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ECHA closes temporary submissions from Dec 15

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Dec '08
Companies are reminded that temporary submission procedures for PPORD notifications, inquiries and registrations are now closed. ECHA will not accept any dossiers sent under the temporary procedures after 15 December. On 5 January 2009, companies can start notifications, inquiries and registrations via REACH-IT and from that date ECHA will use the REACH-IT secure internal messaging system to communicate with companies for all dossier submissions. Information on the new submission procedures will be published shortly.

REACH-IT is now closed until 5 January 2009. Please note that 15 December was the last day of the temporary submission procedure for inquiry, registration and PPORD dossiers. From now, ECHA will not accept any dossiers sent under the temporary submission procedures. The shared e-mail addresses previously used for temporary dossier submissions procedures have been closed.

The remaining time until the re-opening of submissions will be used to migrate all dossiers submitted via the temporary submission procedures to the REACH-IT database. From 5 January 2009 on, ECHA will only accept inquiry, PPORD or registration dossiers via REACH-IT. Companies wishing to claim their registration numbers for substances notified under previous legislation will still be able to do so when REACH-IT reopens.

From then, ECHA will be using the REACH-IT secure internal messaging function to communicate with companies for all dossiers submissions. ECHA therefore advises companies to set their REACH-IT user preferences to alert them by e-mail when an internal message is received. The REACH-IT section of the ECHA website is currently being updated and revised web pages will be published shortly. The pages will describe the new submission procedures and provide related user manuals.

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