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Thailand Specifies Requirements for Declaration of Hazardous Substances under the Authorization of DIW
Apr 29, 2020
The draft specifies that a declaration is required when the stakeholders engage in storage, manufacturing, import, export activities above 100kg per half-year. The list of hazardous substances that are subject to the declaration has been updated.
Thailand DIW Consults on 3 Implementation Specifications under the Hazardous Substance Act
Apr 16, 2020
Thailand DIW is currently consulting on three draft regulations under HAS, which includes: the exemption conditions under the Act, the exemption conditions of List 5.6 substances, and the inclusion criteria for List 5.6 Hazardous Substance. The consultation will conclude on April 30. Online submission, telephone feedback, and email feedback are all available.
Brief on Thailand's Chemical Management Work Plan
Mar 17, 2020
Speaking at ChemCon held in Philadelphia on March 5, 2020, Caroline Li from ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd mentioned Thailand’s chemical management work plan for the next few years. Details were also offered on the notification requirements for hazardous substances in List 5.6 and planned to phase-out some plastic products.
Thailand Consults on Updated Hazardous Chemicals List
Mar 15, 2019
On 11 Mar, Thailand’s Department of Industrial Works (DIW) issued a notice (B.E.2562), consulting on a proposal to make some changes to the List of Hazardous Substances under the Hazardous Substances Control Act (HSCA). The proposed changes are as follows, which relates to Annex 4.1, 4.2 and 5.1.
Thailand Consults on Revisions to Hazardous Substances Act
Dec 12, 2018
On Dec 4th, 2018, Thailand Hazardous Substances Management Division under the Department of Industrial Works (DIW) opened the draft revisions to the Hazardous Substances Act to public consultation. The consultation period will end on Dec 14th, 2018.
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