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2021, an application for an authorisation submitted by a person established in the UK (except Northern Ireland) is no longer valid in the EU, unless that application has been transferred to a legal entity established in the EU or Northern Ireland before the end of the transition period.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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0055-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 CROMOMED S.A.
CRONOR S.A.
Cromo Europa S.A.
CHROMATLANTIQUE INDUSTRIEL
VILA ELECTROQUIMICAS.A.
Functional Chrome Plating Commission decided Details
0034-01 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Grohe AG The use of Chromium trioxide for electroplating of different types of substrates with the purpose to create a long-lasting high durability surface with bright (shiny) or matte look (Functional electroplating with decorative character) Commission decided Details
0034-02 Initial Chromium trioxide 215-607-8 1333-82-0 Grohe AG The use of Chromium Trioxide for a pre-treatment step (etching) in the electroplating process Commission decided Details
0009-01 Initial Diarsenic trioxide 215-481-4 1327-53-3 Boliden Kokkola Oy Use of diarsenic trioxide in the purification of metal impurities from the leaching solution in the zinc electrowinning process Commission decided Details
0010-01 Initial Diarsenic trioxide 215-481-4 1327-53-3 Nordenhamer Zinkhütte GmbH Industrial use of diarsenic trioxide to produce a copper concentrate in the purification of the leaching solution in a zinc electrowinning process Commission decided Details
0011-01 Initial Diarsenic trioxide 215-481-4 1327-53-3 Linxens France SA Formulation of diarsenic trioxide into a mixture Commission decided Details
0011-02 Initial Diarsenic trioxide 215-481-4 1327-53-3 Linxens France SA Industrial use of diarsenic trioxide as processing aid in gold electroplating Commission decided Details
0006-01 Initial Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) 201-557-4 84-74-2 Sasol-Huntsman GmbH & Co. KG Use of DBP as an absorption solvent in a closed system in the manufacture of maleic anhydride Commission decided Details
0126-01 Initial Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) 201-557-4 84-74-2 AVX NI [application transferred from: "AVX Limited" due to a notified legal entity change] Industrial use in the manufacture of ceramic sheets for the production of multi-layer ceramic capacitors. Commission decided Details
0005-02 Initial Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) 201-557-4 84-74-2 DEZA a.s. Use of DBP in propellants
Formulation: Industrial use of DBP as a burning rate surface moderant, plasticiser and/or coolant in the formulation of nitrocellulose-based propellant grains.
Use at industrial site: Industrial use of DBP-containing propellant grains in manufacture of ammunition for military and civilian uses, and pyrocartridges for aircraft ejection seat safety systems [includes propellants for police force ammunition and excludes propellants intended for manual, private reloading of ammunition cartridges by civilian users, i.e., licensed individual sports shooters and hunters. No direct consumer use of DBP or its mixtures is covered by this Use.]
Commission decided Details