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[Owner: Product Safety | Version:2 | Date: March 2018]
Chemical substances in Table 1 shall not be intentionally added to goods as defined in the introduction of this document supplied to Essity.
Known or suspected content of non-intentionally added substances from Table 1, including residual monomers, shall be communicated to and will be assessed case by case.
In addition it has to be secured that the content of substances on the REACH candidate list never exceed 0.1%. Appropriate confirmation is requested.
Residual monomers are not considered as intentionally added but are process driven impurities.
Exceptions from the list may exist for specific goods after approval from Essity .
Chemical substances in Table 2 are of special concern and their presence in goods/ materials supplied to Essity as a result of intentional or non-intentional addition will be assessed in each individual case. Known and suspected presence of substances in Table 2 shall be communicated to Essity
Please note that these lists are not exhaustive.
In addition to this Annex& Essity has defined further specific requirements or Essity positions for various types of goods, e.g. materials for hygiene absorbent materials, perfumes, merchandised products, etc.; These documents will be communicated accordingly via the respective Essity contacts.
The chemicals listed in the Table 1 and 2 below refer to all goods supplied to Essity. Due the wide variation of products, some chemical substances listed might not be of relevance for the supplied goods at all. Furthermore, some of the listed chemicals might have specific limits in the specific requirements for the goods in question.
1 The United Nations Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals
2 Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures