Toxic Substances Control Act – TSCA

EPA – The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substance Inventory contains all existing chemical substances manufactured, processed, or imported in the United States that do not qualify for an exemption or exclusion under TSCA. 

Our experts have over 20 years of direct experience in handling a complete range from simple, to even the most complex of TSCA requirements.

Does TSCA 8b Inventory Reset apply to me? Deadline February 7, 2018

We would be pleased to discuss your particular requirements, then quickly design, and outline the work-plan scope, pricing and timelines for delivery.
Here are just a few examples of our most requested services:

  • Audits/Self Assessments
  • General Awareness and Function Specific Training/Workshops
  • TSCA Compliance Manuals
  • Submissions: PMNs, NOCs, LVEs, SNUNs,
  • Consent Orders, CDR (Chemical Data Reporting)
  • Exemptions: R&D, H7, Polymers
  • Import Certifications
  • Export Clearances and Notifications
  • CAS RN requests
  • CBI Substantiation
  • TSCA Reform – including Inventory reset

Welcome to Its Time Compliance TSCA Services! Call today 336-804-8033 or contact us here. Thank you!

April 26, 2018 NEWS: Extension of the Comment Period on the Draft Strategy to Reduce the Use of Animals in Chemical Testing
EPA is extending the public comment period on the draft strategy (“The Strategic Plan to Promote the Development and Implementation of Alternative Test Methods”) for 15 days, until May 11, 2018. Comments should be submitted to docket EPA-HQ-OPPT-2017-0559. Section 4(h)(2)(A) of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) requires EPA to publish a strategic plan to promote the development and implementation of alternative test methods and strategies to reduce, refine or replace vertebrate animal testing by June 2018. The draft Strategic Plan was released March 7, 2018 for public comment. Read the press release on the draft strategy: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-meets-another-tsca-milestone-releases-draft-strategy-reduce-animal-testing