[REACH Compliance] A Product Is A Sum of Its Parts

[REACH Compliance] A Product Is A Sum of Its Parts

Now that the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has clarified complex article requirements under the Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), businesses are asking what to do next.

REACH compliance expert James Calder answers that question and more in his whitepaper: “A Product Is A Sum of Its Parts: The Impact of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s Ruling on the Definition of Complex Articles.”

On September 10th, the CJEU ruled articles incorporated as components of a complex product must be notified to the European Chemicals Agency when they contain a substance of very high concern in a concentration above 0.1 percent, weight/weight.

The ruling has serious implications for producers, importers and suppliers of articles into the European Economic Area, in terms of notification and communication requirements.

Calder breaks down the court’s ruling and provides real-world examples of how it will impact your supply chain. He then explores next steps and what businesses should do to comply with the REACH Regulation.

Download the whitepaper, A Product Is A Sum of Its Parts: The Impact of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s Ruling on the Definition of Complex Articles, to get a jumpstart on amending your REACH compliance program to comply with this ruling. This is a must-read for any business operating under the REACH Regulation.

For a more in-depth conversation about the court’s ruling and how it impacts your business, contact Assent Compliance at info@assentcompliance.com.

Click here for more information on Assent’s REACH compliance services, or click here for our most recent blog entry on the CJEU’s ruling.

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