Other complex substances – inorganic UVCBs (iUVCBs) – generated as by-products from producing and transforming lead are also covered by the Consortium. Where produced and used under Strictly Controlled Conditions, manufacturers and importers may register isolated intermediates with reduced information requirements and lower ECHA fees and must submit detailed information on those means for rigorous containment and to minimise emissions.

Below is a list of iUVCBs for which the Consortium is coordinating REACH activities. The compositions were defined in consultation with the Lead REACH Consortium members, using the highest typical elemental percentages for each constituent.

The Lead REACH Consortium is currently developing new-format Substance Identity Profiles for its iUVCBs, based on a template developed by Eurometaux in light of substance ID discussions with ECHA. Work to refine substance ID for iUVCBs continues under MISA.

This page is currently being updated as and when the new-format SIPs have been agreed by registrants and submitted to Lead Registrants for dossier updates.

Complex substances

Flue dust, lead refining
(EC 273-809-1)

Lead alloy, base, Sn, Pb, dross
(EC 273-701-4)

Lead antimonial dross
(EC 273-795-7)

Lead dross
(EC 273-796-2)

Lead dross antimony rich
(EC 273-791-5)

Lead dross, bismuth rich
(EC 273-792-0)

Lead, Bullion
(EC 308-011-5)

Lead, dross, copper rich
(EC 273-925-2)

Matte, lead
(EC 282-356-9)

Slags, lead reverbatory smelting
(EC 273-800-2)

Slags, Lead smelting
(EC 273-825-9)

Slimes & sludges, battery scrap antimony & lead-rich
(EC 310-061-8)

Speiss, Lead
(EC 282-366-3)

Wastes, lead battery reprocessing
(EC 305-445-7)

Zinc, desilverising skims
(EC 273-802-3)