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South Korea Consults on Two Standards Concerning Household Chemical Products

  •   22 Nov 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    • South Korea proposed revisions to the testing and safety management of household chemical products.
    • So far, K-BPR regulates 13 categories covering 35 kinds of household chemical products.
    • In addition to strengthening safety standards and market surveillance, the authority is prompting companies that manufacture household products to sign a voluntary agreement pledging to produce safer products.

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