The European Union has published Brexit preparedness Guides for key areas linked to nanomaterials production and use - primarily chemicals (REACH) and biocidal products - for the end of the transition period on January 1st when the UK ceases to be bound by the internal market and Customs Union.

A covering guidance includes:

  • Trade in good
  • Trade in services
  • Energy
  • Travelling and Tourism
  • Mobility
  • Company and civil law
  • Data, digital and IPR

Biocidal guidance includes:

  • Labelling
  • Approvals
  • Data sharing and protection
  • Authorisations
  • Treated articles
  • IT issues
  • Parallel trade

Chemicals guidance includes:

  • Registration
  • Authorisation
  • Separation provision of the withdrawal agreement
  • Applicable rules in Northern Ireland