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Data Requirements For Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Procedures

The Environmental Management Bureau has issued further guidelines on the data requirements for application of Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance.  The Memorandum will take effect fifteen days after publication in a newspaper of general circulation and upon acknowledgment of receipt of a copy thereof by the Office of the National Administrative Register (ONAR). You continue reading : Data Requirements For Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Procedures

Polymers and Polymer of Low Concern (PLC) Exemption from the PMPIN Process

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has issued the DENR Administrative Order for Polymers and Polymer of Low Concern (PLC) Exemption from the PMPIN Process. This will exempt certain polymers from applying for a PMPIN Compliance Certificate. The Order will take effect fifteen days after publication in a newspaper of general circulation and upon continue reading : Polymers and Polymer of Low Concern (PLC) Exemption from the PMPIN Process

Frequently Asked Questions

What permit do we apply for? The permit will depend on what chemical you will be applying for. We have a helpful flowchart for you to check (http://chemical.emb.gov.ph/?page_id=34). Please be reminded that you need to check all the chemical components of your product, specially if it is a mixture. How do we apply for permit? continue reading : Frequently Asked Questions

Clarification on Permitting Regulations

The Environmental Management Bureau has issued a Memorandum Circular with regard to Permitting Regulations for Small Quantity Importation (SQI), Pre-Manufacture Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN), Priority Chemical List (PCL) and Chemical Control Orders (CCO). It is clarified in this Memorandum on which permits an applicant shall apply, specially if the chemical(s) involved are under different permitting requirements. continue reading : Clarification on Permitting Regulations

Welcome to the page of the Chemical Management Section (CMS)! Our section has the following mandates under Title II of RA 6969: ◘ Inventory of chemicals and chemical substances currently used in, manufactured in, and imported to the Philippines, and update the Philippine Inventory of Chemical and Chemical Substances (PICCS). ◘ Update the list of continue reading :

Philippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical Substances

You can now validate your chemical (PICCS listing) at the Online Permitting and Monitoring Website. Click here to download PICCS 2017 and EMB MC 2020-007: Additional Chemicals in Philippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical Substances (PICCS).

Forms

Click here to download application forms for chemical management applications:

Checklists

The following are the checklists for applications: Pre-Manufacture Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Priority Chemical List (PCL) Chemical Control Order (CCO) for Lead and Lead Compounds Registration  Importation Clearance

Relevant Laws and Policies

Republic Act Republic Act 6969: Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990. DENR Administrative Orders (DAO) DAO 1992-29: Implementing Rules And Regulations of Republic Act 6969 DAO 1997-38: Chemical Control Order for Mercury and Mercury Compounds DAO 1997-39: Chemical Control Order for Cyanide and Cyanide Compounds DAO 2000-02: Chemical Control Order for continue reading : Relevant Laws and Policies