United States
            Environmental Protection
            Agency
            Office of
            Toxic Substances
            Washington DC 20460
Revised
August 1986
v>EPA
Toxic Substances
Control Act

A Guide for Chemical
Importers/Exporters

Volume 2: List of
Import/Export Chemicals

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     This revised five-part volume supplements the overview of
import/export regulations in Volume 1.  It provides a listing of
chemical substances that are subject to section 12(b), Exports, and
chemicals which are subject to specific proposed or final regulations
relevant to section 13, Imports, of the Toxic Substances Control Act
(TSCA).  The importer should be aware that this new listing is current
only to June 30, 1986, that he is responsible for knowing what changes
have occurred since then, and should familiarize himself with the
Importer's Checklist, Volume 1, Pages 21-23.


     This volume also provides excerpts and key points of each
applicable rule, as well as Federal Register citations of specific
rulemaking actions applicable to each of the chemicals listed.  Each
chemical substance (subject to TSCA regulations) that is imported into
the United States must be listed on the TSCA Inventory of Chemical
Substances.


     Part I covers chemicals that are subject to specific final
regulations under sections 5 and 6 of TSCA.


     Part II lists chemicals addressed by advance notice of proposed
rulemaking and proposed rulemaking under sections 5 and 6 of TSCA.


     Part III covers chemicals subject to proposed and final rules
under sections 4 and 8 of TSCA.


     Part IV covers chemicals that require export notification to EPA
under section 12(b).


     Part V is a numerical index of all chemicals listed in Volume 2
by CAS number.


     For more information call (202) 554-1404.

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                                CONTENTS
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PART I:     CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC FINAL
            REGULATIONS  UNDER SECTIONS 5 and 6 OF TSCA 	 1-3

PART II:    CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE OF
            PROPOSED RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING
            UNDER SECTIONS  5  AND  6  OF TSCA	 11-3

PART III:   CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL
            RULES UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND 8 OF TSCA

            A.   CHEMICALS WITH CURRENT NOTICES 	 III.A-3

            B.   CHEMICALS WHICH HAVE IN  THE PAST BEEN
                 SUBJECT  TO  FINAL  8(a) PRELIMINARY
                 ASSESSMENT  INFORMATION RULES 	 III.B-1

PART IV:    CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  EXPORT
            NOTIFICATION TO EPA UNDER SECTION 12(b)
            OF  TSCA  	 IV-3

              CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  EXPORT NOTIFICATION
              TO EPA UNDER  SECTION  12(t>) OF TSCA 	 IV-3

              CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  EXPORT NOTIFICATION
              TO EPA UNDER  SECTION  12(b) OF TSCA:
              SECTION 5(e)  CONSENT  AND UNILATERAL
              ORDERS ISSUED 	 IV-21

PART V:     NUMERICAL INDEX OF LISTED CHEMICALS
            BY  CAS NUMBER

            A.   CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED
                 AND FINAL REGULATIONS UNDER TSCA 	 V.A-3

            B.   CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO TSCA SECTION 12(b)
                 EXPORT REQUIREMENTS 	 V.B-1


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                                    PART  I

                  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC  FINAL
              REGULATIONS  UNDER  SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
NOTE;  The following import certification is required for the chemicals listed!

"I  certify  that  all chemical  substances  in  this  shipment  comply  with  all
applicable rules  or orders  under TSCA and that  I  am not offering a  chemical
substance for entry in violation of TSCA or any applicable  rule  or order  under
TSCA."

Two footnotes,  as  follows, are used throughout Part I:

    Chemical Abstract Service  (CAS) numbers followed by two asterisks are  taken
    from  the  TSCA  Inventory of  Chemical Substances and  appear only  in  that
    inventory.

    An alternate  chemical  name within  parentheses,  followed by  an asterisk,
    indicates  an  alternate name  used for a  TSCA 5(e)  consent order for  this
    chemical.

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                  CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  5 AND  6  OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt  of  Rule
         (key  points)
Asbestos, 1332-21-4
 1,2-Benzene-
 diamine, 4-ethoxy,
 sulfate,
 85137-09-3
 Benzole acid, 3,3'-
 methylenebis  (6-
 amino-,di-2-
 propenyl  ester,
 61386-02-5
 Chlorofluoro-
 carbons;   Methane,
 bromochloro-,  74-
 97-5;  methane,
 chlorodifluoro,
 75-45-6;  methane,
 trichlorofluoro,
 75-69-4;  methane,
 dichlorodifluoro,
 75-71-8;  methane,
47 FR 23360
May 27,  1982
40 CFR Part 763
Final Rule - Section 6(a)
49 FR 43085
October 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section 5(a)(2)
51 FR 16684
May 6, 1986
40 CFR 23.5
Final Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
43 FR  11318
March  17, 1978
Parts  712, 762
Final  Rule - Section
EPA requires public  and  private
elementary and secondary schools
in the United States to  identify
friable asbestos-containing
building materials,  maintain
records and notify employees of
the location of the  friable
materials which contain  asbestos,
provide the employees with
instructions on reducing
exposures to asbestos, and notify
the School's parent-teacher
association of the inspection
results.

A significant new use rule (SNUR)
for a substance which was the
subject of PMN P-83-105. Persons
must notify EPA at least 90 days
before they manufacture, import,
or process this substance as a
powder or dry solid.

EPA issued a significant new use
rule (SNUR) for a chemical
substance that was the subject of
premanufacture notice (PMN)
P-82-438.  The Agency believes
that this substance  may  be
hazardous to human health and the
environment and that the uses
described in this rule may result
in significant human or
environmental exposure.

This rule prohibits  almost all of
the manufacture, processing, and
distribution in commerce of  fully
halogenated chlorofluoroalkanes
 (hereinafter referred to as
chlorofluorocarbons) for those
aerosol  propellant uses which are
subject  to the Toxic Substances
 Control  Act  (TSCA),   15  U.S.C.
 2601 et  seq.
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                              UNDER  SECTIONS 5  AND 6  OF TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
(Continued)

chlorotrifluoro,
75-72^9;  ethane,
1,2-dichloro-
1,1,2,2-
tetrafluoro,  76-14-
2;  ethane, chloro-
pentafluoro,  76-15-
3}  methane,
bromochlorodifluoro,
353-59-3.

Dicarboxylic  acid
monoester
49 FR 43961
October 26,  1984
40 CFR Part  721
Final Rule - Section  5(a)(2)
Di sub s ti tu ted
Diamino anisole
50 FR 34463
August 26, 1985
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule-Section 5(a){2)
                                Some  exceptions to this rule were
                                granted;  they concerned a few
                                pesticides products and products
                                used  by  the Department of Defense
                                in  electronics/electrical and
                                aviation industries.
A significant new use  rule  (SNUR)
for a chemical substance which
was the subject of premanufacture
notice (PMN) P-83-255  and a
section 5(e) consent order  issued
by EPA.  Persons must  notify EPA
at least 90 days before they (1)
manufacture this substance  in the
United States for commercial
purposes, (2) fail to  use special
gloves during processing or use
operation, or (3) fail to affix
special labelling for
distribution in commerce by any
person, including importers,
processors, and distributors.

EPA is issuing a significant new
use rule  (SNUR) for a  chemical
substance that was the subject of
premanufacture notice  (PMN) P-83-
822 and a section 5(e) consent
order.  The Agency believes that
this substance may be  hazardous
to human health and that the uses
described in this rule may  result
in significant human exposure.

EPA is designating the following
as significant new uses of  the
substance:   (1) Use other than
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                              UNDER SECTIONS 5  AND 6  OF TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of  Rule
          (key  points)
Ethylamine
distillation
residues,
79771-09-8

Hexachloronor-
bornadiene
(HEX-BCH)
3389-71-7
Hexamethylphosphor-
amide (HMPA)
680-31-9 and
Urethane 51-79-6
49 FR 46373
November 26,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section 5(a)

50 FR 47534
November 19,  1985
40 CFR 704 and 721
Final Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
51 FR 9450
March 19, 1986
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
(Continued)

as an intermediate and (2)
manufacturing, importing, or
processing for use as an  interme-
diate without establishing a
program whereby (a) persons who
may be exposed to the substance
wear protective gloves and (b)
packages of the substance are
appropriately labeled.

See isopropylamine distillation
residues.
EPA is requiring certain
manufacturers, importers,  and
processors of hexachloronorborn-
adiene to submit a report to EPA
under section 8(a), and is re-
quiring other manufacturers,
importers, and processors of HEX-
BCH to submit a significant new
use notice under section 5(a) of
TSCA.  The reports and notices
will allow EPA to monitor:  the
volume of HEX-BCH manufactured,
imported, and processed; the
number of individuals exposed to
HEX-rBCH; the manner of its
environmental release; and the
method of its disposal.  EPA will
evaluate the reported information
to determine if further
regulatory action is needed.

EPA is promulgating a significant
new use rule  (SNUR) for two
chemical substances.  These
substances are hexamethyl-
phosphoramide (HMPA) and
urethane.  The Agency believes
that these substances may be
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                   CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                             UNDER SECTIONS  5 AND  6  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Isopropylamine
distillation
residues,
79771-08-7
49 FR 46373
November 26,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section  5(a)(2)
(Continued)

hazardous to human health,  and
that the use of these substances
may result in significant human
and environmental exposures.
Persons who  intend to commence a.
designated significant new  use of
these substances must notify  EPA
at least 90  days before
commencing such an activity.
This notice  will furnish EPA  with
the information needed to
evaluate an  intended use and  the
opportunity  to protect against a
potentially adverse exposure  to
the chemical substance before it
can occur.

A significant new use rule  (SNUR)
for isopropylamine distillation
residues and ethylamine
distillation residues, which  were
the subjects of premanufacture
notices (PMN) P-80-289 and
P-80-290 respectively.  This
particular SNUR requires persons
to notify EPA at least 90 days
before manufacturing, importing,
or processing these substances
for use in metalworking fluids.
EPA believes that these
substances may react with
nitrosating agents in
metalworking fluids to form
carcinogenic nitrosamines and
that use of the contaminated
metalworking fluids could result
in significant human exposure to
nitrosamines.
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                              UNDER SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Methylpyridine,
substituted
(substituted
pyridine)*
49 FR 50396
December 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule -  Section 5(a)(2)
(5 Chemicals)
A significant new use rule (SNOR)
for five chemical substances, two
of which are identified
generically as substituted
methylpyridine and substituted
2-phenoxypyridine, which were the
subject of premanufacture notices
(PMNs) P-83-23, P-83-24, P-83-49,
P-83-75, and P-83-272, and a TSCA
section 5(e) consent order issued
by EPA.  Persons must notify EPA
at least 90 days before they fail
to require use of protective gear
and notify workers in writing of
the hazards involved in
manufacture or processing of
these substances.
 *An alternate chemical name within parentheses, followed by an asterisk,  indicates
  an alternate name used for a TSCA 5(e)  consent order for this chemical.
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                    CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                              UNDER  SECTIONS  5  AND  6  OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key  points)
Nitrites, mixed
mono and diamides
of an organic acid
49 FR 36846
September 20,  1984
40 CFR Part 747
Proposed Rule  - Section 6(a)
Immediately Effective Under
Section 5(f)(2)
2-Phenoxypyridine,
substituted
(substituted
phenol;  sodium 2-
substituted
propanoate)*

Polychlorinated
biphenyls
(criteria modifi-
cations );
1,1-biphenyl,
chlorinated, 1336-
36-3**
49 FR 50396
December 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section 5(a)
44 FR 31514
May 31,  1979
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6
This rule prohibits the addition
of any nitrosating agent, such as
nitrites, to the chemical
substance known generically as
mixed mono and diamides of an
organic acid (subject of PMN
P-84-529) when it is or could be
used in metalworking fluids.  The
rule also requires distributors
of the substance to notify
customers of the restrictions of
the rule through letters sent
prior to shipment of the
substance and to notify machine
shop workers of the health hazard
through labels on metalworking
fluids containing the substance.

See discussion of methylpyridine,
substituted.
This rule prohibits the
manufacture, processing,
distribution in commerce,  and use
of PCBs.  Specifically, this
rule:

  (1) Prohibits all manufacturing
of PCBs after July 2, 1979,
unless specifically exempted by
the EPA;
  (2) Prohibits the processing,
distribution in commerce,  and use
of PCBs except in a totally
enclosed manner after July 2,
1979;
  (3) Authorizes certain
processing, distribution  in
commerce, and use of PCBs  in a
non-totally enclosed manner
(which would otherwise be  subject
to the prohibition described
above);
  **Chemical Abstract Service (CAS)  numbers  followed by two asterisks are taken from
     the TSCA Inventory of Chemical  Substances and appear only in that inventory.
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC  FINAL REGULATIONS
                             UNDER SECTIONS 5 AND 6  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Polychlorinated
biphenyls (for use
in electrical
equipment)
1336-36-3**
Polychlorinated
biphenyls (closed
and controlled
waste manu-
facturing)
1336-36-3*
Polychlorinated
biphenyls (rail-
road transformers)
1336-36-3*
47 FR 37342
August 25, 1982
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6

(Note;  See modification
of this rule, 50 FR 29170
July 17, 1985
40 CFR Part 761.)
47 FR 46980
October 21, 1982
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6
48 FR 124
January 3, 1983
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6
(Continued)

  (4)  Prohibits  all  processing
and distribution in  commerce  of
PCBs after July  1,  1979,  unless
specifically exempted  by  EPA.

This rule authorizes the  use  of
PCBs in capacitors  and the  use and
servicing of PCBs in
electromagnets,  circuit breakers,
voltage regulators,  reclosers,
cable, switches  (including
sectionalizers and motor
starters), and transformers other
than railroad transformers.  It
also provides for the  distribution
in commerce and  disposal  of this
electrical equipment.

This final rule  amends portions of
an existing EPA  rule concerning
certain chemical substances known
as polychlorinated  biphenyls
(PCBs).  TSCA, 15 U.S.C.  2605(e),
generally prohibits the
manufacture, processing,
distribution in  commerce, and use
of PCBs.  This rule excludes  from
the TSCA prohibitions, those  PCBs
produced in certain limited
manufacturing processes.

On May 31,  1979, EPA promulgated  a
rule under  section 6(e) that
authorized  the use of  polychlori-
nated biphenyls  (PCBs) in railroad
transformers until July 1,  1984.
Under this  authorization, these
transformers could not contain
dielectric  fluids with a PCB
concentration exceeding 60,000
parts per million (ppm)  (6
percent)  after January 1,  1982,
and exceeding 1,000 ppm  (0.1
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                   CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC  FINAL  REGULATIONS
                             UNDER SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Polychlorinated
biphenyls
(manufacturing,
processing,
distribution in
commerce and use
prohibitions;
response to
individual and
class petitions
for exemptions),
1336-36-3**
Polychlorinated
biphenyls
(manufacturing,
processing,
distribution in
commerce, and use
prohibitions;
exclusions,
exemptions, and
use authoriza-
tions ),
1336-36-3**
49 FR 28154
July 10,  1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6(e)
49 FR 28172
July 10, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6(e)
(Continued)

percent) after January 1,  1984.
This rule amends the use
authorization by:  (1) Requiring
these railroad organizations to
meet the 60,000 ppm concentration
level by July 1, 1986; and (2)
authorizing the use of PCBs for
the remaining useful life  of
these transformers at concentra-
tions below 1,000 ppm.  Finally,
EPA is also amending the May 1979
rule to permit railroad
organizations to service these
transformers to reduce PCB
concentrations and thereby to
reduce the costs of disposal.

This rule addresses 109
individual and class petitions
for exemption from the
prohibition against the
manufacture, processing,
distribution in commerce,  and use
of PCBs.  In this rule, EPA is
granting 58 exemption petitions;
granting in part and denying in
part one exemption petition;
denying 49 exemption petitions;
and dismissing one exemption
petition.

This rule excludes certain
processes from PCB regulation,
based on EPA's determination that
PCBs generated in these processes
do not present an unreasonable
risk of injury to health or the
environment.  In addition, this
notice defers action on 49
exemption petitions to
manufacture, process, and
distribute PCBs in commerce;
authorizes the use of PCBs in
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                    CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC FINAL  REGULATIONS
                              UNDER SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
                    Excerpt of  Rule
                     (key  points)
Polychlorinated
biphenyls
(manufacturing,
processing,
distribution in
commerce, and use
prohibitions; use
in microscopy and
research and
development),
1336-36-3**

Polychlorinated
biphenyls
(modification of
definition of
"totally
enclosed"),
1336-36-3**
Polyglycidyl
benzeneamine,
substituted
(polyglycidyl
amine)*
49 FR 28193
July 10,  1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section
6(e)
49 FR 44634
November 8, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6(e)
49 FR 43649
October 31, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section 5(a)(2)
(Continued)

heat transfer and hydraulic
systems at concentrations of less
than 50 parts per million (ppm);
and authorizes the use of PCBs  in
the compressors and in the liquid
of natural gas pipelines  at
concentrations of less than  50
ppm.

This rule authorizes indefinitely
the use of PCBs as mounting  media
in microscopy, as immersion  oils
in low fluorescence microscopy,
as optical liquids, and for  use
in research and development.
This rule does not authorize the
use of PCBs as calibration
standards.
           TSCA generally prohibits  the
           manufacture, processing,
           distribution in commerce,  and  use
           of PCBs in other than a totally
           enclosed manner.  This particular
           final rule modifies the May 1979
           PCB Rule to be consistent with
           EPA's current approach to
           assessing exposure to PCBs.

           A significant new use rule (SNUR)
           for a chemical substance which
           was the subject of premanufacture
           notice (PMN) P-83-394 and a
           section 5(e) consent order.  The
           Agency believes that the uses
           described in this rule could
           allow significant exposure to
           P-83-394.  Persons must notify
           EPA at least 90 days before they
           (1) use this substance in spray
           applications, (2) fail to require
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                   CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC FINAL REGULATIONS
                             UNDER SECTIONS  5 AND  6  OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
                   Excerpt of  Rule
                    (key  points)
Potassium N,N-
bis(hydroxyethyl)
cocoamine oxide
phosphate,
85712-26-1
49 FR 35011
September 5,  1984
40 CFR Part  721
Final Rule  - Section  5(a)(2)
Potassium N,N-
bis(hydroxyethyl)
tallow-amine oxide
phosphate, 85712-
27-2

Tetrachlorodi-
benzo-p-Dioxin,
1746-01-6
49 FR 35011
September 5,  1 984
40 CFR Part  721
Final Rule  - Section
5(a)
45 FR 32677
May 19, 1980
40 CFR Part 775
Final Rule - Section 6
           (Continued)

           protective equipment  and provide
           information as  to  why this
           protective equipment  is required
           by persons engaged in manufacture
           or processing this substance,  or
           (3) fail to affix  special package
           labelling.

           A significant new  use rule  (SNUR)
           for potassium N,N-bis(hydroxyethyl)
           cocoamine oxide phosphate and
           potassium N,N-bis  (hydroxyethyl)
           tallowamine oxide  phosphate,
           which were subjects of
           premanufacture  notices (PMNs)
           P-82-400 and P-82-409
           respectively and a TSCA section
           5(e) consent order prohibiting
           use of the substances in consumer
           products.  This particular  SNUR
           requires persons to notify  EPA at
           least 90 days before
           manufacturing,  importing, or
           processing these substances for
           use in consumer product
           formulations containing greater
           than five percent  by  weight of
           these substances.

