Environmental Management Bureau

A.1 Priority Chemical List:

1,4-Chlorobenzene, 1,2-Dibromoethane, 0-Dichlorobenzene, 1,4-Dichlorobenzene, 1,2-Dichloroethane, 1,2 Diphenylhydrazine, 3-Hydroxyphenol, Antimony Pentachloride, Arsenic Compounds, Asbestos*, Benzene, Beryllium Compounds, Cadmium Compounds, Carbon Tetrachloride**, Chlorinated Ethers, Chlorofluoro Carbons**, Chloroform, Chloropicrin, Chromium Compunds, Cyanide compounds, Diethyl Sulfate, Ethylene Dibromide, Ethylene Oxide, Glutaraldehyde, Formaldehyde, Halons**, Hexachlorobenzene, Hexachloroethane, Hydraxide, Lead Compounds, MBT (2(3H)-Benzothiazolethione), Mercaptan, Perchloromethyl, Mercury compounds, Methyl Chloride, Methylenechloride, Mirex, Pentachlorophenol, Perchloroethylene, Phenic Acid, Phosgene, Phthalic Anhydride, Polybrominated Biphenyls, Polychlorinated Biphenyls*, 1,1,1-Trichloroethane**, Trichloroethylene, Tributyltin, Selenium, and Vinyl Chloride

Notes:

*Asbestos, Cyanide Compounds, Mercury Compounds and Polychlorinated Biphenyls were included in the previous PCL under DENR Administrative Order No. 95-58 but are now subject to the Chemical Control Order (CCO) under their respective DAOs

**Trichloroethane, Chlorofluoro Carbons and Halons belong to the CCO for Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR AO 2005-27.

  1. 1. Priority Chemical List Compliance Certificate
  2. 2. Chemical Control Order Registration
  3. 3. Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance (note: no more importation clearance is issued for PCBs and equipments containing PCBs greater than or equal to 2ppm)
  4. 4. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate
  5. 5. Small Quantity Importation Clearance
Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Priority Chemical List Compliance Certificate

  1. 1. Application form (Template can be downloaded from www.emb.gov.ph chemical management ).
  2. 2. Notarized Annual Report Form (Template can be downloaded from www.emb.gov.ph chemical management ).
  3. 3. Material Safety Data Sheet/Safety Data Sheet (ISO or GHS format)
  4. 4. DENR Identification Number as Hazardous Waste Generator
  5. 5. Environmental Compliance Certificate
  6. 6. Discharge Permit
  7. 7. Permit to Operate for APCD and/or APSI
  8. 8. Summary of Importation Data (for importers)
  9. 9. Chemical Management Plan (includes storage, handling, disposal, transport, Safety and health requirements and environmental controls at the workplace).
  10. 10. Management Operation Flow Chart (Process flow on the usage of the chemical)
  11. 11. Contingency/Emergency Plan (includes response procedure on spills, contact, inhalation, ingestion, transport, fire, etc.)
  12. 12. List of Users/Customers with corresponding projected/required volume. (for importer/distributor).
  13. 13. Groundwater/Surface Water Monitoring Results (for user/manufacturer)
  14. 14. Self Monitoring Report (for user/manufacturers)
  15. 15. Photos of the storage facility/warehouse (photo showing the chemical container and chemical labeling, view of the interior of the storage area, safety equipments, if any).
  16. 16. Basic knowledge posed by the use and release of the chemical (e.g. photocopy of training certificate of PCO related to Chemicals, Safety, Environment and/or training attendance of employees relating to chemical management, safety and environment. Include the number of employees handling the chemical.

Procedure for securing Priority Chemical List (PCL) Compliance Certificate

This Certificate is processed and issued at the DENR-EMB Central Office.

  1. 1. Applicant submits application form with requirements to the Chemical Management Section (CMS)
  2. 2. Environmental Quality Division-Chemical Management Section (EQD-CMS) screens and checks completeness of Application Form including the required requirements and if complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt for PCL Compliance Certificate
  3. 3. Records Division receives document and forwards to EQD-CMS
  4. 4. EQD-CMS receive submitted documents, requires additional information and conduct on-site inspection, if necessary and recommends issuance of the Certification.
  5. 5. Office of the Director approves and issues PCL Compliance Certificate
  6. 6. EQD-CMS releases the PCL Compliance Certificate.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

A.2 Chemical Control Orders: Asbestos

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR AO 2000-02.

