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Registration FAQs

How do I estimate the value of my manufactured chemicals?

The value of a relevant industrial chemical manufactured is the factory cost of manufacturing that chemical, ie, the cost of labour and materials (including all ingredients) involved in the manufacture plus the factory overhead expenses. If you import your chemical ingredients, make sure you count the value of the import only once when calculating your total value of imported and/or manufactured relevant industrial chemicals.

If you have paid a NICNAS Registration fee for an imported chemical you are using in the manufacture of another chemical, then you should deduct its value from the value of the manufactured product. A simpler method is to use the value of the final manufactured chemical in your estimate as this would have taken into account the value of the inputs.If you buy your ingredients from local suppliers, then the cost of these ingredients will have to be included in the value of the chemical manufactured.

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