This panel explored reform of TSCA requirements and procedures for developing and reporting data on chemical hazards, use, and exposure. Topics included: scope of EPA authority to require information and data, including on new chemicals such as nanomaterials; testing, including mutual acceptance of data and emerging methodologies; and the role of downstream users of chemicals.
Linda Breggin, Senior Attorney and Director, Nanotechnology Program, Environmental Law Institute (moderator)
Connie Deford, Director -- Global Product Stewardship and Hazard Communication, The Dow Chemical Company
Mary Marrero, North American Regulatory & Technical Relations Manager, Procter & Gamble
Daniel Rosenberg, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council
Connie Deford powerpoint presentation: "TSCA Modernization: Information Requirements"
Mary Marrero powerpoint presentation: "TSCA Policy That Works: Use & Exposure Information"
Additional sessions in the TSCA Reform Series may be accessed HERE.