EU - REACH

O que é REACH?
O REACH é um regulamento da União Europeia aprovado com o objetivo de melhorar a proteção da saúde humana e do meio-ambiente face aos riscos que podem resultar dos produtos químicos. A palavra REACH significa Registro, Avaliação, Autorização e Restrição de Produtos Químicos (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals). O regulamento entrou em vigor em 1 de Junho de 2007.
A fim de cumprirem o regulamento, as empresas são obrigadas a identificar e gerir os riscos associados às substâncias que produzem e comercializam na União Europeia. Devem demonstrar à ECHA - Agência Europeia de Produtos Químicos, o modo como uma substância pode ser utilizada com segurança e comunicar aos utilizadores as medidas de gestão de riscos.
CBMM e REACH
Como importador, a CBMM Europe BV registrou, perante a ECHA, todas as substâncias importadas cobrindo todos os potenciais usos na Europa, permitindo à Companhia continuar fornecendo para seus clientes.

CBMM Europe BV é o facilitador dos fóruns de intercâmbio de informações e Registrante Principal (“Lead Registrant”) para o nióbio metálico, o óxido de nióbio e o ANO. Mais informações sobre essas substâncias e decisões dos fóruns podem ser encontradas na página internet do REACH-IT.

As fichas de Informação de Segurança de Produtos Químicos (FISPQ), atualizadas de acordo com os regulamentos REACH e CLP (Classificação, Rotulagem e Embalagem), são oferecidos pela CBMM. Esta informação é fornecida para assegurar o manuseio e o uso seguro dos produtos da Companhia.

Links Úteis
Informações adicionais sobre REACH podem ser encontradas nos websites institucionais seguintes:

Enquanto isso, se você tiver dúvidas sobre o registro de produtos CBMM e o REACH, entre em contato com a CBMM Europe BV via e-mail ou pelo telefone +31 (0) 20-881-3140.

Relatórios dos Testes*

ANO
Dinobium Pentaoxide
Niobium
Acute Dermal Irritation_Corrosion
Acute Inhalation Toxicity in Rats
Assessment of Acute Toxic Effects on Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss Teleostei Salmonidae Amendmen
Assessment of Toxic Effects on Daphnia magna Using the 48 h Acute Immobilisation Test
Bioconcentration study of ANO in common carp
Bioconcentration study of ANO in common carp amendment
Biodegradation test
In vitro Mammalian Cell Gene Mutation Assay in Mouse Lymphoma L5178Y Cells
Metal corrosivity A1400621_0
Reverse Mutation Assay using Bacteria Salmonella typhimurium
Screening for the Eye Irritancy Potential using the Bovine Corneal Opacity and Permeability Assay
SIP_ANO_15JUNE2018
Test for Sensitisation Local Lymph Node Assay  LLNA
Testing of Effects to the Single Cell Green Alga Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata
Aberration Test in vitro_Nb2O5
Acute Dermal Toxicity_Nb2O5
Acute Oral ToxicityNb2O5 092576A
AnalyticsNb2O5 2009007405
CSR_Nb2O5_Feb2018
Diniobium pentaoxide 1313-96-8 AcuteInhalation
Diniobium pentaoxide 1313-96-8 AmesTest
Diniobium pentaoxide 1313-96-8 EyeIrritation
Diniobium pentaoxide 1313-96-8 SkinIrritation
Eye Irritancy Potential HETNb2O5 B
FlamabilityNb2O5 S0902888
GranulometryNb2O5 2009007404
In vitro Skin CorrosionNb2O5 2568B
Literature Survey Report - Diniobium pentaoxide
Mutation Assay in vitroNb2O5 092575B
Nb2O5_IUCLID file for coregistrants_20180307
Oxidizing PropertiesNb2O5 S0902889
Sensitization LLNANb2O5 092572B
Sludge RespirationNb2O5 S0902690
Statement AdsordesorNb2O5 S0902686
Water Solubility OECD29Nb2O5 S1002669
Water SolubilityNb2O5 2009007401
Reverse Mutation AssayNb 092573A
Oral Dose Range Finding 14day_Nb2O5 (092768)
Repeated dose toxicity and reproduction_Nb2O5 (092790)
Report_Bioaccessibility_Nb2O5
Self Ignition_Nb2O5 (200901118)_A
Aberration Test in vitroNb 092574A
Acute Dermal IrritationNb 092569A
Acute Dermal ToxicityNb 092577A
Acute Eye IrritationNb 092571A
Combined dose study
Eye Irritancy Potential HETNb A
Final_Study Report_Nb bioaccessibility
Flammability
In vitro Skin CorrosionNb 2568A
Inhalation Study
Literature Survey Report - Niobium
Mutation Assay in vitroNb 092575A
Reverse Mutation AssayNb 092573A
Self ignition
Oxidizing                       
Particle size                     
Self Ignition_Nb (200901121)
Sensitization LLNA_Nb (092572A)
Sieve analysis
SIP_Niobium_21DEC2017
Water Solubility OECD29_Nb (S10-02668)
Water Solubility OECD29_Nb (S10-02668)
Water solubility
Water Solubility_Nb (2009_0073_01)
Water solubility2         

*Disclaimer

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Clause 1 License Terms & Conditions

i. CBMM Europe BV (CBMM) is the owner of the information on niobium contained in these electronic files (the Information). 

ii. You are hereby authorized to download, print or make copies of these electronic files and use the content of these electronic files or of any part of the Information exclusively for your [company’s] internal purposes. Nothing in this disclaimer shall be construed as a transfer of the ownership in the intellectual property rights as listed under Clause 2. 

iii. You may not sell or otherwise exploit these electronic files, or any portion of them, for any other purposes, without express written and prior consent of CBMM.

iv. You may not modify these files. 

v. Any unauthorized use automatically terminates the license granted to you by CBMM under this clause. 

vi. The Information was generated for the purpose of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), and the Information has been agreed within the Niobium SIEF. CBMM does not offer any warranties or guarantees concerning the accuracy, the usefulness, validity or completeness of the Information. CBMM is not liable or responsible for errors or omissions in the content of the Information. 

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