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MEE Opens Public Consultation on New Chemical Registration Transitional Measures

MEE has opened a public consultation on the transitional measures for new chemical substances registration laid out in MEP Order No.7 and MEE Order No.12. The amendments made in MEE Order 12 will have significant impact on regulatory compliance obligations and market access requirements for stakeholders. The most significant proposal on transitional measures which will significantly disrupt relevant stakeholders relates to pending or currently under review registration applications. Under proposed changes registration applications submitted under the old regulation (MEP Order 7) that cannot be completed (registration certificate issued) before the implementation of the new regulation (MEE Order 12) will need to be re-submitted and assessed under the new requirements.

On April 29, 2020, China’s MEE released the Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances (MEE Order No.12), which will enter into effect and replace the MEP Order No.7 on January 1, 2021 (ChemLinked News). On June 3, MEE issued a notice [1] to solicit public comments on the transitional measures that will be applied. The consultation will conclude on June 20.

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