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South Korea MoE Responds to Industry Concerns over CCA Implementation

South Korea’s MoE has responded to industry concerns over CCA implementation as the grace period will come to an end on 31 Dec 2019. CCA grace period varies in different situations including: permission management of hazardous chemicals, preparation and submission of off-site impact assessment report and risk management plan, management of handling facilities, etc.

Korea Economic Daily, a media outlet in South Korea reported that the chemical industry is facing difficulties revolving around compliance with the Chemical Control Act[1] (CCA), as the maximum applicable 5-year grace period comes to an end. In response to industry concerns, the Ministry of Environment (MoE) issued a statement [2] on May 15th, 2019.

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