Publications

Amendments to Proposition 65’s Safe Harbor Regulations Finalized in Attempt to Clarify Legal Responsibilities of Businesses Across the Supply Chain
Congress Puts PFAS SNURs on an Accelerated Timetable
New York, California, and EPA Tackle 1,4-Dioxane
MassDEP Proposes Stringent MCL and Finalizes Cleanup Standards for Six PFAS
California DTSC Accepting Comments on the Use of BPA, Ortho-phthalates, and PFAS in Food Packaging as Part of Its Evaluations under the Safer Consumer Products Program
EPA Considers Adding PFAS Chemicals to the Toxic Release Inventory
Clean Air Act Single Source Determinations: This Time, Adjacent Means Adjacent!
Compliance Deadline Approaching for California Cleaning Product Disclosures while New York Program Stalls
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
EPA Issues Policy to Enhance Partnerships with States
Who Gets to Decide What an Agency Meant? U.S. Supreme Court Places Limits on Agency Deference
U.S. Supreme Court Increases Protection for Confidential Business Information Shared With The Federal Government
New York State Passes Sweeping Climate Legislation That Could Affect Nearly All Sectors
EPA Finalizes National Compliance Initiatives for FY2020-FY2023
Washington State Passes Climate Bill to Restrict Certain Uses of HFCs
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