Little Pro on 2016-01-04 Views: Update:2018-10-17
Philippine Priority Chemicals List (PCL) is a short list of hazardous chemicals that have been determined to potentially pose unreasonable risks to public health, workplace and environment in the Philippines (i.e., bio-accumulative, highly toxic, persistent). There are currently 48 chemicals on Philippine Priority Chemicals List (PCL). PLC compliance certificate is required before you can manufacture or import them.
For importers/distributors, you need to provide the following documents to the local Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) of DENR and apply for PCL Compliance Certificate before importation.
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