           See discussion of  potassium
           N,N-bis_(hydroxyethyl) cocoamine
           oxide phosphate.
           This rule prohibits the Vertac
           Chemical Company (Vertac)  of
           Memphis, Tennessee, from disposing
           of certain wastes containing
           2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-
           dioxin (TCDD) at its Jacksonville,
           Arkansas, facility and requires
           other persons intending to dispose
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC  FINAL REGULATIONS
                              UNDER SECTIONS 5 AND 6  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Tetrachloroethylene
derivatives
49 FR 43928
October 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section  5(a)(2)
Tricarboxylic acid
49 FR 2762
January 23, 1984
40 CFR Part 747
Proposed Rule - Section 6(a)
Immediately Effective Under
Section 5(f)(2)
(Continued)

of TCDD- containing wastes  to
notify EPA sixty days  in  advance
of such disposal.

This rule also requires all
persons who intend to  dispose  of
any wastes resulting from the
production of 2,4,5-TCP (2,4,5-
Trichlorophenol) or its pesticide
derivatives or from production of
other substances on equipment
which was previously used for
production of 2,4,5-TCP or its
pesticide derivatives  to  notify
EPA of such intent at  least sixty
days before the disposal.

A significant new use  rule (SNUR)
TSCA for a chemical substance
which was the subject  of
premanufacture notice  (PMN)
P-82-684 and a section 5(e)
consent order issued by  EPA.
Persons must notify EPA at least
90 days before they manufacture
or process this substance without
(1) requiring certain  protective
equipment by persons employed by
or under the control of the
manufacturer or processor who is
involved with or  in the immediate
area of any operation where
dermal contact and or inhalation
of the substance  may occur, or
(2) conforming  to certain
packaging and labelling
requi rements.

This  rule prohibits the addition
of  nitrosating  agents such as
nitrites  to  the  chemical
substance  known generically as
the  triethanolamine salt of
tricarboxylic  acid  (subject of
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                   CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC  FINAL  REGULATIONS
                             UNDER SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Triethanolamine
salt of tri-
carboxylic acid
Triethanolamine
salt of a
substituted
organic acid
49 FR 2762
January 23,  1984
40 CPR Part  747
Proposed Rule - Section  6(a)
Immediately  Effective  Under
Section 5(f)(2)

49 FR 24658
June 14, 1984
40 CFR Part  747
Proposed Rule - Section  6(a)
Immediately  Effective  Under
Section 5(f)(2)
(Continued)

PMN P-83-1005) when it is or
could be used as or in
metalworking fluids.  The rule
also requires distributors of the
substance to notify customers of
the restrictions of the rule
through letters sent prior to
shipment of the substance and to
notify machine shop workers of
the health hazard through labels
on metalworking fluids containing
the substance.  In addition, the
rule requires distributors of
tricarboxylic acid (subject of
PMN P-83-1062), which, when
combined with water and
triethanolamine, produces the
triethanolamine salt of
tricarboxylic acid, to notify
customers of the restrictions of
the rule through letters sent
prior to shipment of the
substance.

See discussion of Tricarboxylic
acid.
This rule prohibits the addition
of any nitrosating agent,  such as
nitrites, to the chemical
substance known generically as
triethanolamine salt of a
substituted organic acid (subject
of PMN P-84-310) when it is or
could be used in metalworking
fluids.  The rule also requires
distributors of the substance to
notify customers of the
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             CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  SPECIFIC  FINAL REGULATIONS
                       UNDER SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
Chemical
  Rule
Reference
Excerpt  of Rule
 (key  points)
                                               (Continued)

                                               restrictions of this rule through
                                               letters sent prior to shipment of
                                               the substance and to notify
                                               machine shop workers of  the
                                               health hazard through labels on
                                               metalworking fluids containing
                                               the substance.
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                                   PART II
           CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                   RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED  RULEMAKING
                      UNDER SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
NOTE;  The following import certification is required for the chemicals  listed:

"I  certify that  all  chemical  substances  in  this shipment  comply  with  all
applicable rules  or orders under TSCA and that  I am not offering a  chemical
substance for entry in violation of TSCA or any applicable rule or order under
TSCA."

NOTE;   Because  these  are  proposed  rules,  importers  are not yet subject  to
them.   However,  they  are  included  here  to alert  importers  to the fact  that
these  chemicals  are likely to  become  subject  to final regulations.    At  that
time,  the importer  would  be  required  to  ensure compliance  with the  final
regulation before  importing the  chemical  and before  signing the section  13
certification.   (Note, however, that  these  chemicals  are already subject  to
section 12(b) export notification  requirements.)

For further information on the  current  status of  these regulations, contact the
TSCA Assistance Office  at (202)  554-1404.

Two footnotes, as follows,  are used  throughout Part II;

    Chemical Abstract Service (CAS)  numbers followed by two asterisks  are taken
    from  the  TSCA  Inventory of Chemical Substances and  appear only  in  that
    inventory.

    An  alternate  chemical  name within  parentheses,  followed  by  an  asterisk,
    indicates an  alternate name used for  a  TSCA  5(e) consent  order  for this
    chemical.

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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE  OF  PROPOSED
                       RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                 SECTIONS  5 AND  6 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
8-Acetyl-3-
dbdecyl-7,7,9,9-
tetramethyl-1,3,8-
triaza-spiro [4,5]
decane-2,4-dione,
82537-67-5
49 FR 1753
January 13,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
 Alkanetriol
 dimethacrylate,
 substituted
 50  FR  12046
 March  27,  1985
 40  CFR 721
 Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
A significant new use  rule  (SNUR)
which would require  persons  to
notify EPA at least  90 days
before manufacturing,  importing,
or processing a substance for a
"significant new use".  This SNUR
applies to a chemical  substance
that was the subject of pre-
manufacture notice (PMN)
P83-370 and a section  5(e)
Consent Order issued by EPA.  EPA
is proposing to define as new
uses:  any manufacture of the
substance within the United
States; processing the substance
without certain personal
protective equipment;  or any
distribution of the substance
without a precautionary label
statement specifying proper
handling procedures to be affixed
to all containers of the
substance.  These new  uses  were
not  allowed under the  Consent
5(e) order.

A significant new use  rule  (SNUR)
for  six chemical substances.
These were the subjects of
premanufacture notices (PMNs):
P-84-176, P-84-180, P-84-181,
P-84-182, P-84-183, and P-84-184,
respectively.  The proposed rule
would designate  the following as
significant new  uses:   Any use
other  than as  a  component in
industrial coatings;  any spray
application or any application
process  that  generates an aerosol
or mist unless engineering
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                   CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE OF PROPOSED
                       RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED  RULEMAKING UNDER
                                 SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
                        Excerpt of Rule
                          (key points)
                       50 FR 12046
                       March 27,  1985
                       40 CFR 721
                       Proposed Rule - Section  5(a)(2
Alkanetriol
polyalkylene
glycol ester
acrylate,
substituted
50 FR 12046
March 27,  1985
40 CFR 721
Proposed Rule  5
- Section 5(a)
                (Continued)

                controls and personal equipment
                are  required; any method of
                disposal, other than by
                incineration or landfill which
                meets  all applicable local, State
                and  Federal regulations; and any
                release of P-84-180, P-84-181,
                P-84-182, or P-84-184 into
                navigable waters.

                The  SNUR would also designate as
                a new  use any manufacturing,
                importing, or processing without
                establishing a program whereby:
                (1)  Certain personal protective
                gloves and clothing, and safety
                goggles are required; (2) persons
                required to wear protective
                clothing and equipment are
                informed regarding the health
                concerns which may be presented;
                (3)  packages containing the six
                substances of formulations of the
                chemicals are labeled according
                to specifications in the rule;
                and  (4) a material safety data
                sheet  is prepared to accompany
                commercial distribution of any of
                the  substances.  The SNUR would
                require persons to notify EPA at
                least  90 days before
                manufacturing, importing, or
                processing these six substances
                for  a  significant new use.

                See  discussion of alkanetriol
                dimethacrylate, substituted
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE OF  PROPOSED
                       RULEMAKING  AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING UNDER
                                 SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
          (key points)
Alkyl aryl
phosphine
49 FR 36880
September 20,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
Alkylene
glycolmono-
methacrylate,
substituted

Alkyl glycoether
acrylic acid
derivative  (polyol
carboxylate
ester)*
50 FR 12046
March 27, 1985
40 CFR 721
Proposed Rule - Section  5(a)

49 FR 49868
December 24, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
A significant new use  rule  (SNUR)
for alkyl aryl phosphine, which
was the subject of premanufacture
notice (PMN)  P-83-1023 and  a
section 5(e)  consent order.
Persons must notify EPA at  least
90 days before (1) manufacturing,
importing,  or processing this
substance without protective gear
for workers,  (2)  manufacturing or
importing amounts of this
substance exceeding those allowed
by the 5(e) consent order,  or (3)
distribution in commerce by any
person without specified
labelling.

See discussion of alkanetriol
dimethacrylate, substituted.
A significant new use  rule  (SNUR)
for a chemical substance which
was the subject of premanufacture
notice (PMN) P-84-27 and a
section 5(e) consent order  issued
by EPA.  Persons must  notify EPA
at least 90 days before  (1)
manufacturing, importing, or
processing this substance without
specified protective gear for
workers, (2) failing to  affix
specified package labels, or (3)
disposing of manufacturing  or
processing waste from  this
substance into "navigable waters"
with drinking water intakes
downstream, or at a facility not
approved under the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act of
1976.
*An alternate chemical name within parentheses, followed by an asterisk,  indicates
 an alternate name used for a TSCA 5(e) consent order for this chemical.
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                     CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO ADVANCE  NOTICE OF  PROPOSED
                         RULEMAKING  AND  PROPOSED RULEMAKING UNDER
                                  SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
       Chemical
           Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
Certain
Alkylsulfonic
acids, ammonium
salts
51 FR 21190
June 11,  1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed  Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
Aminophenol,
27598-85-2
49 FR 38303
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
Anilino ether
49 FR 38303
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  - Section  5(a)
EPA is proposing a significant
new use rule (SNUR)  for the
chemical substances  which were
the subject of premanufacture
notices (PMNs) P-84-1054 and P-
84-1056.  The Agency believes
that these substances may be
hazardous to aquatic organisms
and that any use of these
substances or the manufacture,
import, processing,  distribution
in commerce, or disposal
associated with any use of these
substances may result in
significant releases to the
aquatic environment.  Once a use
is determined to be  a significant
new use, persons must submit a
notice to EPA at least 90 days
before they manufacture, import,
or process the substances for
that use.

A significant new use rule (SNUR)
for four chemical substances
which were the subject of
premanufacture notices (PMNs) and
a TSCA section 5(e)  consent
order,  persons must notify EPA
at least 90 days before (1)
manufacturing, importing, or
processing these substances
without specified protective gear
for workers, (2) failing to
package and label these
substances in specified ways, or
(3) maintaining certain records
for five years after the date of
their creation.

See discussion of aminophenol.
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                   CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                       RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED  RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Asbestos
51 PR 3738
January 29, 1986
40 CFR Part 763
Proposed Rule-Section  6
Benzophenone-
te tracarboxylic
acid dimethyl
ester
49 FR 50209
December 27,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
EPA proposed a rule  to prohibit
the manufacture,  importation,  and
processing of asbestos in  certain
products and to phase  out  the  use
of asbestos in all other
products.  The products EPA
proposes to ban are  asbestos-
cement pipe and fittings,  roofing
felts, flooring felts  (and felt-
backed sheet flooring), vinyl-
asbestos floor tile, and asbestos
clothing.  EPA is considering
prohibiting the manufacture,
importation,  and  processing of
categories of asbestos products
at staged intervals.   EPA  is
considering banning  the
manufacture,  importation,  and
processing of asbestos
construction products  and
asbestos clothing soon after the
rule's promulgation  with the
category of asbestos friction
products banned about  5 years
later, and other  asbestos
products banned at a later time.

A significant new use  rule (SNUR)
for three chemical substances
which were the subjects of
premanufacture notices (PMNs):
(P-81-69) benzophenonetetra-
carboxylic acid dimethyl ester,
reaction product  with
methylenedianiline and
substituted pyridine;  (P-81-125)
benzophenonetetracarboxylic acid
dimethyl ester, reaction product
with methylenedianiline and
alkylenediamine;  and benzo-
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                    CHEMICALS  SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING  AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                 SECTIONS  5 AND  6 OF TSCA
       Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
           (key points)
Brominated aryl
alkyl ether
Bromothiophene,
substituted
(disubstituted
heterocycle)*
49 FR 38303
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  - Section 5 (a)

49 FR 3810
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
(Continued)

phenonetetracarboxylic acid
dimethyl ester, reaction product
with methylenedianiline,
aklylenediamine and substituted
pyridine.

Persons must notify EPA at least
90 days before using these
chemicals as or in intumescent
coatings (chemical substances
which, when  exposed to heat, form
fire resistant or retardant
coatings).

See discussion of aminophenol.
A significant new use rule (SNUR)
for substituted bromothiophene,
which was the subject of
premanufacture notice (PMN)
P-83-769 and a TSCA section 5(e)
consent order issued by EPA.
Persons must notify EPA at least
90 days before manufacture,
import, or processing this
substance without certain
protective equipment, engineering
controls, and packaging
requirements.
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                     CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE OF PROPOSED
                         RULEMAKING  AND  PROPOSED  RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                  SECTIONS 5 AND 6  OF TSCA
       Chemical
           Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
((Dinitrophenyl)
Azo)-(2,4-diamino-
5-methoxybenzene)
derivatives
Ethylated
aminophenol
Formaldehyde,
50-00-0
Glycol ethers;
2-methoxyethanol,
109-86-4; 2-ethoxy-
ethanol, 101-30-5;
2-raethoxyethano1
acetate, 110-49-6;
2-ethoxyethanol
acetate, 111-15-9

Ha 1 og ena ted -N-
(2-propenyl)-N-
(substituted phenyl)
acetamide
49 FR 42960
October 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
49 FR 38303
September 28, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)

49 FR 21870
May 23, 1984
40 CFR Part 765
Advance Notice of proposed
Rulemaking - Section 6(a)
49 FR 2921
January 24, 1984
40 CFR Part 754
Advance Notice of proposed
Rulemaking - Section 6(a)
50 FR 34500
August 26, 1985
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
A significant new use rule (SNUR)
for substances which were the
subject of premanufacture notices
(PMNs) P-83-817 and P-83-818.
Persons must notify EPA at least
90 days before manufacture,
import, or processing these
substances as a powder or dry
solid.

See discussion of aminophenol.
EPA is investigating regulatory
options for exposure due to
residence in conventional and
manufactured homes containing
construction materials in which
certain formaldehyde-based resins
are used.

EPA is exploring regulatory
options to reduce or eliminate
the risks of exposure to these
four chemical substances.
EPA has issued a significant new
use rule (SNUR) which would
require persons to notify EPA at
least 90 days before manu-
facturing, importing, or
processing a substance for a
"significant new use."  This SNUR
applies to a chemical substance
that was the subject of
premanufacture notice (PMN)
P83-1085 and a section 5(e)
consent order.  EPA is proposing
to define the following as new
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                    CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE  OF  PROPOSED
                         RULEMAKING  AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                  SECTIONS  5  AND  6 OF  TSCA
       Chemical
           Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
Methylammonium  ri-
me thyId i thi ocarba-
mate
51 FR 10027
March 24,  1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
(Continued)

uses:   manufacture of the
substance in the United  States;
use other than as an
intermediate;  processing or
distribution in commerce without
establishing a program whereby
persons who  may be dermally
exposed to the substance are
required to  use certain  personal
protective equipment  and are
informed of  the health concerns
presented by the substance;
packaging the  substance  without
proper labelling; distribution of
the substance  in commerce  without
inclusion of a material  safety
data sheet (MSDS); and release of
the substance  into navigable
waters.  TSiese new uses  were not
allowed under  the 5(e) consent
order.  Itie  Agency is concerned
that this substance may  present
an unreasonable risk  to  human
health if these defined  new uses
occur.

EPA is proposing a significant
new use rule (SNUR) for  a
chemical substance which was the
subject of premanufacture  notice
(PMN) P-84-1042 and a section
5(e) consent order.  The Agency
believes that this substance may
be hazardous to human health and
that the uses described  in this
proposed rule may result in
significant human or
environmental exposure.
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                    CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING AND  PROPOSED  RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                 SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
      Chemical
                   Rule
                 Reference
                                        Excerpt  of Rule
                                          (key points)
4_4<-Methylenebis
(2-chlorobenzen-
amine)  (MBOCA)  or
4-4'-Methylenebis
(2-chloroaniline)
101-14-4
 4,4'-Methylene-
 dianiline, 101-
 77-9
         50 FR 16519
         ftpril 26, 1985
         Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
 Methylphenol,
 (substituted
 alkyl)
bis.
48 FR 42898
September 20,  1983
40 CFR Part 764
Advanced Notice of  proposed
Rulemaking - Section 6
Referral to OSHA-Section  9(a)

50 FR 11391
March 21, 1985
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
EPA has proposed a  significant
new use rule (SNUR)  for MBOCA.
Under this rule, U.S. manu-
facturers would be  required to
notify EPA at least 90 days
before they begin production and
to adhere to the same require-
ments as submitters of
premanufacture notices  (PMNs).
Importers of MBOCA  would be
exempted from the requirements of
this rule because the substance
is currently being  imported.
Ihis activity is an ongoing use
and therefore cannot be
identified as a significant new
use.  The SNUR would also  not
cover processing and use
activities that occur away from
the MBOCA manufacturing site, nor
would it require information on
commercial distribution outside
the plant.  Potential health and
environmental risks associated
with these activities  are  under
EPA consideration.

In 1983, EPA announced  its
intention to consider proposing
regulation of this chemical under
TSCA.  On July  5, 1985,  EPA
referred it to  the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration.

A significant new use rule (SNUR)
for the chemical substance,
Methylphenol, bis (substituted
alkyl), which was the subject of
the premanufacture notice (PMN)
P-84-417.  The  SNUR would require
persons  to notify EPA at least 90
days before manufacturing,
implementing, or processing the
substance for:   (1) Use other
 than  as  an  antioxidant/stabilizer
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                    CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE  OF  PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING UNDER
                                  SECTIONS  5  AND  6 OF  TSCA
       Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key points)
N,N,N',N'-Tetrakis
(oxiranylmethyl)-
1,3-cyclohexane-
dimethanamine
65992-66-7
51 FR 1396
January 13,  1986
40 CFR Part  721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
Pen tachlo roe thane
76-01-7
51 FR 10024
March 24, 1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
(Continued)

for polymers; (2)  use in an
aggregate volume greater than
that permitted under the terms of
the section 5(e) consent order
issued for PMN P-84-417.  The
rule would also designate as a
significant new use the
manufacture or processing of the
substance without establishing a
program whereby:  (1) Workers who
may be exposed are required to
use certain personal protective
equipment; (2) workers who may be
exposed are informed of the
possible hazards associated with
the substance;  (3) containers of
the substance are labeled, and;
(4) shipments of the substance
are accompanied by an MSDS.

EPA proposed a significant new
use rule (SNUR) for a chemical
substance that was the subject of
premanufacture notice (PMN)
P-84-7 and a section 5(e) consent
order.  The Agency believes that
this substance may be hazardous
to human health and that the use
described  in this proposed rule
may result in  significant human
or environmental exposure.

EPA is proposing a  significant
new use rule  (SNUR)  that would
require persons to  notify EPA at
least 90 days  before commencing
the manufacture, import, or
processing of  pentachloroethane
for any use.   EPA believes that
this  action  is necessary because
pentachloroethane may be
hazardous  to  human  health, and
any use of it  may  result in
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                    CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE OF  PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING  AND  PROPOSED  RULEMAKING UNDER
                                 SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
         Excerpt  of Rule
           (key points)
2-phenoxypyridine,
substituted
49 FR 4390
February 6,  1984
40 CFR Part  721
proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
(Continued)

significant  human exposure.  The
notice will  furnish EPA with the
information  needed to evaluate an
intended use and the opportunity
to protect against potentially
adverse exposure to the chemical
substance before it can occur.

