According to the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanization (MoEU), about 48,000 preregistrations have been submitted so far. Nevertheless, companies have raised concerns about recurring problems with the software of the Turkish ministry (KKS) over the past few months. The software is not compatible with the IT tool used for REACH.
The ministry wants to drive quick updates of the software to align it with the IUCLID 6 tool used in the EU. The Ministry recently received €1.6 million for the project. According to the ministry, a tender process for the project is already underway for the project, which is expected to last six years. Six consortiums have been short-listed.
The KKDIK Regulation requires companies to preregister chemicals by the end of 2020. The registration phase will run until 2023.
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