Registration, Evaluation und Authorisation of Chemicals

REACH, the Regulation for Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals entered into force on 1st of June 2007.

REACH should ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment as well as the free movement of substances, on their own, in preparations and in articles, while enhancing competitiveness and innovation.

REACH shall create Europe-wide standardised provisions in order to register new chemical substances and to assess existing chemicals.

REACH attributes specific obligations to the actors in the supply chain – Manufacturers – Importers – Downstream Users. Their obligations are clearly defined in view to scope and timeframe. Retail shall have the obligation to pass on, for instance, information by means of safety data sheets. Customers and users should be guaranteed optimum protection by these measures.

REACH stipulates the policy „No Data No Market“. This means that after the expiry of time limits non- registered and non-authorised chemicals shall not be produced and/or shall not be imported to the European Union any more.

The Donau Chemie Group as Your Contact!

The Donau Chemie Group has carefully observed the legislative procedure. She has acquired expertise timely in order to implement REACH and lives it with her own broad product range. The Donau Chemie Group is engaged in business in the European Union and in global markets. In view to REACH, the Donau Chemie Group wears many hats: She acts as a manufacturer, importer, downstream user and distributor. The business expertise and the continuous education of her staff in the Department Safety, Environment & Quality allows to help you with a tailored support for the implementation of the REACH regulation in your company.

If your interest is sparked, please visit our portfolio of services.
Dr. Johannes Stockinger Head of HSE&Q
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Dr. Thomas Sturm REACH-Coordinator
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