specified period of 2 months.Within 2 weeks of making this request, the owner of the research result should provide proof of its cost to the requesting participant. Participants and everyone should take appropriate steps to reach an agreement on how to share costs. If an agreement cannot be reached on this, the cost should be evenly shared. Everyone should provide the research results within 2 weeks of receiving payment.If a study involving vertebrate experiments cannot be obtained within SIEF, participants should contact other participants in SIEF who have submitted information on the use of the same or similar substances, as well as participants who may need to conduct the study; They should take all reasonable steps to agree who will represent the other participants in the experiment.If the owner of a research result refuses to provide proof of the cost of the research or the research result itself to other participants, then other participants should assume that they cannot obtain any relevant research results within the SIEF and continue to act, unless other registrants submit a registration containing the research summary or main research summary. In these circumstances, the Chemical Department should make a timely decision to provide the research summary to other participants. Other registrants should have the right to demand that participants share the expenses equally, which can be enforced through national courts.REACH Substances of High Concern (SVHC)Substances that meet the requirements of Article 57 of REACH are usually considered a highly concerned substance (SVHC). For substances of high concern (SVHC) that meet the following conditions, notification is required in accordance with Article 7 (2) of REACH:(1) The substance has been included in the list of candidate substances that require permission to be used (Annex XIV);(2) The concentration of this substance in the article is greater than 0.1% (weight ratio W/W);(3) The total amount of the substance in the items manufactured or imported by each manufacturer or importer each year exceeds 1 ton;(4) The substance has not been registered for this purpose.On June 30, 2008, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the first batch of 15 substances of high concern (SVHC) listsSerial numberSubstanceEC nameCAS name1Anthracene204-371-1120-12-724,4’-Diaminodiphenylmethane(4,4'Diaminodiphenylmethane)202-974-4101-77-93Dibutyl phthalate201-557-484-74-24 Cobalt dichloride231-589-47646-79-95Diarsenic pentaoxide215-116-91303-28-26diarsenic trioxide215-481-41327-53-37Sodium dichromate234-190-37789-12-0 10588-01-985-tert-butyl-2,4,6-trinitro- m-xylene(musk xylene)201-329-481-15-29 Bis(2- ethyl hexylphthalateDEHP)204-211-0117-81-710Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major stationmasters identified (α–HBCDD, β-HBCDD, γ- HBCDD)247-148-4及221-695-925637-99-4 Reach 3194-55-6(134237-51-7, 134237-50-6, 134237-52-8)11C10-13 短链氯化石蜡(Alkanes,C10-13,chloro(Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins))287-476-585535-84-812 Bis tributyltin oxide200-268-056-35-913Lead hydrogen arsenate232-064-27784-40-914Benzyl butyl phthalate201-622-785-68-715Triethylarsenate427-700-215606-95-8 Second Batch  In 2009, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) announced the second batch of 15 high attention categoriesVHC ListSubstance nameCASnameCommon usesAnthracene90640-80-5Rubber products, rubber oil, tiresAnthracene oil, anthracene paste, light oil91995-17-4Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, anthracene fraction91995-15-2Anthracene oil with low anthracene content90640-82-7Anthracene oil, anthracene paste90640-81-6High temperature coal tar asphalt659969-93-2Used for coatings, plastics, rubberAcrylamide1979-6-1Flocculants, adhesives, soil amendments, paper making aids, fiber modification and resin processing agentsAluminosilicate Refractory Ceramic Fibres-Industrial insulation, sealing, and anti-corrosion materials; Insulation and insulation materials for electric heating devices; Insulation and insulation materials for instruments, equipment, and heating elements; Thermal insulation materials for the automotive industryZirconia aluminum silicate refractory ceramic fiber-2,4-Dinitrotoluene121-14-2Manufacturing dye intermediates, explosives, paints, coatingsDiisobutyl phthalate84-69-5Plasticizers for resins and rubber, widely used in industries such as plastics, rubber, paint, lubricants, emulsifiers, etcLead chromate7758-97-6It can be used as a yellow pigment, oxidant, and match ingredient, as well as a pigment for oil-based synthetic resin coatings, printing inks, watercolors, and oil paints, as well as a colorant for colored paper, rubber, and plastic productsMolybdenum chromium red (C.I. pigment red 104)12656-85-8Used for coloring coatings, inks, and plastic productsLead Chrome Yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34)1344-37-2Used for manufacturing coatings, inks, color pastes, stationery, plastics, plastic powder, rubber, oil color pigments, and other coloring materialsTri (2-chloroethyl) phosphate115-96-8Flame retardants, flame retardant plasticizers, metal extractants, lubricants, gasoline additives, and polyimide processing modifiers  Third batch  On June 18, 2010, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) announced the third batch of 8 high attention categoriesSubstance (SVHC) ListSerial NumberSubstance nameEC nameCASname1TRICHLOROETHYLENE201-167-41979-1-62Boric acid233-139-2/234-343-410043-35-3/11113-50-13Sodium tetraborate, anhydrous215-540-41330-43-412179-04-31303-96-44Sodium tetraborate, hydrate235-541-312267-73-15sodium chromate231-889-57775-11-36potassium chromate232-140-57789-00-67Ammonium Dichromate232-143-17789-9-58potassium dichromate231-906-67778-50-9  Fourth batch  2010 On December 15, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the fourth batch of 8 substances of high concern (SVHC) listsEdit nameSVHC List of Substances of Concernuse toSubstance Name (Chinese)Substance Name(En)EC NumberCAS Number1cobalt sulfateSulfuric acid,cobalt(2+) salt (1:1)233-334-210124-43-3Production of other chemicals, more commonly used as catalysts, desiccants, surface treatment agents (such as electroplating), anti-corrosion, coloring, decolorization, batteries, etc2cobaltous nitratecobaltous nitrate233-402-110141-05-6Production of other chemicals, more used as catalysts, surface treatments, batteries, etc3Cobalt carbonateCobaltous carbonate208-169-4513-79-1Production of other chemicals for use as catalysts, food additives, pigments, adhesives, etc4Cobalt acetateCobaltous acetate200-755-871-48-7Produce other chemicals for use as catalysts, surface treatments, alloys, pigments, dyes, rubber, adhesives, and food additives.52- methoxyethanolEthanol, 2-methoxy-,calcium salt (2:1);203-713-7109-86-4Pigments, catalysts, and their use in the ceramic industry62-Ethoxyethanol2-(2-methoxyethoxy)ethanol203-804-1110-80-5Ceramic glaze and paint drying agents are also used in electroplating, alkaline batteries, production of cobalt containing pigments and other cobalt products, as well as catalysts, analytical reagents, feed additives, tire adhesives, and lithopone additives7Chromium trioxide andChromium trioxide215-607-81333-82-0Metal finishing agent, fixing agent for water-based wood preservatives8Chromic acid/dichromate/chromic acid and dichromate oligomersChromic acidDichromic acid231-801-5236-881-57738-94-513530-68-2When chromium trioxide dissolves in water, it produces chromic acid and dichromate; Chromium trioxide is mostly an aqueous solution, therefore, chromic acid, dichromate, and chromium trioxide have the same purpose. Used for metal post-treatment and wood anti-corrosion stabilizer  Fifth batch  On June 20, 2011, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the fifth batch of seven substances of high concern (SVHC) listsSubstance nameEC nameCAS nameSVHC nature of the proposalPotential applications2-ethoxyethyl acetate203-839-2111-15-9Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicitySolvents in coatings and chemical industries, intermediates in the production of cyanoacrylate adhesives.Strontium chromate232-142-67789-6-2Article 57 (a), CarcinogensBuffer used in aviation/aerospace mixed coatings, steel and aluminum coils, and automotive coatings1,2-benzenedicarboxylic acid di (C7-11 branched and linear) alkyl (alcohol) ester271-084-668515-42-4Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicityPVC, foam, plasticizer in adhesives and coatingsHydrazine, also known as hydrazine206-114-9302-01-27803-57-8Article 57 (a), CarcinogensAs an intermediate in the manufacturing of hydrazine derivatives, it serves as a monomer for polymerization reactions, a preservative in water treatment, metal and chemical refining, and can also be used as fuel for aerospace propellants and military (emergency) power plants.1-Methylpyrrolidone212-828-1872-50-4Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicitySolvents for coatings and washing products in the manufacturing of electronic and electrical equipment are also used in the semiconductor industry, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and agricultural chemicals.1,2,3-Trichloropropane202-486-196-18-4Article 57 (a) and (c), Carcinogens and reproductive toxicityIn chlorinated solvents and agricultural production intermediates, they are also used as monomers and were previously used as removers and degreasers for paints and varnishes.Diisoheptyl phthalate276-158-171888-89-6Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicityPlasticizers for PVC, sealants, coatings, and printing inks.Cobalt Chloride*231-589-47646-79-9Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicityIntermediates made of cobalt compounds, used in tire adhesives, organic textile dyes, paint dryers, surface treatment processes for glass and ceramic sanitary ware, colorants or fading agents, used in varistors, magnets, or humidity indicators.  