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GPC - Global Product Compliance

Draft Amendment to Taiwan New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration Regulation

June 17 2021

On May 27 Taiwan Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) proposed an amendment to the Regulation on New and Existing Chemical Substances. The regulation was first published in 2014 and had previously been amended in March 2019.

According to the recently published amendment draft, registrants will therefore have 4 years to complete their obligation for standard registration for 106 PECs. Companies that obtained Phase One Registration Code after January 1, 2020 are required to complete the Standard Registration (106 PECs) within four years. For the first batch of 106 PECs, the deadline to extended one more year to December 31, 2023 for quantity above 1 tonne per year. The valid CBI claims for New Chemical Substance is also extended to 5 years irrespective of tonnage.

Topics to be covered:

  • An overview of TCCSCA
  • Phase one Registration and Standard Registration of 106 PECs
  • Key points of the amendment in registration

Compliance advise to companies