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TSCA Reset

The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory—which is a list of chemical substances in commerce in the United States, is being updated.


If your company manufactured or imported chemicals from June 21, 2006 through June 21, 2016, the EPA’s TSCA Inventory Reset rule may require you to identify those substances as active on the EPA’s central data exchange (CDX) before February 8, 2018.


If you process or use chemicals, you may identify them as active on the TSCA Inventory through October 5, 2018.


After October 5, 2018, EPA will compile a list of inactive substances, and 90 days after that list is published, the inactive substances may not, unless exempted, be manufactured, imported, processed, or used in commerce, in the United States.


In this webcast, you will learn:

  • How the TSCA Inventory applies to the chemicals you manufacture, import, or use
  • How the TSCA Reset rule applies to your operations
  • Which chemicals are regulated, and which are exempt
  • How to check the status of your chemicals
  • How to use EPA’s CDX to report your chemicals as active
  • How to report using Form B, after October 5, 2018
  • Impact on Safety Data Sheets


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3 hour webcast
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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