Sixth batch  On December 19, 2011, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the sixth batch of 20 substances of high concern (SVHC) listSubstance nameCAS NO.EC NO.SVHC classificationPotential useChromium chromate24613-89-6246-356-2CMR2 class carcinogens用于在航空航天,钢铁和铝涂层等行业的金属表面混合物。Potassium zinc chromate hydroxide11103-86-9234-329-8CMR2 class carcinogensCoatings for aerospace, steel, aluminum coils, automobiles, etc.Zinc Yellow49663-84-5256-418-0CMR2 class carcinogensAutomotive coatings, aerospace coatings.Aluminum silicate refractory ceramic fiber (RCF)--CMR2 class carcinogensRefractory ceramic fiber groups are mainly used in high-temperature fire protection, industrial applications (industrial furnaces and equipment fire protection, automotive and aerospace equipment), and construction, as well as in the production of fire protection equipmentZirconia aluminum silicate refractory ceramic fiber (Zr RCF)--CMR2 class carcinogensRefractory ceramic fiber groups are mainly used in high-temperature fire protection, industrial applications (industrial furnaces and equipment fire protection, automotive and aerospace equipment), and construction, as well as in the production of fire protection equipmentPolymer of formaldehyde and aniline25214-70-4500-036-1CMR2 class carcinogensMainly used for the production of other substances, with a small amount used as epoxy resin curing agentdimethylglycol phthalate117-82-8204-212-6CMR2 class reproductive toxic substancesECHA has not received any registration regarding this substance. The main uses include plasticizers, coatings, pigments, and printing inks in plastic products.o-anisidine90-04-0201-963-1CMR2 class carcinogensMainly used for dye production of tattoos and coloring paper, polymers and aluminum foilP-tert-octylphenol140-66-9205-426-2Substances with the same toxicityUsed for the production of polymer formulations and polyoxyethylene ethers. It will also be used as a component for adhesives, coatings, ink, and rubber.1,2-dichloroethane107-06-2203-458-1CMR2 class carcinogensUsed to manufacture other substances, in small quantities as solvents in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.Diethylene glycol dimethyl ether111-96-6203-924-4CMR2 class reproductive substancesMainly used as reaction reagents in chemistry, as well as in battery electrolysis solutions and other products such as sealants, adhesives, fuels, and automotive care productsArsenic acid, original arsenic acid7778-39-4231-901-9CMR2 class carcinogensMainly used as a defoamer for ceramic glass melting and laminated printed circuit boardscalcium arsenate7778-44-1231-904-5CMR2 class carcinogensRaw materials for the production of copper, lead, and precious metals, mainly used as precipitators for copper smelting and the production of arsenic trioxideLead arsenate3687-31-8222-979-5CMR1 class reproductive toxic substances&CMR2 class carcinogensRaw materials for producing copper, lead, and precious metalsN. N-Dimethylacetamide (DMAC)127-19-5204-826-4CMR2 class reproductive toxic substancesUsed for the production of solvents, various substances, and fibers. It will also be used in reagents, industrial coatings, polyimide films, paint removers, and ink removers4,4'-Diamino group-3,3'-Dichlorodiphenylmethane (MOCA)101-14-4202-918-9CMR2 class carcinogensMainly used for the production of resin curing agents and polymers, as well as architecture and artPhenolphthalein1977-9-8201-004-7CMR2 class carcinogensMainly used for laboratory reagents, pH test strips, and medical productslead azide13424-46-9236-542-1CMR2 class reproductive toxic substancesMainly used as a starter or booster for civilian and military use, as well as a starter for detonators and pyrotechnic devices2,4,6-lead styphnate15245-44-0239-290-0CMR2 class reproductive toxic substancesMainly used as a primer for small caliber rifle ammunition, commonly used in military ammunition, powder drive devices, and for civilian detonators.Lead picrate6477-64-1229-335-2CMR2 class reproductive toxic substancesECHA has not received any registration for this substance, as lead picrate is an explosive substance that is used in small amounts in detonator mixtures.  Seventh batch  On June 18, 2012, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the seventh batch of 13 substances of high concern (SVHC) listsSubstance nameEC No. (CAS No.)classificationPossible Applications in the Textile and Footwear IndustryTEGDME; triglyme112-49-2(203-977-3)R, Cat. 1B·Lubricants and additives·Not commonly used in the textile and footwear industriesEGDME110-71-4(203-794-9)R, Cat. 1B·Composition of water-soluble ink for flexographic gravure printing·Glass cleaning agent·Not commonly used in the textile and footwear industries4,4 '- bis (dimethylamino) -4' '- methylamino triphenyl methanol*561-41-1(209-218-25)C, Cat. 1B·C.I.Solvent Purple 8·Used for inks and dyes4,4 '- bis (dimethylamino) benzophenone (Mickey ketone)90-94-8(202-027-5)C, Cat. 1B·Intermediates for the production of triphenylmethane dyes, such as C.I. alkaline yellow 2, C.I. solvent yellow 34, and C.I. alkaline purple 3.·Used as an additive for dyes and pigmentsC.I.Alkaline Purple 3*548-62-9(208-953-6)C, Cat. 1B·Used for applying ink·Dyes for wood, silk, and paper·Used for dyeing polyacrylonitrile fibersC.I.Alkaline Purple 26 *2580-56-5(219-943-6)C, Cat. 1B·Used for printing ink, paint, and pigments·Used for dyeing textiles, plastics, paper, and woodDiboron trioxide1303-86-2(215-125-8)R, Cat. 1B·For paint and coatings·Used for textile dyeing and post-processingformamide1975-12-7(200-842-0)R, Cat. 1B·Solvent used in the production of synthetic leather and ink·Byproducts of producing ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer (EVA)Lead methanesulfonate17570-76-2(401-750-5)R, Cat. 1A·For electroplating·Not commonly used in the textile and footwear industriesN,N,N',N'-tetramethyl-4,4'- Diaminodiphenylmethane (Michaelis base)101-61-1(202-959-2)C, Cat. 1B·Intermediates for the production of dyes and pigments, such as C.I. alkaline yellow 2, C.I. alkaline orange 14, C.I. solvent yellow 34C.I. Solvent Blue 4 *6786-83-0(229-851-8)C, Cat. 1B·Used as ink and dye·Used for dyeing feathers, plastic, and woodTGIC: 1,3,5-tris (epoxyethylmethyl) -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6- (1H, 3H, 5H) - trione2451-62-9(219-514-3)M, Cat. 1B·Mainly used as a crosslinking agent for polyester powder·Metal surface treatment coating·Resin and coating curing agentβ- TGIC: 1,3,5-tris [(2S and 2R) -2,3-epoxypropyl] -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6- (1H, 3H, 5H) - trione59653-74-6(423-400-0)M, Cat. 1B·Used as a screen printing, adhesive, and plastic stabilizer*The proposed candidate list, for example, is based on the presence of the carcinogenic ingredient Michaeldron in these substances; (EC No.: 202-027-5) or/and Michaelis base (EC No.: 202-959-2) with a weight ≥ 0.1% are considered.  