A proposed significant new use
rule (SNUR)  to require persons to
notify EPA at least 90 days
before manufacturing, importing,
or processing a substance for a
"significant new use."   This SNUR
covers two substituted methyl-
pyridines and a substituted
2-phenoxypyridine, which were the
subjects of premanufacture
notices (PMNs) P-82-326, P-83-
237, and P-83-330,  respectively.
EPA is proposing that any
manufacturing or processing
without using certain protective
equipment be designated  as a
"significant new use" of each of
the substances.  EPA is  also
proposing that any release to
navigable waters from
manufacturing or processing
operations  of PMN substance  P-82-
326 be  a  "significant new use."
EPA believes this rule is
necessary to alert the Agency to
increased risk.
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                      RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING UNDER
                                SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Certain Acrylate
and Methacrylate
Chemicals

PolyalXyl-
alkanediol mono-
methacrylate,
substituted

Polyalkyldiol
mono-aerylate,
substituted

Polyalkylene
glycol mono-
methacrylate,
substituted

Polychlorinated
biphenyls (PCBs)
1336-36-3
50 FR 12046
March 27,  1985
40 CFR 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)
50 FR 35182
August 29, 1985
40 CFR Part 761
Proposed Rule-Section  6
See discussion of alkanetriol
dimethacrylate,  substituted.
This rule proposes action on  22
petitions for exemption  from  the
prohibition against the
manufacture, processing,  and
distribution in commerce of
PCBs.  EPA proposes to do the
following:  grant eight
individual exemption petitions;
grant a class exemption  including
six individual exemption
petitions; deny six individual
exemption petitions; and dismiss
two individual exemption
petitions.

Section 6(e) prohibits the
manufacture of PCBs after January
1, 1979, and the processing and
distribution in commerce of PCBs
after July  1, 1979.

Section 6(e)(3)(B) of TSCA
provides  that any person may
petition  the Administrator for an
exemption from the above-
mentioned prohibition for one
year.  The  Administrator may  by
rule grant  an exemption if he/she
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                    CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE OF  PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING UNDER
                                  SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
           Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
Poly(2-hydroxy-
propyl)  melamine,
polymers with  5-
isocyanato-1-
(isocyanatomethyl)•
1,3,3-trimethyl-
cyclohexane,
2-hydroxyethyl
acrylate-blocked
51 FR 22831
June 23, 1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
(Continued)

finds that "(i)  an unreasonable
risk of injury to health or  the
environment would not result,  and
(ii) good faith efforts have been
made to develop a chemical
substance that does not present
an unreasonable risk of injury to
health or the environment and
that may be substituted for  such
polychlorinated biphenyl."

EPA's Interim procedural Rules
for PCB Manufacturing Exemptions
describe the required content  of
manufacturing exemption petitions
and the procedures EPA follows in
rulemaking on exemption petitions
(Federal Register of November  1,
1978 (43 FR 50905)).

EPA's Interim Procedural Rules
for Processing and Distribution
in Commerce Exemptions describe
the required content of
processing and distribution  in
commerce exemption petitions and
the procedures EPA follows in
rulemaking on exemption petitions
(Federal Register of May 31, 1979
(44 FR 31560)).

A significant new use rule (SNUR)
for a chemical substance, poly(2-
hydroxypropyl) melamine, polymers
with 5-isocyanato-l-
(isocyanatomethyl)-1,3,3-txi-
methylcyclohexamine, 2-hydroxy-
ethyl, acrylate-blocked, which
was the subject of premanufacture
notice (PMN) P-85-703 and a
section 5(e) consent order.  The
EPA believes that this substance
may be hazardous to human health
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                    CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED  RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                  SECTIONS 5  AND 6 OF TSCA
       Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
Poly(oxy-1,4-
butanediyl)-alpha-
(1-oxo-2-propenyl)-
omega-[(1-oxo-2-
propenyl)oxy]
50 PR 34505
August 26,  1985
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)
(Continued)

and that the uses described  in
this proposed rule may result in
significant human or environ-
mental exposure.   As a result of
this rule, certain persons who
intend to manufacture, import,  or
process this substance for a
significant new use would be
required to notify EPA at least
90 days before commencing such  an
activity.  The required notice
would provide EPA with the
opportunity to evaluate the
intended uses and, if necessary,
prohibit or limit that activity
before it occurs.

EPA is proposing  a significant
new use rule (SNUR) for a
chemical substance which was the
subject of premanufacture notice
(PMN) P-84-274 and a section 5(e)
consent order.  The Agency
believes that the substance  may
be hazardous to human health and
that the uses described in the
proposed rule would result in
significant human exposure.

Once a use is determined to  be  a
significant new vise, persons must
submit a notice to EPA at  least
90 days before they manufacture,
import, or process the substance
for that use.

EPA is proposing to designate the
following as significant new
uses:  (1) manufacturing,
processing, or distribution  in
commerce for use as a component
in industrial coatings unless
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                    CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED  RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                 SECTIONS 5  AND 6 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
         Excerpt  of Rule
           (key points)
2-Propenoic acid,
I2-[1,1-dimethyl-2-
[(l-oxo-2-
propenyl)-
oxy]ethyl]-5-ethyl-
1,3-dioxan-5-
yl]methyl ester
87320-05-6
(P-84-344)
51 FR 11592
April 4, 1986
40 CFR - Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2),
on Certain Acrylate Chemicals.
(Continued)

specified protective equipment is
used, (2) use other  than  as a
component in industrial coatings,
and (3)  manufacturing,
processing,  or distribution in
commerce without establishing
programs to  ensure that all
persons  potentially exposed to
the substance are informed of the
health concerns which may be
presented by the substance; that
packages containing  the substance
or formulations containing the
substance are labeled according
to the terms specified in §
721.567; and that a material
safety data  sheet (MSDS)
accompanies  distribution  of the
substance in commerce.  The
Agency proposed a definition  for
"industrial  coating" in the
proposed SNUR published on March
27, 1985 (50 FR 12046).   EPA  has
reexamined this definition and  is.
proposing to redefine "industrial
coating" as stated in this
proposed rule.  The new
definition would apply to both  of
the proposed SNUR's.

EPA is proposing'a significant
new use rule  (SNUR) for chemical
substances which were the
subjects of premanufacture
notices  (PMNs) P-84-341,  P-84-
342, P-84-343, and P-84-344  and a
section 5(e) consent order.   Hie
Agency believes that these
substances may be hazardous  to
human health and that the uses
described in this proposed  rule
may result in significant human
or environmental exposure.
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                    CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICE  OF PROPOSED
                         RULEMAKING AND PROPOSED RULEMAKING  UNDER
                                  SECTIONS  5  AND  6 OF  TSCA
       Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
(Continued)

2-Oxepanone,
homopolymer,  ester
with 3-hydroxy-
2,2-dimethylpro-
panoic acid (2:1)/
di-2-propenoate
96915-49-0
(P-84-341)

2-Oxepanone,
homopolymer,  2-
propenoate,
(tetrahydro-2-
furanyl)methyl
ester
96915-50-3
(P84-342)

2-Oxepanone,
homopolymer,  2-
propenoate,  ester
with 2,2'-[oxybis
(methylene)]bis[2-
hydroxymethyl)-
1,3-propanediol]
96915-52-5
(P-84-343)

Substituted
Benzenes,
halogenated
51 PR 9221
March 18,  1986
40 CFR Part 720
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
Tetrafluoro
alkane,
disubstituted
50 FR 11384
March 21,  1985
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  -  Section 5(a)
EPA proposed a significant new
use rule (SNUR)  for chemical
substances that were the  subject
of premanufacture notices (PMNs)
P-84-660 and P-84-704,  and a
section 5(e) consent order issued
by EPA.  The Agency believes  that
these substances may be hazardous
to human health and that  the  uses
described in this proposed rule
may result in significant human
or environmental exposure.

A proposed significant new use
rule (SNUR) for the following
substances:  Substituted
tetrafluoro alkene and two
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                    CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ADVANCE NOTICE OF  PROPOSED
                        RULEMAKING  AND  PROPOSED RULEMAKING UNDER
                                 SECTIONS  5 AND 6 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
          Excerpt of  Rule
           (key  points)
Tetrafluoro
alkene,
substituted
50 FR 11384
March 21,  1985
40 CFR Part 721
proposed Rule -
                                       Section 5(a)
(Continued)

disubstituted tetrafluoro
alkanes.  The substances were the
subject of premanufacture notices
(PMNs) P-84-105,  P-84-106, and
p-84-107, respectively.  The SNUR
would require persons  to notify
EPA at least 90 days before
manufacturing, importing, or
processing these substances
without establishing a program
whereby:  (1) Airborne
concentrations of the  chemical in
the workplace are monitored?  (2)
use of certain personal
protection equipment  is required;
and (3) potentially exposed
workers are informed  as to
potential hazards of  the chemical
and requirements for  safe
handling.  The SNUR would  also
designate as a significant new
use the manufacture,  processing,
or use under conditions in which
releases of P-84-106 and P-84-107
to navigable waters could
reasonably be expected to occur
under  normal operating
conditions.

See discussion of te.trafluoro
alkane,  disubstituted.
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                                   PART III

           CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ADVANCE  NOTICES OF  PROPOSED
         RULEMAKING (ANPRs),  PROPOSED  (NPRMs)  AND FINAL RULES
                      UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
                    A.   CHEMICALS WITH CURRENT NOTICES
NOTB;  The following import certification is  required  for the chemicals listed:

"I  certify  that all  chemical substances  in this  shipment comply  with all
applicable rules or orders  under  TSCA and that I am not  offering a chemical
substance for entry in  violation of TSCA or  any applicable rule or order under
TSCA."

NOTB;  Since TSCA defines  importers as manufacturers, importers may be subject
to   rules   such  as  testing  requirements  under  secjtion  4  and  reporting
requirements under section  8.   However,  because  such  rules do  not  apply to
individual chemical shipments, and because compliance with such rules may be a
lengthy procedure,  importation would not depend on the importer's satisfaction
of section 4 and section 8 requirements.

However,  if  a  section  4 rule requires  testing or  a section  8  rule requires
reporting  to  SPA before  the import of  a specified  chemical,  any importer of
that  chemical  should  ensure that the  required notification has been completed
before certifying that a shipment containing  the chemical complies with TSCA.

Final  section  4 rules  trigger  export  notification  requirements  under section
12(b) of  TSCA.

Proposed rules  are included in this listing  to  alert importers  and exporters
that final rules are likely  to be  issued on  these chemicals  in the future, and
that importers  and exporters will be required to comply with  them.

The following footnote appears in Part  III:

    Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) numbers followed by two asterisks are taken
    from  the  TSCA  Inventory of  Chemical  Substances  and appear  only  in  that
    Inventory.

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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                          .   UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Aoetonitrile,
75-05-8
Acetamide,
N-(aminothoxomethy1) •
591-08-2
Acrylamide,
79-06-1
 Mkyltin
 Compounds;
 Dibutyltin
 dilaurate,
 77-58-7;
 Dibutyltin
 bis(lauryl
 mercaptide),
 1185-81-5;
 Dibutyltin
 bis(isoocytl
 maleate),
 25168-21-2;
 Dibutyltin  S,S'-
 bis(isoocytl
 mercaptoacetate,
 25168-24-5;
 Dimethyltin
 S,S'-bis(isoocytl
 mercaptoacetate,
 26636-01-1;
 Monobutyltin
 tris(isooctyl
 mercaptoacetate,
 54849-38-6
47 'FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 54624
December  3, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
This rule requires  the  submission
of unpublished health and  safety
studies on specifically listed
chemicals by chemical
manufacturers, processors,  and
others in possession of such
studies.

This rule requires  the  submission
of unpublished health and  safety
studies and changes certain
exemptions to 8(d)  reporting.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
 This amendment adds chemicals to
 the list of chemical substances
 and mixtures for which lists and
 copies of unpublished health and
 safety studies must be submitted
 under 40 CFR Part 716 Subpart A,
 the regulation implementing
 section 8(d).  The chemical
 substances added were recommended
 for testing by the Interagency
 Testing Committee (ITC) in their
 Eleventh Report to EPA and
 designated for priority
 consideration by EPA within one
 year.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule*
 (key points)
Alkyl Epoxides
(Including all
noncyclic ali-
phatic hydro-
carbons with one
or more epoxy
functional
groups):
oxirane, 75-21-8;
oxirane, methyl-,
75-56-9; oxirane,
ethyl-,' 106-88-7;
oxirane, 2,2-
dimethyl-, 558-30-
5; oxirane,
ethenyl-, 930-22-
3; 2,2'-bioxirane,
1464-53-5;
oxirane, dodecyl-,
3234-28-4;
oxirane, octyl-,
2404-44-6;
oxirane, decyl-,
2855-19-8;
oxirane, 2,3-
dimethyl-, 3266-
23-7; oxirane,
tetradecyl, 7320-
37-8; oxirane,
hexadecyl, 7390-
81-0; oxirane,
tridecyl-, 18633-
25-5; oxirane,
pentadecyl-,
22092-38-2;
oxirane,
heptadecyl-,
67860-04-2.
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
                                                       See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Alkyl epoxides
50 FR 36476
September 6, 1985
Terminates Rule-Section 4(a)
Alkyl Epoxides
(Including those
alkyl epoxides on
the Toxic
Substances Control
Act Chemical
Substances
Inventory other
than ethylene
oxide, propylene
oxide, and
1,2-butylene
oxide, which are
addressed in other
Federal Register
notices.):

    Short-Chain

Isobutylene Oxide,
558-30-5;
1,2,3,4-Diepoxy-
butane, 1464-53-5;
2,3-Epoxybutane,
3266-23-7;
49 FR 449
January 4, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
EPA is terminating its  rulemaking
proceeding to require testing  for
certain alkyl epoxides.  The
rulemaking proceeding was
initiated in response to  the
Interagency Testing Committee's
recommendation.  EPA's  analysis
of available data indicates that
few people are exposed  to these
chemicals, exposure levels are
low, and only small amounts of
these chemicals are released into
the environment.  Existing
information on health effects
does not suggest an unreasonable
risk at expected exposure levels.

This notice is the EPA's  response
to the Interagency Testing
Committee's (ITC) designation  of
the chemical category "alkyl
epoxides" and its recommendation
that the alkyl epoxides be
considered for health effects  and
chemical fate testing.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
(Continued)

    Long-Chain

1,2-Epoxypenta-
decane, 18633-25-5;
1,2-Epoxyhepta-
decane, 22092-38-2;
1,2-Epoxydecane,
2404-44-6;
1,2-Epoxydodecane,
2855-19-8;
1,2-Epoxytetra-
decane, 3234-28-4;
1,2-Epoxynona-
decane, 67860-04-2

Alkyl phthalates,
All alkyl esters
of 1,2-Benzene
dicarboxylic acid
(orthophthalic
acid): 1,2-
Benzenedicarbooxylic
acid, di
cyclohexyl ester,
84-61-7; 1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid,
butylcyclohexyl
ester, 84-64-0;
1,2-
Epoxyhexadecane,
7320-37-8;
1,2-
Epoxyoctadecane,
7390-81-0;
1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid, bis(2-methyl
propyl ester, 84-
69-5;  1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid, dibutyl
49 FR 449
January 4,  1984
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of  Proposed
Rulemaking  - Section  4(a)
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

ester,  84-74-2;
1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid, dihexyl
ester,  84-75-3;
1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid, dinonyl
ester, 84-76-4;
1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid, butyl octyl
ester, 84-78-6;
1,2-
Benzenedicarboxylic
acid, 2-butoxy-2-
oxoethyl butyl
ester, 85-70-1;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
2-ethylhexyl
8-methylnonyl
ester, 89-13-4;
 1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
bis(2-ethylhexyl)
ester, 117-81-7;
 1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
dioctyl ester,
 117-84-0;  1,2-Ben-
 zenedicarboxylic
 acid,  ditridecyl
 ester,  119-06-2;
 1,2-Benzenedicar-
 boxylic acid, decyl
 octyl ester,
 119-07-3;  1,3-Ben-
 zenedicarboxylic
 acid,  dimethyl
 ester,  131-11-3;
 1,2-Benzenedicar-
•boxylic acid.
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                          .   UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
                   Excerpt of  Rule
                    (key  points)
(Continued)

bis(1-methylheptyl)
ester, 131-15-7;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
diundecyl ester,
3648-20-2; 1,2-Ben-
zenedicarboxylic
acid,  decyl hexyl
ester, 25724-58-7;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
diisodecyl ester,
26761-40-0;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
diisooctyl ester,
27554-26-3;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
diisononyl ester,
28553-12-0;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
hexyl isodecyl
ester, 61702-81-6;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
isodecyl tridecyl
ester, 61886-60-0.

7-amino-2,2-di-
methyl-2,3-dihy-
drobenzofuran,
68298-46-4
47 -FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section
8(d)
49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
           This amendment adds certain
           chemical substances and a
           designated mixture to the list of
           chemical substances and mixtures
           for which lists and copies of
           unpublished health and safety
           studies must be submitted under
           section 8(d).  The chemical
           substances being added were
           recommended for testing in the
           11th Interagency Testing
           Committee (ITC) report; the
           designated mixture contains
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Aniline and
chloro-, bromo-,
and/or nitro-
anilines;  Benzen-
amine, 62-53-3;
Benzenamine,
2-nitro-, 88-74-4;
Benzenamine,
4-chloro-2-nitro,
89-63-4; Benzen-
amine , 2-methyl-,
95-51-2; Benzen-
amine, 3,4-di-
chloro-, 95-76-1;
Benzenamine, 2,5-
dichloro-, 95-82-
9; Benzenamine,
2,4-dinitro, 97-
02-9; Benzenamine,
3-nitro-, 99-09-2;
Benzenamine,
2-bromo-6-chloro-4-
nitro-,  99-29-6;
Benzenamine, 2,6-
dichloro-4-nitro-,
99-30-9; Benzen-
amine , 4-nitro-,
•100-01-6; Benzen-
amine , 4-bromo-,
                        49 FR  1696
                        January  13,  1984
                        40 CFR Part  716
                        Final  Rule - Section 8(d)
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
(Continued)

substances recommended  for
testing in the 10th ITC report.
The chemical substances include
carbofuran intermediates and
certain trimethylbenzenes;  the
designated mixture, named
"Aromatic Cg fraction from
petroleum refining," is primarily
composed of mixed trimethylben-
zenes (1,2,3-trimethylbenzene;
1,2,4-trimethylbenzene;
1,3,5-trimethylbenzene) and mixed
ethyltoluenes (ortho-,  meta-, and
parta-ethyltoluene).

