REACH and CLP
A key European regulation adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals, while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry.
Do you know how REACH legislation affects your company? What kind of information should you ask for when importing products or materials from outside the European Union?
What are your obligations if you use Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) or substances that require authorisation?
All companies using chemical substances and mixtures in their production processes as well as companies that market these products, including articles, must comply with REACH legislation. If your company manufactures, imports or is a user of chemical substances, it must guarantee that it only manufactures, markets or uses those products that do not have a negative impact on human health or the environment.
AIMPLAS is your ideal technology partner to ensure that your company complies with the REACH Regulation. Our experts can offer you specialist advice tailored to the plastics sector, to solve any queries you may have on the obligations inherent to the REACH Regulation to ensure proper compliance.
If you have a general query about REACH, AIMPLAS can provide you with a comprehensive solution, ranging from the preparation of standard letters and certificates to be sent to suppliers and customers, through to the review and verification of your safety data sheets. We will check whether the information you have ensures compliance with REACH and, if not, we will correct it, and provide you with details about what information you need to ask suppliers for.
AIMPLAS’ knowledge on REACH legislation applicable to the plastics sector is second to none. We are the ideal technology partner and can prevent problems derived from ignorance about current legislation.