EPA Publishes Transcript of Formaldehyde Risk Analysis Fees Webinar
Earlier this week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held a webinar to explain the requirements for self-identification and fee payments for the TSCA formaldehyde risk analysis. Unfortunately, a number of CPA members reportedly were unable to participate, however a full transcript of the call is now available. For those that did join, a number of questions remain regarding the scope of who is required to self-identify and pay fees. CPA is working closely with the American Chemistry Council’s Formaldehyde Consortium to arrange a follow-up webinar with EPA that explains more clearly which stakeholders are responsible and how those stakeholders should file under the EPA’s central database system known as “CDX.” The details for this webinar will be shared through @the edge.
EPA also mentioned on the recent webinar that it is likely to extend the March 27, 2020 self-identification deadline given all of the uncertainty surrounding the fee issue. CPA will inform members as soon as we know more about EPA’s plans to extend the deadline. See EPA Webinar Transcript. More Info: Jackson Morrill