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Japan METI Details Small Volume Substance/Low Volume Notification Requirements

  •   16 Oct 2018
  •    lynn liang
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    As the implementation date of Jan 1, 2019 approaches for amended small volume substance notification and low volume notification of new chemical substances under the Japan Chemical Substance Control Law (CSCL), METI has released more implementation details in Oct:

    Compared to the current small volume substance/low volume notification, major differences within the supporting documents shown above are:

    1. Submit certification of usage (Purchase order/ quality certification/ SDS with specific usage/ authorized confirmation for usage, etc.)
    2. Electronics for chemical constitutional formula (In MOL format)
    3. Numbers on official acceptance via e-application will add up to 10 times (acceptance for paper application remains as 4.)
    4. Former e-certification to be repealed in electronic application (e-certification installed in the browser to have an identity recognition)
    5. Application could be submitted via CD/DVD

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