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On January 16, 2023, CIRS Group announced the opening of a new office in Shanghai, as it continues its expansion in the global marketing and service layout. Located in the heart of Pudong, the central Shanghai business district, Shanghai Office will devote itself to providing timely and sound product compliance services and solutions to clients in Shanghai or surrounding areas.
Recently, CIRS Group once again successfully helped clients complete a regular registration under MEE Order No. 12. And the results have been notified on the MEE website.
Recently, CIRS Group has assisted a leading domestic enterprise in the pharmaceutical ingredients and fragrances industry in successfully completing the submission of its first registration dossier as the lead registrant (LR) under KKDIK regulation and obtaining the registration number. The success of KKDIK (also known as Turkey REACH) registration reflects the technical strength of CIRS Group and its Turkish partners.
September 27, 2022, the Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) published the first list of new chemical pollutants subject to priority control (2022 draft version) for public consultation. The list includes 14 categories of chemicals to be banned or phased out in China and detailed management measures. Nonylphenol is also on the list and will be fully banned as a pesticide co-formulant. Nonylphenol is a common surfactant used in pesticide formulations. Nonylphenol is also known for its endocrine disrupting properties.
On August 31, 2022, CIRS Korea registered as an environmental consulting company under the Environmental Technology and Industry Support Act After registering, CIRS Korea may receive preferential access to the environmental policies and other relevant information, making it possible for CIRS Korea to better provide chemical, cosmetics, and environmental consulting services to clients.
It has been 5 years since the new Pesticide Management Act came into force in Nov 2017. There are many new regulatory policies and changes in the past five years. Transitional period ended. Pesticide registration is also getting more challenging in China. CIRS will present a free webinar featuring the latest developments of pesticide regulation and pesticide registration review in China, helping you navigate through complex regulatory challenges in China.
Since its establishment in 2007, CIRS Group has focused on product regulatory compliance services, helping clients gain a competitive advantage by reducing business risks associated with regulatory affairs. After 15 years of development, CIRS Group has expanded its business across multiple industries to include: chemicals, cosmetics, food and beverages, medical devices, agrochemical products, disinfectants, and consumer goods.
3 Jun. 2022, CIRS Group Korea Co., Ltd. (CIRS Korea) formally got certified to the ISO Certification for its compliance with the requirements of Quality Management System ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System. The scope of supply cover: Regulations compliance on domestic and foreign Chemicals/ Cosmetics/ Foods/ Medical Devices and KS /KC /JIS /ISO standard certification consulting
On 25 March 2022, the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) published its notice No. 542 announcing final registration data requirements for herbicides used on genetically modified crops. The notice takes into effect immediately. This means that China will soon permit the planting of major GM varieties of major feed or food crops.
Pesticide registration is complex, time-consuming and sometimes expensive. In order to help related enterprises know more about the pesticide registration in China, CIRS Group summarizes frequently asked questions (FAQ) about pesticide registration in China for those who wish to sell pesticide active ingredients and formulations to China. Typical products that require pesticide registrations include herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, plant growth regulators, seedcare products, biopesticides and public health pesticides such as mosquito repellants, wood preservatives, snail-killing agent and termite control agent.
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