The project’s main expected results include:
improved science-policy integration and the transfer of results to provide a solid technical background for public bodies, authorities and the business community affected by REACH and CLP Regulations;
a national thematic stakeholder’s platform established with links to relevant EU authorities and agencies to support project actions;
consolidation of the inREACH Framework and identification of the 25 most critical issues affecting REACH and CLP Regulations implementation;
a roadmap for the definition of strategies and activities to overcome the 25 most critical issues affecting REACH and CLP Regulations implementation;
technical specifications for an operations and process model, supported by an ICT platform, to check compliance of chemicals with REACH and CLP Regulations at the EU import stage;
demonstration of the exploitability, viability and sustainability of the developed inREACH Framework at national level and its replicability potential at EU level;
overall evaluated reduction by 5-10% of actual chemicals with limited information entering into EU space/mobilisation/use.