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5434     Compliance Deadline Extended for Revised Brazilian Dangerous.. 2017-09-28
Category World Hits 64
Contents Published September 25, 2017 Brazil - Hazardous Waste, Packaging and Labeling The Brazilian National Land Transport Agency (ANTT) published a resolution (No. 5377/2017) extending the compliance deadline of the revised Dangerous Goods Transport Regulations (See Link) by five months, pushing the effective date from July 16, 2017 to Decem..
5433     Danish retailer urges ban on bisphenols and fluorinated substa.. 2017-09-28
Category World Hits 42
Contents 21 September 2017 Denmark’s largest retailer, Coop Denmark, is starting a petition that calls for the government to ban bisphenols and fluorinated substances in food contact materials (FCMs). The Danish government must take action on suspected endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in FCMs, the retailer says, especially since it has pro..
5432     Taiwan consults on major registration rule changes 2017-09-28
Category World Hits 39
Contents 21 September 2017 Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) is consulting on significant changes to its new and existing chemical registrations. The proposals include harmonising registration types and data requirements between the Toxic Chemical Substances Control Act (TCSCA) – run by the EPA – and the Occupa..
5431     Turkey to publish KKDIK Regulation guidance by end of year 2017-09-28
Category World Hits 36
Contents 18 September 2017 Turkey is to publish 13 guidance documents by the end of the year to help industry prepare for substance registrations under its new EU REACH-based KKDIK law, a senior official has said. The Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation has already uploaded two of the documents on its chemicals helpdesk website. The first c..
5430     Taiwan consults on major registration rule changes 2017-09-22
Category World Hits 151
Contents 21 September 2017 / Data, OSHA, Substance registration, Taiwan, TCSCA Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) is consulting on significant changes to its new and existing chemical registrations. The proposals include harmonising registration types and data requirements between the Toxic Chemical Substances Control ..

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