See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

106-40-1; Benzen-
amine,  4-chloro-,
106-47-8; Benzen-
amine,  3-chloro-,
108-42-9; Benzen-
amine,  2-chloro-4-
nitro-, 121-87-9;
Benzenamine,
3-chloro-, hydro-
chloride ,
141-85-5; Benzen-
amine,  2,4,6-tri-
bromo,  147-82-0;
Benzenamine,
2,4-dichloro,
554-00-7; Benzen-
amine,  2,3-di-
chloro, 608-27-5;
Benzenamine,
3,5-dichloro-,
626-43-7; Benzen-
amine,  2,4,6-tri-
chloro-, 634-93-5;
Benzenamine,
4-chloro-3-nitro,
635-22-3;
Benzenamine,
2,6-dibromo-
4-nitro-,
827-94-1;  Benzen-
amine ,  2-bromo-
4,6-dinitro,  1817-
73-8; Benzenamine,
4-chloro-2,6-di-
nitro,  5388-62-5;
Benzenamine,
2-chloro-5-nitro-
6283-25-6.
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt of  Rule
        (key points)
Aniline and
chloro-, bromo-
and/or nitro-
anilines;
Aniline 62-53-3;
2-Nitroaniline
88-74-4; 4-Chloro-
2-nitroaniline
89-63-4;
2-Chloroaniline
95-51-2; 3,4-Di-
chloroaniline
95-76-1; 2,5-Di-
chloroaniline,
95-82-9; 2,4-Dini-
troaniline
97-02-9; 3-Nitro-
aniline, 99-09-2;
2,6-Dichloro-
4-ni troaniline,
99-30-9; 4-Nitro-
aniline, 100-01-
06; 4-Chloro-
aniline, 106-47-8;
3-Chloroaniline,
108-42-9;
2-Chloro-4-nitro-
aniline, 121-87-9;
2,4-Dichloro-
aniline, 554-00-7;
2,3-Dichloro-
aniline, 608-27-5;
2,4,6-Trichloro-
aniline, 634-93-5;
4-Chloro-3-nitro-
aniline, 635-22-3;
2,6-Dibromo-
4-nitroaniline,
827-94-1;
2-Bromo-4,6-
dinitroaniline,
 1817-73-18;
 2-Chloro-
5-nitroaniline
6283-25-6
49 PR 108
January 3, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
This notice constitutes  EPA's
response to the Interagency
Testing Committee's  designation
of the anilines category for
testing consideration.   EPA seeks
comment on test substances, route
of administration, and subcatego-
rization.  EPA also  seeks infor-
mation on exposure,  available
health data, and data on environ-
mental effects and chemical fate.
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                  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                              UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Anthraquinone,  84-
65-1
49 FR 46741
November 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
9,10-Anthraquinone,
84-65-1
50 FR 46090
November 6, 1985
40 CFR Parts 704 and 799
Proposed Rule-Sections 4 and
8
Antimony,
7440-36-0
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
In response to the 15th report of
the Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC), which recommended this
chemical for testing and for
priority consideration by the
EPA, this amendment adds this
chemical to the list of chemical
substances and mixtures for which
lists and copies of unpublished
health and safety studies must be
submitted under section 8(d).

This proposed rule is in response
to the Interagency Testing
Committee's (ITC) designation of
this chemical for priority con-
sideration for chemical fate and
environmental effects testing.
EPA is proposing that manufac-
turers (including importers) and
processors of 9,10-anthraquinone,
hereinafter "anthraquinone", be
required to perform testing for
water solubility, bioconcentra-
tion, and acute toxicity to
aquatic organisms.  The Agency is
also proposing, under section 8,
that manufacturers and importers
of anthraquinone be required to
submit an annual report to EPA
stating the volume of this
substance manufactured or
imported during their latest
corporate fiscal year.  Testing
for biodegradation and chronic
toxicity of aquatic organisms
will be required if the acute
toxicity or bioconcentration test
results and the annual production
and importation level meet
specified criteria.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
Antimony sulfide,
1345-04-6
Antimony trioxide,
1309-64-4
Arsine, dichloro-
phenyl
696-28-6
Arsine, diethyl
692-42-2
Aryl phosphates
(Phosphate esters
of phenol or of
alkyl-substituted
phenols.  Tri-aryl
and mixed alkyl
and aryl esters
are included but
trialkyl esters
are excluded):
Phosphoric acid,
tris(2-methyl
phenyl) ester,  78-
30-8; Phosphoric
acid, tris
(4-methyl phenyl)
ester, 78-32-0;
Phenol, 4(1,1-di-
methyl ethyl)-,
phosphate, 78-33-
1; Phosphoric
acid, triphenyl
ester, 115-86-6;
Phosphoric acid,
47 FR .38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of Acetamine,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamine,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

tris (3-methyl
phenyl)  ester,
563-04-2;  Phos-
phoric acid,
2-ethylhexyl
diphenyl ester,
1241-94-7;
Phosphoric acid,
tris (methyl
phenyl )• ester,
1330-78-5;
Phosphoric acid,
dibutyl phenyl
ester, 2528-36-1;
Phenol dimethyl-,
phosphate (3:1),
25155-23-1;
Phosphoric acid,
methylphenyl
diphenyl ester,
26444-49-5;
Phosphoric acid,
(1-methylethyl)
phenyl diphenyl
ester, 28108-99-8;
Phosphoric acid,
isodecyl diphenyl
ester, 29761-21-5;
Phosphoric acid
(1-methyl-
1-phenylethyl)
phenyl diphenyl
ester, 34364-42-6;
Phosphoric acid,
diisodecyl phenyl
ester, 51363-64-5;
Phosphoric acid,
acid, (1,1-di-
me thylethy1)
phenyl diphenyl
ester, 56803-37-3.
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Aryl phosphates;
TPP-Triphenyl
phosphate,  115-86-
6; EHDP-2-Ethyl-
hexyl diphenyl
phosphate,  12 41 -
94-7; TCP-Tri-
cresyl phosphate,
mixed isomers
(tritolyl phos-
phate, 1330-78-5)}
TXP-Trixylenyl
phosphate,  mixed
isomers (trixylyl
phosphate), 25155-
23-1; IPDP-Iso-
propylphenyl
diphenyl phos-
phate , mixed
isomers, 28108-99-
8; BPDP-Butyl-
phenyl diphenyl
phosphate,  mixed
isomers, 34364-42-
6; DBDP-Dimethyl-
benzylphenyl
diphenyl phos-
phate , mixed
isomers (also
known as cumyl-
phenyl diphenyl
phosphate),  34364-
42-6; IDPP-Iso-
decyl diphenyl
phosphate,  59800-
46-3; NPDP-Nonyl-
phenyl diphenyl
phosphate,  mixed
isomers, 64532-97-
4.
48 FR 57452
December 29, 1983
40 CFR Part 799
Advance notice of proposed
rulemaking - Section 4(a)
This notice constitutes  EPA's
response to the ITC's designation
of the aryl phosphates for test-
ing consideration.  EPA  seeks
comment on its  conclusions that
testing appears necessary to
complete rulemaking assessment of
the health and  environmental
effects of aryl phosphates.
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                              UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key  points)
Asbestos,  asbesti-
form varieties
of:  chrysotile
(serpentine) ;
crocidolite
(riebeckite);
amosite (cumming-
tonite-grunerite);
anthophyllite;
tremolite; and
actinolite) ,-
Asbestos,  1332-21-
4*; chrysotile,
12001-29-5*;
Amosite, 12172-73-
5*; anthrophylite,
17068-78-9*.

Benzenamide,  2-
chloro-4,6,dinitro
3531-19-9
Benzenamine,
2-methyl-
95-53-4
Benzeneamine,
4-methyl-
106-49-0
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,
bis(2-methyl-
propyl) ester
84-69-5

1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic aicd,
butyl phenylmethyl
ester
85-69-8
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CPR Part 716
Final Rule -  Section  8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
47 FR 38791
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38791
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
47 FR 38791
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See dicussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetonitrile•
See discussion of Acetonitrilei
*Chemical Abstract Service (CAS)  numbers  followed by an asterisk are taken from
 the TSCA Inventory of Chemical Substances  and  appear only in that inventory.
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                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Benzenethanamine,
alpha, alpha-
dimethyl
122-09-8

Benzenes, mono-,
di-, and trichlo-
rinated;
1,2,3-Trichloro-
benzene  (vic-Tri-
chlorobenzene) 87-
61-6; 1,2-Di-
chlorobenzene
 (ortho or o-Di-
chlorobenzene) 95-
50-1 ;
1,2,4,5-Tetra-
chlorobenzene
 (1,2,4,5-Tetra-
chlorobenzol) 95-
94-3; 1,4-Di-
chlorobenzene
 (para- or p_-Di-
chlorobenzene)
 106-46-7;
 1,3,5-Trichloro-
benzene  (sym-Tri-
chlorobenzene)
 108-70-3; Chloro-
benzene  (Mono-
chlorobenzene
benzene  chloride)
 108-90-7;
 1,2,4-Trichloro-
benzene  (unsym-
Trichlorobenzene)
 120-82-1; 1,3-Di-
chlorobenzene
 (meta- or jm-Di-
chlorobenzene)
541-73-1;
 1,2,3,4,5-Penta-
chlorobenzene
 (Quintochloroben-
•zene) 608-93-5;
51' FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CPR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-aminothioxomethyl)-
EPA is proposing that
manufacturers and processors of
mono-, di-, and trichlorinated
benzenes conduct certain chemical
fate and environmental effects
tests on these chemicals.
Chemical fate or environmental
effects testing of the tetra-
chlorobenzenes or pentachloro-
benzene is not proposed at this
time.  This notice constitutes
EPA's response to the Interagency
Testing Committee's (ITC)
designation of mono-, di-, tri-,
tetra- and pentachlorinated
benzenes as priority candidates
for environmental effects testing
consideration.
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                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
(Continued)

1,2,3,4-Tetra-
chlorobenzene
(1,2,3,4-Tetra-
chlorobenzol) 634-
66-2;
1,2,3,5-Tetra-
chlorobenzene
(1,2,3,5-Tetra-
chlorobenzol) 634-
90-2  •

Benzenesulfonyl-
chloride
98-09-9
Benzenethiol
108-98-5
Benzyl butyl
phthalate, 85-68-7
Benzyl butyl
phthalate,
85-68-7
49 FR 1760
January 13,  1984
40 CFR Part  799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
50 FR 36446
September 6, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
This amendment adds certain
chemical substances to .the list
of substances and mixtures for
which lists and copies of
unpublished health and safety
studies must be submitted under
section 8(d).  The chemical
substances to be added were
designated for testing consider-
ation by the Interagency Testing
Committee (ITC), in its Sixth
through Tenth Reports.

EPA is proposing to require
certain environmental fate and
effects tests for benzyl butyl
phthalate (BBP).  These are acute
and chronic toxicity tests in
freshwater and saltwater
organisms, bioconcentration
testing in the Eastern oyster,
and testing for the fate of BBP
in undisturbed sediments.
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                        UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
Chemical
  Rule
Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
                   50 FR 36446
                   September 6, 1985
                   40 CFR Part 799
                   Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
                          (Continued)

                          In its Seventh Report,  the
                          Interagency Testing Committee
                          (ITC) designated BBP for priority
                          consideration for environmental
                          and health effects testing.

                          However, in October 30, 1981,  EPA
                          published a preliminary decision
                          not to propose a section 4(a)
                          rule under TSCA to require
                          environmental or health effects
                          testing of BBP.

                          This decision was made because
                          the Agency accepted a comprehen-
                          sive testing proposal for phtha-
                          late esters and BBP from the
                          Chemical Manufacturers
                          Association for the Phthalate
                          Esters  Program Panel, and because
                          the  National Toxicology Program
                          was  to  do  additional BBP
                          oncogenicity and  reproductive
                          effects studies.

                           However,  in August 1984 a suit
                          brought against  EPA resulted  in
                           the ruling that  a negotiated
                           testing agreement is not a
                           legally adequate substitute for a
                           test rule, in response to the
                           designation of a chemical by  the
                           ITC.

                           EPA is therefore issuing a  pro-
                           posed rule to obtain additional
                           environmental fate and effects
                           testing of benzyl butyl
                           phthalate.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Biphenyl
92-52-4
Biphenyl, 92-52-4
Bisazophenyl Dyes
Derived from
benzidine and its
congeners, ortho-
Tolidine (Di-
methylbenzidine)
and Dianisidine
(Dimethoxybenzi-
dine:  2,7-Naph-
thalenedisulfonic
acid, 3,3'-
[3,3'-dimethyl
[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,
4'-diyl)bis(azo)j
bis[5-amino-4-
hydroxy-, tetra-
sodium salt, 72-
57-1; 2-Naphtha-
lenecarboxamide,
91-92-9,- Butan-
amide, 91-96-3}
1-Naphthalene-
sulfonic acid, 17
3,3'[1,1'-bi-
phenyl]-4,4'-diyl-
bis(azo)] bis[4-
amino-, disodium
salt, 573-58-0; 1-
'Naphthalenesul-
50 FR 37182
September 12,  1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section  4(a)
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
This rule requires manufacturers
and processors to test biphenyl
for environmental effects  and
chemical fate, according to
protocols to be submitted  to and
approved by EPA.  This regulation
is in compliance with the
Interagency Testing Committee's
(ITC) designation of biphenyl for
priority testing consideration.

See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

fonic acid,  3,3'-
[(3, 3 '-dimethyl
[1,1'-biphenyl]-
4,4'-diyl)bis
(azo) ]bis
[4-amino-, diso-
dium salt, 992-
59-6;
2, 7-Naphthalene-
disulfonic acid,
4-amino- 3- [ [ 4 ' -
1(2, 4-diamino-
phenyDazo] [1,1'-
biphenyl ] -4-y 1 ] azo ]
-5-hydroxy-
6-(phenylazo)-,
disodium salt,
1937-37-7;
2 , 7-Naphthalene-
disulfonic acid,
methyl[1,1'-bi-
phenyl ] -4 , 4 ' -diy 1 )
bis (azo) Ibis [4,5-
dihydroxy-, tetra-
sodium salt,  2150-
54-1; 1-Naphtha-
lenesulfonic  acid,
methoxy [1,1' -bi-
phenyl]-4,
4 '-diy 1) bis -
(azo) ]bis
[ 4-hydroxy- ,
disodium salt,
2429-71-2; 2,7-
Naphthalenedisul-
fonic acid, 5-
amino-3-[[4'-[(7-
amino-1 -hydroxy-3-
sulfo-2-naphtha-
lenyDazo]
•[1,1'-biphenyl]-4-
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
 (Continued)

 y1]azo]-4-hydroxy-,
 trisodium  salt,
 2429-73-4;
 2,7-Naphthalene-
 disulfonic acid,
 3,3'-[(3,3'-di-
 methoxy[1,1*-bi-
 phenyl]-
 4,4'-diyl)bis
 (azo)]bis
 [5-amino-4-
 hydroxy-,  tetra-
 sodium salt, 2429-
 74-5; Benzoic
 acid, 5-[[4'-[(1-
 amino-4-sulfo-2-
 naphthalenyl)
 azo][1,1*-biphenyl]-
 4-y1]azo]-2-hydroxy-
 disodium salt,
 2429-79-0;
 Benzoic acid, 5-
 [[4'-[[2,6-diamino-
 3-[[8-hydroxy-3,6-
 disulfo-7-[(4-
 sulfo-1-naphtha-
 lenyl)azo]-2-naph-
 thalenyl]azo]-5-
 me thyIpheny1]az o]
 [1,1'-biphenyl]-
 4-yl]azo]-2-hy-
 droxy-, tetra-
 sodium salt, 2429-
 81-4; Benzoic
 acid, 5-[[4'-[(7-
 amino-1-hydroxy-3-
 sulfo-2-naphtha-
 lenyDazo] [1,1'-
 biphenyl-
 4-yl]azo]-2-hy-
 droxy-, disodium
 salt, 2429-82-5;
• 2,7-Naphthalene-
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

disulfonic acid,
4-amino-3-[[4'-
[(2,4-diamino-5-
methylphenyl)azo]
[ 1,1'-bipheny1]-4-
yl]azo]-5-hydroxy-
6-(phenylazo)-,
disodium salt,
2429-83-6; Benzoic
acid, 5[[4'-[(2-
amino-8-hydroxy-6-
sulfo-1-naphtha-
lenyDazo]
[ 1,1'-bipheny1]-4-
yl]azo]-2-hy-
droxy-,disodium
salt, 2429-84-7;
1,3-Naphthalene-
disulfonic acid,
4-amino-5-hydroxy-
6-[[4'-[(2-hy-
droxy-1-naphtha-
lenyl)azo]-3,3'-
dimethoxy[1,1*-bi-
phenyl]-4-yl]azo]-
disodium salt,
 2586-57-4; Benzoic
acid,  5-
 tt4'-[[2,6-di-
amino-3-methyl-
 5-[(4-sulfophenyl)
azo]phenyl]azo][1,
 1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]
azo]-2-hydroxy-,
disodium salt,
 2586-58-5;
 2,7-Naphthalene-
disulfonic acid,
 3,3'-[[1,1'-bi-
phenyl]-4,4'-di-
yIbis(azo)]bis
 15-amino-4-hy-
•droxy-, tetra-
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of Rule
  (key points)
(Continued)

sodium salt, 2602-
46-2; 1,3-Naphtha-
lenedisulfonic
acid, 6,6'-[(3,3'-
dimethoxy[1,1'-bi-
phenyl]-
4,4'-diyl)bis
(azo)Jbis[4-amino-
5-hydroxy-, tetra-
sodium salt, 2610-
05-1; Benzoic acid,
5-[[4'[[2,4-dihy-
droxy-3-[(4-sulfo-
phenyl)azo]pheny1]
azo][1,1'-biphenyl]
4-yl]azo]-2-hy-
droxy-, disodium
salt, 2893-80-3;
1,3-Naphthalene-
disulfonic acid,
8-[[4'-[(ethoxy-
phenyDazo]
[1,1'-biphenyl]-
4-yl]azo]-7-hy-
droxy-, disodium
salt, 3530-19-6;
1,3-Naphthalenedi-
sulfonic acid,
7-hydroxy-8-[[4'-
[[4-[[(4-methyl-
phenyl) sulfonyl]
oxy]phenyl]azo]
[1,1"-biphenyl]-
4-yl]azo]-,
disodium salt,
3567-65-5;
2,7-Naphthalenedi-
sulfonic acid, 4-
amino-5-hydroxy-3-
[[4'-[(4[hydroxy-
phenyDazo] [1,1'-
biphenyl]-4-yl]
azo]-6-(phenyl-
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

azo)-, disodium
salt, 3626-28-6;
2,7-Naphthalene-
disulfonic acid,
4~amino-5-hydroxy-
6-[[4'-[(4-hy-
droxyphenyl)
azo][1,1'-bi-
phenyl]-4-yl]
[azo]-3-[(4-nitro-
phenyDazo]-,
disodium salt,
4335-09-5; Benzoic
acid,
5-[[4'-[[2,6-di-
amino-3-methyl-
5-[(4-sulfophenyl)
azo]phenyl]azo][1,
1'-biphenyl-4-ylJ
azoJ-2-hydroxy-
3-methyl-, diso-
dium salt, 6360-
54-9; 1,3-Naphtha-
lenedisulfonic
acid, 8-[[4'-[(4-
ethoxyphenyl3azo]-
3,3'-dimethyl
[1,1'-biphenyl]-4-
yl]azo]-7-hydroxy-,
disodium salt,
6358-29-8;
1-Naphthalenesul-
fonic acid,
3-l[4'-[(6-amino-
1-hydroxy-3-sulfo-
2-naphthalenyl)
azo]-3,3'-dimeth-
oxyl [1,1'-bi-
phenyl]-4'-yl]
azo]-4-hydroxy-,
disodium salt,
6449-35-0; Benzoic
•acid,
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                             UNDER SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
 ( Continued )
 amino-3-methyl-
 5 - su 1 f opheny 1 )
 azo] -3,3' -dimethyl
 [1,1'-biphenyl]-
 4-yl]azo]-2-hy-
 droxy-r, disodium
 salt, 6637-88-3;
 Cuprate ( 3- ) ,
 [u-[7-[[3,3'-dihy-
 droxy-4 ' - [ [ 1 -hy-
 droxy-6- (phenyl-
 amino ) -3-sulf o-
 2 -naphtha leny 1 ]
 azo] [1,1'-bi-
 phenyl] -4-yl] azo] -
 8-hydroxy-1 ,
 6-naphthalenedi-
 sulfonato(7-)]]di-,
 trisodium, 6656-
 03-7; Benzoic
 acid, 2-[[2-amino-
 6-[[4'-[(3-car-
 boxy-4-hydroxy-
 phenyl)azo]-3,3'-
 dimethoxy [1,1'-
 biphenyl] -4-yl]
 azo-5-hydroxy-7-
 sulfo-1-
 naphthalenyl]azo]-
 5-nitro-, triso-
 dium salt, 6739-
 62-4; Benzoic
 acid, 3,3'-[(3,7-
 disulf o-1 , 5-naph-
 thalenediyl )bis
 [azo ( 6-hydroxy-3-
 1 -phenylene )azo
 [6(or 7)-sulfo-
 4,1 -naphthalene-
 diyl]azo[1,1'-
 biphenyl] -4 , 4 ' -di-
•ylazo ] ]bis [6-hy-
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt of  Rule
        (key  points)
(Continued)

droxy-,  hexasodium
salt,  8014-91-3;
Bisazophenyl dyes
derived  from
benzidine and its
congener s ,  or tho -
tolidine (dimethyl-
benzidine )  and
diansidine (dimeth-
oxybenzidine ) :
C.I. Direct Blue
218, 10401-50-0;
Cuprate ( 2- ) ,
hydroxy-3- [ ( 2-
hydroxy-5-sulfo-
phenyDazo]
phenyl]azo]
 [1,1'-biphenyl]-4
yl]azo] -2-hydroxy
benzoate ( 4- ) -di -
sodium, 16071-
86-6;
Cuprate (4-), [u-
 [[6,6'-[(3,3'-di-
hydroxy[1,1 '-bi-
phenyl] -4, 4 ' -di-
yl)bis (azo)bis
 [ 4-amino-5-hy-
droxy-1 , 3-naphtha
lenedisulfonato] ]
 (8-)]]di-,tetra-
sodium, 16143-79-
6;  [1,1'-Bi-
phenyl 1-4,4' -bis-
 (diazonium) ,
3,3' -dime thoxy ,
20282-70-6.

