The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has released guidance to help identify which chemicals should have their registration dossiers reviewed, guidance to help agency staff and European Union member states identify chemicals of very high concern that should have their uses authorized and software to help companies as they notify the ECHA that they are researching a chemical.
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