Taiwan’s Standard Registration of 106 Priority Existing Chemicals
Apr 02, 2020
Taiwan’s standard registration of 106 PECs began in 2020. The registration deadlines depend on the tonnage band the registrant submitted in pre-registration/late pre-registration.
Standard registration can use diversified data, including test reports, literature review, QSAR, test plan, and international public database data, etc.
Issues regarding data purchase, data sharing, and protection are of high concern.
Taiwan’s standard registration for 106 priority existing chemicals (PECs) at or above one tonne a year began on January 1, 2020. According to the amendments of Taiwan's New and Existing Chemical Registration Regulation , the standard registration for the PECs should be completed within 2 or 3 years. To aid in the timely preparation of documentation and data, ChemLinked has prepared this article to address industry concerns.
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