EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve safety

EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve safety

  • eu inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve safety of chemicals Press releases 21 February 2019, Brussels – The comprehensive inventory of all plastic additives used to date in the EU, published today by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), is an important step towards better risk assessment of these substances under REACH and ...

  • eu inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    The European Chemical Industry Council, AISBL . Belliard, 40 - 1040 Brussels - Belgium

  • eu inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    The comprehensive inventory of all plastic additives used to date in the EU, published today by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), is an important step towards better risk assessment of these substances under REACH and CLP.

  • eu inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve

    EU Transparency Register n°: 454264611835-56 EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve safety of chemicals 21 February 2019, Brussels. – The comprehensive inventory of all plastic additives used to date in the EU, published today by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), is an important step towards better risk

  • cefic, echa, eu member states collaborate to identify plastic

    Cefic, ECHA, EU Member States Collaborate to Identify Plastic

    This move is expected to further improve the safety of chemicals. Brussels/Belgium – The comprehensive inventory of all plastic additives used to date in the EU, published recently by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), is an important step towards better risk assessment of these substances under Reach and CLP.

  • plastic additives inventory published | food packaging forum

    Plastic additives inventory published | Food Packaging Forum

    CEFIC (February 21, 2019). “EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve safety of chemicals.” ECHA (February 21, 2019). “High-volume plastic additives mapped.” ECHA (2016). “Plastic additives initiative.” Luke Buxton (February 21, 2019). “Echa publishes inventory of additives in plastics.” Chemical Watch

  • cefic | european chemical industry council

    Cefic | European Chemical Industry Council

    EU inventory of all plastic additives will further improve safety of chemicals. Brussels, 21th February 2019 - The comprehensive inventory of all plastic additives used to date in the EU, published today by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), is an important step towards better risk assessment of these substances under REACH and CLP.

  • mapping exercise – plastic additives initiative - echa

    Mapping exercise – Plastic additives initiative - ECHA

    An additive was defined according to Article 3(7) of Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 on plastic food contact materials, meaning a substance which is intentionally added to plastics to achieve a physical or chemical effect during processing of the plastic or in the final material or article, and which is intended to be present in the final material or article.

  • database - food safety - european commission

    Database - Food Safety - European Commission

    Access the Additives Database. ... Health and food audits and analysis ; European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) ... European Union. EU institutions;

  • plastic additives initiative - echa

    Plastic additives initiative - ECHA

    The project, which lasted for two years until December 2018, generated an overview of over 400 additives in plastics used in high volumes in the EU, and looked at how use and exposure information could be used to focus the regulatory work by authorities under REACH.

  • home - echa - newsletter.echa.europa.eu

    Home - ECHA - newsletter.echa.europa.eu

    For example, the list only contains those substances that EU industry has confirmed are being used as plastic additives. Those plastic additives that are only used in imported plastic articles, as well as substances registered for amounts lower than 100 tonnes per year, were excluded from the overview.

  • new inventory of plastic additives | food packaging forum

    New inventory of plastic additives | Food Packaging Forum

    In an article published on May 24, 2017 regulatory news provider Chemical Watch informed about a joint project led by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and the European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic), aimed at generating a PESTOOL-based inventory of plastic additives. The release is expected by the end of summer 2017.

  • plastic additives - arkema

    Plastic additives - Arkema

    Plastic additives Arkema is a major global player in the manufacture of additives for PVC, engineering plastics and thermosetting resins. These additives are acrylic or methacrylate-butadiene-styrene (MBS) impact modifiers, as well as acrylic processing aids.

  • plastic additives initiative - echa

    Plastic additives initiative - ECHA

    The project, which lasted for two years until December 2018, generated an overview of over 400 additives in plastics used in high volumes in the EU, and looked at how use and exposure information could be used to focus the regulatory work by authorities under REACH.

  • union guidance on regulation (eu) no 10/2011 on plastic

    Union Guidance on Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 on plastic

    EUROPEAN COMMISSION HEALTH AND CONSUMERS DIRECTORATE-GENERAL Safety of the Food chain Brussels, 28 .11.201 3 Union Guidance on Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food as regards information in the supply chain Version History Version Date Change 1.0 28.11.2013 original version

  • an overview of chemical additives present in plastics

    An overview of chemical additives present in plastics

    The various additives present in almost all plastic-derived materials can also contribute to marine pollution. Some plastics contain POPs as additives (e.g. hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD or HBCD) and/or polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE)) at a concentration of 0.7–25% wt. , .

  • meeting report - oecd.org

    MEETING REPORT - oecd.org

    materials. Plastics are used in a wide range of applications, from long lived durable goods like infrastructure, buildings, and vehicles to shorter lived products such as packaging and other single use plastics. Many types of polymer exist, and various additives are used to improve their performance characteristics. Sources of feedstock

  • arkema – industrial safety

    Arkema – Industrial safety

    The Arkema group decided to realise its sustainable development commitments by setting out three 2025 safety objectives primarily translating its resolve to improve its safety performance and consolidate its operational excellence. These objectives are as follows: reduce the total recordable injury rate (TRIR) to below 1.2 by 2025 (see below);

  • tks publisher | international scientific journal

    TKS Publisher | International Scientific Journal

    Tekno Scienze Publisher is an academic publisher in Italy. It publishes 4 scientific journals in a broad range of scientific and technical disciplines: Chimica Oggi - Chemistry Today, Agro FOOD Industry Hi Tech, Household and Personal Care Today and Pharma Horizon.

  • material safety data sheet - conservationsupportsystems

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET - conservationsupportsystems

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET 1. Product and Company Identification Material name Laponite® RD Version # 05 Revision date Oct-02-2013 Manufacturer information BYK Additives Inc. ...

  • food additives | food standards agency

    Food additives | Food Standards Agency

    An E number means that a food additive has passed safety tests and is approved for use here and in the rest of the EU. All the foods we eat consist of chemicals in one form or another. Many food additives are chemicals which exist in nature such as antioxidants ascorbic acid (vitamin C) or citric acid, found in citrus fruits.

  • plastic packaging in a circular economy - food safety magazine

    Plastic Packaging in a Circular Economy - Food Safety Magazine

    The “European Strategy for Plastics in a Circular Economy” (Plastics Strategy) calls for all plastic packaging on the EU market to be either reusable or recyclable in a cost-effective manner by 2030. It also aims to reduce the consumption of single-use plastics and restrict the intentional use of microplastics.

  • keller heckman | plastic packaging in a circular economy

    Keller Heckman | Plastic Packaging in a Circular Economy

    The “European Strategy for Plastics in a Circular Economy” (Plastics Strategy) calls for all plastic packaging on the EU market to be either reusable or recyclable in a cost-effective manner by 2030. It also aims to reduce the consumption of single-use plastics and restrict the intentional use of microplastics.

  • establishing fitness for use in a global plastic additives

    Establishing Fitness for Use in a Global Plastic Additives

    Establishing Fitness for Use in a Global Plastic Additives Business David Horst, Product Stewardship, BASF Corporation Anne Christian, Quality Management, BASF Corporation

  • overview of known plastic packaging-associated chemicals and

    Overview of known plastic packaging-associated chemicals and

    The CPPdb will be uploaded to this resource to enable collaborations and open dialogue to support further refinement of the inventory of plastic packaging-associated chemicals, as well as understanding the associated hazards and supporting the search for safer alternatives.

  • european plastics converters | eupc

    European Plastics Converters | EuPC

    Created in 1989 and based in Brussels, EuPC is the EU-level trade association of European plastics converters. Our four divisions Packaging, Building & Construction, Automotive & Transport and Technical Parts represent the different markets of the plastic converting industry.

  • chemicals in food | european food safety authority

    Chemicals in food | European Food Safety Authority

    Under a regulation issued by the European Commission in 2008, all food additives must undergo a safety evaluation by EFSA before they can be authorised by EU risk managers. The same law also requires that EFSA re-evaluates all food additives authorised for use in the EU before 20 January 2009 using current risk assessment methods.

  • an overview of chemical additives present in plastics

    An overview of chemical additives present in plastics

    The various additives present in almost all plastic-derived materials can also contribute to marine pollution. Some plastics contain POPs as additives (e.g. hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD or HBCD) and/or polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE)) at a concentration of 0.7–25% wt. , .

  • animal feed additives | food standards agency

    Animal feed additives | Food Standards Agency

    a technical dossier to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) three feed additive samples to the European Reference Laboratories (EURLs) There are guidelines on the Commission’s website about the process to be followed. EFSA is responsible for evaluating all dossiers and further details can be found on the EFSA website.

  • cosmetics - internal market, industry, entrepreneurship and

    Cosmetics - Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and

    The EU’s role in cosmetics Europe is a world leader in the cosmetics industry and dominant cosmetics exporter. The sector is highly innovative and provides significant employment in Europe. The EU’s involvement mainly concerns the regulatory framework for market access, international trade relations, and regulatory convergence.