Reach Registration

SpetsInterProject Oy
now belongs to the
highest class in the
Rating Classification -


REACH Authorisation list

Substances on the REACH Authorisation List cannot be placed on the market or used after the so called “sunset date”. Unless specific exceptions apply, these substances may be placed on the market only if an authorisation has been granted for a specific use, or the use has been exempted from authorisation. The European Commission decides on the granting or refusing of authorisations.

Applications for authorisation can be prepared by manufacturers, importers or downstream users of a substance on the Authorisation List. The Authorisation process is described in Title VII of the REACH Regulation.

You can find the list of substances currently included in the REACH Authorisation list here on ECHA website.

Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern for Authorisation 

Data on Candidate List substances in articles 

If you are considering applying for an authorisation, you should notify ECHA before the submission date. You will find further information on ECHA website.


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