Bis(2-ethylhexyl)
terephthalate ,
6422-86-2
4? FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
47 FR 54624
December 3, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion  of alky1tin
compounds.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Bisphenol A,
80-05-7
Bisphenol A
(4,4'-Isoprop-
ylidenediphenol)
80-05-7
2-Butanal
4170-90-3
1,3-Butadiene,
2-chloro-
(8C1X9C1), 126-99-8
2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)
ethyl acetate
(diethylene glycol
butyl ether
acetate), 124-17-4
49 FR 22286
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
50 FR 20691
May 17, 1985
40 CFR 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 46741
November 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 224
November 19, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
This amendment adds five
chemicals to the list of chemical
substances and mixtures for which
lists and copies of unpublished
health and safety studies must be
submitted under section 8(d).

This rule proposes that
manufacturers and processors of
bisphenol A be required to
perform testing for 90-day
inhalation subchronic toxicity
with emphasis on pulmonary
effects, and acute and chronic
aquatic toxicity testing.  This
proposed rule is in response to
the Interagency Testing
Committee's (ITC) designation of
BPA for priority consideration
for health and environmental
effects testing.

See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of anthraquinone.
EPA plans to propose a rule to
test two chemical substances for:
subchronic toxicity (including
neurotoxic and behavioral
toxicity and renal and
hematological effects), develop-
mental effects, reproductive tox-
icity, mutagenicity and carcino-
genicity.  These two substances
are diethylene glycol butyl ether
(DGBE) and diethylene glycol
butyl ether acetate (DGBA).
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)
ethyl acetate,
124-17-4
p-tert-Butylbenzoic
acid (p-TBBA),
98-73-7,-
p-tert-Butyltoluene
(p-TBT), 98-51-1;
p-tert-Butylbenz-
aldehyde (p-TBB),
939-97-9
48 FR 55686
December 14, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
51 FR 17336
May 12, 1986
40 CFR Parts 704 and 716
Final Rule-Sections 8(a) and
8(d)
Butyl glycolyl
butyl phthalate,
85-70-1
Cg Aromatic
hydrocarbons
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 10557
March 27, 1986
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
This amendment adds four
chemicals to the list of chemical
substances and mixtures for which
lists and copies of unpublished
health and safety studies must be
submitted under section 8(d).

This rule establishes reporting
and recordkeeping requirements
for the following three chemical
substances:  p-tert-butylbenzoic
acid (p-TBBA), p-tert-
butyltoluene (p-TBT), and p-tert-
butylbenzaldehyde (p-TBB).  Based
on the data currently available
to EPA, the Agency is primarily
concerned with the possible human
reproductive effects resulting
from exposure to these
substances.  The purpose of these
regulatory requirements is to
monitor curent and future uses of
p-TBBA, p-TBT, and p-TBB, and  to
obtain data necessary to support
a more detailed assessment of  the
potential health and environ-
mental risks posed by these
substances.

See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
EPA has issued a final rule  for
the first phase of a two-phase
test rule requiring that
manufacturers and processors of
the C9 aromatic hydrocarbon
fraction (C9 fraction), which is
obtained from the reforming  of
crude petroleum, test this C9
fraction for neurotoxicity,
mutagenicity, developmental
toxicity, reproductive effects,
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Calcium
naphthenate,
61789-36-4
 9H-Carbaz ole
 86-74-8
Carbofuran
intermediates:
Methallyl-2-
nitrophenyl ether,
13414-54-5;
7-Nitro-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-
dihydrobenzofuran,
13414-55-6;
7-Amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-
•dihydrobenzofuran
68298-46-4
                        51  FR 10557
                        March 27,  1986
                        40  CFR Part  799
                        Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
48 FR 24366
June 1,  1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 29761
July 22, 1985
No rulemaking
(Continued)

and oncogenicity (unless certain
mutagenicity test results are
negative).  The Agency is now
proposing that the protocols
submitted by the American
Petroleum Institute (API), with
minor Agency-proposed additions,
be adopted as the test standards
for the C9 fraction under this
test rule.  The Agency is also
proposing schedules for the
testing.

This amendment adds chemicals to
the list of chemical substances
and mixtures for which lists and
copies of unpublished health and
safety studies must be submitted
under section 8(d).  The chemical
substances to be added were
recommended for testing by the
ITC in their Twelth Report to EPA
and designated for priority
consideration by EPA within 12
months.

See Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
This notice is EPA's response to
the Interagency Testing
Committee's (ITC) recommendation
of carbofuran intermediates for
priority consideration for
chemical fate and environmental
effects testing.

EPA believes that there is neither
an unreasonable risk of injury to
the environment, nor substantial
environmental release.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                              UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF. TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Chlorendic acid,
115-28-6
Chlorinated ben-
zenes;  Mono-
chlorobenzene,
108-90-7; Orthodi-
chlorobenzene, 95-
50-1? Paradi-
chlorobenzene,
106-46-7;
Pentachloroben-
zene, 608-93-5;
1,2,4-Trichloro-
benzene, 120-82-1;
1,2,4,5-Tetra-
chlorobenzene, 95-
94-3.
Chlorinated
benzenes:
1,2,4-Trichloro-
benzene, 120-82-1;
1,2,4,5-
Tetrachloro-
benzene, 95-94-3;
Chlorobenzene,
108-90-7;
o-Dichlorobenzene,
•95-50-1;
p-Dichlorobenzene,
106-46-7
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 50408
December 28, 1984
40 CFR Part 773
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
50 FR 48805
November 27, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section (4)
See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
EPA is announcing three decisions
concerning the rulemaking
proceeding initiated in July 1980
(45 FR 48524) to require health
effects testing of the chlori-
nated benzenes pursuant to sec-
tion 4(a):  (1) EPA is finalizing
a preliminary decision to
withdraw certain portions of the
proposed test rule (see 48 FR
54836, Dec. 7, 1983);  (2) as a
result of a recent court suit,
EPA cannot accept the  negotiated
testing program submitted by the
Chlorobenzene Producers Associa-
tion (CPA).  A decision whether
to require reproductive effects
testing of monochlorobenzene
(MCB), orthodichlorobenzene (o^-
DCB), and paradichlorobenzene (p_-
DCB) (addressed by the CPA test-
ing program) will be announced in
EPA's final action on  the Chloro-
benzene proposed test rule; (3)
EPA announces that any rulemaking
on chlorobenzenes' health effects
testing will be conducted in a
single-phase rule.

EPA issued a proposed rule for
the chlorinated benzenes,
published in the Federal Register
of July 18, 1980 (45 FR 48524).
The Agency is revising its
proposed rule by updating certain
health effects testing
requirements to reflect the
current TSCA test guidelines
issued by EPA's Office of Toxic
Substances.  These guidelines are
to be used as test standards for
the proposed oncogenicity testing
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Chlorinated
benzenes (mono-and
di-);   Benzene,
1,2-dichloro,  95-
50-1;  Benzene,
1,4-dichloro-,
106-46-7?  Benzene,
chloro-, 108-90-7;
Benzene,1,3-
dichloro-, 541-73-
1.
Chlorinated ben-
zenes; (tri-,  te-
tra- and penta-);
Benzene, 1,2,3-tri-
chloro-, 87-61-6;
Benzene, 1,2,4,5-
tetrachloro, 95-
94-3; Benzene,
1-3-5-trichloro-,
108-70-3; Benzene,
1,2,4,-trichloro-,
120-82-1; Benzene,
pentachloro-,  608-
93-5; Benzene,
1,2,3,4-tetra-
chloro-, 634-66-2;
Benzene, 1,2,3,5-
tetrachloro-,  634-
90-2.
                       50 FR 48805
                       November 27, 1985
                       40 CFR Part 799
                       Proposed Rule-Section (4)
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
(Continued)

of 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene;
oncogenicity,  reproductive
effects and  teratogenicity
testing of 1,2,4,5-
tetrachlorobenzene;  and
reproductive effects testing of
monochlorobenzene,  ortho- and
para-dichlorobenzenes.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
47 FR 38780
September 2t  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Chlorinated
naphthalenes
Chlorinated
naphthalenes
49 FR 33649
August 24, 1984
40 CFR Part 704
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

51 FR 19839
June 3, 1986
40 CFR Part 704
Technical amendment to above,
corrected listing of chloro-
naphthalenes.
This rule requires manufacturers
and importers of chlorinated
naphthalenes (CNs) to notify  EPA
of current and prospective  manu-
facture or import of  CNs.   (Small
businesses that manufacture or
import CNs (as defined in 40  CFR
704.3(s)) are exempt  from this
rule.)  This rule applies to  19
chemical substances:   1-chloro-
naphthalene (90-13-1);  2-
chloronaphthalene (91-58-7);
pentachloronaphthalene (1321-64-
8); trichlpronaphthalene  (1321-
65-9); hexachloronaphthalene
(1335-87-1); tetrachloronaphtha-
lene (1335-88-2); 1,5-dichloro-
naphthalene (1825-30-5);  1,4-
dichloronaphthalene (1825-31-6); ,
1,2-dichloronaphthalene (2050-69-
3); 1,6-dichloronaphthalene
(2050-72-8); 1,7-dichloro-
naphthalene (2050-73-9);  1,8-
dichloronaphthalene (2050-74-0);
2,3-dichloronaphthalene (2050-75-
1); 2,6-dichloronaphthalene
(2065-70-5),- 1, 3-dichloro-
naphthalene (2196-75-6);  2,7-
dichloronaphthalene (2198-77-8);
octachloronaphthalene (2234-13-
1); chloronaphthalene (25586-43-
0); heptachloronaphthalene
(32241-08-0); chloronaphthalene
derivatives (70776-03-3).
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Chlorinated
naphthalenes,
chlorinated
derivatives of
naphthalene
(empirical formula
C10HxCV where
x+y=8),
Naphthalene, 1-
chloro-, 90-13-1;
Naphthalene,
pentachloro-,
1321-64-8;
Naphthalene,
trichloro-, 1321-
65-9.

Chlorinated
paraffins
(chlorinated
paraffin oils and
chlorinated
paraffin waxes,
with chlorine
content of 35
percent through 70
percent by
weight):  Alkanes,
chloro, 61788-76-
9; Paraffin waxes
and Hydrocarbon
waxes, chlori-
nated, 63449-39-8;
alkanes, Cg - 18,
chloro, 68920-70-
7.

Chlorinated ter-
phenyl, 61788-33-8
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile,
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
49 FR 11181
March 26, 1984
40 CFR Part  704
Final Rule - Section  8(a)
This rule requires that the  EPA
be notified of any manufacture  or
import (or any proposed manu-
facture or import) of chlorinated
terphenyl.  Manufacture or import
by a small business (as defined
in 40 CFR 704.3(s)) is exempt
from this notice requirement.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL  RULES
                              UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
Chlorobenzene,
108-90-7
4-Chlorobenzotri-
fluoride, 98-56-6
4-Chlorobenzo-
trifluoride
(4-CBTF)
98-56-6
49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 42216
October 18, 1985
No Further Testing-Section
4(a)
Chloromethane, 74-
87-3
Chloromethane
(methyl chloride)
74-87-3
45 FR 48524
July 18, 1980
40 CFR Part 773
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
50 FR 19213
May 7, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
See discussion of benzenes.
See discussion of benzyl  butyl
phthalate.
EPA is issuing a decision  not  to
require further testing  of 4-
chlorobenzotrifluoride  (4-CBTF),
for health effects,  environmental
effects, and chemical fate.  An
August 24, 1984, U.S. District
Court, Southern District of New
York, ruling requires EPA  to
issue a test rule for this
chemical or state reasons  for  not
issuing one.  EPA has determined
that data now available  to the
Agency are adequate  to
characterize 4-CBTF  for  these
effects and that no  further
testing need be required at this
time.

EPA is proposing that
manufacturers and processors of
Chloromethane and all chlorinated
benzenes except hexachlorobenzene
conduct health effects  testing.

This proposed rule reverses an
earlier proposed rule  (45  FR
48524) that would have  required
manufacturers and processors of
Chloromethane to conduct
oncogenic and structural
teratogenic effects  testing on
this chemical.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Chloromethane
(methyl chloride),
74-87-3
2-Chlorotoluene,
95-49-8
Chlorotoluene
(2-CT)
95-49-8
Cobalt naphthe-
nate, 61789-51-3
Cresols;   (o,m,p)
Phenol,  2-methyl-,
95-48-7;
Phenol,  3-methyl-,
108-39-4;  and
Phenol,  4-methyl-,
106-44-5
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 40445
October 3, 1985
No Further Testing - Section
48 FR 24366
June 1, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 15771
April 28,  1986
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)
See discussion of acetonitrile,
See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
EPA is issuing a decision not to
require further testing of 2-
chlorotoluene (2-CT) for health
and environmental effects and
chemical fate.  Data have been
received that adequately
characterize 2-CT for these
effects.

See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
EPA is issuing a final rule
establishing testing requirements
for manufacturers and processors
of cresols.  The testing require-
ments include (1) mutagenic
effects studies (including tests
for chromosomal aberrations,  gene
mutations, and cellular transfor-
mations )  on specified cresol
isomers,  (2) a developmental
toxicity study (teratogenicity)
for each cresol isomer, and (3) a
two-generation reproductive
effects study for each cresol
isomer.

In the Federal Register of July
11, 1983 (48 FR 31812), EPA
issued a proposed rule to require
testing of cresols for subchronic
toxicity, mutagenicity,
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OP  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
         (key  points)
                        5V FR 15771
                        April 28,  1986
                        40 CFR Part 799
                        Final Rule-Section 4(a)
Cresols;
(ortho-,  meta-, and
para-cresol)
Phenol, 2-methyl-,
95-48-7,-
Phenol, 3-methyl-,
108-39-4,- and
Phenol, 4-methyl-,
106-44-5

Cresols
(ortho, meta-, and
para-Cresol):
Phenol, 2-methyl-,
95-48-7;  Phenol,
4-methyl-, 106-44-
5; Phenol, 3-
nethyl-,  108-39-4
51 FR 15803
April 28, 1986
40 CFR Parts 795 and 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4{a)
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
(Continued)

carcinogenicity,  developmental
toxicity (teratogenicity),
reproductive effects,  neuro-
toxicity, and skin sensiti-
zation.  EPA is now promulgating
a final test rule requiring that
manufacturers and processors  of
cresols test these chemicals  for
mutagenic effects, developmental
toxicity, and reproductive
effects.  In addition,  in its
Initial Report (42 FR  55026,
October 12, 1977), the  Inter-
agency Testing Committee  recom-
mended that the cresols be tested
not only for health effects,  but
also for environmental  effects.
However, EPA has decided  not  to
require environmental  effects
testing because available infor-
mation allows EPA to reaonably
predict that exposure  of  aquatic
organisms to cresols should not
cause chronic effects.

Under its final testing rule, EPA
is proposing that certain TSCA
test guidelines be used as the
test standards for the required
studies of cresols. EPA  is also
proposing that the tests  be
submitted within specified time
frames.
                                See discussion of  acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Cumene, 98-82-8
Cumene
98-82-8
Cyclohexane,
110-82-7;
2-6-Di-tert-butyl
phenol,
128-39-2;
Diisodecyl
phenyl phosphite,
25550-98-5
49 FR 46741
November 26,  1984
40 CPR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 46104
November 6,  1985
40 CFR Parts 798 and 799
Proposed Test Rule-Section
4(a)
50 FR 47539
November 19, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)
See discussion of anthraquinone.
EPA is proposing that manufac-
turers and processors of cumene
(isopropyl benzene)  be required
to perform testing for pharma-
cokinetics, subchronic toxicity,
oncogenicity, mutagenicity,
neurotoxicity, developmental
toxicity and reproductive
toxicity; if triggered, acute  and
chronic aquatic toxicity in
saltwater and freshwater fish  and
invertebrates, and biodegradation
and volatilization from water.
This proposed rule is in response
to the Interagency Testing
Committee's (ITC's)  designation
of cumene for priority
consideration for health and
environmental effects testing.

The Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) recommended that EPA give
priority consideration to three
chemical substances in promulgat-
ing chemical test rules.  To
assist EPA in its determination
of which, if any, tests are
needed for these substances, EPA
is adding these substances to  the
section 8(d) Health and Safety
Data Reporting Rule.  This model
rule will require manufacturers,
importers, and processors of
these substances to report
unpublished health and safety
data to EPA.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Cyclohexanone,
108-94-1
1,2-Dibromo-4-
(1,2-dibromoethyl)
cyclohexane,  3322-
93-8

1,2-Dichloroben-
zene, 95-50-1
1,3-Dichloroben-
zene, 541-73-1
1,4-Dichloroben-
zene, 106-46-7
3,4-Dichlorobenzo-
trifluoride, 328-
84-7
                        50  PR  47539
                        November  19,  1985
                        40  CFR Parts  712 and 716
                        Final  Rule-Sections 8(a) and
                        8(d)
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 22286
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

50 FR 11697
March 25, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
(Continued)

EPA is adding cyclohexane  and
2,6-di-tert-butyl phenol to  the
ITC priority list for  reporting
within 12 months; diiosodecyl
phenyl phosphite was recommended,
but not designated for response
within 12 months.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of bisphenol A.
See discussion of chlorobenzene,
                                                        See discussion of chlorobenzene.
                                                        See discussion of chlorobenzene.
This rule adds 3,4-dichlorobenzo-
trifluoride to the list of
chemical substances and mixtures
for which lists and copies of
unpublished health and safety
studies must be submitted under
section 8(d).  This chemical
substance was recommended for
testing by the Interagency
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Dichloromethane
(methylene
chloride), 75-09-2
Methylene chloride
(dichloromethane,
DCM)
75-09-2
                        50 FR 11697
                        March 25, 1985
                        40 CFR Part 716
                        Final Rule - Section 8(d)
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

50 FR 42037
October 17, 1985
40 CFR, Part 754
ANPR-Section 4(f)
(Continued)

Testing Committee (ITC),  in its
Fourteenth Report to EPA,  but not
designated for 12-month review by
EPA.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
This notice announces that EPA
and other Federal agencies will
conduct a regulatory investiga-
tion of methylene chloride to
determine whether it presents an
unreasonable risk to human health
or the environment and if
regulatory controls are needed to
eliminate or reduce exposures to
it.

