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Regulatory issues and sustainability

Proactively manage your exposure to environmental, restricted substance, and similar risks from the early stages of the design process onwards.

Respond to restricted substances risk

Manage your company’s material and substance data, enabling in-depth analysis of risk due to restricted substance regulations such as REACH. Apply unique reference data for a complete view of: materials, specifications, coatings, substances, and regulations. De-risk materials and processes, design for compliance, and analyze existing products.

 

“Before using Granta, we answered a restricted substance query in 11 days – and missed some of the affected materials. With Granta, we took 20 minutes and identified more potential issues”
EMIT Consortium Member


Product risk data and materials selection

Find and apply reference data on the environmental properties of materials, on restricted substances, and on critical materials and conflict minerals. Fully integrated with Granta’s rich library of engineering property data for metals, composites, plastics, and more. Apply this data through GRANTA Selector – a PC tool for materials experts, that integrates Granta’s Eco Audit methodology with powerful materials selection and substitution capabilities to guide early-stage product design.

 


An enterprise approach to sustainability and eco design

Enable eco design, assess product risk, maximize resource efficiency – integrated with your corporate materials information management system. GRANTA MI can be configured to run reports on Bills of Materials for products or designs, enabling fast assessment of eco impact, restricted substance risk, supply chain risk, and product circularity.

 

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Get in touch to discuss how Granta can help with regulatory challenges or meeting sustainability objectives.

EMIT Consortium

Granta solutions for restricted substances and sustainability are developed in collaboration with members of the Environmental Materials Information Technology Consortium (EMIT).