EPA Proposes New Category for EPCRA Section 313 Reporting
NPEs are used in many industries to manufacture cleaning products, adhesives, paints, detergents, and more and in processes in industries such as water treatment, textile, metal working, oil field operations, and pulp and paper mills.
EPA is proposing to add NPEs to the list of chemicals subject to EPCRA Section 313 reporting requirements because the Agency believes some NPEs may break down into substances that are toxic to aquatic life.
What Is EPCRA Reporting?
Comments on EPA's proposed addition of NPEs to the list of chemicals subject to EPCRA reporting are due to EPA by January 17, 2017. The rulemaking Docket ID number is EPA–HQ– TRI–2016–0222,
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