Herb Estreicher Quoted in Article on Options to Avoid CBI Hurdles In New TSCA Reporting Rule
Keller and Heckman Partner Herb Estreicher was quoted in the Inside TSCA article, “Industry Eyes Options To Avoid CBI Hurdles In New TSCA Reporting Rule.” The article discusses how the EPA’s new TSCA rule requiring companies to submit existing toxicity studies on 50 chemicals could create problems for firms that conducted such studies for European regulators but consider them confidential business information (CBI).
“If you’re a U.S. company and you’re multinational and your foreign subsidiaries, or your own representatives, have developed health and safety studies for REACH or you’re part of a consortium for REACH registration and you have in U.S. files a copy of those studies, you have to turn it in,” even if it relies on data considered confidential in the United States, Herb said.
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