Registry of SVHC intentions until outcome

Registry of SVHC intentions until outcome

Registry of SVHC intentions until outcome

The registry of SVHC intentions until outcome aims to make interested parties aware of the substances for which an SVHC dossier is planned to be submitted to ECHA.

Member States, or ECHA at the request of the European Commission, may propose a substance to be identified as a substance of very high concern (SVHC) by preparing a dossier in accordance with the requirements set out in Annex XV to REACH.

Interested parties can follow the progress of a proposal through the SVHC identification process, from the notification of the intention until the outcome. The advance notice gives interested parties time to prepare for commenting later in the process.

Interested parties with relevant information on the identity or hazard properties of the substance may submit such information during the consultation.

Last updated 05 March 2024. Database contains 262 unique substances/entries.
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244-168-5
21041-95-2
Identified SVHC
07-Aug-2017
Sweden
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Specific target organ toxicity after repeated exposure (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
232-222-0
7790-79-6
Identified SVHC
04-Aug-2014
Sweden
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Specific target organ toxicity after repeated exposure (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
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cadmium chloride (CdCl2), hydrate (2:5) EC / List no: 640-998-0 | CAS no: 7790-78-5
233-296-7
10108-64-2
Identified SVHC
03-Feb-2014
Sweden
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Specific target organ toxicity after repeated exposure (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
208-168-9
513-78-0
Identified SVHC
07-Aug-2017
Sweden
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Specific target organ toxicity after repeated exposure (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
231-152-8
7440-43-9
Identified SVHC
04-Feb-2013
Sweden
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Specific target organ toxicity after repeated exposure (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
204-650-8
123-77-3
Identified SVHC
06-Aug-2012
Austria
Respiratory sensitising properties (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
202-318-7
94-26-8
Identified SVHC
03-Feb-2020
Denmark
Endocrine disrupting properties (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
223-445-4
3896-11-5
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2023
Germany
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
EC No. 233-139-2 and EC No. 234-343-4
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Boric acid EC / List no: 234-343-4 | CAS no: 11113-50-1
Boric acid EC / List no: 233-139-2 | CAS no: 10043-35-3
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-
Identified SVHC
10-Feb-2010
Germany
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
201-279-3
80-43-3
Identification ongoing
01-Feb-2024
Norway
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
200-268-0
56-35-9
Identified SVHC
30-Jun-2008
Norway
PBT (Article 57d)
Details
214-604-9
1163-19-5
Identified SVHC
06-Aug-2012
United Kingdom
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
201-247-9
80-07-9
Identified SVHC
19-Jan-2023
Austria
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
204-212-6
117-82-8
Identified SVHC
01-Aug-2011
Germany
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
203-924-4
111-96-6
Identified SVHC
01-Aug-2011
Austria
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
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Bis(2-ethylhexyl) tetrabromophthalate EC / List no: 247-426-5 | CAS no: 26040-51-7
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-
Identified SVHC
04-Aug-2022
Sweden
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
204-211-0
117-81-7
Identified SVHC
27-Jun-2008
Sweden
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Endocrine disrupting properties (Article 57(f) - environment)
Endocrine disrupting properties (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
205-594-7
143-24-8
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2020
Austria
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
202-177-1
92-67-1
Identified SVHC
30-Aug-2012
ECHA
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
201-622-7
85-68-7
Identified SVHC
26-Jun-2008
Austria
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Endocrine disrupting properties (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
205-916-6
207-08-9
Identified SVHC
06-Aug-2018
Belgium
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
205-883-8
191-24-2
Identified SVHC
07-Feb-2018
Denmark
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
200-028-5
50-32-8
Intention
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
PBT (Article 57d)
Details
200-028-5
50-32-8
Identified SVHC
01-Feb-2016
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
209-008-0
552-30-7
Identified SVHC
08-Aug-2016
Netherlands
