Adopted opinions and previous consultations on applications for authorisation

Adopted opinions and previous consultations on applications for authorisation

Adopted opinions and previous consultations on applications for authorisation

This page provides further information on the applications for authorisation or review reports, which have undergone consultation. The applications for authorisation are in the opinion development phase until the final opinions of the Committees for Risk Assessment and Socio-economic Analysis have been adopted and sent to the European Commission. Its decision-making process can be followed through the comitology register, where further information is published about the REACH Committee's past and upcoming meetings.

On 1 February 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) withdrew from the EU. The transition period provided by the withdrawal agreement ended on 31 December 2020. As of 1 January 2021, an application for an authorisation submitted by a person established in the UK (except Northern Ireland) is no longer valid in the EU, unless that application has been transferred to a legal entity established in the EU or Northern Ireland before the end of the transition period. Therefore, authorisation applications and decisions in so far as these concern persons established in the UK (except Northern Ireland) are no longer considered valid. 

 

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0131-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Schell GmbH & Co. KG Armaturentechnologie Functional chrome plating with decorative character for sanitary applications Commission decided Details
0260-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Sarrel Sarreliber - Transformação de Plásticos e Metais, S.A Industrial use of chromium trioxide for the etching of plastics materials, as a pre-treatment step of the electroplating process, for automotive applications mostly Opinions adopted Details
0312-02 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Metalplast sas; CO.BE. sas di Colombo Nadia e Flavia Industrial use of chromium trioxide for plating on plastic materials to create a long-lasting high durability chromium decorative surface in the electroplating process for various applications. Opinion development Details
0127-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 MAHLE Ventiltrieb GmbH
MAHLE Polska Sp. z o.o.
Use of chromium trioxide in functional chrome plating of valves used in engines of light gasoline and diesel vehicles and in heavy duty diesel combustion engines Commission decided Details
0064-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 HAPOC GmbH & Co KG Use of chromium trioxide in dissolved and solid form to produce aqueous solutions of any composition for industrial application. Opinions adopted Details
0069-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Topocrom GmbH TOPOCROM functional chrome plating in closed reactor systems for the establishment of adjustable hemispherical surface structures. Commission decided Details
0294-02 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Kludi GmbH & Co. KG Pre-treatment (“etching”) of plastic substrates using chromium trioxide in electroplating processes for sanitary applications Opinions adopted Details
0306-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 GALVANICA PASOTTI THEA S.R.L.; CHINO COLOR S.r.l. Industrial use of chromium trioxide for functional chrome plating with decorative character of items for the sanitary, hydro-sanitary, taps, household industries, and various other applications (such as handles/locks, pneumatic elements and electrical connection). Opinions adopted Details
0058-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 CIRCUIT FOIL LUXEMBOURG SARL Industrial use of chromium trioxide for the treatment of copper foil used in the manufacture of Printed Circuit Board Commission decided Details
0070-02 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 FN HERSTAL S.A.
BROWNING VIANA, FABRICA DE ARMAS E ARTIGOS DE DESPORTO SA
Industrial use of chromium trioxide in the hard chromium coating of civilian firearms barrel bores and auxiliary parts subject to thermal, mechanical and chemical stresses, in order to provide a low friction coefficient as well as heat, corrosion and wear resistance properties. Commission decided Details