Importation Clearance

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Chemical Control Order Registration (Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury)

  1. 1. Duly Accomplished and notarized Chemical Control Order (COO)
  2. 2. Registration Forms (as appropriate for Asbestos, or for Cyanide and Mercury)
  3. 3. Current Receipt of Business/Mayor’s Permit
  4. 4. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Registration
  5. 5. Process/production flow chart for manufacturing operation
  6. 6. Chemical Management Plan
  7. 7. Results of air monitoring data at the workplace for manufacturing operation (for Asbestos only)
  8. 8. Certification of liabilities of parties to compensate for damage to life and properties in case of emergencies and
  9. accidents.
  10. 9. Photo documentation of the plant’s operation, storage facilities, etc.

Procedure for securing Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance for Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury under Chemical Control Order (CCO)

Every importation of chemicals covered under the Chemical Control Order (CCO) is required to secure Importation Clearance to the DENR-EMB Regional Offices.

  1. 1. Applicant files application with attached requirements to the Pollution Control Division (PCD)
  2. 2. PCD screens and checks documents. If complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt and then forwards to Records Section
  3. 3. Records Section receives document and forwards to PCD
  4. 4. PCD evaluates document, recommends additional requirements and the issuance of Importation Clearance and endorses to the Office of the Regional Director
  5. 5. Office of the Regional Director approves/disapproves the CCO Importation Clearance
  6. 6. Records Section releases the Importation Clearance.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

A.2 Chemical Control Orders: Cyanide and Cyanide Compounds

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR AO 1997-39.

Importation Clearance

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Chemical Control Order Registration (Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury)

  1. 1. Duly Accomplished and notarized Chemical Control Order (COO)
  2. 2. Registration Forms (as appropriate for Asbestos, or for Cyanide and Mercury)
  3. 3. Current Receipt of Business/Mayor’s Permit
  4. 4. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Registration
  5. 5. Process/production flow chart for manufacturing operation
  6. 6. Chemical Management Plan
  7. 7. Results of air monitoring data at the workplace for manufacturing operation (for Asbestos only)
  8. 8. Certification of liabilities of parties to compensate for damage to life and properties in case of emergencies and
  9. accidents.
  10. 9. Photo documentation of the plant’s operation, storage facilities, etc.

Procedure for securing Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance for Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury under Chemical Control Order (CCO)

Every importation of chemicals covered under the Chemical Control Order (CCO) is required to secure Importation Clearance to the DENR-EMB Regional Offices.

  1. 1. Applicant files application with attached requirements to the Pollution Control Division (PCD)
  2. 2. PCD screens and checks documents. If complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt and then forwards to Records Section
  3. 3. Records Section receives document and forwards to PCD
  4. 4. PCD evaluates document, recommends additional requirements and the issuance of Importation Clearance and endorses to the Office of the Regional Director
  5. 5. Office of the Regional Director approves/disapproves the CCO Importation Clearance
  6. 6. Records Section releases the Importation Clearance.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

A.2 Chemical Control Orders: Lead and Lead Compounds

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR AO 2013-24.

Importation Clearance

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Chemical Control Order Registration (Lead and Lead Compounds)

  1. 1. Covering Letter
  2. 2. Notarized Lead and Lead Compounds Registration Form
  3. 3. Lead Chemical Management Plan
  4. 4. Copy of DENR ID Number
  5. 5. Copy of Environmental Compliance Certificate / Certificate of Non-coverage
  6. 6. Copy of valid Discharge Permit/Interconnection Certificate
  7. 7. Copy of valid Permit to Operate (if applicable)
  8. 8. Copy of SEC Registration
  9. 9. Copy of Business Permit
  10. 10. Certification of Liabilities of parties to compensate for damage to properties and life in case of emergencies and accident
  11. 11. Photo documentation of storage facilities and others
  12. 12. Copy of PCO accreditation certificate and relevant training certificate(s)
  13. 13. Quarterly Self-Monitoring Report incorporating the Certificate of Analysis of wastewater samples

Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance (Lead and Lead Compounds)

  1. 1. Covering Letter
  2. 2. Fully-accomplished Importation Clearance Form
  3. 3. Copy of Discharge Permit/Interconnection Certificate
  4. 4. Copy of Permit to Operate (if applicable)
  5. 5. Copy of Business Permit
  6. 6. Copy of PCO accreditation certificate and relevant training certificate(s)
  7. 7. Quarterly Self-Monitoring Report incorporating the Certificate of Analysis of wastewater samples
  8. 8. Copy of Registration of CCO for Lead and Lead Compounds

Procedure for securing Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance for Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury under Chemical Control Order (CCO)

Every importation of chemicals covered under the Chemical Control Order (CCO) is required to secure Importation Clearance to the DENR-EMB Regional Offices.

