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Title: Fee-charging Standards for Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substances Control Act CH
Amended Date: 2021-04-07
Category: Environmental Protection Administration(行政院環境保護署)
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Article 1
These Standards are determined pursuant to Article 46 of the Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substances Control Act (hereinafter referred to as “this Act”) and to Article 10, paragraph 1 of the Charges and Fees Act.
Article 2
Fees designated in these Standards shall include review fees and certificate fees, and specifically the following items:
I. Permits: for the manufacture, import, and sale of Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 toxic chemical substances
II. Registration documents: for the use and storage of Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 toxic chemical substances
III. Approval documents:
A. For the manufacture, import, sale, use, and storage of Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 toxic chemical substances, when the total quantity handled is less than the graded handling quantity officially announced pursuant to Article 11, paragraph 2, of this Act
B. For the manufacture, import, export, sale, use, and storage of Class 4 toxic chemical substances and concerned chemical substances
IV. Application for removal of restrictions or prohibitions on Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 toxic chemical substances in accordance with Article 8, paragraph 3, of this Act
V. Application for prior screening and examination for Polymer of Low Concern (PLC) of new chemical substances
VI. Application for new chemical substances or existing chemical substances registration, including:
A. New chemical substances standard registration, simplified registration, small quantity registration, and the extension thereof
B. Existing chemical substances phase 1 registration and standard registration
VII. Application for confidential business information protection and extension of confidentiality period for new chemical substances registration or existing chemical substances registration
VIII. Application for accreditation, change of, or alteration of professional response and consulting agencies (organizations) involved with handling toxic and concerned chemical substances environmental incidents.
Article 3
Competent authorities at all levels shall collect the following review fees in accordance with Appendix 1 for the issuance, approval, extension, or change of all types of toxic and concerned chemical substances handling permits, registration documents, approval documents, and applications for removal of restrictions or prohibitions on Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 toxic chemical substances, pursuant to this Act.
When competent authorities at all levels accept the consolidated application of the permits, registration documents, and approval documents as described in the previous paragraph, the sole review fee shall be that with the highest fee.
When competent authorities at all levels accept an application for the extension or change of permits, registration documents, or approval documents as prescribed in Paragraph 1, while simultaneously changing the content of other items, the sole review fee shall be that for the extension or change item with the highest fee.
Article 4
Competent authorities at all levels shall collect the review fees specified in Appendix 2 for accepting and reviewing the application of a phase 1 or standard registration of existing chemical substances; a standard, simplified, or small quantity registration for new chemical substances; a prior verification of Polymer of Low Concern (PLC) of new chemical substances; or a confidential business information protection or confidentiality period extension for new chemical substances or existing chemical substances.
Article 5
Competent authorities at all levels shall collect the review fees specified in Appendix 3 for accepting and reviewing the application of the accreditation, change, or alteration of professional response and consulting agencies (organizations) for toxic and concerned chemical substances environmental incidents, in accordance with this Act.
Article 6
Competent authorities at all levels shall collect the certificate fees for the issuance, approval, extension, change, or reissuance of all types of toxic and concerned chemical substances handling permits, registration documents, and approval documents; and for the issuance and change of the accreditation certificate of professional response and consulting agencies (organizations) for toxic and concerned chemical substances environmental incidents, in accordance with Appendix 4.
Article 7
Competent authorities at all levels shall not collect a review fee or a certificate fee when, due to service needs, it must notify holders to renew certificates referred to in the foregoing article.
Article 8
These Standards shall take effect on the date of promulgation.
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