SEA Declaration
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SEA (CLP) COMPLIANCE PROCESS

WHAT IS CLP STATEMENT AND ITS PURPOSE?

The harmful effects of chemicals on humans and the environment, environmental destructions that can be seen for many years as a result of accidents that may occur are known by the whole world. In this context, the CLP Regulation, which is one of the measures that can be taken, was published on 30 December 2008 with the European Parliament and Council Decision No EC/1272/2008 and entered into force on 20 January 2009.

CLP is known as an abbreviation for Classification, Labeling and Packaging. Its purpose is to regulate the compliance of chemical substances with technical procedures and principles related to classification, labeling and packaging while the substance entering into free circulation, in order to protect against the negative effects of chemical substances on the environment.

WHAT IS SEA STATEMENT?

In our country, in the EU harmonization process, the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization adapted the CLP regulation to the conditions of Turkey and published the “Regulation on Classification, Labeling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures” (SEA) on 11 December 2013.

WHO COVERED BY THE SEA STATEMENT AND WHAT OBLIGATIONS ARE THERE?

The entry into force of the SEA Statement brings some obligations for the manufacturer, importer, downstream user and distributor. Legislative provisions such as classification of substances and mixtures put on the market, labeling and packaging of harmful substances, notification and preparation of safety data sheets should be fulfilled by businesses.

In SEA Compliance Processes; As Bilgi Çevre Consultancy Services, we support your company in order to fulfill all legislative requirements and provide you with information about your obligations.

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