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40 CFR Part 80 Pending Registration List

This page explains the Part 80 registration process and provides information about the status of pending registration requests.

Pending Registration List

This file lists Part 80 registrations awaiting EPA review, along with their status in the review process. It does not include requests that require rulemaking changes, or other types of requests or applications that require policy determinations, or other actions currently pending.

The file contains two worksheets. One worksheet lists simple registration request types that are expected to move quickly through the standard review process. A second worksheet lists registration request types that are more complex and may require a longer review period. Requests are listed by an ID number known to the requester only, and the list is updated weekly.

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Completed Registrations

In 2017, EPA reviewed and processed 1,722 registration requests. Of the total, 65 percent were simple registration request types (937 company associations and 187 Responsible Corporate Officer (RCO) updates) and 35 percent were more complex types that required a longer review period (116 new companies and 482 company updates).

""For information on the number of registrations processed by EPA in 2018, scroll to the bottom of the worksheet lists that are found in the Pending Registration List file (above).

EPA’s Pending Registration Review Process

A company request (CR) to register or make registration updates goes through a multi-step review process that relies on active and efficient participation from both the requester and the EPA.


Registration Review Process

To facilitate the fastest possible review, companies should create and submit their CR to EPA only after all required information and documentation is complete and ready for EPA evaluation.

  • CRs must be postmarked and mailed or submitted electronically to EPA no more than two weeks after they are created.
  • Companies notified by EPA of missing or incomplete information associated with their CR must postmark and mail or electronically submit the missing information within two weeks of the notification date.
  • CRs that do not follow these parameters are withdrawn from CDX and can be re-created by the submitter once all required material is assembled.