China MEE published the "List of Key New Pollutants for Control (2022 Edition) (Draft for Comment)" on 27 September 2022 and requested feedback. Ten persistent organic pollutants are among the 14 important new pollutants on the list.
- China MEE released the "List of Key New Pollutants for Control (2022 Edition), including POPs, PFOS and PFOA
On September 30, 2022, Provincial Government of Zhejiang's Department of Ecology and Environment in China released a draft plan for new pollutant control to seek public comments.
- China: Guidelines for Whole-process Environmental Management of Industrial Enterprises (DB/T 4342-2022)- Jiangsu
On September 6, 2022, the Market Regulatory Administration of Jiangsu Province, China, issued a local standard called the Guidelines for Whole-process Environmental Management of Industrial Enterprises (DB/T 4342-2022), which will come into…
On September 27, 2022, China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment released a draft "2022 List of Key Controlling New Pollutants", seeking public comments will October 28, 2022.
In order to further strengthen the control of total pollutant emissions, efficiently and rationally allocate environmental resources, support and ensure high-quality development, continue to reduce the total amount of pollutant emissions, and…
- China: Containers of hazardous chemicals in Shandong will bear a barcode informing about safety information from October 2022
From October 30, 2022, the Emergency Management Office of China's Shandong province will be fully implementing the “one company, one item, one code” plan of hazardous chemical management using two-dimensional barcodes.
China’s revised mandatory standard for skin disinfectants will take effect on November 01, 2022, with new limits on metals in the products. The new requirements follow the draft standard issued by the National Health Commission (NHC) in May 2021…
- China: Hazard classification assessment report of imported chemicals to be submitted to Shanghai Port authority from July 2022
On June 20, 2022, Shanghai International Port Group announced the enhancement of safety measures for containers of hazardous chemicals.