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E-liquid industry regulations – REACH and CLP

REACH and CLP are two European Union regulations that apply to the chemical industry in general. However, as e-liquids are part of the chemical industry, they also fall under REACH and CLP. Let’s take a closer look at them, as they are among the most important e-liquid industry regulations. If you would like to learn more about the industry regulations or requirements, click the following links: TPD regulationspharmacopeia qualitystorage and handling requirements.

1. E-liquid industry regulations – REACH

What is REACH?

REACH is one of the most important regulations of the European Union. It concerns a lot of chemical substances and affects many producers, importers, and downstream users. REACH has also an impact on our everyday […]

REACH and CLP summary on the example of PureNic 99+ pure nicotine

Welcome in our third and last article about REACH and CLP. We didn’t have the time and opportunity to talk about all the requirements coming from one of the biggest regulations in EU, but we will try to summarize the most important ones. Let’s do it on the example of our flagship product – PureNic 99+ pure nicotine. When looking at nicotine description on our website, you will find the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) among other documents. SDS is required by REACH and it is supposed to be created for every hazardous substance. Supplier of a substance or mixture has to deliver an SDS to the entity that purchased said product. On our website, you will find the most recent version of the SDS, because this year a new CLP harmonized classification for nicotine has been published. What […]

CLP – what is it? How does it influence nicotine base or e-liquid packaging design?

Welcome again in our series of articles related to REACH and its obligations. Last time we explained what REACH is and today we promised to talk about CLP.

What is CLP then? Does it influence nicotine bases manufacturers?

Again the name of this Regulation comes from the first letters of a phrase: Classification, Labelling, and Packaging. As you know those three issues are very important for the chemical industry. Nowadays it may be obvious that a product composed of chemical substances on a shop shelf has a label informing you about any threats that may be caused by this product. This information and the way we display it on a product is regulated by the CLP. Born on 16 December 2008, it came into force on 20 January 2009, but a […]

Nicotine. What it is and how is it classified?

In the 16th century, a french doctor Jean Nicot prescribed tobacco as a medication to his patients and it is his name that gave name to Nicotine. In the year 1828 Nicotine has been isolated for the first time, in 1843 its chemical composition was recognised and it was first time synthesized in 1904. Nicotine is a colorless, odorless and oily substance obtained from tobacco leaves via water vapor destillation in alkaline enviroment and Ether Extraction or via Supercritical Extraction. […]

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