  1. 1. Applicant files application with attached requirements to the Pollution Control Division (PCD)
  2. 2. PCD screens and checks documents. If complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt and then forwards to Records Section
  3. 3. Records Section receives document and forwards to PCD
  4. 4. PCD evaluates document, recommends additional requirements and the issuance of Importation Clearance and endorses to the Office of the Regional Director
  5. 5. Office of the Regional Director approves/disapproves the CCO Importation Clearance
  6. 6. Records Section releases the Importation Clearance.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

A.2 Chemical Control Orders: Mercury and Mercury Compounds

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR AO 1997-38.

Importation Clearance

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Chemical Control Order Registration (Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury)

  1. 1. Duly Accomplished and notarized Chemical Control Order (COO)
  2. 2. Registration Forms (as appropriate for Asbestos, or for Cyanide and Mercury)
  3. 3. Current Receipt of Business/Mayor’s Permit
  4. 4. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Registration
  5. 5. Process/production flow chart for manufacturing operation
  6. 6. Chemical Management Plan
  7. 7. Results of air monitoring data at the workplace for manufacturing operation (for Asbestos only)
  8. 8. Certification of liabilities of parties to compensate for damage to life and properties in case of emergencies and
  9. accidents.
  10. 9. Photo documentation of the plant’s operation, storage facilities, etc.

Procedure for securing Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance for Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury under Chemical Control Order (CCO)

Every importation of chemicals covered under the Chemical Control Order (CCO) is required to secure Importation Clearance to the DENR-EMB Regional Offices.

  1. 1. Applicant files application with attached requirements to the Pollution Control Division (PCD)
  2. 2. PCD screens and checks documents. If complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt and then forwards to Records Section
  3. 3. Records Section receives document and forwards to PCD
  4. 4. PCD evaluates document, recommends additional requirements and the issuance of Importation Clearance and endorses to the Office of the Regional Director
  5. 5. Office of the Regional Director approves/disapproves the CCO Importation Clearance
  6. 6. Records Section releases the Importation Clearance.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

A.2 Chemical Control Orders: Polychlorinated Biphenyls

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR 2004-01.

Importation Clearance

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee
  1. 1. Duly accomplished Registration Form
  2. 2.Chemical Management Plan ( Polychlorinated Biphenyls Management Plan)

Procedure for securing Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance for Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury under Chemical Control Order (CCO)

Every importation of chemicals covered under the Chemical Control Order (CCO) is required to secure Importation Clearance to the DENR-EMB Regional Offices.

  1. 1. Applicant files application with attached requirements to the Pollution Control Division (PCD)
  2. 2. PCD screens and checks documents. If complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt and then forwards to Records Section
  3. 3. Records Section receives document and forwards to PCD
  4. 4. PCD evaluates document, recommends additional requirements and the issuance of Importation Clearance and endorses to the Office of the Regional Director
  5. 5. Office of the Regional Director approves/disapproves the CCO Importation Clearance
  6. 6. Records Section releases the Importation Clearance.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

A.2 Chemical Control Orders: Ozone Depleting Substances

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Environment Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via DENR 2013-25.

Pre-Shipment Importation Clearance (PSIC) from the Department through the Bureau prior to the entry of ODS

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

All accomplished application forms must also include the following documents:

  1. a. Official receipt showing that the prescribed application fees and charges have been paid;
  2. b. Photocopy of the pro-forma invoice;
  3. c. Photocopy of the accomplished Record of Actual Arrival of Shipment accompanied by a photocopy of the Bill of Lading issued by the carrier (shipping or transport contractor) of the most recent importation of the chemical made by the applicant. However, this provision does not apply to new or first-time importers;
  4. d. A summary of the transactions made under the most recent importation clearance issued on the same chemical applied for. However, this provision does not apply to new or first-time importers;
  5. e. Import Entry and Internal Revenue Declaration;
  6. f. List of intended buyers and/or end-users;

Procedure for securing Chemical Control Order Importation Clearance for Asbestos, Cyanide and Mercury under Chemical Control Order (CCO)

Every importation of chemicals covered under the Chemical Control Order (CCO) is required to secure Importation Clearance to the DENR-EMB Regional Offices.

