The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has just published the ruling on the 0.1% threshold for notifying SVHCs in articles applies to each of the articles incorporated as a component of a complex product rather than to the article as a whole. Impacts of these changes will be far reaching and will be felt across a broad range of industries.Continue Reading
Teresa Fenn, a Technical Director at RPA, will be presenting on the lessons learnt from coastal pathfinder projects in rollback and leaseback at the CIWEM conference on 6th October 2015 following completion of an evaluation of these schemes for Defra.Continue Reading
We have won a project to identify and evaluate the impact and consequences of implementing chemicals legislation for the European Commission!Continue Reading
We have five new members of staff joining our team.Continue Reading
ECHA’s Committees for Risk Assessment (RAC) and Socio-economic Analysis (SEAC) have recently published their final ‘combined’ opinion on the industrial use of trichloroethylene as a process chemical in caprolactam purification. The use was applied for in an application for authorisation submitted in August 2014 by Grupa Azoty S.A., one of Poland’s largest chemical companies.
RPA and their authorisation associates, FoBiG, were responsible for the development of the application dossier and collaborated with Grupa Azoty S.A. throughout all stages of the process.