ECHA Targets Noncompliant Intermediate Registrants For Enforcement
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Firms that have not responded to the European Chemicals Agency’s prompts to update deficient registrations for intermediate substances have one month to do so before Member State enforcement bodies are invited to get involved. ECHA says 118 dossiers from 46 registrants, representing 77 chemical substances, are at issue.
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