Aerospace industry launches chemical reporting
IAEG (International Aerospace Environmental Group), which groups global aerospace companies (including Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Rolls-Royce, Dassault …) has launched an Aerospace and Defence Declarable Substances List (AD-DSL). The objective is to respond to environmental scrutiny and facilitate work with regulatory and the supply chain. A list of nearly 800 chemicals has been published, classified in three groups (prohibited/identified for prohibition, disclosure required by regulation, likely to be subject to requirements in the future).
BDEs including Deca, SCCPs and HBCD are in the first group, antimony compounds are in the third group, the only PIN FRs cited are Tris(aziridinyl)phosphinoxide (group 3) and Trixylyl phosphate (group 2), both of which are now restricted under REACH.IAEG Aerospace and Defence Declarable Substances List http://www.iaeg.com/workgroups/wg1/addsl/
Press release “IAEG Publishes First Aerospace & Defence Declarable Substances List” 7th May 2015 http://www.iaeg.com/elements/pdf/iaeg_nrl_ad-dsl_5_2015.pdf