Assessing and Managing Chemicals under TSCA
National PFAS Testing Strategy
EPA has developed a national testing strategy that will inform requiring PFAS manufacturers to provide the agency with toxicity data and information on categories of PFAS chemicals to inform future regulatory efforts.
Proposed Rule to Require Reporting on PFAS Manufactured in the United States
EPA is proposing reporting and recordkeeping requirements for PFAS under TSCA.
Final Rule Requiring Reporting on Health and Safety Data for Fifty Chemicals
EPA finalized a rule to require manufacturers of 20 High Priority Substances and 30 CPSC chemicals to report data from certain unpublished health and safety studies.
Opportunities for Public Engagement and Outreach on Risk Management
Input from all stakeholders is critical to the TSCA risk management process.
Evaluating Risks from TSCA Chemicals
- How EPA Evaluates the Safety of Existing Chemicals
- Prioritizing Existing Chemicals for Risk Evaluation
- Risk Evaluations for Existing Chemicals under TSCA
- Data Development and Information Collection to Assess Risks
- Predictive Models and Tools for Evaluating Chemicals
- Reviewing New Chemicals under TSCA
Reducing Risks from TSCA Chemicals
TSCA Reporting Requirements for Industry
- Chemical Data Reporting (CDR)
- Reporting a TSCA Chemical Substantial Risk Notice
- Filing a Significant New Use (SNUN)
- Testing Requirements
- TSCA Import-Export Requirements
- TSCA Section 8(a)(7) Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements for Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances
- Health and Safety Data Reporting; Addition of 20 High-Priority Substances and 30 Organohalogen Flame Retardants