India extends Quality Control Order Enforcement Date for 10 Substances on Two Occasions
In April 2023 the Central Government of India published two notices in the Indian Gazette delaying the start date for the Quality Control Orders (QCOs) for the 10 substances listed in the table below. The initial enforcement date for the substances was 24 April 2023 and 20 May 2023.
|No.||Substance||Publication Date||New Enforcement Date|
|1||Maleic Anhydride||18 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|2||Lauric Acid||24 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|3||Acid Oil||24 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|4||Palm Fatty Acids||24 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|5||Rice Bran Fatty Acids||24 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|6||Coconut Fatty Acids||24 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|7||Hydrogenated Rice Bran Fatty Acids||24 April 2023||24 October 2023|
|8||Methylene Chloride (dichloromethane)||24 April 2023||20 November 2023|
|9||Styrene (Vinyl benzene)||18 April 2023||24 April 2024|
|10||Acrylonitrile||18 April 2023||24 April 2024|
The Quality Control Order is the regulation that requires concerned substances to carry the certification mark of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
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