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K-REACH Notification of Products Containing Hazardous Chemical Substance

  •   1 Dec 2015
  •    Nadine He
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    K-REACH regulation came into effect on 1 Jan 2015 and stipulated the basic notification requirements for consumer products. Product notification is required for manufacturers or importers if the hazardous chemical substance content contained in the product exceeds 1 ton per year and the content exceeds 0.1% weight ratio threshold. However, some direct and indirect exemption conditions can be applied.

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    Why aren't any of the Korean REACH documents translated online?
    Monday, 25 April 2016
    Dear Bernadine, pls find K-REACH regulation and its Enforcement Decree in our ebook store (https://chemlinked.com/epublication) for your reference. You are always welcome to contact us at any time for any thoughts and enquiries about K-REACH. Thank you.
    Tuesday, 26 April 2016