The new European database for chemicals of concern: How useful is SCIP for waste management?

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The new European database for chemicals of concern : How useful is SCIP for waste management? / Friege, Henning; Zeschmar-Lahl, Barbara; Kummer, Beate; Wagner, Jörg.

in: Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy, Jahrgang 21, 100430, 06.2021.

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title = "The new European database for chemicals of concern: How useful is SCIP for waste management?",
abstract = "The interface between chemicals and waste legislation is a major problem for the envisaged circular economy. To re-use or recycle more waste, information on its composition is needed. The EU Waste Framework Directive obliges producers to document the presence of substances of very high concern in a new database (SCIP), which went online in January 2021. We studied some products of varying complexity and with different pollutant problems from a number of industries. Our investigation indicates that the new database is of limited use for recycling companies. Further requirements focusing on the intended recycling of used products are discussed.",
keywords = "Batteries, Chemicals, End-of-life vehicles, Insulation materials, Plastics from WEEE, PVC floor Coverings, Recycling, Resource recovery, Shoe waste, Substances of concern, SVHC, Tyres, Waste, Waste wood, Chemistry",
author = "Henning Friege and Barbara Zeschmar-Lahl and Beate Kummer and J{\"o}rg Wagner",
year = "2021",
month = jun,
doi = "10.1016/j.scp.2021.100430",
language = "English",
volume = "21",
journal = "Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy",
issn = "2352-5541",
publisher = "Elsevier B.V.",

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AU - Friege, Henning

AU - Zeschmar-Lahl, Barbara

AU - Kummer, Beate

AU - Wagner, Jörg

PY - 2021/6

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N2 - The interface between chemicals and waste legislation is a major problem for the envisaged circular economy. To re-use or recycle more waste, information on its composition is needed. The EU Waste Framework Directive obliges producers to document the presence of substances of very high concern in a new database (SCIP), which went online in January 2021. We studied some products of varying complexity and with different pollutant problems from a number of industries. Our investigation indicates that the new database is of limited use for recycling companies. Further requirements focusing on the intended recycling of used products are discussed.

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KW - Batteries

KW - Chemicals

KW - End-of-life vehicles

KW - Insulation materials

KW - Plastics from WEEE

KW - PVC floor Coverings

KW - Recycling

KW - Resource recovery

KW - Shoe waste

KW - Substances of concern

KW - SVHC

KW - Tyres

KW - Waste

KW - Waste wood

KW - Chemistry

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DO - 10.1016/j.scp.2021.100430

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JF - Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy

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