EPA Gives Firms New 60-Day Window To ‘Correct’ Chemical CBI Claims

January 5, 2021
EPA is giving companies an additional 60 days to justify claims that their use of substances on the TSCA inventory of chemicals in commerce is confidential business information (CBI) that should be shielded from public disclosure, citing firms’ “confusion” on the confidentiality test following court-ordered changes to the inventory rule. EPA is slated to publish a Federal Register notice Jan. 6 formally opening the door to new “corrections” to firms’ claims of confidentiality or their evidence for those claims,...


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