Are You Meeting the SVHC Obligations?

On 16 January 2020 the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) added 4 new Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) to grow the list to 205 chemicals

If your company is a manufacturer or downstream user any of the following, you may need to reevaluate your SVHC obligations: 

  • Acrylates
  • Catalysts
  • Carpet
  • Chemical synthesis
  • Coated products
  • Etch resists
  • Electrical
  • Electronic Equipment
  • Flame Retardants
  • Inks
  • Leather
  • Printing Inks
  • Printing plates
  • Polymers
  • Polycarbonate
  • Solder masks
  • Surface Coatings
  • Stain Repellent
  • Textiles
  • Water Repellent

Whether you sell directly into the EU or in your downstream supply chain, ensuring your raw materials and/or finished goods are ready for EU markets is critical. Our fact sheet delves into the details of the new regulations and provides an approach to help you understand the size and scope of your compliance obligations.

To learn more about the SVHC expansion and the impacts on your supply chain please fill out the form.

How Verisk 3E Can Help

Verisk 3E offers a comprehensive solution set to help customers satisfy the obligations set forth by REACH Article 33. The 2018 registration deadline has passed and sunset dates for substances on the Authorization List will come due, so it becomes increasingly important for manufacturers and importers to examine their supply chain to ensure compliance. 3E Connect, 3E’s web-based supply chain platform, stores and analyzes REACH information so that customers can evaluate not only their compliance status, but the compliance status of their suppliers.

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Download the 3E Connect REACH SVHC Compliance Fact Sheet