What is a KKDIK Pre-Registration?
The Turkey’s EU REACH based KKDIK Regulation was published on June 23, 2017 and came into force on December 23rd, 2017. All companies manufacturing or importing chemical substances on their own or in mixtures as well as in articles in Turkey must submit a KKDIK pre-registration to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization (MoEU).
The first step of the registration for all potential registrants, downstream users and third parties of substances is to submit pre-substance information exchange forum (pre-SIEF) to the MoEU via the KKS Tool (Chemical Registration System Tool) till 31 December, 2020.
What does our KKDIK Pre-Registration Service offer?
We offer Pre-Registration Service for Turkish and non-Turkey established companies in order to fulfil the pre-registration obligations on their behalf. The service for non-Turkey established companies will be integrated with our Only Representative Service.
We provide full support to complete this first major step in KKDIK compliance by defining your responsibilities for each substance under scope. Our Pre-Registration Service includes:
- Collection of pre-registration data for each substance
- Submission of pre-registration data to the MoEU (Ministry of Environment and Urbanization) via the KKS Tool (Chemical Registration System Tool)
- KKDIK consulting and support for the duration of pre-registration
KKDIK Regulation [O.G. 30105 – 23.06.2017]
Substance Information Exchange Forums
(1) All potential registrants, downstream users and third parties of substance who have submitted pre-substance information exchange forum (pre-SIEF) to the Ministry, or registrants who have submitted a registration for that substance before December 31, 2023 shall be participants in a substance information exchange forum (SIEF).
(2) The aim of each SIEF shall be to:
- a) Facilitate, for the purposes of registration, the exchange of the information specified in Article 11 (Information to be Submitted for General Registration Purposes) (1) (a) (6) and (7) between potential registrants, thereby avoiding the duplication of studies; and
- b) Agree classification and labelling where there is a difference in the classification and labelling of the substance between potential registrants.
(3) SIEF participants shall provide other participants with existing studies, react to requests by other participants for information, collectively identify needs for further studies for the purposes of paragraph 2(a) and arrange for such studies to be carried out. Each SIEF shall be operational until December 31, 2025.