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New Compliance Obligations for TSCA Chemical Data Reporting: Prepare for Proposed Changes to the 2020 Report - On-Demand

New Compliance Obligations for TSCA Chemical Data Reporting: Prepare for Proposed Changes to the 2020 Report - On-Demand

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New Compliance Obligations for TSCA Chemical Data Reporting: Prepare for Proposed Changes to the 2020 Report - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn what to do now to prepare for the 2020 TSCA Chemical Data Report.


 

Every four years certain companies are required to submit information to EPA on the quantities, forms, and uses of the chemical substances they manufactured domestically and imported into the United States.  

The Chemical Data Report (CDR), which is required by the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), is a time-consuming and complicated reporting obligation, and EPA has proposed amendments to the regulations that will be finalized later this year.  It’s time to start planning for 2020 to ensure you can satisfy this challenging reporting requirement efficiently and cost-effectively.

Use this on-demand webinar with TSCA expert Kathleen Roberts of Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®) who will provide valuable information about what has changed since the last CDR in 2016, and answers to common—and sometimes complex—questions related to TSCA  CDRreporting, such as: 

  • Do I have to report?
  • What are the thresholds and are there any exemptions?
  • What data do I need to collect for inclusion in this report?
  • How do I account for confidential information or joint submissions?
  • What documentation must I retain?

 

After attending this webinar, you will be able to 

  • Determine if your facility must report
  • Identify what data must be collected and included in the report
  • Recognize changes to the regulations since the last report in 2016
  • Implement a data collection and reporting process to ensure timely submission of the CDR

 

About Your Presenter:

Kathleen RobertsKathleen Roberts
B&C Senior Regulatory Consultant 

Kathleen Roberts is a recognized expert in chemical control regulations, specifically those under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Roberts is highly regarded as a leader in domestic and international science and policy program management for industry groups engaged in legislative and regulatory advocacy, research, public outreach and communications.  She has been lauded for her ability to break down complicated programs and regulatory compliance issues into easy to understand concepts and simple stepwise approaches.