HCPA and the Fragrance Science & Advocacy Council (FSAC) will hold a joint webinar to provide information on the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reporting requirements that are now in effect. In response to a petition filed under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently listed 12 chemicals on the TRI, including HHCB (galaxolide) as a chemical of special concern with a reporting threshold of 100 pounds. Given the widespread use of HHCB as a fragrance component, downstream manufacturers should have a clear understanding of potential record keeping and reporting requirements. Concurrently, once a substance is listed on the TRI, it automatically effectuates the disclosure requirements under SB 258, the California Cleaning Product Right to Know Act.
This webinar will specifically focus on the practical details and legal and regulatory requirements related to record-keeping and reporting obligations by manufacturers and suppliers.
David Fischer, Counsel, Keller & Heckman
Xiao Huang, Senior Lead Toxicologist, International Flavors & Fragrances