ECHA publishes data requirements for new EU REACH database (SCIP)

September 19, 2019|Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

The ECHA publishes data requirements for new EU REACH SVHC

eu reach, echa-reachThe European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has released the data requirements for the upcoming EU REACH Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) database that will be launched by the organization in early 2020.

The database, known as SCIP, will contain information on “Substances of Concern in articles, as such or in complex objects (Products).”

Companies placing articles on the EU market which contain reportable levels of SVHCs will need to submit their product information into the SCIP database starting January 5, 2021.

Suppliers of articles will need to submit the following information to the SCIP database:

  • Information that allows the article to be identified
  • The name, concentration range, and location of the SVHC in the article
  • Information on the safe use of the article, including during disposal
  • Material Category of the material containing the SVHC

The detailed information requirements for the SCIP database (published September 9, 2019) can be accessed here.

GreenSoft can help manage EU REACH data and fulfillment requirements

GreenSoft is committed to providing the latest data services and software tools needed to support our customers’ ever-changing environmental compliance obligations.

We already help electrical and electronics manufacturers manage their current EU REACH obligations through our EU REACH Data Services and GreenData Manager software.

When the new SCIP database is launched, we will expand our EU REACH services and GreenData Manager software tools to include coverage of the database submission requirements.

Contact us to learn more about how GreenSoft can help you with your EU REACH compliance.

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