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What information we may publish about your internationally assessed introduction?

If you're introducing a chemical in the reported category and your introduction is internationally assessed, you can apply for protection of the chemical's name and end use as confidential business information.

We consider internationally assessed reported introductions to potentially be of higher risk and therefore may decide to publish the following information on our website after you submit your pre-introduction report:

  • chemical name
  • end use
  • name of international assessment body

If you do not want us to publish the chemical name and/or end use, you must apply to protect this information as confidential business information (CBI).

If we approve protection of your CBI, and if we decide we will publish information about the internationally-assessed introduction, we'll publish:

Note: you cannot apply for CBI protection of the international assessment body — if a decision is made to publish information about an internationally-assessed introduction - the name of the international assessment body will be published. 

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