- The issuance of the registration details of new and existing chemical substances in Taiwan was delayed until 5 Dec 2014. The delay meant there were only 7 days for preparation before the actual Dec
- On 24 Nov 2014, Taiwan’s EPA issued the Approval Regulations for Class 4 Toxic Chemical Substances, which requires the handlers of Class 4 toxic chemical substances to apply for approval permits prior to manufacture,
- CHEMical Information System and Tool (CHEMIST) for Taiwan new and existing chemical registration has been updated after the previous public consultation (ChemLinked News release on 11 Sep). The new beta
- The draft amendments of Taiwan’s Toxic Chemical Substances Labeling and Materials Safety Data Sheet Regulations were issued by Taiwan’s EPA on 2 May 2014 for public consultation. The final version now has been announced
- Taiwan’s new chemical registration system will begin on 11 Dec 2014. The administrative costs of chemical registration in Taiwan have been drafted according to the amendments of “Toxic Chemical Substances Handling
Taiwan Drafts Regulation on Commissioning Agency for Chemical Registration Dossier Review and ApprovalTaiwan published the draft Regulation on Commission on New Chemical Substances and Existing Chemical Substances Registration Dossier Review on 30 June 2014, pursuant to the Article 7-2, Paragraph 2 of the revised Taiwan
- Taiwan has developed the CHEMical Information System and Tool (CHEMIST) for managing online new & existing chemical registration. A beta version is now under pilot run due on 20 Sep 2014.
- Taiwan Existing Chemical Substances Inventory (ECSI) will be updated based on the Second Supplementary Existing Chemical Substance Nomination (SSECN) before the implementation of the revised Taiwan
- As specified in the revised Toxic Chemical Substances Control Act (Taiwan TCSCA), the new chemical substance should be registered 90 days before manufacture or importation, which has caused great
- The draft Regulation on Registration of New and Existing Chemical Substances was promulgated pursuant to the Article 7-1, Paragraph 6 of the revised Toxic Chemical Substances Control Act (Taiwan
- The draft amendment of Taiwan’s Toxic Chemical Substances Labeling and Materials Safety Data Sheet Regulations, renamed as “Toxic Chemical Substances Labeling and Safety Data Sheet Regulations” was issued by Taiwan’s EPA
- The Second Supplementary Existing Chemical Substance Nomination (Second Supplementary ECN, a.k.a SSECN) will open on 1 Jun 2014.
- On 22 Apr, Taiwan issued the proposal to regulate the approval of Class 4 toxic chemical substances. The draft will be subject to a period of public consultation lasting 14 days. This regulation was drafted pursuant to the
- Taiwan’s Existing Chemical Substances Inventory (ECSI) is the foundation for current and future regulation of the new and existing chemical substances in Taiwan. In June of this year the second supplementary nomination for ECSI
- A new round of Supplemental Existing Chemical Substance Nomination (SECN) will be carried out as early as May or June in 2014 to update the existing chemical substances inventory (ECSI). The finished ECSI
- Taiwan EPA is to add four substances to the toxic chemical substances list (TCSL) and to combine two previously separate entries into a single individual entry. The EPA began the public