SCIP Hazardous Waste Solutions
Easily submit the required SCIP hazardous waste data to the ECHA with our customizable solutions.
What is the SCIP Database?
Articles as such and complex projects (two or more components) imported or placed on the European market and that contain listed SCVHs in a concentration exceeding 0,1% weight by weight fall within the scope of the SCIP (Substance of Concern In articles as such, or in complex Products) hazardous waste database. The ECHA launched a prototype on February 17, 2020, as a platform to test submission processes and requires information be submitted by January 5, 2021. This database will be available for the general public to access and view.
Easily Comply with SCIP Requirements
Compliance starts with accurate data and efficient supply chain communication. We provide the robust tools you need to collect, aggregate, submit, and utilize data. From Safety Data Sheets (SDS) to Full Materials Declaration and from hazardous substances restrictions to certificates of conformity, we provide bespoke solutions to make compliance easy.
Articles vs. Components
It’s crucial to correctly classify the articles that make up your product in order to be compliant with SCIP. If not identified correctly, businesses might believe a component can be considered an article and be reporting at the component level instead of at the article level.
The definition of a component is a part or sub-assembly that is part of a product. Therefore, a component can be an article, or it can be made up of articles. An article is an object which during production is given a special shape, surface or design which determines its function to a greater degree than its chemical composition. Our experts can provide the aid you need to make sure you are identifying your articles accurately.
What Information Does the SCIP Database Require?
Required Article Information
- Article name
- Article identifiers
- Article category
- Production in the EU
- Characteristic value
- Characteristic unit
- Safe use instructions
- Disassembling instructions
Required Complex Project Information
- Linked article
- Number of units
Required Element and Substance Information
- Candidate list version
- Candidate list substance
- Concentration range
- Material category
- Mixture category
Where Can Required Information be Found?
Suppliers who acknowledge they supply a product that includes SVHCs should be prompted to include secondary documentation that includes the SCIP required information. Documents that may contain this information include:
- Full Materials Disclosure (FMD)
- Laboratory Test Report (LTR)
- Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
- Certificates of Compliance (COC)
Source Intelligence automates this process for quick document collection and verification with our AI-powered platform.
Are you ready to submit your SCIP information? Visit the ECHA Submission Portal.