K-REACH Joint Registration Pilot Project

  •   17 Oct 2014
  •    Nadine He

    To better identify potential joint registration problems, and develop supporting measures for the upcoming K-REACH implementation (especially the consortium issues), Korea MoE is conducting a pilot project, choosing seven substances included in the 1st priority list subject to existing chemical registration as the test substances. However, three of the seven substances have been replaced by another three priority substances.

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