Product Declarations

An environmental product declaration provides a standardized way to quantify the environment impact of a product or system.

EU REACH Article 33 Declarations

REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) is a regulation of the European Union managed by the European Chemicals Agency (, adopted in December 2006 to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals.

Kodak is committed to meeting its legal obligations under REACH, whether as a manufacturer, importer or downstream user. We work closely with our suppliers and customers to ensure continued compliance throughout the supply chain.

Kodak communicates to suppliers that they are required to provide material declarations and to update those declarations as new/revised regulatory requirements are defined, including the Court of Justice of the European Union Judgment in Case C-106/14.

Kodak continuously refines assessments of products based on REACH regulatory updates, information gathered from our supply chain and technical judgement.

  • The REACH Article 33 Declarations (PDF) document identifies Kodak consumable articles that may contain substances on the European Chemical Agency Candidate List at concentrations greater than 0.1% (wt/wt).
  • All other consumable articles have no known substances on the Candidate List at concentrations greater than 0.1% (wt/wt).
  • Commercial equipment product Reach Article 33 Declarations are available electronically. This allows for access to the latest version as the Candidate List changes. Documentation supplied with the product will direct you to your customer portal such as the Service & Support/Search Knowledgebase Answers menu at your Partner Place account.
  • When consumer equipment manufactured by or for Kodak becomes available the following statement will be added - For inquiries regarding consumer equipment contact Please indicate the product name, catalog or part number of the item(s) that you are interested in.