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Singapore proposes Hazardous Substances Licence requirement for 18 types of HFCs


Singapore proposes Hazardous Substances Licence requirement for 18 types of HFCs

Singapore is proposing to implement a licensing requirement for 18 types of Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in preparation for the country’s ratification of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol. In a notification published by the World […]

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REACH Draft Substances in Articles Guidance Revised

By Dr Paul Goodman, RINA Consulting, knowledge partner with Compliance & Risks The guidance on substances in articles is having to be amended because of the ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) of […]

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Taiwan RoHS to be enforced for first batch of electrical products from July 1, 2017

From July 1, 2017 the presence of restricted substances in certain products must be clearly marked on the product, packaging, label, or instruction booklet in accordance with Taiwan RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) standard CNS […]

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Smart or smug? – Product Safety for Wireless Devices Begins with the Basics

I’ve recently signed up for lots of alerts on smart products, Kickstarter newbies, CES inspired “Next Big Things”, everything from drones to software and apps for pets (yep, your cat no longer has to look […]

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10 Things to Know About TSCA Reform

June 8, 2016 was a landmark day for US environmental law.  Following years of failed attempts to “modernize” the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 (TSCA), US Congress finally came together to approve H.R. 2576, […]

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“I do like to be beside the WEEE-side…”

From INTERPOL to the west coast of County Clare in Ireland, e-waste is making the headlines. This PCB adorned with shellfish, lying on the seashore reminded me of how prevalent e-waste or WEEE (Waste Electrical […]

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