Cornerstone provides an integrated approach to U.S. EPA’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) compliance. Whether your facility is a standalone operation or part of a corporate structure, our staff is committed to understanding your unique challenges.
Our electronic chemical management tools, expertise and depth in staff assist clients in effectively and efficiently managing TSCA requirements.
How is Cornerstone’s TSCA team unique?
One element which sets Cornerstone apart from other consulting firms is that our TSCA team members have extensive industry experience and firsthand knowledge of how these complex regulations impact your chemical manufacturing, importing and processing operations.
Our staff will give you the confidence to know your TSCA issues are being properly addressed, thereby, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your business.
SDS Management and Chemical Inventory Software (FOUNDATION)
TSCA Chemical Data Reporting (CDR)
Data collection and recordkeeping summarized annually
Chemical Data Reporting report preparation and submittal via EPA’s Central Data Exchange (CDX)
TSCA Section 5 New Substance Registration
Preparation and submittal of Premanufacture Notifications (PMN) to EPA for new chemical substances
Inventory Exemption determination (e.g., R&D, Polymer)
TSCA Sections 8(c) and 8(e) Recordkeeping and Notices
Significant Adverse Reaction Allegation documentation
Submission of Substantial Risk Notification to EPA
Upfront Substantiation for Confidential Business Information (CBI) Claims
Significant New Use Rules (SNUR) and Significant New Use Notice (SNUN)
Preparation and submittal of documentation to EPA
Prepare certifications for import of chemicals into the U.S.
Review of chemicals and chemical mixtures for presence of Section 12(b) reportable substances
Prepare and submit Notifications to EPA
TSCA Compliance Awareness
Chemical Data Reporting
Click for information regarding TSCA Inventory Notification (Active-Inactive) Final Rule published 8/11/2017 in Federal Register (40 CFR 710).