chemical release planning Articles

  • 2011 Predictions for U.S. Chemicals Management

    The trends established by the Obama administration will continue despite the Congressional midterm elections in November, says Lynn L. Bergeson. The elections’ impact, notably the new Republican majority in the House and the razor thin Democratic majority in the Senate, will nonetheless have an important, but uncertain impact on the US Environmental Protection Agency. Early indications are ...

    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • TSCA section 5(b)(4) ‘chemicals of concern’ list: questions, issues, concerns

    As part of efforts to enhance the Environmental Protection Agency’s chemical management program under the Toxic Substances Control Act,1 EPA has released a series of ‘‘action plans’’ on chemicals.2 These ‘‘CAPs,’’ as they have come to be called, summarize available hazard and exposure information pertinent to the CAP chemical, outline ...

    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • TSCA regulations: today`s challenges and tomorrow`s reforms

    The question most often asked when addressing this topic is, "Are you ready for TSCA reform?" as if it is looming on the horizon but has yet to happen. The truth, however, is that most producers, manufacturers, and importers of chemical substances are dealing with chemical management changes on a daily basis. Last year, there seemed to be growing momentum on this topic when both the Toxic ...

    By Verisk 3E

  • 2011 Predictions for EPA`s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention

    The Acta Group, L.L.C.'s (Acta) thoughts are below on what may be headed our way in 2011 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP). In short, the general trends established by the Obama Administration during the past two years are expected to continue notwithstanding the 2010 election results. At the same time, the impact of ...

    By Acta Group

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