Tag Archives: K-REACH

Provisions of Chemicals Laws in South Asia – Dr. Tobias Eger to Speak at Lexxion Seminar on International Chemicals Law

Lexxion publishers has invited Dr. Tobias Eger to speak at its Seminar on International Chemicals Law on September 26–27, 2019 in Frankfurt. KFT’s expert on East Asia will discuss the newest developments in chemicals law in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Philippines. … Continue reading

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South Korea Issues New Instructions for Substance Preregistration

Shortly before the expiration of the preregistration period for existing substances at the end of June 2019, the South Korean Ministry of Environment (MoE) has issued additional instructions for two special cases (in Korean only). The first case involves substances … Continue reading

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South Korea: Tracking System for Chemicals on the Way

The State Council of South Korea has approved the implementation of a tracking system for chemicals along with the related modification of the Chemical Control Act (CCA). The draft (in Korean) was presented at the start of April and will now be presented to … Continue reading

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South Korea: Substance Preregistration from January 1 – June 30, 2019

The preregistration of substances according to the South Korean chemicals law (K-REACH) has been available since the beginning of the year. The regulation requires that manufacturers and importers have substances preregistered by June 30. The obligation applies to chemicals manufactured or … Continue reading

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South Korea: 336 Chemicals Submissions in First K-REACH Registration Deadline

On July 2, the registration deadline for priority existing chemicals (PECs) expired. 350 chemicals have data consortia with a leading registrant as coordinator. However, registration dossiers were submitted on time for only 336 of the chemicals (see the list). Some … Continue reading

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