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Industry Concerns over China’s Draft Regulation on Chemical Assessment and Control

  •   1 Feb 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    Takehome:

    • China is to adopt a regulation on chemical environmental risk assessment and control similar to Canada CEPA, U.S. TSCA and Japan CSCL, rather than a REACH-like regulation.
    • The industry welcomes changes to new chemical management.
    • For annual reporting, the proposed frequency of reporting and the objects are the subject of heated debate.
    • The industry calls for stakeholder engagement, public awareness and transparency.

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