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The CMSR will apply to all substances, substances in mixture, substance in articles and intermediates that are manufactured, imported, or placed in the Indian Territory exceeding 1 TPA. The CMSR is expected to come into force in early It requires manufacturers, importers or Authorized Representatives to notify new and existing substances and register substances that need registration. Notification is required for all substances exceeding 1 TPA. The substance will be notified for certain uses and downstream users need to notify the Chemical Regulatory Division CRD if the intended use is not notified. Chemical Regulatory Division will issue a certificate of Notification along with Notification Number once the notified substance is evaluated for its completeness. All New Chemical Substances have to be notified at least 60 days prior to the date they are placed in Indian territory.
According to this rules, any person responsible for importing hazardous chemicals in India shall provide the date of import to the concerned authorities as identified in Column 2 of Schedule 5. In order to know the inventory of Hazardous Chemicals being imported by various categories of industrial units in India, the information provided by the industrial units to the Central Pollution Control Board CPCB have been compiled. The report, entails information on various chemicals imported, quantity of import, ports used for import, name of industries importing, etc. CPCB has started getting information from May Accordingly, the information on Import of Hazardous Chemicals from May to April Year wise is summarized below along with other relevant information like number of chemicals being imported; number of Industries furnished the details of import and mode of transportation etc.
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