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Overview of Hazardous Chemicals Management in China

  •   19 Dec 2012
  •    Chen Jinhe
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    Mr. Chen Jinhe from NRCC-SAWSA number of inventories involved in the management of hazardous chemicals compiled by different authorities are combed with a “historical review” in this article. Meanwhile, the inventories/catalogues newly developed since the enactment of the “Regulations on the Control over Safety of Hazardous Chemicals” (State Council Decree No. 591) are introduced with respect to their drafting background, main content and application scope.

    The article illustrates 13 inventories with regard to the management of controlled chemicals in China, covering a wide range of hazardous chemicals like monitored chemicals, precursor chemicals, explosive precursors, highly toxic articles and ozone-depleting substances, etc.

    Table of Content

    1 Inventories already Released on the Managment of Hazardous Chemicals in China

    2 Inventories under Revision or to be Revised

    3 New Inventories Following the Practice of Decree 591

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