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Registration Exemption under K-REACH

  •   20 Mar 2015
  •    Nadine He
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    The Act on Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals in Korea (a.k.a K-REACH) has been effective since 1 Jan 2015. Chemical registration is the most significant regulatory obligation for industry to comply with; however, there are also many registration exemption conditions. Under some conditions, the chemical substances are directly exempt from registration, while under other conditions the registrant needs to supply additional confirmation of registration exemption from the Korea Chemical Management Association (KCMA) in advance of production or import. 

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