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Chromium Trioxide Authorisation

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14 January 2012

Consortium for the authorisation of chromium trioxide.

If you use chromium trioxide, it is likely that you will need an authorisation to continue to use it under the REACh legislation.

The total cost has been estimated at €1.5M.  So, the more companies that participate, the cheaper the authorisation process becomes for each individual company.

We, as YOUR Trade Association, are currently in contact with the consortium organisers to see how we can best represent your interests in a cost effective manor.

For more information and downloadable documents, please click the following link.

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