Global Chemical Regulation Highlights | October 2022
Oct 31, 2022
In October of 2022, Zhejiang, China drafted local work plan for new pollutants treatment. South Korea designated 12 substances as toxic chemicals and updated the GHS classification. Japan updated SDS and labeling guidance under the PRTR Law. Singapore intended to impose licensing requirements on 26 chemicals from June 2023. Vietnam released draft amendments to the Law on Chemicals (06/2007/QH12), which are expected to take effect in May 2025.
October 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 October below:
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