Uruguay does not have a comprehensive chemical legislation under elaboration. Similar to other countries, Uruguay has specific chemical regulations, i.e., a positive list for food contact materials and regulations focused on mercury.

Nevertheless, GHS standards are present in Uruguay through Decreto 307/2009, making the 4th version mandatory since 2012 for substances, and 2017 for mixtures.



Uruguay plans to ban 5 active substances in pesticide products


Uruguay’s Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries is proposing a resolution to ban import, registr...

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