We provide a variety of services for the application of new chemical substances according to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA).
In the United States, chemical substances are managed under the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), which is under the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This requires procedures that include the pre-manufacture notice (PMN) to be carried out prior to the import of products that contain new chemical substances into the United States.
We provide application plans appropriate for the nature of the new chemical substances and the business plan in the United States.
Reliable, technically capable US agents will be selected as the point of contact for technical questions received by the authority (technical contact).
We will prepare all application documents using the dedicated system of the authority and provide support for electronic submission. Expert responses will be provided for the different inquiries received from the authority.
If you do not wish to disclose some information to US users, this may be submitted separately as third party information (letter of support).
We provide support for issuing confirmation documents on polymer exemption applicability to be issued by our partner experts in the United States.
The letter with chemical information as undisclosed can also be issued.
We provide support for the preparation of application documents and submission to the authority using the dedicated system.
We provide proxy services in obtaining the CAS names from CAS IES (Inventory Expert Service) according to the TSCA standard.
|Type of notification||Substances
(Amount of notification)
|PMN: Pre-Manufacturing Notice||Manufacture or import of new chemicals
|Listed in the inventory after the submission of initial activity report|
|LVW: Low Volume Exemption||Manufacture or import of new chemicals
(less than or equal to 10 t per year)
*: Can be extended.