  1. 1. Applicant files application with attached requirements to the Pollution Control Division (PCD)
  2. 2. PCD screens and checks documents. If complete, Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt and then forwards to Records Section
  3. 3. Records Section receives document and forwards to PCD
  4. 4. PCD evaluates document, recommends additional requirements and the issuance of Importation Clearance and endorses to the Office of the Regional Director
  5. 5. Office of the Regional Director approves/disapproves the CCO Importation Clearance
  6. 6. Records Section releases the Importation Clearance.
  1. 1. Priority Chemical List (PCL) , Chemical Control Order (CCO) and Small Quantity Importation (SQI) 20-25 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  2. 2. Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate 90 working days upon submission of complete documentary requirements
  • PCL – Php500.00
  • CCO Registration - Php2,250.00
  • CCO Importation - Php700.00
  • PMPIN Abbreviated - Php2,150.00
  • PMPIN Detailed - Php3,750.00
  • SQI – Php500.00
Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City

Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN)

All chemicals not listed under Philippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical Substances whose annual importation is greater than 1000 kgs requires PMPIN Compliance Certificate

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

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Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

PMPIN Compliance Certificate

  1. 1. Notifier: Name of Philippine Company and/or Firm – Only importers or industries that are registered to manufacture in or licensed to import into the Philippines will be allowed to apply or notify.
  2. 2. Substance must be defined as new chemical or fuel additive. New chemical is defined as chemical not listed in the Philippine Inventory of Chemicals & Chemical Substances (PICCS).
  3. 3. Notarized and completed PMPIN-3 Abbreviated or PMPIN-4 Detailed Form
  4. PMPIN-3: for chemicals manufactured or includes in the Inventory of USA, EU, Australia, Canada, Japan or Korea
  5. PMPIN-4: for chemicals manufactured or imported from other countries not listed in PMPIN-3
  6. PMPIN Forms are available at: www.emb.gov.ph/portal/chemical/downloadables.aspx
  7. 4. Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) / Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in ISO-11014 format
  8. 5. Specific Use of the Chemical
  9. 6. Annual volume of import
  10. 7. Notification must be filed at least 100 days before date of manufacture or importation.
  11. 8. Two hard copies of PMPIN duly notarized 1 receiving copy & 1 CD format.
  12. 9. Request for Confidential Business Information (CBI) – for PMPIN application containing confidential business information.

A. SUBSTANTIVE Requirements

  1. 1. Complete information of MSDS/SDS following 16 sections
  2. 2. For sufficiency of submitted MSDS/SDS giving more focus on:
    1. a. Toxicological Information
    2. b. Ecological Information
  3. 3. For PMPIN-4, laboratory reports for the following information are required:
    1. a. Physical and Chemical Properties
    2. b. Toxicological Information
    3. c. Ecological Information

Small Quantity Importation Clearance

  1. a. Accomplished and notarized application form
  2. b. Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
  3. c. Submit PMPIN if amount exceeds SQI requirements

Procedure for (Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation (PMPIN) Compliance Certificate

A process of review of notification prior to manufacture and importation activities of new chemicals undertaken by a Chemical Review Committee. This certificate is processed and issued at the DENR-EMB Central Office.

  1. 1. Applicant submits application form which complete requirements to Chemical Management Section (CMS)
  2. 2. EQD-CMS screens and checks completeness of application form including requirements and if complete Cashier Section receives payment and issues receipt for PMPIN Application
  3. 3. Records Division receives documents and forwards to EQD-CMS
  4. 4. EQD-CMS schedules meeting of Inter-Agency Chemical Review Committee
  5. 5. Inter-Agency Chemical Review Committee (CRC) reviews submitted documents, requires additional information if necessary and forward to EQD-CMS. If found complete forwards to the Office of the Director
  6. 6. Office of the Director approves and issues PMPIN Compliance Certificate
  7. 7. EQD-CMS releases the PMPIN Compliance Certificate
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PMPIN3- P 2,150
PMPIN4- P 3,750

Contact Positon Contact Details

EMMANUELITA D. MENDOZA
OIC-Chief Chemical Management Section

JOSEPHINE MONILLA
Technical Staff Chemical Management Section

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
2nd Floor Air Quality Management Training Center Building
DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue
Diliman Quezon City