Eighth batch  On December 19, 2012, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the eighth batch of 54 substances of high concern (SVHC) listsSubstance nameEC No. (CAS No.)classificationPossible Applications in the Textile and Footwear IndustryC.I.Pigment Yellow 41232-382-1(8012-00-8)reproductive toxicityPaint, coating, glass ceramic products2-Methoxy-5-methylaniline204-419-1(120-71-8)carcinogenicitySynthesis of intermediates and dyesPERFLUOROUNDECANOIC ACID218-165-4(2058-94-8)vPvBPaint, paper, leather, textiles, etcMethyl hexahydrophthalic anhydride, 4-methylhexahydrophthalic anhydride, methylhexahydrophthalic anhydride, 3-methylhexahydrophthalic anhydride, including all four substances, including left and right handed monomers, as well as all corresponding combinations of left and right handed substances247-094-1, 243-072-0, 256-356-4, 260-566-1(25550-51-0, 19438-60-9, 48122-14-1, 57110-29-9)Substances of equal concern - may pose serious risks to human healthResin, rubber, polymerHexahydrophthalic anhydride, including the left-handed and right-handed monomers of the substance, as well as all combinations of left-handed and right-handed (ciscyclohexane-1,2-dicarboxylic anhydride)201-604-9, 236-086-3, 238-009-9(85-42-7, 13149-00-3, 14166-21-3)Substances of equal concern - may pose serious risks to human healthIntermediates, resin modifiers, and epoxy resin curing agentsDibutyl tin (DBT)211-670-0(683-18-1)Reproductive toxicityLead fluoroborate237-486-0(13814-96-5)reproductive toxicityElectroplating, welding, and analytical reagentsLEAD NITRATE233-245-9(10099-74-8)reproductive toxicityDyes, tanned leather, and pigmentsLead silicate234-363-3(11120-22-2)reproductive toxicityGlass enamel products4-Phenylazoaniline200-453-6(60-09-3)carcinogenicityLead zirconium titanate235-727-4(12626-81-2)reproductive toxicityOptical products, electronic products, electronic ceramic partsHuangdan (lead oxide)215-267-0(1317-36-8)reproductive toxicityGlass products, ceramics, pigments, rubbero-Toluidine202-429-0(95-53-4)carcinogenicityDye intermediates3-Ethyl-2-methyl-2- (3-methylbutyl) oxazolidine421-150-7(143860-04-2)reproductive toxicityRubber productsSubstances containing lead silicic acid and barium salts in a ratio of 1:1 (the concentration of lead is above the general limit concentration and has a reproducive toxicity).The index name of this substance in Annex VI of the CLP regulation is 082-001-00-6 (lead doped barium silicate)272-271-5(68784-75-8)reproductive toxicityGlassbasic lead carbonate215-290-6(1319-46-6)reproductive toxicityPaint, Coatings, Ink, and Plastic productsfuran203-727-3(110-00-9)carcinogenicitySolvent, organic synthesisN,N-dimethylformamide200-679-5(68-12-2)reproductive toxicityPolyurethane synthetic leather, printed circuit board, polyacrylonitrileP-tert-octylphenol ethoxyether, including substances, UVCB substances, polymers, and homologues —(—)Substances of equal concern - may pose serious environmental hazardsPaint, ink, paper, glue, textilesBranched or linear nonylphenols, including all independent isomers containing 9 carbon alkyl chains and all UVCB substances containing linear or branched 9 carbon alkyl chains —(—)Substances of equal concern - may pose serious environmental hazardsPaint, ink, paper, glue, textiles3.3'-dimethyl-4.4'diaminodiphenylmethane212-658-8(838-88-0)carcinogenicityDye intermediatesdiethyl sulfate200-589-6(64-67-5)Carcinogenicity, mutagenicityProduction of dyes and polymersdimethyl sulfate201-058-1(77-78-1)carcinogenicityProduction of dyes and polymersLead oxide sulphate234-853-7(12036-76-9)reproductive toxicityPlastic productsPZT235-038-9(12060-00-3)reproductive toxicitySemiconductor, coating, electronic ceramic filterBasic lead acetate257-175-3(51404-69-4)reproductive toxicityPaints, coatings, paint removers, and thinnersDIBASIC LEAD PHTHALATE273-688-5(69011-06-9)reproductive toxicityPlastic productsdecabromodiphenyl ether(DecaBDE)214-604-9(1163-19-5)PBT、vPvBFlame retardantN-methylacetamide201-182-6(79-16-3)reproductive toxicityDye intermediatesDinitrobutanol201-861-7(88-85-7)reproductive toxicityPlastic productsethylene glycol diethyl ether211-076-1(629-14-1)reproductive toxicityPaint, ink, intermediatesTribasic lead sulfate235-380-9(12202-17-4)reproductive toxicityPigments, Plastic products, and batteriesN-Amyl isoamyl phthalate-776219reproductive toxicityplasticizerBis (octadecanoic acid group) dioxotrimethyl lead235-702-8(12578-12-0)reproductive toxicityPlastic productsTetraethyl lead201-075-4(78-00-2)reproductive toxicityDye additivesComplex of lead oxide and lead sulfate235-067-7(12065-90-6)reproductive toxicityPlastic products, batteriesPerfluorinated tridecanoic acid276-745-2(72629-94-8)vPvBPaint, paper, textiles, leather, etcPerfluoro dodecanoic acid206-203-2(307-55-1)vPvBPaint, paper, leather, textiles, etcPerfluorinated tetradecanoic acid206-803-4vPvBPaint, paper, leather, textiles, etcN-Propyl Bromide203-445-0(106-94-5)reproductive toxicityDrugs, dyes, spices, intermediatesmethoxyacetic acid210-894-6(625-45-6)reproductive toxicityintermediate2,4-diaminotoluene202-453-1(95-80-7)carcinogenicityDyes, pharmaceutical intermediates, and other organic synthesisPropylene oxide200-879-2(75-56-9)Carcinogenicity, MutagenicityintermediateDibasic lead phosphite (lead oxide phosphate)235-252-2(12141-20-7)reproductive toxicityStabilizers for plasticsO-aminoazotoluene202-591-2(97-56-3)carcinogenicityDye intermediatesBranched and straight chain 1,2-phenyldicarboxylic dipentyl ester284-032-2(84777-06-0)reproductive toxicityplasticizer4,4'-Diaminodiphenyl ether202-977-0(101-80-4)Carcinogenicity, MutagenicitySynthesis of dye intermediates and resinsRed lead215-235-6(1314-41-6)reproductive toxicityGlass products, ceramics, pigments, and rubber4-Aminobiphenyl202-177-1(92-67-1)carcinogenicityDyes and pesticide intermediatesdiisopentyl phthalate(DIPP)210-088-4(605-50-5)reproductive toxicityplasticizerC16-18-Fatty acid lead salt292-966-7(91031-62-8)reproductive toxicityPlastic productsazodicarbonamide204-650-8(123-77-3)Substances of equal concern - may pose serious environmental hazardsPolymer, glue, inkDibasic lead sulfite (II)263-467-1(62229-08-7)reproductive toxicityGlass enamel productsAminocyanide lead (2+) salt(1:1)244-073-9(20837-86-9)reproductive toxicityantirust  Ninth batch  On June 20, 2013, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the ninth batch of six substances of high concern (SVHC) listsSubstance nameEC No. (CAS No.)classificationPossible Applications in the Textile and Footwear Industrycadmium231-152-8(7440-43-9)Carcinogenic Class 1B, equivalent substance that can cause serious effects on humans·Used for the production of battery electrodes·Used as an anti-corrosion coating·Used for the production of catalysts, alloys, and solar cells·Used as a pigment·As a stabilizer for plastics and polymersFifteenth generation ammonium fluorooctanoate (perfluorooctanoic acid amine)223-320-4(3825-26-1)reproductive toxicity·Used for the production of fluoropolymers and fluororubbers·Emulsifier used in the production of non stick kitchen utensilsPerfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)206-397-9(335-67-1)reproductive toxicity1B class,PBT·Used for the production of fluoropolymers and fluororubbers·Emulsifier used in the production of non stick kitchen utensilsdiamyl phthalate (DPP)205-017-9(131-18-0)reproductive toxicity·Used as a plasticizer in PVC4-Nonyl (branched and straight chain) phenol ethyl ether —(—)Substances of equal concern·Used for mining·Used in the manufacturing of detergents·Used for paints, coatings, and varnishes·Used for processing leather and textilesCadmium oxide215-146-2(1306-19-0)Carcinogenicity, equivalent substance that can cause serious effects on humans·Used for the production of battery electrodes·By electroplating and producing anti-corrosion coatings·Used for the production of glass, alloys, and optoelectronic devices·Used for the production of catalysts, pigment boxes, and ceramic glazes·Used to enhance the thermal resistance of polymers   On December 16, 2013, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) officially released the list of seven substances of high concern (SVHC) in the tenth batchSubstance nameEC No.(CAS No.)classificationPotential useCadmium sulphide Cadmium sulfide215-147-8( 1306-23-6)Carcinogenicity, equivalent substance that can cause serious effects on humansPigments, semiconductors, plastic stabilizersDisodium3,3'-[[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,4'-diylbis(azo)]bis(4- aminonaphthalene-1-sulphonate) (C.I. Direct Red 28) C.I.直接红28209-358-4 (573-58-0)carcinogenicDyes, pH indicatorsDisodium4-amino-3-[[4'-[(2,4-diaminophenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-5-hydroxy-6-(phenylazo)naphthalene-2,7-disulphonate (C.I. Direct Black 38) C.I.direct black 38217-710-3 (1937-37-7)carcinogenicdyeDihexyl Phthalate dihexyl phthalate201-559-5( 84-75-3 )reproductive toxicityplasticizerImidazolidine-2-thione(2-imidazoline-2-thiol) 2-Thioimidazoline202-506-9 (96-45-7 )reproductive toxicityRubber products and tiresLead di(acetate) Lead acetate206-104-4 (301-04-2 )reproductive toxicityPaint and coating, electrical equipmentTrixylyl Phosphonate246-677-8 (25155-23-1)reproductive toxicityAdditives for flame retardants and lubricants in plastics
Project introduction: What is REACH - 'Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals' is a regulation of the European Union for the preventive management of all chemicals entering its market. It was officially implemented on June 1, 2007.
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The main content of REACH

