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Australia NICNAS Implemented New Fees for 2018-19

  •   26 Jul 2018
  •    Ying Zhang
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    From 21 July 2018, NICNAS has implemented new fees and charges for the year 2018 and 2019. The increased fee and charges to be paid by industrial chemical importers and manufacturers will recover the cost of administering NICNAS.  

    New fees and charges apply for the following service:

    • All registration levels;
    • Applications for new chemical assessments;
    • Inventory-related services;
    • Application for Prior Informed Consent (Rotterdam Convention).

    Overall the fees for NICNAS are increased. The registration fees are as follows:

    Registration level 
    (formerly known as Tier)

    Introduction value

    Fee (AUD)

    Fee applied previously

    A

    $1–$99,999

    $194

    $138

    B

    $100,000–$499,999             

    $540                             

    $455

    C

    $500,000–$4,999,999

    $2,480

    $2250

    D

    $5,000,000+

    $24,310

    $22460

    The AICS Inventory fees are increased proportionally. Please see the chart below:

    Description

    Fee (AUD)

    Fee applied previously

    Confidential listing of a new industrial chemical

    $3,990

    $3900

    Application to retain confidential listing

    $3,990

    $3900

    Application for early non-confidential listing with fee

    $920

    $900

    Application to be a holder of a confidence

    $870

    $850

    For other detailed fees and charges please click here.

     

     

     

     

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