- Takehome: China MEE issued a notice to solicit information concerning six POPs which will be subject to prohibitive or restrictive measures adopted by the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants.
- Takehome: This Guideline is formulated to help enterprises assess whether their products meet the requirements under RoHS2 or the clients' requirements. The steps, content, and methods of self-
- Takehome: The comments received on the draft revision of the Measures on the Environmental Management of New Chemical Substances mainly focus on 5 aspects: scope of application, applicant, and submission of materials and
- Takehome: The Framework Guide for Technology Methods for Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemical Substances (Trial) can be applied to both the existing and new chemical substances. The release of
- Takehome: As of Sept 12, 2019, the MEE has received applications from 55 enterprises or industrial associations to append the IECSC with 230 chemical substances. Manufacturers, importers, users of
JT/T 617 Revisited After 10 Months: A Cornerstone of China’s Regulatory Framework for Road Transport of Dangerous GoodsTakehome: Following the release of JT/T 617 regulations in November last year, several official documents and standards have been devised or revised with the series as a reference. The Provisions on the Administration of the
- Takehome: The China MEE issued a notice to consult on its management measures for pollutant emissions of stationary pollution sources, aiming to subject all such sources to the pollutant emissions permit system. The draft
- Takehome A draft revision of the National Inventory of Hazardous Waste has been published for public comments. The National Inventory of Hazardous Waste and the exemption list have been updated.
- Takehome: The guide is divided into four parts namely, Scope of Application, Basic Points, Technical Requirements and Report Preparation. General requirements for the risk assessment of chemical substances are specified in
- Takehome: China’s chemical industry features both gratifying revenue figures and alarming safety situations. The Chinese government has made continued efforts to enhance safety in the chemical industry, especially
- Takehome: China has made great institutional efforts to ensure safe road transport of dangerous goods. The Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods is expected to be published soon and take
- Takehome: MEP (now MEE) Order 7 is under revision and more than 500 comments on the proposed amendments have been received by Aug 16th, 2019. The revision of MEP Order 7 and its overarching Regulation on Environmental Risk Assessment
- Takehome: China National Health Commission released new OELs (occupational exposure limits) for Chemical Hazardous Agents in the Workplace, which will take effect and replace GBZ 2.1-2007 on 1st April 2020. In the
- Takehome: China MEE made two notifications of the Measures on the Environmental Management of New Chemical Substances and the Environmental Risk Assessment and Control Regulation for Chemical Substances to WTO for comments
- Takehome: China MEE released a comprehensive plan to strengthen the management of VOCs in key industries such as petrochemical, coating, packaging and printing, oil storage, gas station and so on. The plan describes the current
- Takehome: China MIIT announced that 33 documents for market access management of the raw material industry would be abolished starting from August 14, 2019.