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Submit information to meet your specific information requirement – multi-chemical form

You should submit this form if you're importing or manufacturing a chemical in Australia and the Inventory terms of listing for that chemical has a 'specific information requirement'. Completing this form helps you to meet your obligations.

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This form is only for chemicals listed on the Inventory. For help on your next steps, see 'I can't find my chemical on the Inventory'.

You need to use our confidential chemical webform to submit information about your specific information requirements.

Are you submitting this form as an agent/consultant for an introducer?

Introducer questions

You won't be able to submit this form until you've answered this question and the questions that will appear.
For example, NIC12345 or NIC06894.

Agent and consultant questions

You won't be able to submit this form until you've answered this question and the questions that will appear.
For example, NIC12345 or NIC06894.

Chemical 6 is below chemicals 1 to 5.

Chemicals 6 and 7 are below chemicals 1 to 5.

Chemicals 6, 7, and 8 are below chemicals 1 to 5.

Chemicals 6, 7, 8, and 9 are below chemicals 1 to 5.

Chemicals 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 are below chemicals 1 to 5.


Chemical 1

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 2

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 3

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 4

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 5

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 6

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 7

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 8

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 9

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.

Chemical 10

Chemical identity

This is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registered number for the chemical.

You need to look for the reports to determine if you have specific information requirements for your introduction.

You should read our guidance about specific information requirements.

Chemical use, volume and hazard information

Select how much of your chemical will be manufactured or imported into Australia per year.
For example, 1%, 50%. If importing for the purpose of reformulating in Australia, give both the import concentration and end-product concentration.
Which category best describes how your chemical will be used?
Adhesive and sealant products
Air care products
Antifreeze and de-icing products
Apparel and footwear care products
Arts, crafts and hobby products
Automotive care products
Chemical imported into Australia; limited handling of the chemical (such that import containers are opened); then exported for end use overseas
Chemical imported into Australia; import containers remain closed; then exported for end use overseas
Chemical manufactured in Australia; exported for end use overseas
Cleaning and furniture care products
Construction products not covered by other end uses
Electronic products
Explosive products
Extractive products not covered by other end uses
Fabric, textile and leather products not covered by other end uses
Fuel, oil, fuel oil additives and related products
Ink, toner and colourant products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricant and grease products
Paint and coating products
Paper products
Personal care products - limited environmental release
Personal care products not covered by other end use
Personal vaporiser products
Photographic products
Plastic and polymer products
Tattoo ink products
Water treatment products
Any other end use not covered above
Explain further about how your chemical will be used and what it does e.g. antioxidant, binder, catalyst, emollient, emulsifier, surfactant. Maximum 3000 characters.
If yes, provide details in the following comments box.
Maximum 3000 characters (text and numbers only) – do not use symbols and special characters.

For example, details on the adverse effects of the chemical, information relating to specific secondary notification obligations described in the assessment report.
One file only.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt, rtf, pdf, doc, docx, odt, ppt, pptx, odp, xls, xlsx, ods.
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