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Why IMDS Training and Consulting Is Important for Manufacturers?

Submitted by Arranboaz on Sat, 04/09/2022 - 00:40

In the late 1990s, giant auto manufacturers like BMW and Audi introduced a system known as the International Material Data System or the more popular IMDS. This initiative was to standardize the supply chain management by centralizing and standardizing manufacturers' raw material data required for production. 

CA Prop 65 Compliance – Requirements & Testing

Submitted by Arranboaz on Tue, 12/21/2021 - 04:07

Prop 65 compliance testing:-
Prop 65 is carried out at Compliance XL by risk assessing products, then offering testing for selected chemicals that may be applicable. The chemicals selected for testing under Prop 65 would be representative of those that are commonly regulated across global legislation and that could be present in the materials/products submitted for analysis.

What is the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)?

Submitted by Arranboaz on Mon, 10/11/2021 - 02:27

The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) formed in 1976 provides EPA authoritatively to need reporting, record-keeping, and testing requirements, and restrictions associated with chemical substances and chemical substance mixtures. Certain substances are generally excluded from TSCA, as they’re included in, food, drugs, cosmetics, and pesticides. The official written report of TSCA as amended by Frank R. Lautenberg, the Chemical Safety Act (CSA) of the twenty-first century is easily available in the United States Code from the United States Government Printing Office.

Be Updated With TSCA PBT Update

Submitted by Arranboaz on Mon, 08/02/2021 - 04:26

EPA recently completed risk evaluations and established new regulatory management programs for five PBT chemical substances. For many of these chemicals, EPA will prohibit all manufacture, import, processing, and distribution in commerce.
The five new rulemakings illustrate EPA’s broad authority under TSCA to restrict how chemicals are made and used in order to protect human health and the environment. Read on for details about new restrictions EPA has put in place for these chemicals.
The five PBT chemicals for which EPA issued new rules are:

What Is the SCIP Database? What Information Should Be Submitted to the SCIP Database?

Submitted by Arranboaz on Tue, 05/18/2021 - 20:34

SCIP database is the effective database for conserving the information about the substances in the articles like complex products developed under the Waste Framework Directive and the scip database services. This valuable information then is made circulated among the waste operators as well as among the Consumers through the reach svhc compliance. This definition again is related to the European chemical industry and rohs compliance services waste management aspects.
Importance of SCIP

What is EU WEEE Directive?  Why do we Have WEEE Regulations? 

Submitted by Arranboaz on Fri, 04/30/2021 - 22:58

The continuous progress in the field of electronics is enormous. With the introduction of this field of engineering, life has been more convenient than ever. Unfortunately, the dark side of compliance and regulatory reporting and using these electrical electronic components cannot be ignored. The harmful substance used in creating these products is deteriorating the environment and becoming a threat to life with the scip database services.

USMCA Compliance & Trade Compliance Strategy

Submitted by Arranboaz on Tue, 04/13/2021 - 21:50

The USMCA or United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement is a compliance agreement policy that has replaced the NAFTA or North American Free Trade Agreement from July 1, 2020. According to this, U.S. Customs and Border Protection or epr solutions has now implemented a new set of global regulatory compliance services that is going to influence international trade relations with the USA.

ECHA proposes to ban microplastics that are deliberately applied to

Submitted by Arranboaz on Tue, 03/30/2021 - 02:35

ECHA has proposed a ban on microplastic particles added intentionally to the mixtures used by the consumers and/or professionals/component engineering. If such a restriction proposal is adopted, it can lead to a reduction in the number of microplastics released to the immediate environment within the EU countries. It is estimated that the reduction will be around 400 thousand tonnes in more than 20 years.


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