KKDIK came into force as a result of EU Adaptation policy. The first phase of pre-registration ended on December 31st, 2020. The registration phase then officially started the next day (January 1st, 2020). By complying with KKDIK, exporters can ensure their access to the Turkish Market. Exporters of those who wish to enter into the Turkish market but missed the pre-registration should pre-register as soon as possible to be able to benefit from the advantages of joint registration.
For additional details please refer to our Turkey REACH summaries and FAQs.
For any further questions please book a Free Regulatory Compliance Consultation by writing to us at Turkey-REACH@gpcregulatory.com.
On June 23, 2017 the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanization (MoEU) published regulations for the management of substances, very similar to the EU REACH
Regulation, (EC) No 1907/2006.
The KKDIK regulation came into eﬀect on December 23, 2017.
KKDIK-TURKEY REACH replaces three existing Regulations:
The inventory and Control of Chemicals (CICR) was immediately replaced by KKDIK Regulation
June 23, 2017
The Restrictions Relating to the production, Supply to the market and Use of Certain Harzadous Materials, Products and Goods
December 23, 2017
The preparation and Distribution of safety data sheets for hazardous materials and products
December 31, 2023
The purpose of KKDIK is:
Scope of KKDIK:
KKDIK covers manufacturing, placing on the market or use of the substances on their own, in a mixture or in an article and placing the mixtures on the market unless they are:
All substances that are in scope of KKDIK have to be registered and pre-registered if they are produced or imported more than 1 ton per year unless they are exempt. Substances that are not pre-registered until the deadline will not be allowed to be placed in the Turkish market until their registration is complete. Substances that are not registered in time will not be allowed to be placed in the market
Who can register?
Labelling Requirements in Turkey :
SDS Requirements in Turkey:
Turkey has implemented GHS with diﬀerent deadlines set for substances and mixtures. Chemical Classiﬁcation criteria, labeling and SDS requirements are mainly set by the following two regulations:
Fees will be determined annually and published at the website
of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization (MoEU).