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South Korea to Strengthen the Management of Hazardous Substances in EEPs
Dec 04, 2020
To establish a preventive management system for international hazardous substances, MoE proposes to amend the enforcement decree of Act on Resource Circulation of Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Vehicles. Specified measures include expanding the regulatory scope of products containing these hazardous substances and adding hazardous substances to be restricted.
Monthly Digest: Chemical Regulatory Updates in Asia-Pacific Region in July 2020
Aug 11, 2020
July of 2020 has witnessed many chemical regulatory changes in the Asia-Pacfic region. To recap the most important news during the last month, we've put together the most important chemical regulatory news in the region.
New Zealand HSNO
China, Japan and South Korea Set to Continue Joint Environmental Actions
Dec 06, 2019
On November 23 and 24, the 21st Tripartite Environment Ministers Meeting (TEMM) was held in Kitakyushu, Japan, during which environment ministers of China, Japan and South Korea exchanged the latest developments in environmental policies of each country following TEMM20 and set new priorities for the next Tripartite Joint Action Plan (TJAP 2020-2024).
South Korea Completes Domestic Approval Process for the Minamata Convention on Mercury
Nov 26, 2019
On the 21st November, South Korea MoE issued a Notice  that the Minamata Convention on Mercury had been approved internally. The approval document was submitted to the United Nations on 22nd November.
MoE Deny Environmental Regulations Hinder Localization of Semiconductor Materials
Jul 17, 2019
Recently, the trade friction between Japan and South Korea on semiconductor materials has caused worldwide concern. In the face of Japan’s tough attitude, South Korea has to find other ways to obtain these important raw materials in a short time. One of the most contentious issues for South Koreans is the country’s lack of self-sustainability in semiconductor raw materials.
South Korea to Expand Definition of Existing Chemical Substances
Key Takeaways for Claiming CBI on Korean MSDS
South Korea Publishes English Leaflet for Implementation of New MSDS Rules
China Supplements 204 Substances into IECSC
Japan Plans to Gradually Subject More Substances to Mandatory SDS and Labelling Requirements
Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
Road Transport of Dangerous Goods: Responsibilities of Loaders
H1 2020 Top 10 Chemical Regulatory Updates in Asia-Pacific Region
Taiwan Releases Guidance for Priority Existing Chemical Substances Registration
China New Chemical
MEE Opens Public Consultation on New Chemical Registration Transitional Measures
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