On March 3, 2022, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) extended the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) compliance enforcement date for phenol, isopropylated phosphate (3:1) (PIP 3:1), but complex manufacturers shouldn’t wait to adapt their compliance programs. Removing PIP 3:1 from supply chains will be difficult, and there are other changes to TSCA on the horizon.
Specifically, the EPA is reviewing additional substance restrictions, and it will soon require reporting on the use of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) for the past 10 years, creating new business risks like the potential loss of market access. On May 12, join Assent TSCA experts Dr. Bruce Jarnot and Magnus Piotrowski as they discuss how to navigate compliance as TSCA evolves.
You will learn about:
- TSCA and the PIP 3:1 delay
- The “First 10” substance restrictions
- PFAS and the new reporting requirements
Learn what you need to do to maintain compliance with TSCA’s evolving requirements.
- Dr. Bruce Jarnot, Senior Manager, Product Compliance, at Assent
- Magnus Piotrowski, Manager, Regulatory & Compliance (Europe), at Assent