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> A company intends to import the new chemical substance A, which is extracted from the plant (rose leaves) cell aqueous suspension solution and can be used as raw material of cosmetics to enhance skin cellular activities. The whole process involves physical damage induced callus formation, cell cultivation in aqueous culture solution, physical smashing, etc. and there is no chemical reaction. Will the new chemical substance be classified as “naturally occurring substances” and be exempt from China new chemical substance notification?
> A product is a kind of plant extract obtained through water distillation. The manufacturing process is steam distillation extraction, namely putting hot water into the natural plant, collecting water vapor and finally getting the products after it cooled. Through the above mentioned process, will the new chemical substance be exempt from China new chemical substance notification?
> Could the natural substances extracted by some organic solvents like alcohols be exempt for the obligation of notification?
How to determine the hazard classification of mixtures?
If the new chemical substances has already been notified under SEPA Order 17 (predecessor of MEP Order 7), is it necessary to comply with the scientific research record notification under MEP Order 7?
What chemicals need to be registered?
What hazardous chemicals need to go through legal inspection?
Is registration needed if paint is imported, sub-packaged as commodities, and sold to downstream companies for direct selling in the market?
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