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China MEE Supplements 115 Substances into IECSC

On April 21, 2021, the Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) released a notice [1], announcing to include 115 substances into the Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances (IECSC).

It is made clear that the new additions are substances for which regular registration certificates were obtained under MEP Order No. 7. Their listing is approved because five years have passed since their first-time activity.

According to MEE Order No. 12, for substances for which regular registration certificates were obtained under MEP Order no. 7, if no actual activity takes place after the completion of their registration, they will be listed into IECSC five years after MEE Order No. 12 takes effect.

Moreover, for substances for which regular registration certificates were obtained under SEPA Order No. 17 and which have not been included into IECSC, they shall be listed into it six months after MEE Order No. 12 takes effect.

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