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Singapore Proposes Control of 2 POPs and 9 Mercury-added Products

The National Environment Agency (NEA) of Singapore is currently soliciting public comments on the proposed control on MCCPs, LC-PFCAs, its salts and related compounds, and nine mercury-added products. To ensure the compliance with international obligations, the NEA proposes to regulate them as hazardous substances (HS) under the Second Schedule of the Environmental Protection and Management Act (EPMA) and the Schedule of the EPM (HS) Regulations. Comments are welcome before 15 February 2024. The detailed proposals are summarized below.

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