According to Art 9(1)(i) of the Directive 2008/98/EC (Waste Framework Directive), starting 5 January 2021 articles containing SVHC above 01,%w/w need to be notified to the ECHA SCIP database before they are placed on the market. The SCIP notification needs to be done by all actors placing such articles on the market e.g. EU producers or assemblers, EU importers and EU distributors.
Each supplier of the product is responsible for obtaining and keeping up to date the information on the presence of SVHC in its products. The data can be obtained by researching the literature or publically available sources, having branch specific knowledge, requesting information from its supplier of raw materials or products or by testing (last resort).
ALSTER Consulting provides extensive regulatory services on SCIP, such as:
- Preparation and submission of SCIP dossiers (notifications)
- Data quality and completeness check
- Support for filling in the data gaps
- Support for communication in the supply chain (e.g. letters to customers)
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