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Topic
Environment
Type of act
Regulation
Committee

Draft act

Feedback: closed
Type

Draft regulation
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Feedback period
11 January 2019 - 08 February 2019 (midnight Brussels time)
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Feedback (489)

  • 8 February 2019 Company/business organisation
    SSAB AB (Sweden)

    SSAB welcomes the proposed carcinogen category 1B GCL 0.1% for cobalt metal as the majority of the iron ores mined within the European Union contain approximately up to 0.03 % cobalt metal by weight after reduction in the iron ore melting process, thus meaning all steel based upon those iron ores would have contained cobalt in excess of the RAC proposed SCL 0.01%. SSAB nevertheless questions the inclusion of cobalt in this ATP as more...

  • 8 February 2019 EU citizen
    Anonymous (Germany)

    .The proposal for classification and labelling of titanium dioxide is inappropriate from the toxicological and epidemiological perspective. The criteria for classification are not met. Consequently titanium dioxide should not be included in the 14. ATP as it has been proposed by the Germany/the German authorities. The hazard described for titanium dioxide (“general particle effects”) is not specific to the substance itself, but applies to all...

  • 8 luty 2019 Other
    Anonymous (Poland)

    Witam ! Chciałbym przesłać Państwu mój komentarz dotyczący propozycji klasyfikacji substancji pn. ditlenek tytanu czyli TiO2. Przedsiębiorstwa produkujące farby i lakiery używają TiO2 w niemalże wszystkich swoich produktach. Przemysł ten konsumuje ponad połowę produkowanego ditlenku tytanu. Z tego powodu zwracam się do władz UE o poświęcenie uwagi i dogłębne zbadanie tematu dot. nowej klasyfikacji TiO2 oraz o powstrzymanie się od szybkiego...

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