 

The Impact of REACH System on China's Export Trade

1. Wide range of industries affected: In addition to having a direct impact on chemical enterprises, REACH will have an impact on all enterprises producing downstream chemical products, including textiles, electromechanical, toys, furniture, etc., involving over 1 million types of products.

2. The export cost of enterprises has greatly increased: according to EU estimates, the basic testing cost for each chemical substance is about 85000 euros, and the testing cost for each new substance is about 570000 euros.

3. The required amount of data is large: REACH requires a series of registration archive technical documents such as chemical safety data sheets, safety assessment reports, and risk assessments, which involve a complex and massive amount of data.

Introduction to the REACH instruction

What is REACH - 'Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals' is a regulation of the European Union for the preventive management of all chemicals entering its market. It was officially implemented on June 1, 2007.

The purpose of REACH

Protecting human health and the environment; Maintain and enhance the competitiveness of the EU chemical industry; Increase the transparency of chemical information; Reduce vertebrate testing; Consistent with the international obligations of the European Union under the WTO framework.

In essence, REACH regulations will promote innovation in the chemical industry, enabling it to produce safer products, stimulating competition and growth. Unlike the current complex regulatory system, REACH will create a unified chemical management system within the EU, enabling enterprises to produce new chemicals and their products following the same principles.

Implementation Timetable

REACH officially implemented on June 1, 2007

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) was established and put into operation in June 2008

Pre registration of Phase in Substances from June 1 to December 1, 2008

Established the Substance Information Exchange Forum (SIEF) in January 2009

Chemical substances with an annual production or import volume of over 1000 tons in December 2010; CMR substances classified into categories 1 and 2 according to Directive 67/548/EEC with an annual production or import volume of more than 1 ton; Registration of substances with an annual production or import volume of over 100 tons classified as highly toxic aquatic organisms causing long-term negative impacts on the aquatic environment according to Directive 67/548/EEC N: R50-53

Registration of chemical substances with an annual production or import volume of over 100 tons completed in June 2013

Registration of chemical substances with an annual production or import volume of over 1 ton completed in June 2018

Note: After June 1, 2008, the submission of registration documents was officially accepted.

Chemical substances produced and sold within the EU must be registered before the prescribed registration deadline, and new chemical substances must be registered before being put on the market.

We can provide the following services:

1. Professional testing services

-Professional SVHC substance testing services

-Restricted substance testing services in Annex XVII

-Preparation of SDS (Chemical Safety Data Sheet)

2. Collection and transmission of supply chain information

-List all substances in the product

-Data query, collecting existing data on substances

-Prepare chemical data sheets

-Identify missing information, obtain new data/propose testing plans

-Analyze the possibility of exposure

3. Document organization and writing:

-Can conduct a Chemical Safety Assessment (CSA) and write a Chemical Safety Report (CSR)

-Chemical Safety Property Prediction (QSARs) Technology

-Organizing and Writing Technical Archives

4. Provide professional advice:

-Expert recommendations for toxicological and ecotoxicological testing of chemical safety assessment

-Guidance on finding substitutes and improvements for chemical components in products

-Guidance on management measures for production, storage and transportation, and supply chain

Registration

All existing and new chemicals with an annual production capacity exceeding 1 ton, as well as chemical substances used in various products, are required to register their basic information. Only registered substances can be produced or imported within the EU.

Each manufacturer and importer of a substance must submit a registration file for that substance to the Chemical Administration and pay the corresponding fee. However, it is required to jointly submit registration information for the same substance, following the principle of 'one substance, one registration'. As a member of joint registration, the registration fee can be shared with other members.

In order to facilitate management and accept the submission of a large number of registration records, the registration records submitted to the Chemical Department need to be processed electronically. The Chemical Administration will give each received registration file a registration number and date, and immediately transmit this information to the registrant.

Within three weeks after submitting the registration documents, the Chemical Department will conduct a completeness confirmation of the submitted registration documents to confirm that the file meets the requirements for REACH registration. If the registration dossier is incomplete, the Chemical Administration will notify the registrant to submit further information within the prescribed time limit within three weeks from the date of registration submission, in order to complete the registration dossier.

For phased substances, a pre registration procedure is provided. By pre registering the substance, it can continue to be produced and sold within the EU, as long as it is officially registered before the specified deadline.

For phased substances, there are a large number of registrations that need to be completed within the deadline. Therefore, for each registration submitted, the Chemical Department needs to check the completeness of the registration information within 3 weeks; However, for each registration submitted within 2 months before the deadline, the EU will check the completeness of the registration within 3 months.

The registrant is required to submit updated files to the Chemical Department within the set deadline and request the submission of missing information. Then the Chemical Department determines the submission date for these information and further checks the integrity of the updated files within 3 weeks.

If the registrant fails to complete the registration within the deadline, the registration will be rejected by the Chemical Administration, and the manufacturer or importer will not be able to start or continue the manufacture or import of the substance.

If necessary, the Chemical Administration will forward the registration records, registration number and date, and results of integrity checks to the authorities of member countries, manufacturers, and importers to establish that they can take action. Supplementary information submitted for incomplete archives, along with the results of the second integrity check, shall be submitted to the competent authority.

