Publications

Maine Accepting Comments on PFOS as a Priority Chemical in Children’s Products
Circular Economy & Product Design Mandates: EU Bans Halogenated Flame Retardants in Electronic Components and Imposes Reparability Obligations
Washington State Announces Interest in Restricting Chemicals in Certain Consumer Products
TSCA CBI to be Posted on EPA Website Unless Substantiated by August 15
U.S. Supreme Court Increases Protection for Confidential Business Information Shared With The Federal Government
Vermont Governor Signs Law Setting Strict PFAS Limits
Washington State Enacts Sweeping Law to Regulate PFAS and Other Chemicals in Consumer Products and Packaging
Vermont Legislature Passes Bill That Would Impose Strict PFAS Limits
EPA Publishes Draft Screening and Remediation Recommendations for Groundwater Contaminated with PFOA and PFOS
Massachusetts Proposes Cleanup Standards for PFAS
The Latest on HFCs: DC Circuit Strikes Another SNAP Rule and Other Recent Developments
EPA Proposal to Modernize the RCRA Ignitability Characteristic May Cause More Wastes to be Classified as Hazardous
First 40 Candidate Chemicals for Prioritization Under TSCA Announced
EPA Issues First TSCA Section 6 Final Rule in Thirty Years
States Draft Legislation Following EPA's PFAS Action Plan
TSCA New Chemicals Program Continues to Suffer from Delays
Calendar of TSCA Developments in 2019 and Beyond
States Consider 93 Bills to Restrict Chemicals in 2019
Chemical Data Reporting Rule: 2019 is the Principal Reporting Year
Cleaning Product Manufacturers Gear Up for Compliance with State Ingredient Disclosure Laws
Proposition 65 2.0: Where It Is and Where It’s Going
EPA Releases PFAS Action Plan
MassDEP to Focus on Regulating Only Specific PFAS Compounds
Environmental Groups Petition for a Strict PFAS Drinking Water Standard in Massachusetts
EU Enacts Additional Phthalate Restrictions
EPA Issues New Strategic Plan with Sharp Changes to Agency Goals and Policies
Environment: United States
California Lead Paint Decision Opens Door for Expanded Public Nuisance Suits
States Continue to Enact Chemical Legislation in 2017
Competing Cosmetic Safety Bills Would Each Expand FDA Regulatory Authority