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REACH 2018: Find your co-registrants
All registrants who intend to register the same substance should join forces in a substance information exchange forum (SIEF). The SIEF shares data on the substance and registers it jointly with ECHA. Douglas Leech, Technical Director at the Chemical Business Association in the UK, shares his advice for first-time registrants.
|Douglas Leech at ECHA's Stakeholders' Day in May.|
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- REACH 2018 infographic
Douglas Leech's key factor for successful registration
Chemical Business Association (CBA)
CBA represents the chemical supply chain in the UK. It advocates for a wide range of businesses – from distributors and traders to manufacturers and blenders as well as logistics and service providers. The majority of CBA members are small or medium-sized enterprises.
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