SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT: 10 NEED-TO-KNOWS ABOUT THE NEW U.S. CHEMICAL LAW

1. What does TSCA regulate?

TSCA regulates chemicals used commercially in the United States. That said, TSCA does not regulate pesticides, chemicals used in cosmetics and personal care products, food, food packaging or pharmaceuticals.

Some chemicals, however, have multiple uses and so may be regulated concurrently by TSCA and other federal laws. For example, TSCA regulates the plastics ingredient bisphenol A when it’s used as a receipt paper coating, but the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act regulates BPA when it’s used in food packaging.

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