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  • 16/01/2017

    Organic pigments reference for ZDHC compliance

    ETAD’s metal limits for organic pigments are used as a reference for textile applications in compliance with the ZDHC MRSL. To simplify the communication with our members' customers we create a specific document as quick reference for this purpose. It can be downloaded directly here or from our publications page.


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  • 10/01/2017

    Dyes in REACH Annex III inventory

    As part of its activities aimed to identify substances of concern ECHA recently screened many chemical structures using various prediction tools, and summarized the results in an inventory of chemicals evaluated as potentially meeting the criteria of Annex III to the REACH Regulation. Among the screened substances are several dyes. ETAD prepared a communication on this topic as a quick reference to clarify the actual effect of the listing on the status of those dyes.

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  • 07/12/2016

    Update of ETAD Method 212

    Together with its member companies, ETAD has updated its analytical Method 212 (Edition May 3rd, 2016) “Identification and Quantification of Primary Aromatic Amines in Organic Pigments by HPLC”. The updated version allows a more precise quantification of residual PAAs.

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