25 Apr
EPA adds eight high priority chemicals for further testing under TSCA

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced, on 24 March 2022, the results of a second round of tests under section 4 of TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act). The purpose of this is to collect additional information on eight of […]

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20 Jul
EPA Announces Path Forward for TSCA Chemical Risk Evaluations

On 30th Jun 2021, US EPA announced an important policy change under TSCA. These changes are surrounding risk evaluation by the previous administration and the path forward for the 10 chemicals to undergo risk evaluation. The changes include revisiting the […]

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1 May
Did you know? TSCA added 5 new PBT Substances

Initially the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) applied only to the production, importing, and processing of chemicals. This new rule has added restrictions on the TSCA chemicals present in the article. It has created an […]

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27 Apr
Major material compliance regulations affecting the food and beverage industry – What you need to know?

(Material compliance regulations are a critical part of the global food and beverage industry. These regulations are essential to ensure the health and safety of consumers.) Globalization has opened up boundaries for players in the food and beverage industry. To […]

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26 Apr
Did you know? ECHA has identified 300 chemicals as candidates for regulatory action

On 21 April 2021, ECHA published its third report on Integrated Regulatory Strategy. It provides latest information on Agency’s work regarding the identification and management of chemicals that are hazardous. It aims at accelerating data generation, identifying of groups of […]

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31 Mar
Did you know TSCA Section 6(h) has New deadline for PBT Chemicals?

To reduce the exposure of persistent, bio accumulative and toxic (PBT) chemicals, TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) issued 5 final rules on Jan 6, 2021. On Feb 5, 2021, final rules were passed and on March 6, 2021, it came […]

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