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Singapore to Impose Hazardous Substances Licensing Control on 26 Chemicals from 2023 (Updated on Nov 4, 2022)

HS license or HS permit shall be obtained for corresponding activities involving the regulated chemicals.

Updates: On November 4, 2022, Singapore notified WTO of the Draft Environmental Protection and Management Act 1999 (Amendment of Second Schedule) (No. 2) Order 2022 and the  Draft Environmental Protection and Management (Hazardous Substances) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations 2022 for a 60-day consultation. According to Notification G/TBT/N/SGP/66, Singapore's National Environment Agency (NEA) proposed to regulate 26 new chemicals and chemical groups as hazardous substances under the abovementioned act and regulations. These amendments are expected to be adopted and made public in the Republic of Singapore's Government Gazette in January 2023, and they will come into force in July 2023.

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