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i2a and REACH


The EU-REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 stands for Registration, Evaluation, and Authorisation (and restriction) of CHemicals.  Ithas been implemented on 1 June 2007 and replaced the EU Regulation  (EEC) No 793/93 (regulating the European risk assessment system) since June 2008.  It shifts the burden of the responsibility to demonstrate safety to the manufactures and importers of the chemical substances, including antimony ones. All the scientific data gathered by i2a under the EU Risk Assessment was transferred to a REACH dossier and has enabled industry partners to register antimony trioxide (and other antimony compounds) at the appropriate time.

Producers, importers and users of antimony and/or antimony compounds that intend to register an antimony substance under REACH are encouraged to contact the i2a Secretariat. 
 

SIEF


What is the purpose of the SIEF?

The purpose of a Substance Information Exchange Forum (SIEF) is to help potential registrants of the same substance to share information about the substance and to avoid duplication of testing.

How is a SIEF formed?

A SIEF is formed when companies have agreed that their substance is the same. This is based on a Substance Identity Profile or SIP, which sets the scope or boundaries of each REACH Registration Dossier. 

Lead Registrant

All SIEFs must select a Lead Registrant. This is a mandatory role laid down by the REACH Regulation. The Lead Registrant is the one registrant acting with the agreement of the other assenting registrant(s) and who shall, among other tasks, submit the "joint dossier". 

The lead registrants appointed for the antimony substances hosted by i2a are all full members of i2a, and were elected after giving potential registrants in the SIEF four weeks to object to the proposed lead registrant. All lead registrants have identified themselves to ECHA. 

The International Antimony Association is acting as SIEF Facilitator, on behalf of the Lead Registrant, for each of the substances. 

ANTIMONY TRICHLORIDE
SUBSTANCE
EC NUMBER CAS NUMBER< YEAR OF FIRST REGISTRATION SUBMISSION
LEAD REGISTRANT
ANTIMONY METAL
231-146-5 7440-36-0 2010 CAMPINE
DIANTIMONY TRIOXIDE
215-175-0 1309-64-4 2010 CAMPINE
SODIUM HEXAHYDROXOANTIMONATE
251-735-0 33908-66-6 2010 UMICORE
SODIUM ANTIMONATE (A)
239-444-7 15432-85-6 2012 CAMPINE
DIANTIMONYTRIS(ethylene glycolate) 249-820-2 29736-75-2 2013 S.GOLDMANN
DIANTIMONY PENTOXIDE
215-237-7 1314-60-9 2015 CAMPINE
ANTIMONY TRISULFIDE
215-713-4 1345-04-6 2013 TRIBOTECC
ANTIMONY TRICHLORIDE
233-47-2 10025-91-9 2012 RECYLEX
ANTIMONY PENTACHLORIDE
231-601-8 647-18-9 31/05/2018 ARKEMA
POTASSIUM HEXAHYDROXOANTIMONATE 235-387-7   12208-13-8 31/05/2018 MAXAM



How to access the data required by REACH?

Become a member of the International Antimony Association (see our membership page)
Buy a Letter of Access: Please check our Letter of Access page for more details
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