Evaluation

The first purpose is to evaluate the testing methods used by the industry to ensure product safety and to ensure that animal testing is minimized or avoided as much as possible.

The second purpose is to check whether it meets the registration requirements.

The third purpose is to examine the potential hazards of this substance to human health and the environment.

The evaluation provides a series of methods for regulatory authorities to require registrants, as well as a small number of downstream users, to provide further information.

There are two types of assessments: archival assessment and material assessment

File evaluation: The purpose of the management authority's inspection and testing is to avoid unnecessary animal testing and expenses, while also checking whether the registration file meets the registration requirements.

Material assessment: When a substance is suspected to pose a risk to human health and the environment (such as having a similar structure to another substance), the regulatory authority conducts a material assessment. Therefore, all technical archives of the same substance will be evaluated together, and any useful information will be taken into account.

Authorization

REACH recommends establishing a system to manage the use of substances of high concern, so that they can meet the requirements of the regulatory agency after being put on the market.

The management authorities require that effective information on substances and their use processes be taken into account to confirm that the risks arising from their use can be fully controlled or that their economic benefits outweigh the risks.

The first and second types of CMR substances that have irreversible effects on human health, as well as PBT and vPvB substances that can accumulate in biological organisms, are of high concern. Establish a security network for the evaluation system, and identify and identify other substances that have the same hazardous and irreversible effects as CMR, PBT, and vPvB substances one by one.

The regulatory authorities require that high concern substances under the REACH framework must apply for licenses for each use before the deadline, regardless of the amount used each time.

Applicants are obligated to demonstrate that the risks of the substances used can be fully controlled or that their economic benefits outweigh their harmfulness. In addition, applicants must also submit alternative development plans for this substance and a socio-economic analysis report for this substance.

The application will be reviewed by the Risk and Socioeconomic Analysis Committee of the Chemical Administration and a final decision will be made on whether to approve the use of this substance.

The Substance Information Exchange Forum (SIEF), due to the ease of obtaining experimental data on phased substances, can result in many potential registrants preparing to register the same substance at the same time. In order to facilitate the sharing of information among potential registrants of the same substance, the EU requires phased substance pre registration, taking this opportunity to understand how many potential registrants of the same substance are preparing to register, And potential registrants of the same substance will form the Substance Information Exchange Forum, abbreviated as SIEF. All potential registrants, downstream users, and third parties who pre register the same phased substance, or non registrants who possess the same phased substance, are participants in a substance information exchange forum (SIEF).

The purpose of each substance information exchange forum should be:

(a) Facilitate the exchange of information between potential registrants for registration purposes to avoid duplicate research.

(b) Agree on the classification and labeling of substances that may differ among potential registrants. On the Information Exchange Forum (SIEF), it is possible to:

1. 20 months after the regulations come into effect, check whether there have been any experimental studies;

2. Within 2 weeks, the holder of the test results shall issue a certificate to the searcher;

3. Negotiate cost sharing;

4. The holder of the test results shall provide the test results within 2 weeks after receiving the fees;

5. If there is no experiment, the participants will negotiate the trial bearer and cost sharing;

6. If the holder of the experimental results refuses to provide it, the management bureau shall provide the research abstract in a timely manner, and the holder of the results has the right to request that the expenses be shared equally.

Before conducting vertebrate experiments, participants in SIEF should query the database through SIEF to determine whether relevant studies have been conducted. If a relevant research result can be obtained within the SIEF, participants in the SIEF who need to conduct vertebrate experiments request to obtain the research result within a specified period of 2 months.

Within 2 weeks of making this request, the owner of the research result should provide proof of its cost to the requesting participant. Participants and everyone should take appropriate steps to reach an agreement on how to share costs. If an agreement cannot be reached on this, the cost should be evenly shared. Everyone should provide the research results within 2 weeks of receiving payment.

If a study involving vertebrate experiments cannot be obtained within SIEF, participants should contact other participants in SIEF who have submitted information on the use of the same or similar substances, as well as participants who may need to conduct the study; They should take all reasonable steps to agree who will represent the other participants in the experiment.

If the owner of a research result refuses to provide proof of the cost of the research or the research result itself to other participants, then other participants should assume that they cannot obtain any relevant research results within the SIEF and continue to act, unless other registrants submit a registration containing the research summary or main research summary. In these circumstances, the Chemical Department should make a timely decision to provide the research summary to other participants. Other registrants should have the right to demand that participants share the expenses equally, which can be enforced through national courts.

REACH Substances of High Concern (SVHC)

Substances that meet the requirements of Article 57 of REACH are usually considered a highly concerned substance (SVHC). For substances of high concern (SVHC) that meet the following conditions, notification is required in accordance with Article 7 (2) of REACH:

(1) The substance has been included in the list of candidate substances that require permission to be used (Annex XIV);

(2) The concentration of this substance in the article is greater than 0.1% (weight ratio W/W);

(3) The total amount of the substance in the items manufactured or imported by each manufacturer or importer each year exceeds 1 ton;

(4) The substance has not been registered for this purpose.

On June 30, 2008, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the first batch of 15 substances of high concern (SVHC) lists


Serial number

Substance

EC name

CAS name

1

Anthracene

204-371-1

120-12-7

2

4,4’-Diaminodiphenylmethane(4,4'Diaminodiphenylmethane)

202-974-4

101-77-9

3

Dibutyl phthalate

201-557-4

84-74-2

4

Cobalt dichloride

231-589-4

7646-79-9

5

Diarsenic pentaoxide

215-116-9

1303-28-2

6

diarsenic trioxide

215-481-4

1327-53-3

7

Sodium dichromate

234-190-3

7789-12-0 10588-01-9

8

5-tert-butyl-2,4,6-trinitro- m-xylene(musk xylene)

201-329-4

81-15-2

9

Bis(2- ethyl hexylphthalateDEHP)

204-211-0

117-81-7

10

Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major stationmasters identified (α–HBCDD, β-HBCDD, γ- HBCDD)

247-148-4

221-695-9

25637-99-4 Reach 3194-55-6(134237-51-7, 134237-50-6, 134237-52-8)

11

C10-13 短链氯化石蜡(Alkanes,C10-13,chloro(Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins))

287-476-5

85535-84-8

12

Bis tributyltin oxide

200-268-0

56-35-9

13

Lead hydrogen arsenate

232-064-2

7784-40-9

14

Benzyl butyl phthalate

201-622-7

85-68-7

15

Triethylarsenate

427-700-2

15606-95-8

 

Second Batch  In 2009, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) announced the second batch of 15 high attention categories

VHC List

Substance name

CASname

Common uses

Anthracene

90640-80-5

Rubber products, rubber oil, tires

Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, light oil

91995-17-4


Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, anthracene fraction

91995-15-2


Anthracene oil with low anthracene content

90640-82-7


Anthracene oil, anthracene paste

90640-81-6


High temperature coal tar asphalt

659969-93-2

Used for coatings, plastics, rubber

Acrylamide

1979-6-1

Flocculants, adhesives, soil amendments, paper making aids, fiber modification and resin processing agents

Aluminosilicate Refractory Ceramic Fibres

-

Industrial insulation, sealing, and anti-corrosion materials; Insulation and insulation materials for electric heating devices; Insulation and insulation materials for instruments, equipment, and heating elements; Thermal insulation materials for the automotive industry

Zirconia aluminum silicate refractory ceramic fiber

-


2,4-Dinitrotoluene

121-14-2

Manufacturing dye intermediates, explosives, paints, coatings

Diisobutyl phthalate

84-69-5

Plasticizers for resins and rubber, widely used in industries such as plastics, rubber, paint, lubricants, emulsifiers, etc

Lead chromate

7758-97-6

It can be used as a yellow pigment, oxidant, and match ingredient, as well as a pigment for oil-based synthetic resin coatings, printing inks, watercolors, and oil paints, as well as a colorant for colored paper, rubber, and plastic products

Molybdenum chromium red (C.I. pigment red 104)

