Latest Interpretation of Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances (MEE Order No.12)

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Erin Chen, Horus Guo, Nelly Chen
Tuesday , 12th May 2020
REACH24H Consulting Group China
Background

200508 新化学物质环境管理登记办法 newsletter.jpgClick here to access the English translation of the brand-new MEE Order No.12.

China initiated the environmental management system for new chemical substances a decade ago. Before new chemical substances are manufactured or imported, it is required to identify hazards and assess environmental risks, and notify to the authorities, in order to prevent the ecological environment and public health from damages. 

The Ministry of Ecology and Environment has recently issued the “Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances" (MEE Order No. 12), which will be implemented from January 1, 2021 to replace the original “Measures” (MEP Order No.7) which was issued on January 19, 2010. It will be another milestone in the process of environmental management of new chemical substances in China.

In this webinar, we will focus on the key points of the lately issued MEE Order No.12, and interpret major changes and widely concerned aspects, thus enterprises are able to better comply with the regulation.

Contents
  • Background of the revised Measures

  • Key points of MEE Order No.12

  • Advices on Compliance

Contact Information

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Speaker
  • Regulatory Consultant
    Ms. Erin Chen is from the Japanese Business Department. She is mainly responsible for consulting affairs concerning chemicals regulations in Chinese mainland and Taiwan, and also focuses on Eurasia REACH and other REACH-like regulations. She is experienced in helping Japanese customers dealing with various kinds of projects.
  • Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Horus Guo is from the Department of Chemical Registration in the Asia-Pacific Region. He obtained a bachelor's degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology. He is mainly responsible for the consulting affairs of the chemicals regulation in China, Taiwan, and South Korea. He is experienced in dealing with complicated projects and clients from different industrial and cultural backgrounds.
  • Technical engineer of Industrial Chemicals Dept.
    Nelly was graduated from Zhejiang University of Technology, majored in engineering for master’s degree. And having 7 years’ experience in chemical registration/notification in China. Nelly gathered rich experiences in all types of notification under China REACH, especially proficient in data gap analysis, notification strategy making and Non-test method evaluation (read-across and QSAR).