The Nordic Council of Ministers, which has supported collaboration between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden since 1971, has provided small and midsize companies with a free online tool that they can use to register nanomaterials according to REACH. The Danish Environmental Protection Agency made the announcement in a press release (in Danish only).
According to the announcement, the tool, e-REACHNano, was jointly funded by a working group of the Nordic Council of Ministers on chemistry, environment, and health and by DHI, an international software development and engineering consultant firm.
The three core elements of the tool are nanomaterials, the related risks, and the implementation of REACH. Several videos explain the contents.
The current version is to be updated his year to consolidate the requirements that are to apply as of January 2020.
Ensure that you have free access to the market for your products and that your products are compliant. Contact us at email@example.com.