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Japan METI Details the Determination of Specified New Chemicals

  •   9 Feb 2018
  •    Matt Lyu
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    In Mar 2017, Japan’s government voted and passed the amendments to the Chemical Substance Control Law (CSCL) proposed by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and Ministry of Environment (MOE). METI published the draft of the determination standards for “specified new chemicals” for public consultation. The standard is expected to take effect along with the amendments on the same date and the consultation period will last for a month.

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