The Agency announced in the
Federal Register of May 14, 1985
(50 FR 20126) its decision to
initiate a priority review under
section 4(f) for risks of human
cancer from certain exposures to
methylene chloride.

With issuance of this notice, EPA
initiates appropriate action as
required by section 4(f).  The
investigation not only includes
the section 4(f) exposure
categories, but has also been
expanded to include all other
exposures.  The Agency is
exploring regulatory alternatives
under TSCA and other applicable
statutes administered by EPA.
EPA will also consider, in
cooperation with other agencies,
the applicability of statutes
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                CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt of  Rule
        (key points)
1,2-Dichloropro-
pane,  78-87-5
1,2-Dichloropro-
pane, 78-87-5
Diethylene glycol
butyl ether,  112-
34-5
                       50 FR 42037
                       October 17, 1985
                       40 CFR, Part 754
                       ANPR-Section 4(f)
49 FR 899
January 6,  1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section  4(a)
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 224
November 19, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
(Continued)

administered by other  agencies  to
prevent or reduce risks  of
exposures to this chemical.

EPA is proposing that  manufac-
turers and processors  conduct
health and environmental effects
tests for 1,2-dichloropropane.
Health effects tests include
neurotoxicity, mutagenicity,
teratogenicity,  and reproductive
effects tests.  Environmental
effects tests include  acute and
chronic toxicity tests for
aquatic invertebrates, and an
aquatic plant test.  This notice
constitutes  EPA's response to the
Interagency  Testing Committee's
(ITC) designation of 1,2-di-
chloropropane for priority
consideration for testing.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
Diethylenetriamine,
111-40-0
50-FR 21398
May 23, 1985
40 CFR 23.5 Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)
Diethylenetriamine
(DETA)
111-40-0
51 FR 12344
April 10, 1986
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
Diethylenetriamine
111-40-0
50 FR 21413
May 23, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
This Phase 1 final test rule
constitutes EPA's final decision
concerning the testing needs for
diethylenetriamine (DETA),  as
recommended by the Interagency
Testing Committee, for all
effects except carcinogenicity.

This rule establishes testing
requirements for manufacturers
and processors of diethylenetri-
amine consisting of (1) oral
subchronic (90-day) toxicity in
at least one mammalian species,
(2) dermal absorption in the same
mammalian species used for  the
subchronic testing, (3) chemical
fate under aerobic conditions,
and (4) mutagenicity (including
tests for both gene mutations and
chromosomal aberrations).

EPA has issued a final rule
requiring manufacturers and
processors of diethylenetriamine
(DETA) to test this chemical for
oral subchronic (90-day)
toxicity, dermal absorption,
chemical fate, and mutagenicity
(both gene mutation and
chromosomal aberration).  The
Agency is now proposing that the
study plans and schedules for
these tests that were submitted
by an industry consortium be
adopted, with certain provisions,
as the test standards and
reporting deadlines for DETA
under this test rule.

EPA is proposing that manufac-
turers and processors of
diethylenetriamine (DETA) conduct
chronic oncogenicity bioassays of
this substance in both rats and
mice.  This procedure will be
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Diethylenetri-
amine,  111-40-0
Diisopropyl
biphenyl,  69009-
90-1
2,3-Diraetho-
xstrychnidin-10-
one
357-57-3

1,3-Dioxolane,
646-06-0
                       50 FR 21413
                       May 23, 1985
                       40 CFR Part 799
                       Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 22286
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 54624
December 3, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
(Continued)

required if positive test results
are obtained for the chemical  in
certain of the mutagenicity
assays required for DETA in the
chemical's final Phase  I test
rule.

DETA is proposed for testing
because the Interagency Testing
Committee (ITC) designated it  for
priority consideration  in its
Eighth Report.  The ITC
recommended that DETA be tested
for the following health
effects:  chronic effects,
reproductive effects, and
teratogenicity.

Oncogenicity bioassay testing  of
DETA is being proposed  as a
single-phase test rule.

See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
See discussion of bisphenol A.
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of alkyltin
compounds.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Ethane,  1,1'-
[methylenebis(oxy)]
bis[2-chloro-
111-91-1

Ethene (2-chloro-
ethoxy)-
110-75-8
Ethylene bis
(oxyethylene)  di-
acetate, 111-21-7
2-Ethylhexanoic
acid, 149-57-5
2-Ethylhexanoic
acid (ERA),
149-57-5
p-EthyItoluene,
622-96-8
51 FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CPR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

48 FR 55686
December 14, 1983
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

49 FR 22286
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

50 FR 20678
May 17, 1985
40 CFR Parts 798 and  799
Proposed Rule-Section 4
49 FR 1696
January 13,  1984
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
See discussion of bisphenol  A.
EPA is proposing that manufac-
turers and processors conduct
health effects tests  for  this
chemical.  The proposed health
effects tests include pharma-
cokinetic studies,  and 90-day
subchronic toxicity and
developmental toxicity tests.
This notice constitutes EPA's
response to the Interagency
Testing Committee's designation
of EHA for priority testing
consideration.

See discussion of 7-amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4  AND 8 OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
                    Excerpt  of Rule
                      (key points)
Ethyltoluenes
25550-14-5;
Trimethylbenzenes:
(1,2,3-TMB),  526-
73-8; (1,3,5-TMB),
108-67-8;  (1,2,4-
TMB), 95-63-6;  and
the C9 aromatic
hydrocarbon
fraction
50 FR 20662
May 17, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section
4(a)
Ethyltoluenes,
Trimethylbenzenes,
and the C9
hydrocarbon
fraction
51 FR 10557
March 27, 1986
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
EPA issued a final test rule
requiring the manufacturers and
processors of the C9 aromatic
hydrocarbon fraction obtained
from the reforming of crude
petroleum, other than those who
manufacture and process this
fraction solely as an impurity,
to test the C9 aromatic
hydrocarbon fraction for
neurotoxicity, mutagenicity,
developmental toxicity,
reproductive effects, and
oncogenicity (unless certain
mutagenicity test results are
negative).  This rule required
that testing of the C9 aromatic
hydrocarbon fraction be performed
according to protocols submitted
to and approved by the Agency.

EPA has issued a final rule for
the first phase of a two-phase
test rule under section 4(a),
that requires that manufacturers
and processors of the C9 aromatic
hydrocarbon fraction (C9
fraction), obtained from the
reforming of crude petroleum,
test the C9 fraction for
neurotoxicity, mutagenicity,
developmental toxicity,
reproductive effects, and
oncogenicity (unless certain
mutagenicity test results are
negative).  The Agency is now
proposing that the protocols sub-
mitted by the American Petroleum
Institute (API), with minor addi-
tions as proposed by the Agency,
be adopted as the test standards
for the C9 fraction under this
test rule.  The Agency is also
proposing schedules for the
testing.  This notice begins the
second phase of the C9 fraction
test rule.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Mixed ethytolu-
enes, 25550-14-5
Fluoroacetic acid,
sodium salt
62-74-8
Fluoroalkenes
This category is
defined as fluoro-
alkenes of the
general formula:
CnH2n-xFx where n
equals 2 or 3 and
x equals 1 to 6.
As of Marach 30,
1983, this
category includes,
but is not limited
to, the following
four fluoroalkenes
and any category
members reported
as confidential
for the TSCA
Inventory.  Any
substances fitting
the category
definition added
to the TSCA
Inventory after
March 30, 1983,
are also subject
to this subpart.
Tetrafluoroethene,
116-14-3; Hexa-
fluoropropene,
116-15-4; Tri-
fluoroethene, 359-
11-5; Trifluoro-
methylethene, 677-
21-4.
49 FR 1696
January 13,  1984
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
See discussion of 7-amino-
2,2-dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzo-
furan.
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8  OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Fluoroalkenes
(vinylfluoride),
75-02-5;
Vinylidene fluo-
ride,
75-38-7;
Hexafluoropropene,
116-15-4;
Tetrafluoroethane,
116-14-3
Formamide, 75-12-7
Glycidol and its
derivatives;
Oxiranecarboxylic
acid, 3-methyl-
3-phenyl-ethyl
ester, 77-83-8;
Oxirane,
2,2'-[1,3-phenyl~
enebis (oxyme thy1-
ene)] bis-, 101-
90-6; 2-Propenoic
acid, oxiranyl-
methyl ester, 106-
90-1; 2-Propenoic
acid, 2-methyl-,
oxiranylmethyl
ester, 106-91-2;
Oxirane [(2 pro-
penyloxy) methyl]-,
106-92-3; Oxirane-
carboxylic acid,
50 FR 46133
November 6, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Test Rule-Section
4(a)
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
This document proposes to require
testing for certain health
effects for the fluoroalkenes:
vinyl fluoride (VF), vinylidene
fluoride (VDF), hexafluoropropene
(HFP), and tetrafluoroethene
(TFE).  Proposed testing consists
of reproductive effects testing
for VDF, subchronic toxicity
testing for HFP, chronic
oncogenicity bioassays for VF and
VDF, tiered mutagenicity testing
for VF, VDF, HFP, and TFE and,
depending on the outcome of the
mutagenicity testing, chronic
oncogenicity bioassays for HFP
and TFE.

See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
 (continued)

 3-phenyl-, ethyl
 ester, 121-39-1;
 Oxirane,  (phenoxy-
 methyl)-, 122-60-
 1; Disiloxane
 1,1,3,3-tetra-
 methyl-1,3-bis(3-
 oxiranylmethoxy)
 propyl]-, 126-80-
 7; Oxiranemetha-
 nol, 556-52-5;
 Oxirane,  (methoxy-
 methyl)-, 930-37-
 0; Oxirane,
 2,2'-[(1-methyl-
 ethylidene) bi s
 (4,1-phenyleneoxy-
 methylenelbis-,
 1675-54-3;
 Oxirane,
 [2-methylphenoxy)
 methyl]-, 2210-79-
 9; Oxirane,
 2,2'-[1,2-ethane-
 diylbis(oxymethyl-
 ene)]bis-, 2224-
 15-9; Oxirane,
 2,2'-[oxybis
 (methylene)]bis-,
 2238-07-05;
 Oxirane,
 2,2'-[1,4-phenyl-
 ene bis(oxy-
 methylene)]bis-,
 2425-01-6;
 Oxirane,
 2,2",4-butanediyl-
 bis(oxymethyl-
 ene)] bis, 2425-
 79-8; Oxirane,
 (butoxymethy1)-,
 2426-08-6;
.Oxirane,
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
Excerpt of Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

[[(2-ethylhexyl)
oxy]methyl]-,
2461-15-6;
Oxirane,  [dodecyl-
oxy methyl]-,
2461-18-9;  Silane,
trimethoxy
[3-(oxiranyl-
methoxy)propyl]-,
2530-83-8;  Silane,
diethoxymethyl
[ 3-oxiranylmeth-
oxy)propyl]-,
2897-60-1;
Oxirane[4-(1,1-di-
methylethyl)
phenoxy]methyl]-,
3101-60-8;
Oxirane(ethoxy
methyl)-, 4016-11-
9; Oxirane
 [ 1-methylethoxy)
methyl]-, 4016-14-
2; Oxiranemetham-
anine, N-
 14-oxiranyImeth-
oxy)pheny1 ] -N-
 (oxiranylmethy1)-,
5026-74-4;  Oxirane
 [ (4-nitrophenoxy)
methyl]-, 5255-75-
4; 1,2-Cyclohex-
anedicarboxylic
acid, bis(oxiran-
yImethyl)ester,
5493-45-8;  Pro-
pane , 1,2-epoxy-3-
 (p-monylphenoxy)-,
6178-32-1;
1,2-Benzenedicar-
boxylic acid,  bis
 (oxiranylmethyl)
ester, 7195-45-1;
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

Oxirane,
2,2',2",2'"-[1,2-
ethenadilidenete-
trakis (4,1-phen-
yleoxymethyl-
ene)tetrakis-,
7328-97-4;
Trisiloxane,
1,1,1,3,5,5,5-
heptamethyl-3-[3-
oxiranyImethoxy)
propyl]-, 7422-52-
8; Benzenesulfenyl
chloride, 2-nitro-,
7665-72-7;
Oxirane, 2,2',2-
[1,2,3-propane-
triltris(oxymeth-
ylene)]tris-,
13236-02-7;
Oxirane,
2,2'-(oxiranyl-
methoxy)-1,3-phen-
ylenelbis methyl-
ene)]bis-,  13561-
08-5; Cyclohexane,
1,4-bis(2,3-epoxy-
propoxy)methyl]-,
14228-73-0;
Oxirane[(hexadecyl
oxy)methyl]-,
15965-99-8;
Oxirane,[(octade-
cyloxy)methyl]-,
16245-97-9;
Oxirane,
2,2'-[(2,2-di-
methyl-1, 3-pro-
panediyl)bis(oxy
methylene))bis-,
17557-23-2;
Silane,
•[ 3- (2,3-epoxypro-
47 PR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CPR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued

poxy)propyl]ethoxy
dimethyl-, 17963-
04-1;  Oxirane,
[ (2,4-dibromophen-
oxy)methyl]-,
20217-01-0;
Oxirane,
2,2'-[(1-methyl-
ethylidene)bis
(4,1-phenyleneoxy-
methylene)Ibis-,
25085-99-8;
Oxirane,  [(methyl-
phenoxy)methy1 ] -,
26447-14-3; 2,4-
Imidazolidinedine,
5,5-dimethyl-
3- [oxiranylmeth-
oxy)propyl]-
1-(oxiranylmeth-
yl),32568-89-1;
Oxirane,  [(1,2-
dibromopropoxy)
methyl]-, 35243-
89-1; 2,4-Imidazo-
lidinedione, 3,3'-
 [2-(oxiranylmeth-
oxy)-1,3-propane-
diyl]bis[5,5-di-
methyl-1-(oxiran-
ylmethyl)-38304-
52-8; [Tetra-
decyloxy]methyl]-,
38954-75-5;
Oxirane,
2,2-[methylenebis
 (phenyleneoxymeth-
ylene)]bis-,
39817-09-9;
Oxirane,
2,2'[methylenebis
 (2,1-phenyleneoxy-
methylene)]bi s -,
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
( Continued )

54208-63-8;
Oxirane , [ ( 9-octa-
decenyloxy) meth-
yl]-, (2)-,  60501-
41-9; Oxirane,
[[4-(1-methyl-
1 -phenylethyl )
phenoxy ] methyl ] - ,
61578-04-9;
Oxirane ,  2,2'-
[ [ [2-(oxiranyl-
methoxy ) pheny 1 ] -
methylene]bis-
(4,1 -phenylene
oxymethylene ) ]
bis-, 67786-03-2;
Oxirane,  mono
   10-18~
alky loxy) methyl
derivatives,
68081-84-5;
Oxirane ,
2,2' ,2" [propylidyne
tris (4,1 -pheny lene-
oxymethylene ) ] -
tris-, 68517-02-2;
Oxirane,  2',2',2"-
tpropylidynetris
(4,1 -pheny leneoxy
methylene ) ] tris-,
68609-96-1;
Oxirane,  mono
[(C12_14-alkyl-
oxy) methyl]
derivatives,
68609-97-2;
Oxirane,  2, 2", 2"-
[1,2, 6-hexanetri-
lytris ( oxymethyl-
ene)] tris-,
68959-23-9;
Oxirane ,  mono [ ( Cg_
47" FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
(Continued)

methyl]  deriva-
tives,  68987-80-4;
Tetrasiloxane,
1,1,1,3,5,7,7,7-
octamethy1-3,5-
bis[3-(oxiranyl-
methoxyl)propyl]-,
69155-42-6;  Poly
(oxy-1,2-ethanedi-
yl), &-[4-(oxiran-
ylmethoxy)-benzo-
yl]-w-[[4-(oxiran-
ylmethoxy)benzo-
yl]oxy]-, 69943-
75-5; Oxirane,
2,2'-[(1-methyl-
ethylidene)
bis[4,1-phenyl-
eneoxy[1-(butoxy-
methyl)-2,1-eth-
anediyl]oxymeth-
ylene]]bis,  71033-
08-04;  Oxirane,
2,2'-[(1-methyl-
ethylidene)bis-
 [4,1-phenyleneoxy-
3,1-propanediyl-
oxy-4,1-phenyl-
ene (1-methylethyl-
idene)-4,1-phenyl-
eneoxymethylene]]
bis-, 72319-24-5.

Glycidol and its
derivatives;
Glycidol, 556-52-
5;

Glycidyl ethers

Resorcinol
diglycidyl ether,
101-90-6; Allyl
glycidyl ether.
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
48 FR 57562
December 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
The Interagency Testing Committee
designated the category "glycidol
and its derivatives"  for priority
consideration for testing,  and
recommended testing for carcino-
genic , mutagenic, teratogenic,
and other adverse health
effects.  The ITC also recom-
mended that epidemiological
studies be conducted.  EPA is
publishing this Notice to (1)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key  points)
(Continued)