Respiratory sensitising properties (Article 57(f) - human health)
Details
200-280-6
56-55-3
Identified SVHC
07-Aug-2017
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
237-222-4
13701-59-2
Identified SVHC
04-Aug-2022
Sweden
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
231-901-9
7778-39-4
Identified SVHC
01-Aug-2011
Norway
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
The oil remaining after the removal, by a crystallization process, of an anthracene-rich solid (anthracene paste) from anthracene oil. It is composed primarily of two, three and four membered aromatic compounds.
292-604-8
90640-82-7
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2009
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons from the distillation of anthracene obtained by crystallization of anthracene oil from bituminous high temperature tar and boiling in the range of approximately 290°C to 340°C (554°F to 644°F). It contains chiefly trinuclear aromatics and their dihydro derivatives.
295-278-5
91995-17-4
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2009
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
A complex combination of hydrocarbons from the distillation of anthracene obtained by the crystallization of anthracene oil from bituminous high temperature tar and boiling in the range of 330°C to 350°C (626°F to 662°F). It contains chiefly anthracene, carbazole and phenanthrene.
295-275-9
91995-15-2
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2009
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
The anthracene-rich solid obtained by the crystallization and centrifuging of anthracene oil. It is composed primarily of anthracene, carbazole and phenanthrene.
292-603-2
90640-81-6
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2009
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
A complex combination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons obtained from coal tar having an approximate distillation range of 300°C to 400°C (572°F to 752°F). Composed primarily of phenanthrene, anthracene and carbazole
292-602-7
90640-80-5
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2009
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
204-371-1
120-12-7
Identified SVHC
27-Jun-2008
Germany
PBT (Article 57d)
Details
223-320-4
3825-26-1
Identified SVHC
04-Feb-2013
Germany
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
PBT (Article 57d)
Details
232-143-1
7789-09-5
Identified SVHC
10-Feb-2010
France
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
are fibres covered by index number 650-017-00-8 in Annex VI, part 3, table 3.1 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and fulfil the three following conditions: a) oxides of aluminium and silicon are the main components present (in the fibres) within variable concentration ranges b) fibres have a length weighted geometric mean diameter less two standard geometric errors of 6 or less micrometres (µm) c) alkaline oxide and alkali earth oxide (Na2O+K2O+CaO+MgO+BaO) content less or equal to 18% by weight
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Refractories, fibers, aluminosilicate EC / List no: 604-314-4 | CAS no: 142844-00-6
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Identified SVHC
01-Aug-2011
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
287-476-5
85535-84-8
Identified SVHC
26-Jun-2008
United Kingdom
PBT (Article 57d)
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
201-173-7
79-06-1
Identified SVHC
03-Aug-2009
Netherlands
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Mutagenic (Article 57b)
Details
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Chromic acid EC / List no: 231-801-5 | CAS no: 7738-94-5
Oligomers of chromic acid and dichromic acid EC / List no: - | CAS no: -
Dichromic acid EC / List no: 236-881-5 | CAS no: 13530-68-2
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Identified SVHC
27-Aug-2010
Germany
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
257-175-3
51404-69-4
Identified SVHC
30-Aug-2012
ECHA
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
273-688-5
69011-06-9
Identified SVHC
30-Aug-2012
ECHA
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
219-943-6
2580-56-5
Identified SVHC
24-Feb-2012
ECHA
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
208-953-6
548-62-9
Identified SVHC
24-Feb-2012
ECHA
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
204-419-1
120-71-8
Identified SVHC
30-Aug-2012
ECHA
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details
204-327-1
119-47-1
Identified SVHC
05-Aug-2021
Denmark
Toxic for reproduction (Article 57c)
Details
201-329-4
81-15-2
Identified SVHC
30-Jun-2008
Netherlands
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
covering any of the individual stereoisomers of [1] and [2] or any combination thereof
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-
Identified SVHC
02-Feb-2015
vPvB (Article 57e)
Details
202-679-0
98-54-4
Identified SVHC
08-Aug-2016
Germany
Endocrine disrupting properties (Article 57(f) - environment)
Details
202-591-2
97-56-3
Identified SVHC
30-Aug-2012
ECHA
Carcinogenic (Article 57a)
Details

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