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Taiwan’s Standard Registration of 106 Priority Existing Chemicals
Apr 02, 2020
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.
Taiwan Expects On-site Inspection of Imported Chemicals
Oct 12, 2018
The pre-confirmation of chemical commodities on the IT platform of Chemical Commodity Importation Pre-Confirmation has been implemented since 2016, which is at present voluntary. Stakeholders are encouraged to declare and confirm on the CCIP platform before importation if their chemical substances contained in goods are subject to new and existing chemical registration.
Taiwan Details Supporting Measures for Registration of Existing Chemicals
Aug 28, 2018
106 priority existing chemical substances will be subject to Taiwan’s standard registration according to the draft revisions to the “Regulation of New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration” published on Mar 27th, 2018.
Taiwan: Inclusion of Registered New Chemical Substances in TCSI
Jan 22, 2018
Taiwan’s new chemical registration system has been implemented since the end of 2014. There is increased demand from the industry for listing registered new chemical substances into Taiwan’s existing chemical substance inventory (TCSI).
Taiwan to Revise New and Existing Chemical Registration Regulation
Jul 27, 2017
Taiwan EPA is to revise the Regulation of New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration (EPA’s regulation). The draft amendments were introduced by Taiwan EPA at a seminar held in Taipei on 18 Jul 2017, including some significant changes to hazard & exposure assessment, review period, confidentiality validity, late pre-registration, annual reporting, etc.
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