As of 2022, compliance authorities and customs inspectors across the EU will work within the context of a new EU enforcement project to determine if companies are meeting their notification obligations for hazardous mixtures as defined in Article 45 of the CLP Regulation. The ECHA Enforcement Forum made that decision at its meeting at the end of October 2020. The ECHA believes that the inspections will run until the middle of 2023. The closing report on the results should be published at the start of 2024.
According to Annex VIII of the CLP Regulation, companies must notify the ECHA about mixtures – such as paints, detergents, and adhesives marketed for consumer or industrial use – as of January 2021. The deadline is January 1, 2024 for hazardous mixtures used only industrially. To handle the notification, the ECHA developed the ECHA submission portal and published related guidance.
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