Exporting Chemicals from New Zealand

Chemical Weapons Convention Schedule 3 Chemicals

A CWC Schedule 3A (toxic) or 3B (precursor) chemical is controlled if it constitutes more than 10% (by weight) of a mixture or if the mix contains more than one Schedule 2 or Schedule 3 chemical.

When exporting these chemicals (listed in 1C350 & 1C450) to countries / territories not Party to the Chemical Weapons Convention an End-Users certificate needs to be completed and assurance that they will not be retransferred is required.

A CWC S3.1 in the below table, export permission is required when it constitutes more than 25% of a mixture (by weight).

For Contact information see - How to apply for a permit

(some common names are shown in italics following the relevant chemical name)

Chemicals
CAS Number
A. Toxic chemicals  
Phosgene (carbonyl dichloride)
75-44-5
Cyanogen chloride
506-77-4
Hydrogen cyanide (hydrocyanic acid)
74-90-8
Chloropicrin (trichloronitromethane)
76-06-2
   
B. Precursors  
Phosphorus oxychloride (phosphoryl chloride)
10025-87-3
Phosphorus trichloride
7719-12-2
Phosphorus pentachloride (phosphorane, pentachloro)
10026-13-8
Trimethyl phosphite (phosphorus acid, trimethyl ester)
121-45-9
Triethyl phosphite (phosphorus acid, triethyl ester)
122-52-1
Dimethyl phosphite (phosphonic acid, dimethyl ester)
868-85-9
Diethyl phosphite (phosphonic acid, diethyl ester)
762-04-9
Sulfur monochloride (sulfur chloride - S2C12)
10025-67-9
Sulfur dichloride (sulfur chloride - SC12)
10545-99-0
Thionyl chloride
7719-09-7
Ethyldiethanolamine
139-87-7
Methyldiethanolamine MDEA
105-59-9
Ucarsol Solvents (Dow Chemical (Australia) Ltd)  
Triethanolamine TEA
102-71-6
Plasma-flo, Free-flo (R H Minter Pty Ltd)

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