Chemours and REACH

Collaborating with our suppliers to fulfill the legislation’s requirements.

The Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regulation addresses the production and use of chemical substances and potential impact on health and the environment.

Chemours and REACH

We are working in close collaboration with our suppliers to fulfill the requirements of the legislation.

In the best interest of making existing supply chains fully REACH compliant, Chemours expects from its direct and indirect suppliers that all substances contained in products supplied to Chemours and requiring registration have been pre-registered on time. We also expect our suppliers to ensure that those substances requiring registration have been or will be registered in due time by our supplier/relevant up-stream supplier/s.

We invite our suppliers to engage with Chemours in a constructive communication process, so that Chemours uses shall be included as an identified use in the registration of our supplier.

For a full view of REACH implementation, we suggest that you access the REACH Navigator prepared by the European Chemicals Agency.

Chemours REACH General Statement

Chemours successfully complied with the 2010, 2013 and 2018 registration deadlines. All products sold by Chemours to our EEA customers by Chemours legal entities in Europe¹ are compliant with REACH regulatory requirements. All necessary substances of the Chemours portfolio have been registered under REACH either by Chemours or by a supplier, or are exempt from REACH registration. Where required, European SDSs are being updated to be consistent with the information in the REACH registration.

Each importer is responsible for his own compliance with REACH; Chemours products sold to customers outside of EEA may not necessarily be compliant with REACH requirements.

To fully understand the obligations that you as our customer have under REACH, we recommend that you consult the ECHA website.

Chemours Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) General Statement

Chemours sells products into a large variety of markets and applications. The majority of the products we sell does not contain substances above the legal threshold of above or equal to 0.1 % (w/w) that are on the European Union (EU) Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern for Authorisation² or that have been moved to the Authorisation list³, also known as REACH Annex XIV.

For the products that contain a SVHC, we notify our direct customers and distributors in the EEA via the Safety Data Sheet in Section 15.

For situations where direct contact is not made or where there are additional questions or concerns about our products in regards to the Candidate List of SVHCs, please contact us at the following e-mail address: SIEF-DC&[email protected].

¹ This includes the Chemours legal entities in the EU/EEA, as well as Chemours International Operations Sàrl.

² Candidate List published by ECHA: Last update of the Candidate List published on January 15, 2019 - see ECHA website

³ Authorisation List published by ECHA:

Updated on: 21 January 2019

This information is based on our current level of knowledge and expresses only our intention. It does not constitute a binding obligation. Whilst the information is provided in good faith, no representations or warranties are made with regards to its completeness or accuracy and no liability will be accepted for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance on the information.