106-92-3; Phenyl
glycidyl ether,
122-60-1; 1,3-Bis
[3-(2,3-epoxyprop-
oxy)propyl]
tetramethyldi-
siloxane, 126-80-
7; Methyl glycidyl
ether, 930-37-0;
Bisphenol A
diglycidyl ether,
1675-54-3;
o-Cresyl glycidyl
ether, 2210-79-9;
Ethylene glycol
diglycidyl ether,
2224-15-9;
Diglycidyl ether,
2238-07-5;
Hydroquinone
diglycidyl ether,
2425-01-6;
1,4-Butanediol
diglycidyl ether,
2425-79-8;
n-Butyl glycidyl
ether, 2426-08-3;
2-Ethylhexyl
glycidyl ether,
2461-15-6; Lauryl
glycidyl ether,
2461-18-9; 3-(Tri-
methoxysilyl) prop-
yl glycidyl ether,
2530-83-8;
3-(Methyldiethoxy-
silyDpropyl
glycidyl ether,
2897-60-1; p-tert-
Butylphenyl
glycidyl ether,
3101-60-8; 2-Meth-
ylol-4,4'-isoprop-
48 FR 57562
December 30,  1983
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section  4(a)
(Continued)

inform the public of the
rationale EPA proposes to use in
its selection of chemicals from
this category for testing; (2)
define the testing EPA is
considering proposing; and (3)
seek public comment on EPA's plan
to propose a test rule for this
category of chemical substances.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt  of Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

ylidenediphenol
diglycidyl ether,
3188-83-8;
Glycerol 1,3-di-
glycidyl ether,
3568-29-4; Ethyl
glycidyl ether,
4016-11-9;
Isopropyl glycidyl
ether, 4016-14-2;
4-(Diglycidyl-
amino) phenyl
glycidyl ether,
5026-74-4; p-
Nitrophenyl
glycidyl ether,
5255-75-4; p-
Nonylphenyl
glycidyl ether,
6178-32-1;
1,1,2,2-Tetra(p-
hydroxyphenyl)
ethane tetra-
glycidyl ether,
7328-97-4; 3-[Bis-
 (trime thy 1 s i loxy)
methy1]propy1
glycidyl ether,
7422-52-8; tert-
Butyl glycidyl
ether, 7665-72-7;
Glycerol tri-
glycidyl ether,
 13236-02-7;
2,6-Diglycidyl-
phenyl glycidyl
ether, 13561-08-5;
 1,4-Bis[(glycidoxy)
methyl] cyclohexane,
 14228-73-0; Hexa-
decyl glycidyl
ether, 15965-99-8;
•n-Octadecyl
48 FR 57562
December 30, 1983
40 CPR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt  of Rule
 (key points)
 (Continued)

 glycidyl ether,
 16245-97-9;
 Neopentyl glycol
 diglycidyl ether,
 17557-23-2;
 3-(Dimethyleth-
 oxysily1)propy1
 glycidyl ether,
 17963-04-1;
 2,4-Dibromophenyl
 glycidyl ether,
 20217-01-0;
 2,6-Dibromo-
 4-methylphenyl
 glycidyl ether,
 22421-59-6; Cresyl
 glycidyl ether
 (mixed isomers),
 26447-14-3;
 3-(2-Glycidoxyprop-
 yl)-1-glycidyl-
 5,5-dimethylhy-
 dantoin, 32568-89-
 1; 1,2-Dibromoprop-
 yl glycidyl ether
 35243-89-1;
 1,3-Bis(5,5-dimeth-
 yl-1-glycidylhydan-
 toin-3-yl)-2-gly-
 cidyloxypropane,
 38304-52-8; Tetra-
 decyl glycidyl
 ether, 38954-75-5;
 Bisphenol F digly-
 cidyl ether,  54208-
 63-8; Oleyl
 glycidyl ether,
 60501-41-9;
 p-CumyIpheny1
 glycidyl ether,
 61578-04-9; 2,2'-
 [[[2-Oxiranylmeth-
•oxy) pheny 1 ] me th -
48 FR 57562
December 30,  1983
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
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                  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                              UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

ylenelbis-
(4,1-phenyleneoxy-
methylene)]bis-
(oxirane), 67786-
03-2; Alkyl (C10-
C16)glycidyl
ether, 68081-84-5|
1,3-Dimethylbutyl
glycidyl ether,
68134-06-5;
6-Methylheptyl
glycidyl ether,
68134-07-6;
Tris(4-hydroxy-
phenyl)propane
triglycidyl ether,
68517-02-2; Alkyl
 (C8-C10)glycidyl
ether, 68609-96-1;
Alkyl (C12-C14)
 glycidyl  ether,
 68609-97-2;
 1,2,6-Hexanetriol
 triglycidyl ether,
 68959-23-9; Alkyl
 (C6-C12)  glycidyl
 ether, 68987-80-4;
 1,1,1,3,5,7,7,7-Oc-
 tamethyl-3,5-bis
 (6,7-epoxy-4-oxa-
 heptyDtetrasi-
 loxane,  69155-42-
 6;  2,2-Bis[p-
 (2-glycidyloxy-
 3-butoxypropyl-
 oxy)phenyl]pro-
 pane, 71033-08-4;
 3-[(3-Chloro-
 propyDdimeth-
 oxysilyl] propyl
 glycidyl ether,
 71808-64-5; 2,2'-
  ['(1-Methylethyl-
48 FR 57562
December 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
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                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
(Continued)

idene)bis[4,1-
phenyleneoxy-3,1-
propanediyloxy-
4,1-phenylene(1-
methylethylidene)-
4,1-phenyleneoxy-
methylene]]bis(ox-
irane), 72319-24-5;
2,4-Dibromo-6-meth-
ylphenyl glycidyl
ether, 75150-13-9

  Glycidyl Esters

Glycidyl acrylate,
106-90-1; Glycidyl
methacrylate, 106-
91-2? Diglycidyl
ester of hexahydro-
phthalic acid,
5493-45-8;
Diglycidyl ester of
phthalic acid,
7195-45-1; Glycidyl
ester of neodecano-
ic acid, 26761-45-
5; 1,2,3-Propane-
triyl ester of 12-
(oxiranyImethoxy)-
9-octadecenoic
acid, 74398-71-3

Haloalky epoxide
428-25-8
48 FR 57562
December 30,  1983
40 CPR Part 799
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking -  Section  4(a)
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)
See discussion of  Acetonitrile.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Halogenated alkyl
epoxides (halo-
genated noncyclic
aliphatic hydro-
carbons with one
or more epoxy
functional
groups):  Oxirane
(chloromethyl)-
106-89-8; Oxirane,
trifluoro(trifluo-
romethyl)-, 428-
59-1; Oxirane,
(2,2,2-trichloro-
ethyl)-, 3083-25-
8; Oxirane,
bromomethyl-,
3132-64-7.

Hexachloro-1,3-
butadiene, 87-68-3
Hexachlorocyclo-
pentadiene,
77-47-4
Hexachlorocyclo-
pentadiene,
77-47-4;
Butyl glycolyl
butyl phthalate,
85-70-1;
Chlorendic acid,
115-28-6;
Trifluoroethene,
359-11-5;
Trifluoromethyl-
ethene,  677-21-4;
Hexachloroethane,
67-72-1;
Tris(2-chloroethyl)
phosphi te, 140-08-9
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile,
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 39666
September 30, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Interim Final Rule-Section
8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile!
EPA is terminating the  reporting
periods for seven substances  by
removing them from the  list of
substances and mixtures in the
section 8(d) model Health and
Safety Data Reporting rule (40
CFR Part 716).  EPA has deter-
mined that the Agency no longer
needs continuing health and
safety data reporting on these
seven substances.  Removing a
substance from the section 8(d)
model rule eliminates most of the
reporting requirements  for
current and prospective manu-
facturers, importers, and
processors of the substance.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs  AND FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Hexachlorocyclo-
pentadiene,
77-47-4
51  FR 1233
January 9, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - 8(d)
Hexachloroethane,
67-72-1
1,2,3,4,7,7-Hexa-
chloronorbornadi-
ene (HEX-BCH),
3389-71-7
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 7351
February 22, 1985
40 CFR Parts 704 and 721
Proposed Rule - Section  8(a)
Hexachloronorborn-
adiene (HEX-BCH)
3389-71-7
50 FR 47534
November 19, 1985
40 CFR Parts 704 and 721
Final Rule-Section 8(a)
EPA is revising the decision to
remove hexachlorocyclopentadiene
(HCCPD) from the list of
substances and mixtures in the
section 8(d) model Health and
Safety Data Reporting rule (40
CFR Part 716).  The decision is
based on comments received in
response to the final rule.

EPA is retaining HCCPD on the
8(d) list.

See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
This proposed rule would require
certain manufacturers,  importers,
and processors of hexachloronor-
bornadiene (HEX-BCH) to submit a
report that would allow EPA to
monitor the volume of HEX-BCH
manufactured, imported, and
processed, the number of
individuals exposed to HEX-BCH,
the manner of its environmental
release, and the method of its
disposal.  EPA would evaluate the
reported information to determine
if further regulatory action is
needed.

EPA is requiring certain manufac-
turers, importers, and processors
of hexachloronorbornadiene to
submit a report to EPA, and other
manufacturers, importers, and
processors of HEX-BCH to submit a
significant new use notice under
section 5(a).  The reports and
notices will allow EPA to
monitor:  the volume of HEX-BCH
manufactured, imported, and
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt  of  Rule
         (key  points)
1,2,3,4,7,7-Hexa-
chloronorbornadi-
ene,  3389-71-7
Hexafluoropropylene
oxide (HFPO),  428-
59-1
Hydroperoxide,
1-methyl-1-phenyl-
ethyl-
80-15-9

Hydroquinone, 123-
31-9
                        50 FR  47534
                        November  19,  1985
                        40 CFR Parts  704 and 721
                        Final  Rule-Section  8(a)
48 FR 55686
December 14, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 57686
December 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 53145
December 30, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)
(Continued)

processed; the number of
individuals exposed to HEX-BCH;
the manner of its environmental
release; and the method of its
disposal.  EPA will evaluate  the
reported information to determine
if further regulatory action  is
needed.

See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
The Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) recommended that EPA
consider requiring health  effects
testing of halogenated alkyl
epoxides.  EPA is proposing that
the manufacturers and processors
of hexafluoropropylene oxide
(HFPO), one member of the
category of halogenated alkyl
epoxides, test HFPO for
mutagenicity,  oncogenicity, and
reproductive effects.
Teratogenicity and epidemiology
testing were not recommended.

See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
On January 4, 1984, the EPA
proposed that manufacturers and
processors of hydroquinone
conduct health and environmental
effects testing of that chemical
(39 FR 438).  EPA has reviewed
the comments on the proposal as
well as new testing results and
additional data that have become
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
                        50-FR 53145
                        December 30, 1985
                        40 CFR Part 799
                        Final Rule-Section 4(a)
Hydroquinone,  123-
31-9
50 FR 53160
December 30,  1985
40 CFR Parts  798 and  799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
Hydroquinone,  123-
31-9
50 FR 53160
December 30,  1985
40 CFR Parts  798 and  799
Proposed Rule-Section 4
(Continued)

available since the publication
of the proposed rule.  Based on
these reviews, the Agency is
today promulgating a final test
rule that requires manufacturers
and processors of hydroquinone to
evaluate hydroquinone's
toxicokinetics and to determine
its potential to produce nervous
system, reproductive, and
teratogenic effects.

This document proposes  that
certain test guidelines and
industry-submitted guidelines be
used as the test standards for
the required studies for
hydroquinone and that test data
be submitted within specified
time frames.

This document proposes  that cer-
tain test guidelines and
industry-submitted guidelines be
used as the test standards for
the required studies for hydro-
quinone and that test data be
submitted within specified time
frames.  In the final test rule
for hydroquinone; the required
testing includes toxicokinetics,
developmental toxicity, reproduc-
tive effects and nervous system
effects.

EPA is proposing that the toxico-
kinetic testing be conducted
according to the toxicokinetic
guideline under 40 CFR 798.7650,
which is contained in this
proposed test standard.  The
required toxicokinetic studies,
via dermal and oral routes of
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            CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                        UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
Chemical
  Rule
Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
                   50 FR 53160
                   December 30, 1985
                   40 CFR Parts 798 and 799
                   Proposed Rule-Section 4
                          (Continued)

                          exposure,  will allow the Agency
                          to reasonably predict the toxico-
                          kinetic  behavior of hydroquinone.
                          In addition, the National
                          Toxicology Program (NTP) is
                          currently  performing a two-year
                          bioassay on hydroquinone via an
                          oral exposure route.  Since
                          gavage studies are generally not
                          designed to provide information
                          on either  the rate or extent of
                          absorption of a test material,
                          the toxicokinetic studies will
                          provide  data relevant to com-
                          paring the doses of hydroquinone
                          received by workers and hobbyists
                          through  dermal contact with those
                          administered internally in the
                          ongoing  NTP bioassay*

                          EPA is proposing that all data
                          developed  under this rule be
                          reported in accordance with its
                          final TSCA Good Laboratory
                          Practice (GLP) standards, which
                          appear in  40 CFR Part 792,
                          published  in the Federal Register
                          of November 29, 1983 (48 FR
                          53922).

                          Specific reporting requirements
                          for each of the proposed test
                          standards  follow:

                            1. The toxicokinetic tests
                               shall be completed and the
                               final results submitted to
                               the Agency within 1 year of
                               the effective date of the
                               final Phase II test rule.
                               Interim progress reports
                               shall be provided quarterly.
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            CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                       UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
Chemical
  Rule
Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
                  50 FR 53160
                  December 30, 1985
                  40 CFR Parts 798 and 799
                  Proposed Rule-Section 4
                          (Continued)

                           2. The developmental toxicity
                              test shall be completed and
                              the final results submitted
                              to the Agency within 18
                              months of the effective date
                              of the final Phase II test
                              rule.  Interim progress
                              reports shall be provided
                              quarterly.

                           3. The two-generation repro-
                              ductive effects toxicity
                              test shall be completed and
                              final results submitted to
                              the Agency within 29 months
                              of the effective date of the
                              final Phase II test rule.
                              Interim progress reports
                              shall be provided quarterly.

                           4. The neurotoxicity tests
                              shall be completed and final
                              results submitted to the
                              Agency within 1 year of the
                              effective date of the final
                              Phase II test rule.  Interiir
                              progress reports shall be
                              provided quarterly.

                          The Agency will announce receipt
                          of the data required by this rule
                          in the Federal Register within 15
                          days, as required by section
                          4(d).  Test data received
                          pursuant to this rule will be
                          made available for public
                          inspection by any person, except
                          in those cases where the Agency
                          determines that confidential
                          treatment must be accorded,
                          pursuant to section 14(b) of
                          TSCA.
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                  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                              UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
Hydroquinone,
123-31-9
Isophorone,
78-59-1
Isopropyl
biphenyl, 25640-
78-2
 3(2H) Isoxazolone,
 5-(aminomethyl)-
 2763-96-4
Lead naphthenate,
61790-14-5
Maleic anhydride,
108-31-6
 Hercaptobenzothi-
 azole, 149-30-4
 2-Hercaptobenzo-
 thiazole
 149-30-4
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 22286
May 29, 1984
40 CFR 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 24366
June 1, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 30188
July 27, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8{d)
49 FR 46741
November 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 46121
November 6, 1985
40 CFR Parts 798 and 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
See discussion of  acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of bisphenol A.
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(amihothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
This amendment adds five
chemicals to the list of chemical
substances and mixtures for which
lists and copies of unpublished
health and safety studies must be
submitted under section 8(d).

See discussion of anthraquinone.
EPA is proposing that manufac-
turers and processors of 2-
mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT) be
required to perform testing for
persistence and mobility, chronic
aquatic toxicity, pharmacokine-
tics, developmental toxicity,
reproductive toxicity, neuro-
toxicity, and chromosomal aberra-
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
                        50 FR  46121
                        November 6,  1985
                        40 CFR Parts 798 and 799
                        Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
Mesityl oxide
(MO), 141-79-7
50 FR 51857
December 20,  1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)
Mesityl oxide
(MO), 141-79-7
50 FR 51888
December 20,  1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section  4(a)
 (Continued)

 tions«  This proposed rule is in
 response to the Interagency
 Testing Committee's (ITC's)
 designation of MBT for priority
 consideration for chemical fate
 and environmental effects
 testing.

 EPA is issuing a final test rule
 establishing testing requirements
 for manufacturers and processors
 of mesityl oxide (MO).  Testing
 requirements include (1)
 inhalation subchronic (90-day)
 toxicity in at least one
 mammalian species,  (2) muta-
 genicity (including tests for
 both gene mutations and
 chromosomal aberrations) and (3)
 oncogenicity (if certain
 mutagenicity test results are
 positive).

 EPA is proposing a change in the
 test rule process for mesityl
 oxide.  Manufacturers and
processors would still be
 required to test this chemical
 (under a final rule in 50 FR
 51857) and to submit the test
data to EPA.  However, for the
 testing requirements under this
 final rule, EPA proposes that
 manufacturers and processors
would be subject to an expedited
 single-phase rulemaking process
 instead of the usual two-phase
process.  The Agency is proposing
 the effects for which testing
will be required and is proposing
pertinent TSCA test guidelines  as
 test standards and timeframes for
 submitting test data.  (See 50  FR
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Mesityl oxide,
141-79-7
meta-Ethyltoluene/
620-14-4
Methallyl-2-
nitrophenyl ether,
13414-54-5
Methylcyclopentane,
90-37-7;
Tetrabromobis-
phenol A,
79-94-7;
Triethylene glycol
monomethyl ether,
112-35-6}
Triethylene glycol
monoethyl ether,
112-50-5?
Triethylene glycol
monobutyl ether,
143-22-6
                        50 -PR 51888
                        December  20,  1985
                        40 CFR Part 799
                        Final Rule-Section  4(a)
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 20900
May 21, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule 8(d)
(Continued)

39252.)  The oncogenicity tests,
to be triggered if certain tier  I
or II mutagenicity tests  are
positive, shall be completed,  and
the final results submitted to
the Agency 53 months after
submission of the positive
mutagenicity test results.
Interim progress reports  shall be
provided quarterly.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of 7-amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
See discussion of 7-amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
EPA is adding Methylcyclopentane,
Tetrabromobisphenol A,
Triethylene glycol monoethyl
ether, Triethylene glycol
monomethyl ether, Triethylene
glycol monoethyl ether, and
Triethylene glycol monobutyl
ether to the list of chemical
substances and mixtures for which
lists and copies of unpublished
health and safety studies must be
submitted under section 8(d).
The chemicals were recommended by
the Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) in its Sixteenth Report and
designated for priority
consideration by EPA within 1
year.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
MethyIcyclopentane
and Commercial
Hexane,  96-37-7
                       50 FR 20900
                       May 21, 1985
                       40 CFR Part 716
                       Final Rule 8(d)
51 FR 17854
May 15, 1986
40 CFR Parts 795 and  799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
(Continued)

Manufacturers and importers who
qualify as small with respect to
previously prescribed standards
are exempt from this rule under
40 CFR 712.25(c).

In response to the Interagency
Testing Committee's (ITC's)
designation of methylcyclopentane
for health effects testing, EPA
is proposing that manufacturers
and processors of MCP and of
commercial hexane (other than as
impurities) be required under
section 4(a)(1)(A) to test MCP
for neurotoxicity (schedule-
controlled operant behavior,
neuropathology, functional
observation battery, motor
activity, and developmental
neurotoxicity screen), subchronic
toxicity, and inhalation and
dermal pharmacokinetics (absorp-
tion, distribution, metabolism,
and excretion).  The Agency also
believes that it could find that
there is the potential for
substantial human exposure to MCP
from its manufacture, processing
and use as a substantial
component of commercial hexane
and other mixed hexane
products.  EPA is proposing the
testing of MCP because it is the
second largest constituent of
commercial hexane.  The largest
constituent, n-hexane, is a known
neurotoxicant undergoing testing
by the National Toxicology
Program  (NTP) for other
toxicological end-points.  The
Agency has inadequate information
to characterize the toxicity of
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8  OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
                       51 FR 17854
                       May 15, 1986
                       40 CFR Parts 795 and 799
                       Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
4,4'-Methylenebis
(2-chloroaniline)
(MBOCA),  101-14-4;
or 4,4'-Methylene-
bis (2-chloro-
benzenamine)
51 FR 13220
April 18, 1986
40 CFR Part 704
Final Rule-Section 8(a)
(Continued)

MCP.  If industry should consider
reformulating commercial hexane
to reduce its n-hexane content,
the content of MCP in the mixture
would increase.  Therefore,  the
Agency believes that testing MCP
is necessary to determine its
potential impact on human
health.  Because there is
substantial production and
widespread exposure to commercial
hexane and because current
exposure to MCP occurs primarily
following exposure to commercial
hexane, EPA is also proposing
under section 4(a)(1)(B) that
manufacturers and processors of
commercial hexane other than as
an impurity be required to
perform testing of this substance
for acute and subchronic
toxicity, oncogenicity,
reproductive toxicity,
developmental toxicity,
mutagenicity, neurotoxicity
(schedule-controlled operant
behavior, neuropathology, func-
tional observation battery, and
motor activity), and inhalation
and dermal pharmacokinetics
(absorption, distribution, meta-
bolism and excretion).

This rule establishes reporting
and recordkeeping requirements
for the chemical substance 4,4'-
methylenebis(2-chloroaniline).
As  a result,  certain persons who
propose to manufacture  MBOCA  in
the United States must  notify  EPA
and  submit information  on the
proposed manufacturing  process to
the Agency.   The  required notice
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
                       51 FR 13220
                       April 18, 1986
                       40 CFR Part 704
                       Final Rule-Section 8(a)
4,4'-Methylenebis
(2-chloroaniline)
(MBOCA),  101-14-4
51 FR 22836
June 23,  1986
40 CFR Part 764
Termination of Investigation;
Referral  to OSHA
(Continued)

will provide EPA with an
opportunity to evaluate the
proposed manner or method of
manufacturing MBOCA and, if
necessary, initiate regulatory
action under TSCA section 6 or 7
to prohibit or limit this
activity in order to reduce risk
to human health or the environ-
ment.

This final rule substitutes for a
withdrawn significant new use
rule (SNUR) that was proposed by
EPA for prospective manufacturers
of MBOCA on April 26, 1985 (50 FR
16519).

