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Shanghai Initiates 2018 New Chemicals Inspection Campaign

  •   2 Oct 2018
  •    Matt Lyu
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    On Sep 27th, 2018, Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau (SEPB) held a conference and announced that SEPB would immediately initiate the 2018 program of new chemical inspection and evaluation. (上海市2018年新化学物质跟踪控制检查专项评估工作方案).

    After the meeting, many chemical enterprises in Shanghai received notice on requirements to provide the following materials before Oct 12th, 2018:

    1. A scanned copy of the annual report of new chemicals in 2017 (the enterprise should be the holder of the registration certificate);
    2. A scanned copy of the registration certificate for the new chemicals in the simplified general notification and regular notification acquired in 2017 (the enterprise should be the holder of the registration certificate);
    3. A scanned copy of the registration certificate for the new chemicals in the regular notification acquired from 2013 to 2016 (the enterprise should be the holder of the registration certificate);
    4. A scanned copy of the compliance statement with the company stamp.

    Not all these enterprises that received the notice and were requested for the materials will be subject to the on-site inspection. SEPB will review the submitted materials and determine the inspected enterprises based on their own rules and standards later. Please stay tuned with ChemLinked for further updates of the inspection. For more information of the inspection 2018 such as the inspection scope and content, please see the article here.

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