12656-85-8

Used for coloring coatings, inks, and plastic products

Lead Chrome Yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34)

1344-37-2

Used for manufacturing coatings, inks, color pastes, stationery, plastics, plastic powder, rubber, oil color pigments, and other coloring materials

Tri (2-chloroethyl) phosphate

115-96-8

Flame retardants, flame retardant plasticizers, metal extractants, lubricants, gasoline additives, and polyimide processing modifiers

 

 

Third batch  On June 18, 2010, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) announced the third batch of 8 high attention categories

Substance (SVHC) List

Serial Number

Substance name

EC name

CASname

1

TRICHLOROETHYLENE

201-167-4

1979-1-6

2

Boric acid

233-139-2/234-343-4

10043-35-3/11113-50-1

3

Sodium tetraborate, anhydrous

215-540-4


1330-43-4
12179-04-3
1303-96-4

4

Sodium tetraborate, hydrate

235-541-3

12267-73-1

5

sodium chromate

231-889-5

7775-11-3

6

potassium chromate

232-140-5

7789-00-6

7

Ammonium Dichromate

232-143-1

7789-9-5

8

potassium dichromate

231-906-6

7778-50-9

 

 

Fourth batch  2010 On December 15, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the fourth batch of 8 substances of high concern (SVHC) lists

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SVHC List of Substances of Concern

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Substance Name (Chinese)

Substance Name(En)

EC Number

CAS Number

1

cobalt sulfate

Sulfuric acid,cobalt(2+) salt (1:1)

233-334-2

10124-43-3

Production of other chemicals, more commonly used as catalysts, desiccants, surface treatment agents (such as electroplating), anti-corrosion, coloring, decolorization, batteries, etc

2

cobaltous nitrate

cobaltous nitrate

233-402-1

10141-05-6

Production of other chemicals, more used as catalysts, surface treatments, batteries, etc

3

Cobalt carbonate

Cobaltous carbonate

208-169-4

513-79-1

Production of other chemicals for use as catalysts, food additives, pigments, adhesives, etc

4

Cobalt acetate

Cobaltous acetate

200-755-8

71-48-7

Produce other chemicals for use as catalysts, surface treatments, alloys, pigments, dyes, rubber, adhesives, and food additives.

5

2- methoxyethanol

Ethanol, 2-methoxy-,calcium salt (2:1);

203-713-7

109-86-4

Pigments, catalysts, and their use in the ceramic industry

6

2-Ethoxyethanol

2-(2-methoxyethoxy)ethanol

203-804-1

110-80-5

Ceramic glaze and paint drying agents are also used in electroplating, alkaline batteries, production of cobalt containing pigments and other cobalt products, as well as catalysts, analytical reagents, feed additives, tire adhesives, and lithopone additives

7

Chromium trioxide and

Chromium trioxide

215-607-8

1333-82-0

Metal finishing agent, fixing agent for water-based wood preservatives

8

Chromic acid/dichromate/chromic acid and dichromate oligomers

Chromic acidDichromic acid

231-801-5236-881-5

7738-94-513530-68-2

When chromium trioxide dissolves in water, it produces chromic acid and dichromate; Chromium trioxide is mostly an aqueous solution, therefore, chromic acid, dichromate, and chromium trioxide have the same purpose. Used for metal post-treatment and wood anti-corrosion stabilizer

 

 

Fifth batch  On June 20, 2011, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the fifth batch of seven substances of high concern (SVHC) lists

Substance name

EC name

CAS name

SVHC nature of the proposal

Potential applications

2-ethoxyethyl acetate

203-839-2

111-15-9

Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicity

Solvents in coatings and chemical industries, intermediates in the production of cyanoacrylate adhesives.

Strontium chromate

232-142-6

7789-6-2

Article 57 (a), Carcinogens

Buffer used in aviation/aerospace mixed coatings, steel and aluminum coils, and automotive coatings

1,2-benzenedicarboxylic acid di (C7-11 branched and linear) alkyl (alcohol) ester

271-084-6

68515-42-4

Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicity

PVC, foam, plasticizer in adhesives and coatings

Hydrazine, also known as hydrazine

206-114-9

302-01-27803-57-8

Article 57 (a), Carcinogens

As an intermediate in the manufacturing of hydrazine derivatives, it serves as a monomer for polymerization reactions, a preservative in water treatment, metal and chemical refining, and can also be used as fuel for aerospace propellants and military (emergency) power plants.

1-Methylpyrrolidone

212-828-1

872-50-4

Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicity

Solvents for coatings and washing products in the manufacturing of electronic and electrical equipment are also used in the semiconductor industry, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and agricultural chemicals.

1,2,3-Trichloropropane

202-486-1

96-18-4

Article 57 (a) and (c), Carcinogens and reproductive toxicity

In chlorinated solvents and agricultural production intermediates, they are also used as monomers and were previously used as removers and degreasers for paints and varnishes.

Diisoheptyl phthalate

276-158-1

71888-89-6

Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicity

Plasticizers for PVC, sealants, coatings, and printing inks.

Cobalt Chloride*

231-589-4

7646-79-9

Article 57 (c), Reproductive toxicity

Intermediates made of cobalt compounds, used in tire adhesives, organic textile dyes, paint dryers, surface treatment processes for glass and ceramic sanitary ware, colorants or fading agents, used in varistors, magnets, or humidity indicators.

 

 

Sixth batch  On December 19, 2011, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the sixth batch of 20 substances of high concern (SVHC) list

Substance name

CAS NO.

EC NO.

SVHC classification

Potential use

Chromium chromate

24613-89-6

246-356-2

CMR2 class carcinogens

用于在航空航天,钢铁和铝涂层等行业的金属表面混合物。

Potassium zinc chromate hydroxide

11103-86-9

234-329-8

CMR2 class carcinogens

Coatings for aerospace, steel, aluminum coils, automobiles, etc.

Zinc Yellow

49663-84-5

256-418-0

CMR2 class carcinogens

Automotive coatings, aerospace coatings.

Aluminum silicate refractory ceramic fiber (RCF)

-

-

CMR2 class carcinogens

Refractory ceramic fiber groups are mainly used in high-temperature fire protection, industrial applications (industrial furnaces and equipment fire protection, automotive and aerospace equipment), and construction, as well as in the production of fire protection equipment

Zirconia aluminum silicate refractory ceramic fiber (Zr RCF)

-

-

CMR2 class carcinogens

Refractory ceramic fiber groups are mainly used in high-temperature fire protection, industrial applications (industrial furnaces and equipment fire protection, automotive and aerospace equipment), and construction, as well as in the production of fire protection equipment

Polymer of formaldehyde and aniline

25214-70-4

500-036-1

CMR2 class carcinogens

Mainly used for the production of other substances, with a small amount used as epoxy resin curing agent

dimethylglycol phthalate

117-82-8

204-212-6

CMR2 class reproductive toxic substances

ECHA has not received any registration regarding this substance. The main uses include plasticizers, coatings, pigments, and printing inks in plastic products.

o-anisidine

90-04-0

201-963-1

CMR2 class carcinogens

Mainly used for dye production of tattoos and coloring paper, polymers and aluminum foil

P-tert-octylphenol

140-66-9

205-426-2

Substances with the same toxicity

Used for the production of polymer formulations and polyoxyethylene ethers. It will also be used as a component for adhesives, coatings, ink, and rubber.

