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Interpretation of VOCs Limited Standards of Coatings, Inks, Adhesives and Cleaning Agents

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Andrew Dai , Jennie Chen, Johnnie Tung
Wednesday , 20th May 2020
REACH24H Consulting Group China

In order to effectively prevent and control atmospheric environmental pollution in China and further reduce the emission of VOC pollutants, China is advancing measures for VOC source control. Recently, China has issued following national mandatory product standards: Limits for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Inks, Limits for Volatile Organic Compounds in Adhesives, Limits for VOCs in Cleaning Agents, Limits for harmful substances in industrial protective Coating, and so on. China has clearly stipulated the limits for VOCs in various products which cover relevant enterprises and public institution in production, sales, use, testing for products.

  • Issuance and implementation of standard

  • Scope of application for standards

  • Content interpretation for standards

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  • EHS Regulatory Consultant
    Mr. Dai obtained a master's degree in Energy and Environment from the City University of Hong Kong, and now he is engaged in the research of policies and regulations in the environmental field, especially the research on the atmospheric environment and the harmless disposal of hazardous wastes and resource utilization. Mr. Dai has extensive field experience in the standardized management of hazardous wastes and environmental risk management and control of industrial enterprises. He has customized hazardous waste compliance solutions and training for many Fortune 500 companies as well as many international mining associations and well-known international electronic brands and is proficient in relevant laws and regulations standard.
  • Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    She has long been engaged in compliance consulting services for Japanese enterprises, including China New Chemical Declaration, Taiwan New Chemical and Existing Chemical Registration, China Hazardous Chemical Registration, and global GHS.
  • Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Tung obtained a Master’s Degree of Commerce from the University of Sydney, now he mainly engaged in the business development about environmental policies and regulations. Be familiar with the laws and regulations in hazard chemical management, having rich experience in GHS&EHS regulations consulting service.