Bumpy start for South Korea’s mandatory registration of nanomaterials


Systems are still not in place for companies to comply

Companies in South Korea are finding it difficult to meet K-REACH registration requirements for nanomaterials, four months after the government introduced them.

This is because there is still no system in place to identify or register the substances.

The Ministry of Environment (MoE) published amendments to the Enforcement Regulations on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals making this mandatory from 1 January, after announcing plans to do so in November 2019.

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Chemical Watch, 6-05-22
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