SCIP Database Submissions Remain Due in January as ECHA Confirms No Delay will be Issued

October 6, 2020Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Despite industry groups requesting delay, the European Commission and ECHA confirmed that the January 2021 deadline remains

scipChemical Watch has reported that the European Commission and the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) have confirmed the notification requirements under the SCIP Database will proceed as planned, despite industry groups requesting a delay.

In September, the IPC Association and 40 industry groups called on European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen to postpone the January deadline for the SCIP Database and to study related issues further before it goes forward.

The Commission did not directly confirm whether or not President von der Leyen received or considered the delay request, but did state that the January 5, 2021 deadline to begin submitting information to the SCIP Database still stands.

The article from Chemical Watch about this announcement can be found online.

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GreenSoft has a solution for companies struggling to meet new SCIP Database obligations by January.

As part of our SCIP Database solution, we will collect data on reportable Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs) from your suppliers, including article and material classifications, and all other information needed for mandatory SCIP Database requirements. We then validate that data for accuracy, and convert it into SCIP dossier format for submissions to the SCIP Database.

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