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REACH: anticipate your requests for Authorisation according to new substances added to Annex XIV

About this event

The European authorities are currently finalising the adoption of texts amending Annex XIV of REACH for publication in November. This will include 11 new substances. 


Phthalates composed of boron and Trixylyl phosphate, as well as substances of the Karanal group, and substances UV-328, UV-327, UV-350 and UV-320 are concerned. These phthalates, classified as toxic for reproduction, PBT and/or vPvB, will therefore soon be added to the list of substances whose use is prohibited in Europe. 


These substances should thus be effectively banned from use in Europe by the end of 2022 according to a phased schedule. The deadlines for submitting applications for Authorisation will be set in 2021.


What are these new prohibited substances? What are the conditions for extending their use? How to anticipate your requests for authorisation? 



  • List of substances soon to be banned
  • Known uses of these substances in Europe
  • Planning of future bans
  • Actions and timelines to extend your use of said substances

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Marie Delafontaine Regulatory Affairs Manager Chemistry & Toxicology @ EcoMundo

    Marie brings her expertise to the REACh team. It contributes in particular to the development of risk assessment strategies related to the use of substances included in Annex XIV, to the drafting of chemical safety reports (CSRs) and to the defense of dossiers with ECHA.

  • Guest speaker
    Souleymane Gaye REACh Authorisation & Public affairs consultant @ EcoMundo

    Souleymane has extensive experience as a strategic analyst consultant in the field of business intelligence. He brings expertise in socio-economic analysis and focuses on regulatory issues related to REACH and licensing.


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