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Toxic Substances Control Act Compliance Monitoring

TSCA Topics

EPA works with its federal and state regulatory partners to assure compliance with toxic substances laws and regulations in order to protect human health and the environment. The major federal law governing toxic substance is the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA).

EPA implements several different program areas, they include:

The TSCA Compliance Monitoring Strategy (PDF) (114 pp, 1.1MB) presents an overarching (multi-year) framework and principles for TSCA compliance monitoring. It also presents a strategic approach which will move TSCA compliance monitoring from primarily a program-by-program perspective to a “One-TSCA” approach. The One-TSCA approach means that each region is expected to have an overarching perspective in allocating its resources to ensure that the region focuses on its most significant environmental problem(s), yet sustains essential capacity in each of its TSCA focus areas by, for example, responding appropriately to tips and complaints.

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