1. Home
  2. News

South Korea Addresses Concerns over Two Special Cases for K-REACH Pre-registration

  •   11 Jun 2019
  •    Nadine He
  •    868
  •   Post a comment

    The amended K-REACH requires all existing substances that are manufactured or imported in quantities at or above one tonne per year to be registered. Existing chemical substances pre-registered before Jun 30th, 2019 will be granted a grace period to complete full registration. The authority now calls on potential registrants facing the two special situations detailed below to submit application in time to obtain a registration grace period as well.

    You are a visitor, Please Login or Sign up for free

    Reference Links

    Share this:


    ChemLinked Editor

    Focusing on the research of chemical management regulations in Asia Pacific countries, bringing global chemical industry up-to-the-minute regulatory news.

    COPYRIGHT: You may circulate web links to the web and contents, but they are intended for your personal, non-commercial use only. For other use of any materials, you can contact with cleditor@reach24h.com to seek consent. Find out more about our copyright policy here.
    CORRECTIONS: we do our best to provide you with accurate information. However sometimes errors slip under the radar. If you notice any errors contact us on: cleditor@reach24h.com
    Content sharing or co-authoring: just send messages to our editor team.