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Cruelty Free International Seeks ‘More Humane’ REACH With Phase-In Registrations Now Wrapped

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The NGO unveiled a six-point plan in July to reduce animal suffering under the European chemical regulation. Needs include greater funding to advance alternative methods and less red tape to encumber their regulatory approval, according to the animal-welfare group.

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REACH Phase-In Registration Is Over. Now What?

After 10 years and nearly 90,000 registrations, the phase-in period for existing chemicals under the EU’s REACH regulation is finished. New chemicals must continue to be registered, and substance dossiers have to kept up to date through ongoing cooperation between registrants, ECHA reminds industry.

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