1,2-dichloroethane

107-06-2

203-458-1

CMR2 class carcinogens

Used to manufacture other substances, in small quantities as solvents in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Diethylene glycol dimethyl ether

111-96-6

203-924-4

CMR2 class reproductive substances

Mainly used as reaction reagents in chemistry, as well as in battery electrolysis solutions and other products such as sealants, adhesives, fuels, and automotive care products

Arsenic acid, original arsenic acid

7778-39-4

231-901-9

CMR2 class carcinogens

Mainly used as a defoamer for ceramic glass melting and laminated printed circuit boards

calcium arsenate

7778-44-1

231-904-5

CMR2 class carcinogens

Raw materials for the production of copper, lead, and precious metals, mainly used as precipitators for copper smelting and the production of arsenic trioxide

Lead arsenate

3687-31-8

222-979-5

CMR1 class reproductive toxic substances&CMR2 class carcinogens

Raw materials for producing copper, lead, and precious metals

N. N-Dimethylacetamide (DMAC)

127-19-5

204-826-4

CMR2 class reproductive toxic substances

Used for the production of solvents, various substances, and fibers. It will also be used in reagents, industrial coatings, polyimide films, paint removers, and ink removers

4,4'-Diamino group-3,3'-Dichlorodiphenylmethane (MOCA)

101-14-4

202-918-9

CMR2 class carcinogens

Mainly used for the production of resin curing agents and polymers, as well as architecture and art

Phenolphthalein

1977-9-8

201-004-7

CMR2 class carcinogens

Mainly used for laboratory reagents, pH test strips, and medical products

lead azide

13424-46-9

236-542-1

CMR2 class reproductive toxic substances

Mainly used as a starter or booster for civilian and military use, as well as a starter for detonators and pyrotechnic devices

2,4,6-lead styphnate

15245-44-0

239-290-0

CMR2 class reproductive toxic substances

Mainly used as a primer for small caliber rifle ammunition, commonly used in military ammunition, powder drive devices, and for civilian detonators.

Lead picrate

6477-64-1

229-335-2

CMR2 class reproductive toxic substances

ECHA has not received any registration for this substance, as lead picrate is an explosive substance that is used in small amounts in detonator mixtures.

 

 

Seventh batch  On June 18, 2012, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the seventh batch of 13 substances of high concern (SVHC) lists

Substance name

EC No. (CAS No.)

classification

Possible Applications in the Textile and Footwear Industry

TEGDME; triglyme

112-49-2(203-977-3)

R, Cat. 1B

·Lubricants and additives
·Not commonly used in the textile and footwear industries

EGDME

110-71-4(203-794-9)

R, Cat. 1B

·Composition of water-soluble ink for flexographic gravure printing
·Glass cleaning agent
·Not commonly used in the textile and footwear industries

4,4 '- bis (dimethylamino) -4' '- methylamino triphenyl methanol*

561-41-1(209-218-25)

C, Cat. 1B

·C.I.Solvent Purple 8
·Used for inks and dyes

4,4 '- bis (dimethylamino) benzophenone (Mickey ketone)

90-94-8(202-027-5)

C, Cat. 1B

·Intermediates for the production of triphenylmethane dyes, such as C.I. alkaline yellow 2, C.I. solvent yellow 34, and C.I. alkaline purple 3.
·Used as an additive for dyes and pigments

C.I.Alkaline Purple 3*

548-62-9(208-953-6)

C, Cat. 1B

·Used for applying ink
·Dyes for wood, silk, and paper
·Used for dyeing polyacrylonitrile fibers

C.I.Alkaline Purple 26 *

2580-56-5(219-943-6)

C, Cat. 1B

·Used for printing ink, paint, and pigments
·Used for dyeing textiles, plastics, paper, and wood

Diboron trioxide

1303-86-2(215-125-8)

R, Cat. 1B

·For paint and coatings
·Used for textile dyeing and post-processing

formamide

1975-12-7(200-842-0)

R, Cat. 1B

·Solvent used in the production of synthetic leather and ink
·Byproducts of producing ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer (EVA)

Lead methanesulfonate

17570-76-2(401-750-5)

R, Cat. 1A

·For electroplating
·Not commonly used in the textile and footwear industries

N,N,N',N'-tetramethyl-4,4'- Diaminodiphenylmethane (Michaelis base)

101-61-1(202-959-2)

C, Cat. 1B

·Intermediates for the production of dyes and pigments, such as C.I. alkaline yellow 2, C.I. alkaline orange 14, C.I. solvent yellow 34

C.I. Solvent Blue 4 *

6786-83-0(229-851-8)

C, Cat. 1B

·Used as ink and dye
·Used for dyeing feathers, plastic, and wood

TGIC: 1,3,5-tris (epoxyethylmethyl) -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6- (1H, 3H, 5H) - trione

2451-62-9(219-514-3)

M, Cat. 1B

·Mainly used as a crosslinking agent for polyester powder
·Metal surface treatment coating
·Resin and coating curing agent

β- TGIC: 1,3,5-tris [(2S and 2R) -2,3-epoxypropyl] -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6- (1H, 3H, 5H) - trione

59653-74-6(423-400-0)

M, Cat. 1B

·Used as a screen printing, adhesive, and plastic stabilizer

*The proposed candidate list, for example, is based on the presence of the carcinogenic ingredient Michaeldron in these substances; (EC No.: 202-027-5) or/and Michaelis base (EC No.: 202-959-2) with a weight ≥ 0.1% are considered.

 

 

Eighth batch  On December 19, 2012, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the eighth batch of 54 substances of high concern (SVHC) lists

Substance name

EC No. (CAS No.)

classification

Possible Applications in the Textile and Footwear Industry

C.I.Pigment Yellow 41

232-382-1(8012-00-8)

reproductive toxicity

Paint, coating, glass ceramic products

2-Methoxy-5-methylaniline

204-419-1(120-71-8)

carcinogenicity

Synthesis of intermediates and dyes

PERFLUOROUNDECANOIC ACID

218-165-4(2058-94-8)

vPvB

Paint, paper, leather, textiles, etc

Methyl hexahydrophthalic anhydride, 4-methylhexahydrophthalic anhydride, methylhexahydrophthalic anhydride, 3-methylhexahydrophthalic anhydride, including all four substances, including left and right handed monomers, as well as all corresponding combinations of left and right handed substances

247-094-1, 243-072-0, 256-356-4, 260-566-1(25550-51-0, 19438-60-9, 48122-14-1, 57110-29-9)

Substances of equal concern - may pose serious risks to human health

Resin, rubber, polymer

Hexahydrophthalic anhydride, including the left-handed and right-handed monomers of the substance, as well as all combinations of left-handed and right-handed (ciscyclohexane-1,2-dicarboxylic anhydride)

201-604-9, 236-086-3, 238-009-9(85-42-7, 13149-00-3, 14166-21-3)

Substances of equal concern - may pose serious risks to human health

Intermediates, resin modifiers, and epoxy resin curing agents

Dibutyl tin (DBT)

211-670-0(683-18-1)

Reproductive toxicity


Lead fluoroborate

237-486-0(13814-96-5)

reproductive toxicity

Electroplating, welding, and analytical reagents

LEAD NITRATE

233-245-9(10099-74-8)

reproductive toxicity

Dyes, tanned leather, and pigments

Lead silicate

234-363-3(11120-22-2)

reproductive toxicity

Glass enamel products

4-Phenylazoaniline

200-453-6(60-09-3)

carcinogenicity


Lead zirconium titanate

235-727-4(12626-81-2)

reproductive toxicity

Optical products, electronic products, electronic ceramic parts

Huangdan (lead oxide)

215-267-0(1317-36-8)

reproductive toxicity

Glass products, ceramics, pigments, rubber

o-Toluidine

202-429-0(95-53-4)

carcinogenicity

Dye intermediates

3-Ethyl-2-methyl-2- (3-methylbutyl) oxazolidine

421-150-7(143860-04-2)

reproductive toxicity

Rubber products

Substances containing lead silicic acid and barium salts in a ratio of 1:1 (the concentration of lead is above the general limit concentration and has a reproducive toxicity).
The index name of this substance in Annex VI of the CLP regulation is 082-001-00-6 (lead doped barium silicate)

272-271-5(68784-75-8)

reproductive toxicity

Glass

basic lead carbonate

215-290-6(1319-46-6)

reproductive toxicity

Paint, Coatings, Ink, and Plastic products

furan

203-727-3(110-00-9)

carcinogenicity

Solvent, organic synthesis

N,N-dimethylformamide

200-679-5(68-12-2)

reproductive toxicity

Polyurethane synthetic leather, printed circuit board, polyacrylonitrile

P-tert-octylphenol ethoxyether, including substances, UVCB substances, polymers, and homologues

