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Japan Passed Amendments to CSCL

Japan’s CSCL has been revised Standards for small and low volume chemicals are changed A new category of new chemicals is added

Japanese Chemical Substance Control Law (CSCL) stipulates that potential revisions or amendments to the Law should be assessed every 5 years to align legislation with industry status quo. The last amendments to the CSCL finished in Apr 2011. The Japanese government held 3 conferences in late 2016 and consulted with stakeholders on potential amendments to the current CSCL. In Jan 2017, Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and Ministry of Environment (MOE) issued the draft amendments for public opinion. On Mar 7th 2017, Japanese government voted and passed the amendments to CSCL.

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