U.S. EPA: Final nanomaterials reporting rule

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issues final rule on nanomaterials reporting to come into effect May 2017

EPA: New rules for chemical evaluation

U.S. EPA proposes three rules to inventory, prioritize and risk evaluate chemicals under Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act

EPA announces 10 chemicals under evaluation

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency publishes first list of chemicals to be assessed under the modernized Toxic Substances Control Act; 8 of 10 chemicals have history of use in food contact materials

EDCs in the spotlight in the U.S.

Symposium in recognition of 25 years of EDC research hosted by NIEHS; scientific advances, challenges discussed; ACC blogs on why EDC science should not be celebrated; Endocrine Society calls for stronger policies on EDCs

New U.S. chemicals regulation explained

Ensia article outlines the scope of the updated Toxic Substances Control Act, as amended by the Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act in June 2016

Meetings on Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hosts meetings on the revised U.S. chemicals regulation on August 9-12, 2016 in Washington, D.C.

20 chemicals for swift action by EPA

Environmental Working Group names 20 chemicals for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to review with priority under reformed U.S. chemicals regulation LCSA

Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act

American Chemistry Council informs about the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, the updated U.S. chemicals regulation

TSCA reform signed into law

U.S. President Obama enacts bill reforming Toxic Substances Control Act; news providers and health group explain implications of updated U.S. chemicals regulation

Opinions: Implications of TSCA reform

Articles in Nature and The Guardian discuss what will change under reformed U.S. chemicals regulation TSCA; EPA to gain more authority, concerns over public health protection remain