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Feature Release - December 21st, 2020
Feature Release - December 21st, 2020

This update mainly focused on updates needed to support SCIP reporting in 3E Exchange

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Written by Evelyn Ritter
Updated over a week ago

This release mainly focuses on features needed to support SCIP Reporting required by EU regulations. To read more about how to submit to SCIP using 3E Exchange, start below.

There are a few updates that will affect ongoing users. Read more below:

Updates to Compliance Users' EU REACH Determinations to Support SCIP

For ongoing 3E Exchange compliance users, they will see some updates in their account. For one, the requirements for importers under the EU REACH regulation are now broken into two different REACH determinations, as seen below.

The EU REACH Authorization List evaluates the chemicals in your products and against the Authorization List - Annex XIV of REACH. Those are SVHCs (Substances of Very High Concern) that have been flagged for further restriction. They cannot be placed on the market unless authorization is granted for their specific use.

The EU REACH Candidate List & SCIP evaluates the chemicals in your products against the Candidate List of substances of very high concern for Authorization, published in accordance with Article 59(10) of the REACH Regulation. If the Candidate list substances are present in your product about 0.1% by weight, they require notification to the EU in the SCIP database, and further notification requirements if your company imports more than 1 ton per year.

Products that were listed as compliant with the previous general REACH determination, have now been migrated to being compliant with the REACH Candidate List and unknown for the Authorization List.

Each regulation can now be marked as applicable to the product or material. For example, if there is only a subset of your products that you sell in the EU or California, you can mark only those products having applicability to that regulation.

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