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ECHA Adds Another Two Substances Into the Candidate List of SVHCs


Helsinki, 14 June 2023 – The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) officially announced the addition of two substances of very high concern (SVHC), bringing the total number of substances on the SVHC list (also known as the Candidate List) to 235.

The detailed information on the two newly added substances is as follows:

Substance nameEC numberCAS numberExamples of use(s)
Diphenyl(2,4,6-trimethylbenzoyl)phosphine oxide278-355-875980-60-8Inks and toners, coating products, photo-chemicals, polymers, adhesives and sealants and fillers, putties, plasters, and modeling clay.  
 Bis(4-chlorophenyl) sulphone201-247-980-07-9 Manufacture of chemicals, plastic products and rubber products.

Warm Reminder

For products exported to the European Union that contain SVHC substances exceeding 0.1%, companies are obligated to fulfill information transmission and SCIP reporting requirements. If the export volume of SVHC substances exceeding 0.1% exceeds one ton per year, SVHC notification must also be conducted.

Corporate Responsibilities and Obligations

Companies need to be aware of their responsibilities and obligations regarding SVHC substances in their products:

  1. When the SVHC content in an article exceeds 0.1%, its suppliers must provide the recipient of the article with information on its safe use.
  2. Upon consumer request, sufficient information, including substance names and their concentrations, must be provided free of charge within 45 days.
  3. If the export volume exceeds one ton per year, importers and manufacturers of the article need to complete the notification to ECHA within six months from the date of exceeding the threshold.
  4. Starting from January 5, 2021, substances from the SVHC list present in articles at concentrations above 0.1% need to be submitted to ECHA’s SCIP database.
  5. Substances listed in the SVHC list may be included in the Authorization List in the future, requiring companies to apply for authorization to continue their use.

Source from www.cirs-group.com

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