All Borealis manufacturing sites are certified and approved by local authorities, fulfilling local, national and European legislation. Audits are performed on a regular basis by internal audit teams and by external bodies (including authorities) to ensure compliance with REACH and CLP regulations.
Borealis expects that all substances, contained in products supplied to Borealis and requiring registration, will be registered in due time by its suppliers. Furthermore, Borealis requires its suppliers to provide the necessary and legally required information and data to enable the company to issue the respective SDS information for its customers.
Borealis is also a member of many different consortia and works with the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) to identify all uses of substances for which it has registration or Downstream User (DU) obligations under the REACH regulation.
For all information regarding REACH regulation, please visit the support section on the ECHA website.
According to REACH, non-EU-based suppliers of materials to Europe are asked to appoint an “Only Representative”, which handles the (pre)-registration of their substances in order to ensure that their raw materials can enter in to the EU according to REACH requirements. Respective information shall be communicated to Borealis accordingly.
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