La Veneta spa Tannery

Reach Regulation

REACH, officially regulation (CE) n. 1907/2006, is a regulation of the European Union, dated 18 December 2006, concerning the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemical substances.
The regulation establishes the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). The main purpose of the regulation is to improve awareness of the hazards and risks arising from existing chemicals (introduced on the market before September 1981) and new ones (after September 1981) and at the same time maintain and strengthen competitiveness and capacity. innovations in the European chemical industry.
With reference to the EC Regulation 1907/2006 (REACH), our company, as producer of articles, has the obligation to communicate to its customers the presence of SVHC substances (Substances of Very High Concern) in the case in which they simultaneously apply these two conditions.
- are included in the candidate list approved by ECHA and published on the relevant website
- are contained in the article in quantities above 0.1%
It is NOT the responsibility of the article producers to register the substances and their use.
With reference to your request, we inform you that the articles supplied by us do not contain any substance included in the candidate list above the limits defined by the Regulation itself.

Stefano Boschetto

List of substances in the candidate list


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