Scan4Chem: App provides information about Substances of Very High Concern in products

Whether furniture, clothes or toys, products we use every day contain chemicals – and some of these have properties problematic for people and the environment. In the EU REACH Regulation, these harmful chemicals are classed as SVHC - “Substances of Very High Concern”. A good way to find out if a product contains SVHC is the app Scan4Chem. Download: https://bit.ly/Scan4Chem_Android https://bit.ly/Scan4Chem_Apple More information: https://www.umweltbundesamt.de/en/topics/chemicals/reach-what-is-it/chemicals-in-articles-eu-life-project-askreach

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