Guidelines for the declaration of customs clearance for the export of alcohol disinfectant products (with guidance for the declaration of hazardous chemicals)
The certification materials of the company involved in the export of disinfection supplies required for epidemic prevention and control are basically the same as the export masks
Veterinary dosage: 3808940020
Other non-medical: 3808940090
Unmodified ethanol with alcohol concentration of 80% or more (non-retail): 22071000
Unmodified ethanol with alcohol concentration below 80% (non-retail): 2208909001
For the vast majority of disinfection supplies, the Ministry of Commerce has re-established trade regulations, and China Customs has no requirements for port inspections with relevant regulatory documents. But it can only be that for unmodified ethanol with an alcohol concentration of 80% or more, the tax number 22071000 is related to the supervision of the G certificate, namely "Dual-Use Items and Technology Export License (Orientation)". The certificate authority applies for and obtains a license issued when exporting dual-use items and technologies to a specific country (region).
Common disinfectant classification:
1. Alcohol disinfectant
95% ethanol can quickly coagulate the protein coated on the surface of the bacteria, and form a protective film to prevent ethanol from entering the bacteria, so it cannot completely kill the bacteria. If the ethanol concentration is reduced by 70%, although it can enter the bacteria, it cannot coagulate the protein in the bacteria, nor can it completely kill the bacteria.
Only 70% -75% ethanol can smoothly enter the bacteria body, and can effectively coagulate the protein in the bacteria body, which can completely kill the bacteria. Therefore, WHO recommends ethanol with a content of 70% -75% as a hand disinfectant. 70% -75% ethanol is dangerous. The disinfectant hand sanitizer also belongs to alcohol disinfectant.
2. Chlorine disinfectant
84 Disinfectant is a chlorine-containing disinfectant. Disinfectant with sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) as the main active ingredient is suitable for disinfection of general object surfaces, white pollutants, and hospital contaminated items. Sodium hypochlorite has strong oxidizing properties and can be used as a bleaching agent. It can sensitize 84 disinfectants and has the potential to cause burns. The free chlorine released by this product may cause poisoning. 84 disinfectant. They are also dangerous goods.
3. Oxide disinfectant
Peroxyacetic acid is a highly effective peroxide disinfectant, and the gas and solution of peroxyacetic acid have strong sterilization ability. Peroxyacetic acid products are acetic acid and hydrogen peroxide. Therefore, peracetic acid is a mixed aqueous solution, in addition to containing the main component of peracetic acid, it also contains hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid, sulfuric acid and so on. High-concentration liquids are highly corrosive and irritating, and they are also dangerous goods.
In addition, there are aldehyde disinfectants, phenol disinfectants and so on.
Prepare before export
Most disinfection products are both dangerous chemicals and dangerous goods. In addition to the documents required by relevant regulations, the customs declaration documents also include the following materials:
1. Declaration of conformity of enterprises that export hazardous chemicals;
2. "Performance Inspection Result Sheet for Outbound Dangerous Goods Packaging Containers" (except bulk goods);
3. Classification and identification report of hazardous characteristics;
4. Safety data sheet, sample of hazard publicity label (if it is a foreign language sample, provide corresponding Chinese translation);
5. For the products that need to add inhibitors or stabilizers, the name and quantity of the actual inhibitors or stabilizers should be provided.
In the specific declaration, in addition to the general declaration elements, special attention should be paid to the following substitutions and requirements:
1. Export dangerous chemicals must apply to the customs of origin for inspection;
2. When export declaration, also need to enter the corresponding inspection and quarantine name and dangerous goods information;
3. In the column of the required documents, "electronic account" should be inserted for the port customs clearance verification.
4. If it belongs to dangerous goods, it should still hold relevant materials and apply to the customs of the place of origin for the packaging and use of dangerous goods for export identification. After passing the inspection, the “Performance Inspection Result Sheet for Outbound Dangerous Goods Packaging Containers” is obtained.
Market access conditions for various countries
Dangerous goods are mainly classified based on the "Recommendations and Model Regulations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods" of the United Nations. According to different modes of transportation, they must also comply with the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Regulations (IMDG Regulations) and the International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Transportation Rules ( IATA DRG) and other requirements.
The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for the classification, labeling and chemical safety data sheets of chemical substances in the workplace. Hazardous chemicals must also meet the requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) issued by them.
In addition, in the United States, disposable antiseptic hand sanitizers are partially disinfected over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, and like anti-dandruff shampoos, fluoride toothpaste, sunscreen and other products, are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Exporting disposable cleansing hand sanitizer to the US also requires FDA certification.
All substances and mixtures must be classified, labelled and packaged in accordance with the EU Classification, Labeling and Packaging Regulations (CLP Regulations), and must be CE certified.
Dangerous goods must comply with the requirements of the Japanese Chemical Inspection Law (CSCL) and Chemical Information Transmission Standard (JIS 7253), which are jointly implemented by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and the Ministry of the Environment.
The requirements comply with the requirements of the Korea Chemical Substances Registration and Evaluation Act (K-REACH), also known as the Chemical Evaluation Act, which was officially implemented on January 1, 2015.