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  • ETAD position paper on organic pigments as nanomaterials (2018)Download
  • Short information notice on the status of azo pigments classified as WGK 3 in GermanyDownload
  • ETAD communication on dyes in REACH Annex III inventoryDownload
  • ETAD reference pigments ZDHCDownload
  • ETAD Information Notice No 7 Significance of the bacterial reverse mutation test as predictor of rodent and human carcinogenicity Download
  • Guidance for the User Industry on the Environmental Hazard Labelling of Dyestuffs Download
  • ETAD Information on the 19th Amendment of the Restrictions on the Marketing and Use of Certain Azocolorants Download
  • COTANCE/ETAD Information Note Download
  • Diarylide pigments and the PBT/vPvB issue Download
  • ETAD Information Notice No 6 (rev. 2008) Download
  • EUPIA List and DOL Download
  • Chlorine-containing colorants in masterbatches Download
  • New Information Note on colophony-containing pigments Download
  • ETAD element limits for pigments in toys Download
  • ETAD recommendation for threshold limits on impurities in dyes (2014) Download
  • ETAD Position on two French Notifications 2004/327/F and 2004/328/F Download
  • EU Chemicals Policy and the colorants industry Download
  • ETAD Considerations regarding the Designation of Colorants for the Nomination List of the Chinese Hygienic Standard GB 9685-2003Download
  • ETAD Position on the presence of Hexachlorobenzene as an unintentional by-product in certain ColorantsDownload
  • ETAD comments on proposals for revision of the criteria for the EU Ecolabel for textile productsDownload
  • ETAD Position Paper on the Trade Union Priority List for REACH AuthorisationDownload
  • ETAD Position Paper on Nanomaterials Download
  • ETAD Position on the presence of traces of PCBs in some organic pigments Download
  • EURATEX ‐ ETAD ‐ TEGEWA Common Position on the Swedish Chemical Agency (KemI) report on hazardous substances in textiles Download
  • ETAD and EURATEX comments on the Dutch report "Hazardous Substances in Textile Products” (RIVM Report 2014-0155)Download