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Australia to Remove Products in the TNA after 9 March 2018

  •   27 Feb 2018
  •    Ying Zhang
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    Products listed in the Trade Name Annex (TNA) will be removed by NICNAS after 9 March 2018. Before that stakeholders involved with listed products can still provide chemical information to NICNAS to get the chemicals added to AICS inventory.

    If a company have a product listed in the TNA, it should provide the following information about each chemical making up the product: CAS name, CAS number, and molecular formula. In this case, no fees will be applied.

    After products are removed from TNA, they cannot be imported to Australia if they contain chemicals not listed in AICS. Chemicals not listed in AICS are regarded as new chemicals and have to go through NICNAS notification and assessment (fees included).

    NICNAS’s requests for information were firstly published in the Chemical Gazette, No. C 03, 07 March 2017. If you want to submit information, first complete the form together with Attachment to the AICS TNA form. Australian persons can submit the required information by email, completion of the TNA online submission form, or by post to AICS Manager NICNAS GPO Box 58 Sydney NSW 2001.

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