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5 Key TSCA Updates
We summarize key TSCA movements and shed light on upcoming activities.
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5 Key TSCA Updates, There has been a lot of activity regarding the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) over the last several months. To summarize key TSCA movements and shed light on potential upcoming activities, we have rounded up information on select areas that companies impacted by TSCA should know about. Read, . May 27, 2020 Deadline to Self-Identify for Risk Evaluation Fees Current EPA Risk Evaluations TSCA SNURs for PFAS Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) Update TSCA CDR and Toxics Release Inventory (TRI
TSCA Compliance in 2020. Preparing for Chemical Data Reporting.
The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) is intended to help protect workers, consumers, and the environment from adverse chemical impacts...
https://www.trihydro.com/news/news-details/2022/04/08/chemical-data-reporting-under-toxic-substances-control-act-2020-old
TSCA Compliance in 2020. Preparing for Chemical Data Reporting, Background The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), originally signed in 1976 and administered, , and the environment from adverse chemical impacts. TSCA houses an inventory of more than 86,000, was reformed to apply an enhanced risk-based process to inventory management. TSCA’s chemical data reporting rule TSCA contains several sections that define EPA’s regulatory authority, advise on company-wide TSCA compliance with reporting, recordkeeping, import/export, Active-Inactive
EPA Issues New TSCA PFAS Reporting Rule
We dig into the EPA's brand new TSCA PFAS reporting and recordkeeping rule. Learn more about compliance considerations.
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EPA Issues New TSCA PFAS Reporting Rule, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Section 8(a)(7) amendment by the National Defense, and recently modernized statutes controlling industrial chemicals in the United States, TSCA is systematically used to advance EPA’s regulatory roadmap. Top 3 article takeaways EPA issues new TSCA PFAS, Article importers and previously exempt businesses, many with no prior TSCA obligations, may need, effects Denies typical TSCA exemptions (i.e., byproducts, impurities, non-isolated intermediates
EPA Exercises Reformed TSCA to Initiate Asbestos Ban
On April 5, 2022, EPA proposed a new ban on asbestos. The proposal represents the first time EPA has exercised the regulatory framework established in 2016 under the Reformed TSCA.
https://www.trihydro.com/news/news-details/2022/04/07/epa-exercises-reformed-tsca-to-initiate-asbestos-ban
EPA Exercises Reformed TSCA to Initiate Asbestos Ban, framework established in 2016 under the Reformed Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), which provides, Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act passed (aka Reformed TSCA), providing EPA the authority to ban, the Reformed TSCA, EPA released the results of its Part 1 Asbestos Final Risk Evaluation, which demonstrated, was the last step in the scientific evaluation process established under the Reformed TSCA, allowing EPA, (TSCA), can be read here. In summary, the EPA proposes to ban manufacturing (including importing
What to Expect: Reformed TSCA Requirements for the 2020 CDR
The 2020 CDR cycle begins June 1, 2020 and is unlike past quadrennial reporting cycles because it is the first to occur under the reformed TSCA.
https://www.trihydro.com/news/news-details/2022/04/08/what-to-expect-reformed-tsca-requirements-2020-cdr-old
What to Expect: Reformed TSCA Requirements for the 2020 CDR, On June 22, 2020, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), as reformed by the Frank R, many of the reformed TSCA framework rules have been drafted and are undergoing implementation, mechanism under TSCA Section 8(a) used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to manage, cycle. Moreover, staff trained specifically on TSCA CDR frequently transition into new roles, the last cycle in 2016, the 2020 CDR will occur under the reformed TSCA. To make things even more
WHAT TO EXPECT: REFORMED TSCA REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 2020 CDR
On June 22, 2020, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), as reformed by the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (LCSA), will celebrate its fourth anniversary. Many of the reformed TSCA framework rules have been drafted and are undergoing implementation, including recent changes to the chemical data reporting (CDR) rule. With the next CDR reporting season beginning soon (June 1, 2020), it is necessary to come up to speed on the reformed TSCA and the updated CDR reporting.
https://www.trihydro.com/news/news-details/2020/10/20/what-to-expect-reformed-tsca-requirements-for-the-2020-cdr
WHAT TO EXPECT: REFORMED TSCA REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 2020 CDR, CDR is an information gathering mechanism under TSCA Section 8(a) used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to manage the manufacturing and importation of large volume chemicals that have the potential to adversely impact human health and the environment. CDR reporting is a regulatory, because of its quadrennial reporting cycle. Moreover, staff trained specifically on TSCA CDR, cycle in 2016, the 2020 CDR will occur under the reformed TSCA. To make things even more complex
Chemical Data Reporting Errors Could Result in Fines Under TSCA
The importance of timely and accurate chemical data reporting (CDR) under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was highlighted last week...
https://www.trihydro.com/news/news-details/2019/10/29/chemical-data-reporting-errors-could-result-fines-under-tsca
Chemical Data Reporting Errors Could Result in Fines Under TSCA, Control Act (TSCA) was highlighted last week with a $45,000 fine given to a chemical company, of several reporting and recordkeeping requirements under TSCA, and facilities may be subject to audit flags, attention to any “new” chemicals that may need verification with the TSCA Inventory and that could, is 25,000 pounds of chemicals per year, but may be lower for certain substances listed in TSCA. EPA, Consolidating exemptions Noncompliance penalties With the reformed TSCA comes a new schedule
EPA Finalizes TSCA CDR Amendment and Extends Reporting Deadline
TSCA's CDR mandates quadrennial reporting to maintain an evergreen database of chemical production, importation, and use information.
https://www.trihydro.com/news/news-details/epa-finalizes-tsca-cdr-amendment-and-extends-reporting-deadline
EPA Finalizes TSCA CDR Amendment and Extends Reporting Deadline, A key component of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) is its chemical data reporting (CDR, . For additional background on TSCA and the CDR rule, you can watch our video series of key highlights, other TSCA updates I should know about? On March 11, 2020, the EPA announced the latest update to the TSCA Inventory. The Inventory has played a central role in managing and regulating industrial, in the Inventory and are designated as active is critical in maintaining compliance with TSCA. Preparing
2023 TSCA Watchlist: EPA Determines Trichloroethylene Represents Unreasonable Risk
EPA announced the final regulatory determination declaring TCE as having an unreasonable risk of injury to human health for 52 out of 54 conditions of use. Learn more about the scientific basis of the update as well as key changes.
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2023 TSCA Watchlist: EPA Determines Trichloroethylene Represents Unreasonable Risk, , and bystanders. TSCA subject: Trichloroethylene (CAS 79-01-6) TCE is a volatile organic compound, Control Act (TSCA) paradigm. Currently, most TCE on the market is used as a feedstock in refrigerants, measures. TSCA’s authorities include the ability to place limitations on activities associated, issues a final rule. Figure 1. There are eight steps in the TSCA risk evaluation process; TCE, specialists remain up to date with TSCA and routinely support clients across industries with site-specific
March 27th Deadline for Companies to Self-Identify Under TSCA
EPA established a March 27, 2020 regulatory deadline for companies to self-identify if they manufacture or import, or ceased manufacture or import of, any of the 20 high-priority substances about to undergo risk evaluation.
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March 27th Deadline for Companies to Self-Identify Under TSCA, Act (TSCA), the EPA performs risk evaluations for chemicals designated as high-priority substances, , byproducts, impurities, and substances imported as part of an article are exempted from TSCA, entities may incorrectly presume that they are TSCA-exempt. In recognition of industry concerns, preparing for the regulatory deadline? We provide comprehensive TSCA services, including

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