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Toxicity and ecotoxicity of nanomaterials
Presentation from Dr. Andreas Köhler, Strategic workshop on nanotechnology, Brussels, 10.2.2015
Toxicity of engineered Nanomaterials
This factsheet intends to inform interested lay persons who engage in the field of risk governance for nanotechnologies, including standardization, labelling, or regulation in a European context. It reviews currently available knowledge…
Further options to improve information and communication on articles containing SVHC
Presentation by Andreas Hermann LL.M and Prof. Dr. Dirk Bunke at the Policy Workshop "Strengthening REACH Provisions Concerning (Imported) Articles", 9 October 2014 at Université Saint-Louis in Brussels
Assistance to the Commission on Technological Socio-Economic and Cost-Benefit Assessment Related to Exemptions from the Substance restrictions in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS Directive)
Report for the European Commission DG Environment under Framework Contract No ENV.C.2/FRA/2011/0020
The RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU entered into force on 21 July 2011 and led to the repeal of Directive 2002/95/EC on 3 January 2013. The Directive can be considered to have provided for two regimes under which exemptions could be…
Study for the Review of the List of Restricted Substances under RoHS 2
Analysis of Impacts from a Possible Restriction of Several New Substances under RoHS 2
The objectives of this project can be outlined as follows:
- Prepare a substance assessment of Diisobutylphthalat (DIBP), based on the methodology (template) for substance assessment prepared by the Austrian Umweltbundesamt GmbH;
How many persistent organic pollutants should we expect?
Atmospheric Pollution Research 3 (2012) 383‐391, p. 383-391. All rights reserved.
National-level implementation of the Stockholm convention on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) – PBDE and PFOS in products and in the recycling loops
REACH Practical Guide on Exposure Assessment and Communication in the Supply Chains
This document has been prepared by a VCI working group as part of the joint Cefic/VCI project to develop tools and guidance’s for industry to develop Chemical Safety Assessments, Chemical Safety Reports and Exposure Scenarios.
OECD Matrix Project
Branch- and product-related emission estimation tool for manufacturers, importers, and downstream users within the REACH-system
The aim of the project is to support the use of already-existing emission estimation data for the exposure assessment which is required under REACH. The overall objective was to develop a set of technical guidance documents (manual and…
Exposure-based waiving: Concrete specifications of the waiving-conditions in the context of the registration procedure according to REACH
In October 2003 a proposal for a Regulation concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH) was presented, that sets forth which information is to be provided in the framework of the…
White Paper for the Reform of Chemicals Policy: From Concept to Implementation
Requirements, Experiences and Perspectives in Relation to Information Flow
To investigate the "Organisation of information flow in the product chain", the Verband der Chemischen Industrie e.V. or VCI (German Chemical Industry Association) together with some of its member associations is carrying out the…