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Update | EPA Extends Compliance Date for TSCA PIP 3:1 ProhibitionUpdate: US EPA again extended the compliance date for the prohibition on processing and distribution-in-commerce of PIP (3:1), PIP (3:1)-containing articles, and the PIP (3:1) used to make those articles, until October 31, 2024.
First 10 TSCA Risk Evaluations Move Foward, EPA Proposes Historic Asbestos SNURUS EPA on June 1 released problem formulations for each of the first ten chemicals up for risk evaluation under the revised TSCA requirements. These documents “clarify the chemical uses that EPA expects to evaluate and describe how EPA expects to conduct the evaluations.”
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