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CSPR OF POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS CHEMICALS
What kind of document is it?
The certificate of state product registration (CSPR) is a document certifying that the goods (products, a product, a substance, a device) fully meet all sanitary and hygiene standards established in the territory of member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union. The assessment of a product is made to confirm safety of a product on the condition that manufacturer’s recommendations for use are followed.
What organizations give it out?
The certificates of the state registration of potentially dangerous chemicals are granted by Federal service of Rospotrebnadzor in Moscow and the territorial divisions of Department of Rospotrebnadzor located in large cities of the Russian Federation.
In what cases do you need it?
CSPR needs to be prepared for import and realization of potentially dangerous substances and products made on their basis, which in the course of use, transportation, storage and recycling can make an adverse effect on a person and the environment, in the territory of the Russian Federation. These can be both individual substances and products representing a mixture of substances.
CSPR needs to be prepared on a product specified in paragraphs of the Section II of the Uniform list of products which are subject to state registration, and in a tabular part of the list of the Commodity Nomenclatures of Foreign Economic Activity codes.
The list of potentially dangerous chemicals which demand registration of CSPR:
- Chemical goods used for production;
- Products used for processing of fabrics, skins, furs, etc.;
Commodity Nomenclature of Foreign Economic Activity groups: 2915-2933, 2935, 3202, 3204, 3206, 3207, 3212, 340290, 3403, 3809, 3814, 3820, 3824, etc.
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