US Environmental compliance and Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) theme threads through this month’s newsletter: H2 Compliance will present and host a forum at a US HazCom conference; we introduce the newest EPR law in California and follow developments in three other US states (Colorado, Connecticut & Maine).
Tonnage downgrades may now be considered during dossier evaluation, post draft decision, if companies can prove their actual substances volumes
On the federal level, EPA sets new requirements for SNURs as part of TSCA amendments and adds Di-isononyl phthalate (DINP) to Toxics Release Inventory
On the state level, California’s law requires all plastic packaging to be recyclable or compostable by 2032
Rest of World:
South Korea finalises criteria for selecting candidate “permitted substances”
Japan updates guidance on screening and risk assessment methods for priority assessment chemicals
H2 Compliance news:
Our North American team and service portfolio expands to help clients achieve global chemical & environmental compliance, product stewardship & sustainability.
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Legislation presented at a US HazCom Conference by John Hayes, our CTO. H2C hosts a SCIP Database Forum.
Landbell Group News:
Landbell’s regulatory tracking service follows Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) laws in three US states – Colorado, Connecticut and Maine.