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CLP - UNITIS actions

The complexity and variability in composition of botanicals and their extracts make difficult and delicate the enforcement of the CLP Regulation.

Indeed companies need to identify the hazards of substances, classify, label and package chemical substances and mixtures according to the new rules and notify the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) of their classification. Safety data sheets (MSDS) also need to be updated accordingly.

> In order to simplify and make easier the implementation of the CLP Regulation in the case of botanical extracts and derivatives, UNITIS has conducted with European Experts a large study on the possible presence of hazardous and/or CMR substances in living botanicals which will be regularly updated.

> In the same way, UNITIS prepared a full dossier in order to inform its Members under CLP requirements and help them to carry out the Regulation.

Last update : 19/07/24

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