It is now more than five years since TSCA was amended, following the adoption of the Frank R Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act in 2016. Since then, the US EPA has developed numerous chemicals management policies and taken steps to regulate substances of concern, with a significant impact on industry.

TSCA developments in the coming years depend on the US EPA’s agenda under the Biden administration and decisions in pivotal legal challenges to the law. Updated policy positions on the new and existing chemicals programmes have reignited debates on the scope of TSCA, giving rise to uncertainty surrounding risk evaluations, premarket chemical reviews, user fees, confidentiality and more.

Chemical Watch is committed to helping you understand changing TSCA regulation and what it means for your products and your business. Our regular news coverage, in-depth features, conferences, training and expert assistance from our analyst team can help you stay up to date and keep your compliance efforts on track. 

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Kelly Franklin
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Nhat Nguyen
Chief Analyst

Prior to joining Chemical Watch in 2015, Kelly managed regulatory affairs for several trade groups in the building products industry. She is now a leading expert on TSCA in the US.

Nhat joined Chemical Watch in April 2018 as Chief Analyst. Nhat is a US licensed attorney, and prior to joining Chemical Watch he was a regulatory analyst and consultant. He has experience advising customers on a range of issues in Asia, the EU and the US.

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This three-part eLearning course will help you understand the basics of TSCA and get a solid grounding in the key areas of the legislation. You will also gain an in-depth understanding of key issues such as the premanufacture notification process and confidential business information (CBI). 

Each part of the course is led by experts from Bergeson & Campbell PC. It's easy to follow and allows you to study at your own pace. All you need is a device with an internet connection and you can start your learning right away. 

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The Chemical Watch Podcast regularly explores TSCA developments in more detail. You can listen via your favourite podcasting app or via the Chemical Watch platform – whatever suits you best. Check out some of the latest episodes now. 

TSCA, EU's chemical strategy for sustainability, Cepa reform

02 March 2023

This special edition of the Chemical Watch podcast is based on the Global Outlook 2023 series. In this episode North America managing editor Kelly Franklin discusses the key developments expected under TSCA, including proposed rules to address ‘unreasonable risks’ for high-profile substances.

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PFAS in the US

6 February 2023

In this special edition of the Chemical Watch podcast based on this year’s Global Outlook 2023 series North America desk editor Julia John discusses the latest developments in the regulation of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Starts 18:35.

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18 January 2023

In part two of our 2023 Global Outlook series of special reports, North America managing editor Kelly Franklin examines the big developments expected under TSCA this year, including proposed rules to address ‘unreasonable risks’ for high-profile substances

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22 June 2023

Agency consults on draft guidance for planning and problem formulation stage

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29 June 2023

Recently published documents show health risks ‘even more apparent,’ Earthjustice says

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18 August 2023

Environmental groups seek more transparency, public engagement from US agency

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26 July 2023

Agency identifies unreasonable risk from processing as a byproduct, other uses


 20 June 2023

SNURs follow agency’s draft plastic strategy to ensure no impurities in recycled feedstocks


13 June 2023

Early engagement emphasised for section 6(a) risk management proposals


TSCA Fundamentals

Get on top of TSCA's current regulatory requirements with this in-depth training. Learn the fundamentals of TSCA plus how to get ready for upcoming changes.