ECHA has introduced an upper limit of 1,000 components per dossier for reporting in the SCIP database. This is to ensure that only articles that actually contain confirmed SVHCs from the candidate list are submitted. All dossiers with more than 1,000 components submitted so far will not be processed until further notice and the submitters will receive a request to revise the dossier. “Quality over quantity” is the objective here. The goal, ECHA says, is not to have as many notifications as
The rollout of IMDS Release 13.0 scheduled for March 10 has been postponed to May 19, 2021. The reason is that various in-house integrators have asked for a prolongation of the integration and test period.
With this release postponement, the following changes have also been postponed:
- Rec019 MDB Deactivation - postponed to May 19, 2021
- Material classification deactivation - postponed to May 19, 2021
- "Metal Wizard" feature will be postponed to a later date or subsequent release.
The next IMDS release is scheduled for March 10 and brings along numerous new features. Would you like to be optimally prepared for it? Then register now for our online training course in February. You can find the dates at www.imds-professional.com/en/training/current-trainings.html.
The following changes are coming with Release 13.0:
- SCIP interface and new attribute fields required for it
- Threshold parameters from/to for each where-used list analysis
- Where-used list for MDB with
The SCIP database was developed to improve the recycling and long-term replacement of substances of very high concern (SVHC) in products to protect people and the environment. All companies whose products are placed on the market in the EU and contain SVHC above 0.1 per cent by mass will be obliged to submit information to this database from January 2021. In our Info-Point you can read more about the background and challenges. The requirements for the data to be submitted are complex and