Metal scrap/waste paper inspection for Malaysia

A certificate of inspection of scrap metal/waste paper for Malaysia is required. Baltic Control will be in charge of inspecting eligible shipments shipped from Japan to Malaysia and will issue a certificate.

  1. Laws and Government Announcements
  2. Items to be inspected and tax number
  3. Import prohibited items and tax numbers are not applicable
  4. Radiation dose standards
  5. Number of samples to be inspected
  6. Flow until certificate issuance
  7. Necessary documents
  8. Inspection cost
  9. To apply

1. Laws and Government Announcements SIRIM Scrap Import Guidelines: Importation of Metal Scrap & Waste Paper Guidelines Import Ban Items: CUSTOMS (PROHIBITION OF IMPORTS) (AMENDMENT) (NO. 2) ORDER 2022 Press Release (Scrap Metal): MEDIA RELEASE (Guidelines_MetalScrap_Malaysia) List of Inspection Agencies: Approuved Inspection Company Waste Paper Code List: (EN643) Code List) Japanese Version   2. Inspection items and tax number Metal scrap STEEL SCRAP

HS Code / Tax No. For more information DESCRIPTION
7204 Ingots for remelt of steel waste and steel  Waste and scrap of cast iron steel remelting scrap ingots
10 000 Cast Iron Scrap Waste and scrap of cast iron
21. 000 – Stainless steel – Of stainless steel
29 000 – Other things – Other
30 000 Scraps of steel plated with tin Waste and scrap of tinned iron or steel
41 100. Of tin plate plate Of tin plate
900 – Other things – Other
49 100. Tin-plated cutting scraps and punching Of tin plate
49 900 – Other things – Other
50 000 Ingots for remelt Remelting scrap ingots
7404 00 000 Copper Waste Copper waste and scrap.
7602 00 000 Aluminum waste Aluminium waste and scrap.

  Waste Paper Waste Paper

HS Code / Tax No. For more information DESCRIPTION
4707 10 000 Kraft paper or kraft paperboard and corrugated paper or paperboard (mainly cardboard) Unbleached kraft paper or paperboard or of corrugated paper or paperboard
Twenty. 000 Other paper or paperboard, mainly from exposed chemical pulp, excluding colored wholes (2) Copy paper, etc. Of other paper or paperboard made mainly of bleached chemical pulp, not coloured in the mass
30 100. an old newspaper Over-issued newspapers
900 Other items (flyers, magazines, etc.) Other
90 000 Containing unsalified waste paper Other, including unsorted waste and scrap

4707.30 : A mix of non-drifting items such as newspapers, flyers, magazines, etc. can be exported 4707.90: Prohibited import items (if three types of cardboard / used paper / newspaper, flyer, magazine are not classified, import prohibition   3. Prohibited items and tax numbers are applicable A. Malaysia SIRIM Rules Metal Scrap STEEL SCRAP

Inspection criteria breakdown Requirement (weight ratio) %
Tax No. 7204 Tax No. 7404 Tax No. 7602
Iron and Steel 94.75% or more 5.0% or less 5.0% or less
Nonferrous 5.0% or less 94.75% or more 94.75% or more
Other recycled materials including plastics 0.25% or less 0.25% or less 0.25% or less
Hazardous and hazardous scraps (including electronic component waste materials) 0% 0% 0%
Total 100% 100% 100%

Waste Paper Waste Paper

No… Group requirement
1 The type and grade of paper (EN code table, Japanese) The % of mixing permission other than unnecessary items and paper changes depending on the product MS EN (P) 643: 2021 Paper and Paperboard – List of European standard grades of paper and paperboard for recycling
2 Designated waste 0%
3 Hazardous materials other than designated waste (medical waste, scraps of electronic equipment parts, dangerous goods, poisons, products corroded by polymer-based packaging materials, household waste, organic substances, sanitary products such as diapers, raw products, insects, food, rotten goods) 0%
4 Impurities (metals, plastics, glass, textile products, pieces of wood, sand, synthetic chemicals) 0.01% or less
5 Impurities other than those listed above 0.5% or less

  B. Scheduled Waste Import Prohibited Designated Waste List If the designated waste is confirmed at the time of inspection and cannot be easily removed, the inspection will fail C. Electronic and Electrical Wastes Used TVs, personal computers, and other electrical and electronic equipment that are disassembled, recycled or disposed of without being used. If the electrical waste is confirmed at the time of inspection and cannot be easily removed, the inspection will fail D. Basel Convention Overview of Export Control of Waste and Other Products (MINISTRY OF ECONOMY, TRADE AND INDUSTRY) March 2022 If the substances subject to the Basel Convention are confirmed at the time of inspection and cannot be easily removed, the inspection will fail 4.    Radiation dose reference Measurement criteria for substances: 0,25 μGy/h or less If the atmospheric reading is 0.10 μGy/h, it will be reported after 5 measurements of 1μGy/hr = 1 μSv passed below 0,35 μGy/h In the case of on-site inspections that do not have radiation measuring instruments, an early application is required5.    Number of samples to be inspected Number of inspections per container

Total container count / 1Bill of Lading Number of containers to be inspected
2-8 bottles 2 bottles
9 to 15 bottles 3 bottles
16 to 25 bottles 5 bottles
26 to 50 bottles 8 bottles
51 to 90 bottles 13 bottles
91 to 150 bottles 20 pieces
151 to 280 bottles 32 bottles

Number of samples to be inspected For each container to be inspected, it is necessary to check two pieces (veil, bundle, bag, pallet, drum, etc.) Confirmation method: Open and check the contents or standing inspection of the creation work Photo correspondence is not possible, if it is not possible to perform on the van packing date, inspection is required on another day In that case, another day's inspection cost will be   incurred 6. Flow until certificate issuance

1. Send inspection request form, necessary documents, product photo jpg 2. Pre-examination (If permission is obtained by prior inspection, on-site inspection cannot be carried out) 3. On-site inspection (9:00-17:00 is the inspection time of the day) 4. Sending weight certificates (not required if available at the inspection site) 5. Payment of inspection costs (you can pay either in Denmark or Japan) 6. Issuance of certificate (if there is no problem, it will be issued 5 business days after the end of the on-site inspection)

  7. Necessary documents

1. Inspection request form (there is an application form and page 2 2Sheet) updated May 2, 2022 2. Contracts (Proforma Invoice, Sales Contract, etc.) 3. Packing list (if the number of clogging is unknown, a Tyre weight of the packing material is required) 4. Statement Letter (Sworn Statement Letter Form , where the shipment shipment is not a prohibited import item / example and Japanese translation      5. Calibration certificate of the weigh scale (weight measurement of one veil is required at the time of inspection) 6. Calibration certificate of radiation dose meter (radiation dose measurement is mandatory) 7. Photo of the product (photo that shows product details by raising to some extent for each tax number .jpg)

  8. Inspection cost 1 day inspection cost: $650 + transportation (inspectors close to the inspection site are scheduled) The inspection time per day is 9:00 – 17:00 (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) Example) If the total number of containers of 1B/L is 25, the number of containers to be inspected is 8, and 16 bales need to be confirmed. If you pack three vans a day, the inspection cost will be $650 x 3 + transportation x3 currency rates will be calculated at the exchange rate on the invoicing date9.    Application Destination Baltic Control Japan Sole Agent Safety Tech Co., Ltd. 20F Kobe Commerce and Industry And Trade Center Building, 5-1-14 Hamabe-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo 651-0083 TEL: +81-78-200-5194 Baltic Control Dedicated Line e-mail: