Your Guide to TSCA Reform
The US Environmental Protection Agency’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) became law in October 1976 and was enacted in 1979.
The goal of TSCA is to protect human health and the environment from unreasonable risks associated with the manufacture, processing, use and disposal of chemicals. The initial TSCA regulation gave the EPA the authority to evaluate new chemicals by identifying unreasonable hazards but had significant flaws that limited the agency’s ability to effectively evaluate and restrict dangerous substances.
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