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Arkema successfully completes its third registration phase under REACH

- Press release
Corporate - Social responsibility
May 31st 2018 marks the completion of the final phase in the registration process pursuant to the REACH* regulation. Arkema, through its highly dedicated teams, has registered 148 substances with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) for this final phase. des produits chimiques (ECHA).

The May 31st 2018 deadline, which marked the registration of substances produced or imported in annual quantities of 1 to 100 metric tonnes, represented a further major step for Arkema, as this involved 148 substances, In total, the Group has registered 425 substances over the course of the various REACH registration phases. A leader in a number of key chemical sectors, Arkema has acted as “lead registrant” in some 50 dossiers.

 

The Group, which has endorsed the objectives of this regulation from the outset, has mobilized a team of over 30 people: toxicologists, ecotoxicologists, and regulatory managers within the Product Safety and Environment Division, the Business Units and the Central Divisions in order to reach this goal within the set deadline.

 

As part of the REACH registration process and following this now complete registration phase, work and studies will continue on the evaluation of chemical substances with the aim of gaining further understanding of their properties and uses. This regulation represents a major source of progress in the control of risks and the protection of people and the environment. It is perfectly aligned with Arkema’s sustainable product stewardship strategy.

 

 

*REACH is the acronym of the English title of the regulation, namely “Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals”.

 

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Véronique OBRECHT
Corporate Press relations
Arkema
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