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On June 22, 2016, the U.S. president Obama signed into law the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (the “Lautenberg Act”). It’s the first time the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) has been substantively amended in the past 40 years since its enactment. The amended TSCA gives EPA the authority to conduct risk evaluation and risk management process to ensure safe use of chemical substances in commerce.

This webinar will provide an overview of TSCA and possible impacts brought by the new law.

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Aug.9, 2016




  • Introduction of U.S. Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
  • Obligations of manufacturers and importers
  • Major changes under the new law
  • Compliance instructions for the industry

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Ms. Lina TANG

Regulatory Specialist

Ms. Lina TANG is an expert on EU-REACH and U.S. TSCA. She has extensive experience on SIEF coordination, data sharing and dispute resolution, etc.

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REACH24H Consulting Group

REACH24H Consulting Group provides global chemical compliance solutions to assist chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users to effectively manage their responsibilities. Our objective is to facilitate the most efficient and cost-effective access to the marketplace for our clients’ products through utilizing our strong commercial experience and technical expertise in chemical and other industries like food, agrochem, cosmetics, etc.

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On June 22, 2016, President Obama signed the historic Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, which amends the 40-year-old Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), the primary chemicals management law in the Unites States of America.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the new law, which received bipartisan support in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate, includes much needed improvements such as:

  • Mandatory requirement for EPA to evaluate existing chemicals with clear and enforceable deadlines;
  • New risk-based safety standard;
  • Increased public transparency for chemical information; and
  • Consistent source of funding for EPA to carry out the responsibilities under the new law.

It is the first overhaul to the nation's chemical laws in nearly 40 years, a milestone in the history of environmental legislation. Companies manufacturing or importing chemical substances in the U.S. shall pay attention to the new amendments and make compliance strategies accordingly so as to better navigate the regulatory maze in the U.S.

REACH24H Consulting Group has a subsidiary company in the United State with Mr. Robert Kiefer as the general manager and is always readily prepared to assist you in TSCA compliance. For any questions or doubts, please feel free to contact us at

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Recently, some Chinese manufacturers exporting products to the United States turned to REACH24H for help, troubled by the failure of customs clearance without a TSCA certification statement. To address such pressing issues, REACH24H experts provided tailored consulting services to these companies and helped them clear the customs in a timely manner.

Under Section 13 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), chemical substances, mixtures, or articles not in compliance with TSCA, or whose importation is not in compliance with TSCA, must be denied entry into the customs territory of the United States. There are three different situations concerning TSCA certification statement.

A positive certification statement is required for chemical substances subject to TSCA. The importer must certify by a statement on the entry document or invoice that any shipment of a chemical substance subject to TSCA, complies with TSCA, and that it is not offered for entry in violation of TSCA or rules or orders under TSCA.

A negative certification is required for the following, which are not subject to TSCA:

  • Any pesticide
  • Any food, food additive, drug, cosmetic or device
  • Source material, special nuclear material, or by-product material
  • Firearms and ammunitions

No certification is required for the following:

  • Chemicals that are a part of articles
  • Tobacco or any tobacco product

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) may detain or refuse entry of shipments if certification is not made or if the shipment is believed not to be in compliance with TSCA.

REACH24H suggests that companies exporting goods to the United States cooperate with U.S. importers to provide a positive or negative certification statement if necessary. TSCA compliance is always a prerequisite for the trade of chemicals to the U.S. Please check if your shipment is subject to and complies with TSCA. If so, a positive certification statement is truly the passport that facilitates your entry into the U.S. market.


Peyton Zhou

Chemical Regulatory Specialist

REACH24H Consulting Group

Tel: +86-571-87103807

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Don’t miss out on the opportunity to reconnect with your colleagues and to create new lasting relationships!

From February 25th to 27th this year, REACH24H attended the once-in-a-year GlobalChem Conference. The conference co-hosted by American Chemistry Council (ACC) and Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) laid as usual one of its footholds on China-based chemical regulations this year, and invited regulatory affairs specialist of equivalent regulations, Mr. Mai Fung from REACH24H, to address topics covering several of those most heated regulatory setbacks in recent years China.

You may download presentation slide by click here,

for more information you may contact our speicalist Jerry Yan by:

Email:, or phone 86 0571 870 7546

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22 new substances complete the notification of Premanufacture Notice; 14 new substances complete Notice of Commencement to manufacture under TSCA section 5


23 February 2012


The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published two lists of premanufacture notices (PMN) and notices of commencement (NOC) to manufacture new chemicals received during the period 16 January to 31 January 2012. The comment period for these notices closes on 23 March 2012.

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a unique educational opportunity for chemical industry professionals
gain insight on various issues that are essential to your company's business

2012 GlobalChem Conference & Exhibition
March 5 - 7, Baltimore, Maryland of US

The 2012 GlobalChem Conference and Exhibition will be held on March 5 - 7 in Baltimore, Maryland of US. As a sponsor and speaker of the conference, REACH24H will attend the GlobalChem Expo and give a presentation about China chemicals management and China's adoption of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).

Participation in this conference offers you information and interaction with experts on the U.S Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), emerging issues and trends in the product stewardship arena and equivalent international regulations. Major subjects of the conference cover recent regulatory updates important to your business: US EPA's Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) rules, EPA's Enhanced Chemicals Management Program, CBI Substantiation and Declassification, EPA's Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS), US OSHA's Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard, ECHA's REACH 2013 registration preparations, and much more regulation updates in a number of Asia-Pacific economies (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, etc.).

Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Ms. Olivia Sun, on behalf of REACH24H Consulting Group, shall lead the Asia-Pacific Update session, in which key issues and enforcement status of China's environmental management on new chemical substances and China GHS are to be examined for non-Chinese companies.

Planner:GlobalChem Conference & Exhibition (Click to enter the official web)

Hosts: American Chemistry Council and Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affliates

Date: March 5 - 7, 2012, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Location: Baltimore, Maryland of US

Hotel & Reservation: Hilton Baltimore

Room Rate: $199 Single/Double

Cut-off Date: February 10, 2012

Sponsors: Beveridge & Diamond, Chemical Watch, Keller and Heckman, REACH24H, Sidley Austin, Steptoe & Johnson, Technology Sciences Group

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US Environmental Protection Agency proposes Significant New Rules (SNUR) of TSCA  for 20 substances subject to Premanufacture Notices (PMNs)


31 December 2011


The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing significant new rules (SNUR) under section 5(a)(2) of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) for 20 substances which were the subject of premanufacture notices (PMNs), including multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Fullerene-C60, Fullerene-C70, etc.

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July 28, 2011


A study published in Toxicological Sciences concluded that transfer of bisphenol A (BPA) into the blood stream is minimal and significantly below the level documented to cause endocrine disrupting effects in rats.



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2011 is a reporting year pursuant to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Inventory Update Reporting (IUR) rule. Pursuant to IUR, companies (other than "small" manufacturers) that manufacture (including import) chemicals for commercial purposes (including byproduct chemicals that are not disposed of as waste) must periodically report manufacturing information to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). For the 2011 reporting period, EPA is proposing many changes that may trigger additional reporting for many companies.




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The US Environmental Working Group (EWG) has analysed data obtained from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and published a study implying that the information of two-thirds of all chemicals introduced to the market in the last 27 years has been claimed to be confidential business information (CBI) under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).


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