 —
(—)

Substances of equal concern - may pose serious environmental hazards

Paint, ink, paper, glue, textiles

Branched or linear nonylphenols, including all independent isomers containing 9 carbon alkyl chains and all UVCB substances containing linear or branched 9 carbon alkyl chains

 —
(—)

Substances of equal concern - may pose serious environmental hazards

Paint, ink, paper, glue, textiles

3.3'-dimethyl-4.4'diaminodiphenylmethane

212-658-8(838-88-0)

carcinogenicity

Dye intermediates

diethyl sulfate

200-589-6(64-67-5)

Carcinogenicity, mutagenicity

Production of dyes and polymers

dimethyl sulfate

201-058-1(77-78-1)

carcinogenicity

Production of dyes and polymers

Lead oxide sulphate

234-853-7(12036-76-9)

reproductive toxicity

Plastic products

PZT

235-038-9(12060-00-3)

reproductive toxicity

Semiconductor, coating, electronic ceramic filter

Basic lead acetate

257-175-3(51404-69-4)

reproductive toxicity

Paints, coatings, paint removers, and thinners

DIBASIC LEAD PHTHALATE

273-688-5(69011-06-9)

reproductive toxicity

Plastic products

decabromodiphenyl ether(DecaBDE)

214-604-9(1163-19-5)

PBT、vPvB

Flame retardant

N-methylacetamide

201-182-6(79-16-3)

reproductive toxicity

Dye intermediates

Dinitrobutanol

201-861-7(88-85-7)

reproductive toxicity

Plastic products

ethylene glycol diethyl ether

211-076-1(629-14-1)

reproductive toxicity

Paint, ink, intermediates

Tribasic lead sulfate

235-380-9(12202-17-4)

reproductive toxicity

Pigments, Plastic products, and batteries

N-Amyl isoamyl phthalate

-776219

reproductive toxicity

plasticizer

Bis (octadecanoic acid group) dioxotrimethyl lead

235-702-8(12578-12-0)

reproductive toxicity

Plastic products

Tetraethyl lead

201-075-4(78-00-2)

reproductive toxicity

Dye additives

Complex of lead oxide and lead sulfate

235-067-7(12065-90-6)

reproductive toxicity

Plastic products, batteries

Perfluorinated tridecanoic acid

276-745-2(72629-94-8)

vPvB

Paint, paper, textiles, leather, etc

Perfluoro dodecanoic acid

206-203-2(307-55-1)

vPvB

Paint, paper, leather, textiles, etc

Perfluorinated tetradecanoic acid

206-803-4

vPvB

Paint, paper, leather, textiles, etc

N-Propyl Bromide

203-445-0(106-94-5)

reproductive toxicity

Drugs, dyes, spices, intermediates

methoxyacetic acid

210-894-6(625-45-6)

reproductive toxicity

intermediate

2,4-diaminotoluene

202-453-1(95-80-7)

carcinogenicity

Dyes, pharmaceutical intermediates, and other organic synthesis

Propylene oxide

200-879-2(75-56-9)

Carcinogenicity, Mutagenicity

intermediate

Dibasic lead phosphite (lead oxide phosphate)

235-252-2(12141-20-7)

reproductive toxicity

Stabilizers for plastics

O-aminoazotoluene

202-591-2(97-56-3)

carcinogenicity

Dye intermediates

Branched and straight chain 1,2-phenyldicarboxylic dipentyl ester

284-032-2(84777-06-0)

reproductive toxicity

plasticizer

4,4'-Diaminodiphenyl ether

202-977-0(101-80-4)

Carcinogenicity, Mutagenicity

Synthesis of dye intermediates and resins

Red lead

215-235-6(1314-41-6)

reproductive toxicity

Glass products, ceramics, pigments, and rubber

4-Aminobiphenyl

202-177-1(92-67-1)

carcinogenicity

Dyes and pesticide intermediates

diisopentyl phthalate(DIPP)

210-088-4(605-50-5)

reproductive toxicity

plasticizer

C16-18-Fatty acid lead salt

292-966-7(91031-62-8)

reproductive toxicity

Plastic products

azodicarbonamide

204-650-8(123-77-3)

Substances of equal concern - may pose serious environmental hazards

Polymer, glue, ink

Dibasic lead sulfite (II)

263-467-1(62229-08-7)

reproductive toxicity

Glass enamel products

Aminocyanide lead (2+) salt(1:1)

244-073-9(20837-86-9)

reproductive toxicity

antirust

 

 Ninth batch  On June 20, 2013, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) released the ninth batch of six substances of high concern (SVHC) lists

Substance name

EC No. (CAS No.)

classification

Possible Applications in the Textile and Footwear Industry

cadmium

231-152-8(7440-43-9)

Carcinogenic Class 1B, equivalent substance that can cause serious effects on humans

·Used for the production of battery electrodes
·Used as an anti-corrosion coating
·Used for the production of catalysts, alloys, and solar cells
·Used as a pigment
·As a stabilizer for plastics and polymers

Fifteenth generation ammonium fluorooctanoate (perfluorooctanoic acid amine)

223-320-4(3825-26-1)

reproductive toxicity

·Used for the production of fluoropolymers and fluororubbers
·Emulsifier used in the production of non stick kitchen utensils

Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)

206-397-9(335-67-1)

reproductive toxicity1B class,PBT

·Used for the production of fluoropolymers and fluororubbers
·Emulsifier used in the production of non stick kitchen utensils

diamyl phthalate (DPP)

205-017-9(131-18-0)

reproductive toxicity

·Used as a plasticizer in PVC

4-Nonyl (branched and straight chain) phenol ethyl ether

 —
(—)

Substances of equal concern

·Used for mining
·Used in the manufacturing of detergents
·Used for paints, coatings, and varnishes
·Used for processing leather and textiles

Cadmium oxide

215-146-2(1306-19-0)

Carcinogenicity, equivalent substance that can cause serious effects on humans

·Used for the production of battery electrodes
·By electroplating and producing anti-corrosion coatings
·Used for the production of glass, alloys, and optoelectronic devices
·Used for the production of catalysts, pigment boxes, and ceramic glazes
·Used to enhance the thermal resistance of polymers

 

 

 On December 16, 2013, the European Chemical Administration (ECHA) officially released the list of seven substances of high concern (SVHC) in the tenth batch

Substance name

EC No.(CAS No.)

classification

Potential use

Cadmium sulphide Cadmium sulfide

215-147-8( 1306-23-6)

Carcinogenicity, equivalent substance that can cause serious effects on humans

Pigments, semiconductors, plastic stabilizers

Disodium3,3'-[[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,4'-diylbis(azo)]bis(4- aminonaphthalene-1-sulphonate) (C.I. Direct Red 28) C.I.直接红28

209-358-4 (573-58-0)

carcinogenic

Dyes, pH indicators

Disodium4-amino-3-[[4'-[(2,4-diaminophenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-5-hydroxy-6-(phenylazo)naphthalene-2,7-disulphonate (C.I. Direct Black 38) C.I.direct black 38

217-710-3 (1937-37-7)

carcinogenic

dye

Dihexyl Phthalate dihexyl phthalate

201-559-5( 84-75-3 )

reproductive toxicity

plasticizer

Imidazolidine-2-thione(2-imidazoline-2-thiol) 2-Thioimidazoline

202-506-9 (96-45-7 )

reproductive toxicity

Rubber products and tires

Lead di(acetate) Lead acetate

206-104-4 (301-04-2 )

reproductive toxicity

Paint and coating, electrical equipment

Trixylyl Phosphonate

246-677-8 (25155-23-1)

reproductive toxicity

Additives for flame retardants and lubricants in plastics

 

 

 

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