8(e) and FYI Submissions Received July 2002
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|8EHQ-0702-13853A (PDF)||Quinazolinone *2||Confidential||Confidential||Results of an acute oral toxicity study in rats with a mixture containing the chemical|
|8EHQ-0702-15165A (PDF)||Chemical||Confidential||Confidential||Results of mouse micronucleus study and results of an acute oral toxicity study in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15166A (PDF)||Hexabromocyclododecane||25637-99-4||N||Bromine Science and Environmental Forum||Results of an environmental monitoring and bioaccumulation study|
|8EHQ-0702-15167A (PDF)||2-(2-Amino-ethylamino) ethanol||111-41-1||Y||Ethyleneamines Product Stewardship Discussion Group||Preliminary results of an oral reproductive/developmental toxicity screening test in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15168A (PDF)||Magenta ink||Confidential||Confidential||Results of two dermal sensitization studies in mice|
|8EHQ-0702-15169A (PDF)||Yellow ink||Confidential||Confidential||Results of a dermal sensitization study in mice|
|8EHQ-0702-15170A (PDF)||Nitrogen-containing heterocycle *2||Confidential||BASF Corporation||Results of a mouse micronucleus screening study|
|8EHQ-0702-15171A (PDF)||Nitrogen-containing heterocycle *2||Confidential||BASF Corporation||Results of a mouse micronucleus screening study|
|8EHQ-0702-15172A (PDF)||p-Nitrotoluene||99-99-0||Y||Bayer Corporation||Results of a reproductive and developmental toxicity screening test via oral administration to rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15173A (PDF)||Benzenesulfonic acid, hexadecyl (sulfophenoxy)-, disodium salt||65143-89-7||N||Dow Chemical Company||Results of a single dose oral toxicity study in rats (length of study not specified)|
|8EHQ-0702-15174A (PDF)||Sulfonamide, substituted||Confidential||N||BASF Corporation||Results of a dietary 28-day toxicity study in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15175A (PDF)||Carbomonocyclic ether, substituted||Confidential||N||National Starch and Chemical Company||Final report of an intraperitoneal micronucleus study in mice|
|8EHQ-0702-15176A (PDF)||Modified acrylic terpolymer||Confidential||National Starch and Chemical Company||Study report of an acute algal toxicity test|
|8EHQ-0702-15178A (PDF)||Blue ink||Confidential||Confidential||Results of a local lymph node sensitization assay in mice|
|8EHQ-0702-15179A (PDF)||Propane, 1-nitro||108-03-2||N||Dow Chemical Company||Results of a 28d repeat dose toxicity study with reproductive/developmental toxicity screening test in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15180A (PDF)||CGX RU 997||Confidential||Ciba Specialty Chemicals North America||Study report of a guinea pig skin sensitization test|
|8EHQ-0702-15181A (PDF)||Anthranilamide, substituted||Confidential||Confidential||Results of a 4 wk repeat dose toxicity study (via capsule) in dogs|
|8EHQ-0702-14281B (PDF)||Propanoic acid, 3(dodecylthio)-, oxybis(2,1ethanediyloxy-2,1ethanediyl) ester||64253-30-1||Y||Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company||Final report of a four week dietary toxicity study in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-14381E (PDF)||Long chain alkenyl amide borate||Confidential||Confidential||MSDS and precautionary label in response to EPA request|
|8EHQ-0702-14971C (PDF)||1-Methylcyclopropylamine, hydrochloride salt||88887-87-0||N||Eastman Chemical Company||Clarification on route of administration in previously reported four week oral toxicity study in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15015B (PDF)||Iodonium, (3methylphenyl) phenyl-, ar’C12–13 branched alkyl derivs., (OC-6-11) hexafluoroantimonates (1-)||309263-22-7||N||Dow Corning Corporation||Final report of skin sensitization study performed with guinea pig maximization test|
|8EHQ-0702-15067B (PDF)||Chloroalkane byproducts||60027-77-2||N||Vulcan Chemicals||Results of 28-day repeat dose nose-only inhalation study in rats|
|8EHQ-0702-15149B (PDF)||Pyridine ketone, substituted *2||Confidential||N||Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc.||Preliminary results of a 28-day study in dogs (route of administration not stated)|
|8EHQ-0702-15155B (PDF)||Textile chemical mixture||None||Confidential||Response to EPA request for information on potential exposures and voluntary risk management|
|Fluoroalkyl acrylate copolymer||Confidential||N|
|FYI-0702-01430A (PDF)||Triethanolamine||102-71-6||Y||National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences||Pathology Working Group report and Summary Pathology Tables of a dermal two-year carcinogenicity and chronic toxicity study in mice|
|FYI-0702-01431A (PDF)||Aspartame||22839-47-0||N||EHS National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences||Pathology Working Group Report and Summary Pathology Tables of a 39week oral feeding prechronic toxicity and carcinogenicity study in transgenic mice|
|FYI-0702-01378AL (PDF)||Perfluorooctane sulfonates and related compounds||Multiple||N||3M Company||Final reports of an in vitro genotoxicity study, a 26-week oral toxicity study in monkeys, two pharmacokinetic studies, a drinking water health advisory, an acute toxicity study in earthworms, a bioconcentration study in fish, and environmental fate and|
DEFINITION OF TERMS
8EHQ# - This is the EPA submission number that includes a 4-digit month and year followed by a 5-digit number assigned sequentially from the year 1977, followed by a sequence letter ( “A” for the initial submission and “B”, “C”, “D”, etc. for supplemental submissions) (8EHQ-MMYY-XXXXX A). Supplemental means that it is a follow-up to an earlier submitted report. Supplemental submissions reflect the month and year logged in but retain the same 5-digit sequential number as a link to the initial submission. 8EHQ number is a useful reference to request a copy of a submission.
FYI (For Your Information) submissions are the voluntary adjuncts of 8(e)s. The FYI# is similar to that for 8(e) described above (FYI-MMYY-XXXXX A). The submitter either judges that the information is not reportable under TSCA 8(e) reporting requirements or is not subject to TSCA 8(e) reporting but wants to share the information with EPA (and the public) on a voluntary basis.
NOTE that OPPT routinely sends follow-up requests to 8(e) submitters. Other EPA programs and other federal agencies can ask OPPT to request follow-up information as well.
CHEM Name - This is the name used by the submitter.
CAS No. - The Chemical Abstracts Service Number. Use of the term "CBI" indicates that the submitter is claiming the identity of the chemical to be confidential business information. This claim can be challenged in some cases, and users should notify EPA if they wish to pursue the chemical identity.
USHV - High production volume chemical in the U.S., including domestic manufacture and importation. EPA defines high production volume as annual production one million pounds or more pounds.
Description - A general description of the type of study or information submitted, but not study results. A PDF electronic copy of the submission is attached.