[Guidance]Meeting SCIP Database Requirements as a Non-EU Company
Under the revised European Union (EU) Waste Framework Directive (WFD), companies manufacturing or selling products containing Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs) in the EU must submit data to the new SCIP database. While non-EU companies are not directly responsible for SCIP submissions, they nonetheless must work closely with their EU-based importers and partners to ensure accurate product information is entered into the database or risk losing market access.
What’s in This Guidance?
This guidance explains the responsibilities of non-EU companies under the revised EU WFD, how they pertain to SCIP database submissions and how they can be met by leveraging foreign users, per the European Chemicals Agency.
Key Insights Include:
- Why non-EU companies must work closely with EU-based importers and other supply chain actors.
- How requirements for the SCIP database extend beyond existing SVHC reporting obligations.
- What foreign users are and how companies can leverage them to ensure accurate SCIP submissions.
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