Global Chemical Regulation Highlights | November 2022
Dec 01, 2022
In November of 2022, China updated the Inventory of Hazardous Substances to regulate diesel fuel regardless of flash point. Shanghai Customs announced to pilot reform of inspection mode for imported hazardous substances from December 1. Taiwan published the revised Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substances Labeling and SDS Regulation. South Korea made public the first 11 candidate substances subject to authorization under K-REACH. Thailand DIW added 8 PFOA, its salts, and PFOA-related compounds to the List of Hazardous Substances.
November of 2022 has witnessed many chemical regulatory changes in the global chemical industry. To help you keep abreast of chemical regulation updates, ChemLinked presents a monthly recap, which delivers major regulation dynamics around the globe. Find out what’s new on chemical regulation in November below:
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