Draft CoRAP update for years 2019 - 2021 published

Draft CoRAP update for years 2019 - 2021 published

On 10 October 2018, ECHA released a draft list of 107 substances to be evaluated under the Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP) between 2019 and 2021.

The draft CoRAP contains:

  • 20 new substances proposed for evaluation
  • 87 substances that come from the CoRAP update published on 20 March 2018, of which:
    • 41 substance evaluations have been proposed to remain as scheduled
    • 2 substance evaluations have been proposed to be brought forward to 2019
    • 13 substance evaluations have been proposed to be delayed until 2020
    • 20 substance evaluations have been proposed to be delayed until 2021
    • 11 substance evaluations have been proposed to be withdrawn as, based on new information or changes of circumstances, evaluation is seen as a low priority or unnecessary

The ECHA Member State Committee (MSC) will prepare an opinion on the draft CoRAP update in February 2019 and on the basis of the Committee’s opinion, ECHA will adopt the final CoRAP update by the end of March 2019.

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