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New Zealand Consults on Proposed Changes to Hazardous Substances Management System

On August 19th, 2019, New Zealand’s Ministry for the Environment issued a public consultation on proposed changes to its hazardous substances management system. This consultation will end on September 30th, 2019 at 5pm, and any interested party or person can submit his/her feedback using two options.

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)[1] of New Zealand is in charge of the assessment and reassessment process of hazardous substances. And the EPA is also responsible for processing applications and setting controls for the use of hazardous substances. The assessment is for substances first approved for use in New Zealand and the reassessment is for substances with new information on usage and effect.

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