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来源:ECHA | 作者:沐睿环境-莉哥 | 发布时间: 2021-09-26 | 179 次浏览 | 分享到:

Know more about hazardous chemicals in products – SCIP data published
ECHA/NR/21/22
You can now access data from the EU’s first public database of substances of very high concern in products, SCIP. It aims to allow consumers to make more informed purchasing choices and help waste operators to further develop the re-use of articles and the recycling of materials.
Helsinki, 14 September 2021 – Around 6 000 companies across the European Union have successfully complied with their new duty to notify ECHA about products containing substances of very high concern, SVHCs. The SCIP database now displays more than four million article notifications.
Based on the information submitted so far, the most commonly notified product categories in the database are:
machinery and their parts;
measuring instruments and their parts;
electronic equipment and their parts;
vehicles and their parts;
articles made of rubber; and
furniture.
The most common substances of very high concern in notifications are:
lead (e.g. in ball bearings, batteries);
lead monoxide (e.g. in lamps, vehicle parts);
lead titanium trioxide (e.g. in electric cookers);
silicid acid, lead salt (e.g. in lead crystalware, vehicle coatings); and
1,6,7,8,9,14,15,16,17,17,18,18-Dodecachloropentacyclo[12.2.1.16,9.02,13.05,10]octadeca-7,15- diene, more commonly referred to as “Dechlorane PlusTM” (e.g. in paints, glues)
You can search the data by article name or brand, product category, type of material or the chemical name. The data will help consumers make informed choices by checking whether a product contains hazardous chemicals and reading its safe use instructions. Waste operators can use the data to increase the re-use of articles and further develop recycling processes.
ECHA’s Executive Director, Bjorn Hansen says: “Today’s launch improves access to information on hazardous chemicals in articles on the EU market. It will help to track products containing substances of very high concern until they reach the waste stage, supporting the goals of a circular economy. We encourage everyone to get familiar with the database and use it.”
Virginijus Sinkevičius, EU Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, says:
“The launch of the database is a true milestone in bringing transparency about chemicals of concern in products. This wealth of information will be of great value to all, especially consumers, waste operators, and policy-makers. It will enhance the delivery of safe and clean products and secondary materials, fully in line with the priorities on re-use and recycling defined in the EU waste legislation. Thanks to all the companies that promptly submitted information, making the database work. This is a key step in implementing deliverables of the European Green Deal, notably our action plans on circular economy and zero pollution, and our Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.”
All companies placing articles containing substances of very high concern on the EU market have to notify them to the database. To help companies with this duty, ECHA has developed several guidance documents and tools.
Background
Companies supplying articles that contain substances of very high concern, SVHCs, on the REACH Candidate List have to notify these to ECHA. The requirement concerns articles on the EU market that contain more than 0.1 % weight by weight of SVHCs. The obligation came into force on 5 January 2021 and is based on the EU Waste Framework Directive as revised in 2018.
The notifications are stored in the Substances of Concern in Products (SCIP) database, which ensures that the information is publicly available throughout the whole lifecycle of products and materials, including the waste stage.
SCIP provides all the technical data from companies allowing the safe use and improved re-use and recycling of the article. This includes: information to identify the article, instructions on how to use it safely, the substance of very high concern, its location, and the type of material in which it is contained.
At the moment, the database contains over four million article notifications. This number counts duplicate notifications for the same article that were made by several actors in the EU supply chains, as well as notifications made for more than one article. Therefore, ECHA does not have an estimation for the exact number of different articles in the database.


了解更多关于产品中的有害化学物质- SCIP公布的数据
ECHA / NR / 21/22
你现在可以从欧盟第一个关于产品中高度关注物质的公共数据库SCIP中获取数据。这项计划旨在让消费者在购买废物时作出更明智的选择,并协助废物处理商进一步发展废物再用和物料循环再造。赫尔辛基,2021年9月14日—欧盟约有6000家公司成功履行了向欧洲化学品管理局通报含有高度关注的svhc物质的产品的新职责。SCIP数据库现在显示了400多万条物品通报。
根据到目前为止提交的信息,数据库中最常被通报的产品类别是:

  • 机器及其部件;

  • 测量仪器及其部件;

  • 电子设备及其部件;

  • 车辆及其部件;

  • 橡胶制品;和家具。

在通报中最常见的高度关注的物质是:

  • 铅(例如用于滚珠轴承、电池);

  • 一氧化铅(例如灯具、车辆零件);

  • 三氧化二铅钛(例如电饭锅);

  • 硅酸、铅盐(例如铅结晶器、车辆涂层);和

  • 1,6,7,8,9,14,15,16,17,17,18 -十八氯五环[12.2.1.16,9.02,13.05,10]十八碳-7,15-二烯,通常称为“Dechlorane PlusTM”(如用于油漆,胶水)

您可以通过文章名称或品牌,产品类别,材料类型或化学名称搜索数据。这些数据将帮助消费者通过检查产品是否含有有害化学物质并阅读其安全使用说明来做出明智的选择。废物经营者可以利用这些数据增加物品的再利用,并进一步发展回收程序。
ECHA的执行董事比约恩·汉森说:“今天的推出改善了对欧盟市场产品中危险化学品信息的获取。它将有助于跟踪含有非常重要物质的产品,直到它们达到废物阶段,支持循环经济的目标。我们鼓励每个人都熟悉并使用数据库。”
欧盟环境、海洋和渔业专员Virginijus Sinkevičius说:“该数据库的启动是一个真正的里程碑,它使产品中所关注的化学物质变得透明。这些丰富的信息将对所有人,特别是消费者、废物经营者和决策者具有巨大的价值。它将加强安全、清洁的产品和二次材料的交付,完全符合欧盟废物立法中关于再使用和回收的优先事项。感谢所有及时提交信息,使数据库工作的公司。这是实施《欧洲绿色协议》的关键一步,特别是我们关于循环经济和零污染的行动计划,以及我们的可持续化学品战略。”
所有在欧盟市场上放置含有高度关注物质的产品的公司都必须向数据库通报。为了帮助公司履行这一职责,ECHA开发了一些指导文件和工具。

背景
供应REACH候选名单上含有高度关注物质(svhc)的物品的公司必须将这些物品通知ECHA。该规定涉及欧盟市场上含有重量超过0.1%的svhc的产品。该义务于2021年1月5日生效,基于2018年修订的《欧盟废物框架指令》。
通知存储在产品关注物质(SCIP)数据库中,确保信息在产品和材料的整个生命周期(包括浪费阶段)都是公开的。
SCIP提供了各公司的所有技术数据,允许安全使用和改进的再使用和回收该物品。这包括:识别物品的信息,如何安全使用的说明,高度关注的物质,它的位置,以及包含它的材料类型。
目前,该数据库包含超过400万条物品通报。这个数字计算由欧盟供应链中的几个参与者为同一商品发出的重复通报,以及为多个商品发出的通报。因此,ECHA没有对数据库中不同物品的确切数量进行估计。




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