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Taiwan: Deadline for Standard Registration of 106 PECs proposed to be postponed to 2023

May-28-2021 Taiwan TCCSCA Chemical notification/registration

On May 27 Taiwan’s Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) proposed an amendment to the Regulation on New and Existing Chemical Substances. The regulation was first published in 2014 a...

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Taiwan’s EPA modified Chemical Registration Fee

Apr-08-2021 Chemical notification/registration simplified registration CBI

Taiwan’s Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) has published the modification of the fee structure for chemical registration on April 7, 2021. In response to the international trend ...

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Update of the list of Prohibited ingredients in Cosmetic Product

Feb-11-2021 permitted or restricted actives cosmetic products compliance strategy

The Ministry of Health and Welfare in Taiwan circulated a list of Prohibited ingredients in Cosmetic Products on 3 December 2020. After 60 days of publication consultation, the list is now expecte...

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Taiwan’s EPA extended the deadline for Standard Registration regardless of tonnage to 2022

Dec-11-2020 Chemical notification/registration technical dossier hazard assessment

The EPA showed its intention to grant the extension of the deadline for Standard Registration of 106 PECs as chemical manufacturing and import associations in Taiwan raised their concerns over the...

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Taiwan’s EPA encourages companies to prepare their PEC Registration now

Nov-27-2020 Alternatives to testing technical dossier

According to the amended Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substance Control Act, Taiwan’s EPA has to regularly review its fee scheme. According to the proposed revision on “the Toxic Ch...

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Companies can receive registration completion code after submitting the first even information items

Aug-12-2020 Standard Registration

In June, Taiwan’s EPA published official guidance on how to prepare a standard registration dossier for the first list of 106 Priority Existing Substances (PECs). Companies are required to submi...

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More options of laboratories to conduct tests for Standard Registration in Taiwan: An Interview with Chemical Watch with our Regulatory Manager on considerations of GLP Certification

Jul-24-2020 Taiwan TCCSCA

Previously, testing labs were all required to adhere to OECD guidelines or be ISO certified, but the guidance does not mention if universities and colleges need to follow those standards," said C...

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