Our Commitment to Product Stewardship
The Chemours Company defines product stewardship as “an integrated business process for identifying, managing, and reducing safety, health, and environmental risk through all stages of a product’s life in the best interest of our four stakeholders: customers, employees, shareholders, and society.” For specific questions not addressed below, please email us at [email protected].
- Canadian Food Contact Status
- Chinese Food Contact Status
- MERCOSUR Food Contact Status
- US FDA Food Contact Status
- EU Food Contact Compliance (Plastics)
- EU Food Contact Compliance (Plastics - R-350)
- EU Food Contact Compliance (Coatings)
- EU Food Contact Compliance (Paper)
- EU Ongoing Classification and Labeling Harmonization of TiO₂
- Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
- CONEG-EU-CA Packaging Regulations
- End of Life Vehicles (ELV)
- Country Chemical Inventories
- Prop 65
- Toy Safety
- Japan ChemSHERPA
Product stewardship is one component of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) and the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) Responsible Care™ program. Chemours is a member of both ACC and CEFIC and is fully committed to implementing product stewardship throughout our businesses.
For specific documents regarding the Sustainability, please visit the Chemours sustainability page.
The European Union created and adapted the REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and Restriction of Chemicals) regulation to ensure the protection of humans and the environment from risks that chemicals may carry. REACH regulations apply to all chemical substances and places burden of proof on companies. Companies must identify and manage any risks associated with the substances they manufacture and market in the EU to maintain compliance with REACH.