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