Assessing and Managing Chemicals under TSCA
EPA Proposes Ban on All Uses of Trichloroethylene
EPA proposes rule to protect human health from trichloroethylene.
EPA Proposes Update to Risk Evaluation Rule
EPA has proposed codifying its improvements to the risk evaluation process. Learn More.
EPA Finalizes PFAS Reporting Requirements
All manufacturers (including importers) of PFAS in any year since 2011 are required to report information related to chemical identity, categories of use, volumes manufactured and processed, byproducts, environmental and health effects, worker exposure, and disposal to EPA.
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
- Proposed TSCA Data Reporting Rule