Tag: EPA

EPA Publishes Updated TSCA Inventory – The Countdown Begins

Apr 2019

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: News & Updates, Regulatory News

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The race is on! On February 19, 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published the revised Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory with all listed substances having either an Active or Inactive designation. There are 35,110 non-confidential substance listings and 10,463 confidential substance listings on the inventory that are listed as Inactive. The Inactive designation…

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EPA Releases Latest Public Version of the TSCA Inventory – Finally!

Apr 2018

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: GHS, Regulatory News, SDS Authoring

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The EPA has FINALLY (we have practically been camped out on the EPA website like black Friday shoppers waiting outside the store) released the latest public version of the TSCA Inventory.  The Inventory is released twice a year, usually in the January/February and June/July timeframes.  This year the release of the Public Inventory is critical…

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EPA Releases 2018 Annual Report on Risk Evaluations

Feb 2018

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: Community Right-to-Know, Regulatory News

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In compliance with the amendments to TSCA the EPA has released it’s 2018 Annual Report on Risk Evaluations.  The report provides a high level overview for 2018.  In summary the following can be expected – Refinement of the scoping documents for the first 10 chemicals reviews in progress Prioritization for 40 chemicals (at least 20 low…

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EPA’s ChemView Helps Companies to Make Safer, Possibly Smarter Choices

Sep 2013

Author: Compliance Specialist

Categories: Chemical Management, General Information

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The EPA recently released a really interesting and cool new web-based search tool called, EPA’s ChemView.  It allows companies and manufacturers to search for, “information on chemical health and safety data received by EPA and EPA’s assessments and regulatory actions for specific chemicals under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)”.  It’s basically the EPA’s version of…

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