AICIS Fees and Charges for 2020

The Australian Industrial Chemical Introduction Scheme (AICIS) has now officially replaced NICNAS as the official regulator of industrial chemicals, including those chemicals used in cosmetics and human hygiene products. The new registration charges are based on an 8-level system that is determined by the value of the industrial chemicals introduced in the previous financial year. A charge of $72 applies to all registration levels. Businesses that introduced industrial chemicals with a total value of less than $50,000 in the last financial year will not pay a registration charge. Find out more about AICIS fees and charges.

  


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