This notice announces termination
of EPA's regulatory investigation
addressing potential occupational
risks associated with the
commercial use of 4,4'-methylene-
bis(2-chloroaniline), also known
as MBOCA.  MBOCA is an aromatic
diamine-curing agent used in the
manufacture of certain poly-
urethane articles and coatings.
This action closes the Advance
Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
(ANPR) published in the Federal
Register of May 23, 1983 (48 FR
22954), which initiated the
regulatory investigation.  In
accordance with section 9(d) of
TSCA, 15 U.S.C. 2608(d), EPA is
transmitting to the Department of
Labor's Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA), for
its consideration, all informa-
tion contained in EPA's public
record.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
4,4'-Methylenedi-
aniline,  101-77-9
Methyl ethyl
ketone, 78-93-3
Methyl isobutyl
ketone, 108-10-1
Me thylolurea,
1000-82-4
Methylpyridine,
1333-41-1
2-Methylpyridine,
109-06-8
3-Methylpyridine,
108-99-6
 4-Methylpyridine,
 108-89-4
Monobutyltin
tris(isooctyl)
mercaptoacetate
25852-70-4
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 24366
June 1, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 30188
July 27, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 30188
July 27, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 30188
July 27, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 30188
July 27, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 54624
December 3, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile,
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile<
See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
See discussion of  maleic
anhydride.
See discussion of  maleic
anhydride.
See discussion of  maleic
anhydride.
See discussion of  maleic
anhydride.
See Bis(2-ethylhexyl)
terephthalate.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Nitrobenzene, 98-
95-3
7-Nitro-2,2-di-
methyl-2,3-dihy-
drobenzofuran,
13414-55-6

Non-polymeric
organic chemical
substances which
are listed on the
TSCA Chemical Sub-
stances Inventory
and which are
manufactured or
imported at an
annual volume of
10,000 Ibs. or
more per plant
site.
Oc tame thy Icy c lo-
tetrasiloxane,
556-67-2
Oc tame thyIcyclo-
tetrasiloxane
556-67-2
47 -FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8{d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 9944
March 12, 1985
40 CFR 710
Proposed Rule - Section 8(a)
49 FR 46741
November 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 45123
October 30, 1985
40 CFR Parts 797 and 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of 7-amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
Initially, manufacturers/
importers would be required to
report the most current produc-
tion volume {or amount imported),
plant site, and site-limited
status of each of the reportable
substances.  Thereafter, updated
reports would be required once
every two years if a significant
change in production volume (or
amount imported) or a significant
change in site-limited status has
occurred.  Small manufacturers/
importers, as defined in the TSCA
8(a) Small Manufacturers
Exemption Rule (40 CFR Part 704),
would be exempt from the
requirements of this proposed
rule.

See discussion of anthraquinone.
In response to the Interagency
Testing Committee's (ITC's)
designation of OMCTS for priority
testing consideration, EPA is
proposing that manufacturers and
processors conduct chemical fate
and environmental effects tests
for this chemical.  The proposed
testing includes:  biodegradation
studies and a number of
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                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Oleylanane,  112-
90-3
Oleylamine,  112-
90-3
ortho-Ethyltolu-
ene, 611-14-3
para-Ethyltoluene,
622-96-8
Oxirane (2,2,3,3,
4,4,5,5,6,6,7,7,7-
tridecafluoro-
heptyl)-
38565-52-5
                       50 FR 45123
                       October 30, 1985
                       40 CFR Parts 797 and 799
                       Proposed Rule-Section 4
49 FR 45610
November 19, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
48 FR 55686
December 14, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)

47 FR 38791
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
(Continued)

environmental effects studies
including acute toxicity studies
in fish, invertebrates,
amphipods, oysters,  and  algae;
chronic toxicity studies in fish
and invertebrates;
bioconcentration potential in
fish and oysters; and a  mallard
reproduction test.

EPA has issued a proposed test
rule under section  4(a)  of TSCA
in response to the  Interagency
Testing Committee's  designation
of oleylamine (9-octadecenyl-
amine, ODA) for health effects
testing consideration.  Manufac-
turers and processors of
oleylamine must perform  testing
for (1) developmental toxicity,
(2) 90-day dermal subchronic
toxicity, and (3) mutagenicity.

See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
See discussion of 7-amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
See discussion of 7-amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
See discussion of Acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
Pentabromoethy1-
benzene, 85-22-3
Pentabromoethyl-
benzene (PEB)
85-22-3
49 FR 46741
November 26,  1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 46785
November 13,  1985
40 CFR Parts 796 and 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
2-Phenoxyethanol,
122-99-6
Phenylened iamine
(PDA) (category):
ortho-Phenylenedi-
amine (o-PDA),
95-54-5;
meta-Phenylenedi-
amine (m-PDA),
108-45-2;
para-Phenylenedi-
amine (p-PDA),
106-50-3
48 FR 24366
June 1, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 472
January 6, 1986
40 CFR Parts 796, 797, and 795
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
See discussion of anthraquinone,
EPA is proposing that manufac-
turers and processors of penta-
bromoethylbenzene (PEB)  be
required to perform testing for
chemical fate and environmental
effects.  This proposed  rule is
in response to the Interagency
Testing Committee's (ITC's)
designation of PEB for priority
consideration for health and
environmental effects testing.

See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
EPA has proposed a test rule for
ortho-phenylenediamine, meta-
phenylenediamine, and para-
phenylenediamine.  These three
free bases and the sulfate salts
of m- and p-PDA constitute five
of the 47 phenylenediamines
(PDAs) designated by the
Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) in its Sixth Report for
priority consideration for
testing.  This action reflects
the comments submitted to EPA in
response to the Advance Notice of
Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on the
PDAs published in the Federal
Register of January 8, 1982 (47
FR 973).  Testing is proposed for
all three free bases for aquatic
oxidation rate and toxicity to
aquatic organisms.  m-PDA is also
being proposed for testing in the
Drosophila Sex-Linked Recessive
Lethal  (SLRL) test.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of  Rule
         (key  points)
p-Phenylenedi-
amine,  106-50-3
Phenylenediamines
This category is
defined as all
ni trogen-unsub-
stituted phenyl-
enediamines and
their salts with
zero to two sub-
stitutents on the
ring selected from
the same or dif-
ferent members of
the group of halo,
nitro, hydroxy,
hydroxy-lower
alkoxy, lower-
alky 1, and lower
alkoxy.  For this
purpose, the term
"lower" is defined
as a group con-
taining between
one and four
carbons.  As of
March 30, 1983,
this category
includes, but is
not limited to,
the following
phenylenediamines
and any category
members reported
as confidential
for the TSCA
Inventory.  Any
substances fitting
the category
definition added
to the TSCA
Inventory after
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of benzyl butyl
phthalate.
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                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
                   Excerpt of  Rule
                    (key  points)
(Continued)

March 30, 1983,
are also subject
to this subpart.
o-Diaminobenzene,
95-54-5;
2,5-Diamino-
toluene, 95-70-5;
1,3-Diamino-4-
methylbenzene, 95-
80-7;
j£-Phenylene-
diamine,4-chloro,
95-83-0;
j3_-Phenylenedi-
amine,4-nitro,
99-56-9;
3,5-Diaminotoluene,
108-71-4;
jn_-Diaminobenzene,
108-45-2;
2,4-Diaminophenol
dihydrochloride,
137-09-7;
1,2-Diamino-
4-methylbenzene,
496-72-0;
jn-Phenylenediamine
sulfate (1:1), 541-
70-8;
jm-Pheny lened i-
ammonium dichlor-
ide, 541-69-5;
jn-Phenylenedi-
amine, 4-methoxy-
dihydrochloride,
614-94-8;
n^-Pheny lenedi -
amine, 4-methoxy,
615-05-4;
1,2-Phenylene-
diamine dihydro-
chloride ,
•615-28-1;
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section
8(d)
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                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt  of Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

1,4-Benzenediamine
2-methyl-,
dihydrochloride,
615-45-2;
p-Phenylenediamine
2-chloro-,
dihydrochloride,
615-46-3;
2,5-Diaminotoluene
sulfate,  615-50-9;
p-Phenylenediamine
dihydrochloride,
624-18-0;
2,6-Diamino-1-
methylbenzene,
823-40-5;
o-Phenylenediamine
4-ethoxy,
1197-37-1;
1,2-Diamino-3-
methyIbenzene,
2887-25-4;
oj-Phenylenedi-
amine, 4-butyl,
3663-23-8;
jn-Pheny lenedi -
amine, 5-nitro,
5042-55-7;
a-Phenylenedi-
amine, 4 nitro,
5131-58-8;
^-Phenylenediamine
4-chloro,51 31-60-
2; j>-Diamino-
anisole,5307-
02-8; £-Phenyl-
enediamine
2-nitro,
5307-14-2;
jmjPhenylenediamine
2-nitro,
6219-67-6;
p_-Phenylenediamine
48'PR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
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                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OP TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
                   Excerpt of  Rule
                    (key  points)
(Continued)

2-chloro-, sulfate,
6219-71-2?
£-Phenylenediamine
4-nitro-, sulfate,
6219-77-8;
1,4-Benzenediamine
2-methyl-, sulfate,
6369-59-1;
4,6-Diamino-o-
cresol/
15872-73-8;
£-Phenylenediamine
sulfate,
16245-77-5;
j>-Phenylenediamine
2-nitro-, dihydro-
chloride,
18266-52-9;
j>_-Phenylenedi-
amine, 2,5-
dichloro-,
20103-09-7;
Diaminotoluene,
25376-45-8;
2,4-Diaminoanisole
sulfate,
39156-41-7;
1,2-Benzenedi-
amine, 5-
chloro-3-nitro-,
42389-30-0;
1,4-benzene-
diamine, ethane-
dioate (1:1),
62654-17-5;
4,6-Diamino-2-
methyIphenol,
hydrochloride,
65879-44-9;
Ethanol, 2-(2,4-
diaminophenoxy)-,
dihydrochloride,
66422-95-5;
48 FR 13178
March 30,  1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section
8(d)
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                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
(Continued)

1,3-Benzenedi-
amine,  4-
ethoxy-, di-
hydrochloride,
67801-06-3;
1,3-Benzenediamine
4-ethoxy-,  sulfate
(1:1),  68015-98-5;
m-Phenylenediamine
4-chloro-,  sulfate,
68239-80-5; 1,2-
Benzenediamine
4-nitro-,  sulfate
(1:1),  68239-82-7;
1,4-Benzenediamine
2-nitro-,  sulfate
(1:1),  68239-83-8;
1,2-Benzenediamine
4-chloro-,  sulfate
(1:1),  68459-98-3;
1,3-Benzenedi-
amine,  ar-ethyl-
ar-methyl,  68966-
84-7.

Phosphoric acid,
tributyl ester,
126-73-8;
Cyclohexane,
110-82-7;
2,6-di-tert-Buty1-
phenol, 128-39-2
48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CPR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
51 FR 18323
May 19, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)
In its Eighteenth Report, the
Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) recommended that EPA give
priority consideration to
phosphoric acid, tributyl ester,
in promulgating a chemical test
rule.  To assist EPA in its
determination of which, if any,
tests are needed for this sub-
stance, EPA is adding this sub-
stance to the section 8(d) Health
and Safety Data Reporting Rule.
This rule will require
manufacturers, importers, and
processors of this substance to
report unpublished health and
safety data to EPA.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
                        51 FR  18323
                        May  19,  1986
                        40 CFR Part 716
                        Final  Rule-Section 8(d)
Phosphorodithioic
acid, O,0-diethyl
S-methyl ester
3288-58-2

Polybrominated
biphenyls,  67774-
32-7
51 FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section  8(d)

45 FR 70728
October 24,  1980
40 CFR Part  704
Final Rule - Section  8(a)
Polychlorinated
biphenyls
1336-36-3
50 FR 13393
April 4, 1985
40 CFR Part 761
Proposed Rule-Section  4
(Continued)

The ITC also announced that two
chemicals that had been
recommended with intent-to-
designate by the ITC in its
Seventeenth Report, are now
designated for response within 12
months.  These are cyclohexane
and 2,6-di-tert-butylphenol.

See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
This rule requires that the EPA
be notified of any manufacture or
importation of polybrominated
biphenyls (PBBs)  and tris (2,3-
dibromopropyl) phosphate
(Tris).  The purpose is to
confirm that there are no
significant sources of these
substances and to ensure that EPA
has the opportunity to
investigate the circumstances of
any resumption of production.

EPA has incorporated by reference
certain American Society for
Testing and Materials (ASTM) test
methods in the polychlorinated
biphenyl (PCB) regulations.  The
test method ASTM D3178-73 has
been revised by ASTM.  EPA is
proposing that the revised method
be used to meet particular PCB
testing requirements and invites
comments on the revised method.
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                             UNDER SECTIONS 4  AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key points)
Polychlorinated
terphenyls
(polychlorinated
ortho-,  meta-, and
para- terphenyls);
Aroclor  5460,
11126-42-4;
Aroclor  5442,
12642-23-8,-
Terphenyl,
chlorinated,
61788-33-8.

Polyhalogenated
Dibenzo-p-
dioxins/Dibenzo-
furans

The following
chemicals proposed
for testing are
listed below with
their CAS registry
number,  where
available:

  Tetrabromobis-
  phenol-A
  79-94-7

  2,4-Dichloro-
  phenoxy
  acetic acid
  94-75-7

  2,4-Dichloro-
  phenoxybutyric
  acid
  94-82-6

  2,3,5,6-Tetra-
  chloro-2,5-
  cyclohexadiene-
  1,4-dione
  118-75-2
47 PR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CPR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of acetonitrile.
50 FR 51794
December 19, 1985
40 CFR Part 766
Proposed Rules-Sections 4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
This document proposes to require
manufacturers and importers of 14
commercial organic chemicals to
test for the presence of certain
chlorinated and brominated
dibenzo-p-dioxins (dioxins) and
dibenzofurans (furans).  In
addition, this testing will be
required for 20 other commercial
organic chemicals not currently
manufactured or imported
commercially in the United States
should their manufacture or
importation resume.

EPA also proposes, under section
8(a) of TSCA, to require
manufacturers and importers of
the 14 commercially produced
chemicals to submit existing test
data on contamination of these
chemicals with dioxins or furans
and to require similar
information on the 20 other
chemicals, should commercial
manufacture or importation
resume.  EPA also proposes to
require under section 8(d) that
all chemical manufacturers submit
health and safety studies on any
dibenzo-p-dioxins and/or
dibenzofurans.
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                         .   UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
(Continued)

  2,4,6-Tribromo-
  phenol
  118-79-6

  2,4-Dichloro-
  phenol
  120-83-2

  Decabromodi-
  phenyloxide
  1163-19-5

  Tetrabromobis-
  phenol-A-
  bisethoxylate
  4162-45-2

  Tetrabromobis-
  phenol-A-bis-
  2,3-dibromo-
  propyl  ether
  21850-44-2

  Ethyl ether of
  tetrabromobis-
  phenol-A
  25327-89-3

  Pentabromodi-
  phenyloxide
  32534-81-9

  Octabromodi-
  phenyloxide
  32536-52-0

  1,2-Bis(tribromo-
  phenoxy)-ethane
  37853-59-1

  Tetrabromobis-
  phenol-A
  diacrylate
50'FR 51794
December 19, 1985
40 CFR Part 766
Proposed Rules-Sections  4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
(Continued)

If the testing proposed under
this rule, or other valid
existing test data, shows that
any of these commercial chemicals
contain dioxins at concentrations
at or above 0.1 parts per billion
(ppb) per congener and/or furans
at or above 1.0 ppb per congener,
with respect to these chemicals,
EPA proposes to require the
submission of:  (1) production,
process, use, exposure, and
disposal data under section 8(a);
(2) unpublished health and safety
studies under section 8(d); and
(3) records of allegations of
significant adverse reactions
both to the chemicals and to the
dioxins/furans under section
8(c).

This rule also proposes, under
section 8(a), to require the
submission of production,
process, use, exposure, and
disposal data by manufacturers of
chemical products made from any
of 12 precursor chemicals, to
determine whether there is
further need for dioxin and furan
testing of the chemical products
made from these precursor
chemicals.
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                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

The following
additional
chemicals will be
tested if their
commercial
manufacture or
importation
resumes:

  Tetrachlorobis-
  phenol-A
  79-95-8

  3,4,5-
  Tribromosalicyl-
  anilide
  87-10-5

  2,6-Dichloro-
  phenol
  87-65-0

  3,4-Dichloro-
  phenol
  95-77-2

  2,4,5-Trichloro-
  phenol
  95-95-4

  2,6-Dibromo-4-
  nitrophenol
  99-28-5

  2[2,4-(Dichloro-
  phenoxy)]-
  propionic acid
  120-36-5

  3,5-Dichloro-
  salicyclic acid
  320-72-9
50 FR 51794
December 19,  1985
40 CFR Part 766
Proposed Rules-Sections  4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
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                CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER  SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

  Tetrabromo-
  catechol
  488-47-1

  2,3-Dichloro-
  phenol
  576-24-9

  2,5-Dichloro-
  phenol
  583-78-8

  Pentabromophenol
  609-71-9

  2,4-Dibromo-
  phenol
  615-56-7

  2,3,6-Trichloro-
  phenol
  933-75-5

  4-Bromo-2,5-
  dichlorophenol
  1940-42-7

  3,5-Dibromo-
  salicylanilide
  2577-72-2

  Pentachloro-
  phenyl  laurate
  3772-94-9

  Bismethylether
  of  tetrabromo-
  bisphenol-A
  37853-61-5

  Alkylamine
  tetrachloro-
  phenate
50 FR 51794
December 19,  1985
40 CFR Part  766
Proposed Rules-Sections 4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

  Tetrabromobis-
  phenol-B
The Agency
solicits comments
on whether the
substances listed
below have uses
other than as
pesticides.

Should other uses
be found, these
chemicals will be
subject to the
testing and
reporting
requirements under
this rule.

  2,2'-Methylene-
  bis(3,4,
  6-trichloro-
  phenol)
  70-30-4

  Pentachloro-
  phenol and salts
  87-86-5

  2,4,6-Trichloro-
  phenol
  88-06-2

  2,4,5-Trichloro-
  phenoxypropanoic
  acid, esters and
  salts
  93-72-1
50 FR 51794
December 19, 1985
40 CPR Part 766
Proposed Rules-Sections 4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS  4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
Excerpt of  Rule
 (key points)
(Continued)

  2,4,5-Trichloro-
  phenoxyac e ti c
  acid, esters and
  salts
  93-76-5

  2,2-Dichloropro-
  panoic acid,
  2-(2,4,5-tri-
  chlorophenoxy)-
  ethyl esters
  136-25-4

  2-(2,4-Dichloro-
  phe noxy e thy 1
  sulfate), sodium
  salts
  136-78-7

  Phosphorothioic
  acid, O,O-
  dimethyl 0-
  (2,4,5-
  trichloro-
  phenyl)ester
  299-84-3

  3,5-Dibromo-4-
  hydroxybenzo-
  nitrile
  1689-84-5

  3,6-Dichloro-o-
  anisic acid,
  dimethylamine
  salt
  2300-66-5

  o-(2-chloro-4-
  nitrophenyl) o, o-
  dimethylphosphoro-
  thioate
  2463-84-5
50 FR 51794
December 19,  1985
40 CFR Part  766
Proposed Rules-Sections 4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                          .  UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
    Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
(Continued)

  5-Chloro-2-(2,4-
  dichlorophenoxy)
  phenol
  3380-34-5

1-Propanamine
107-10-8
1-Propanami ne, N
propyl-
142-84-7
Propane,  1,1-
dichloro
78-99-9
Propane,  1,3-
dichloro
142-28-9
Propane,  2,2-
dichloro
594-20-7
Propanedinitrile
109-77-3
Propanenitrile,  2
hydroxy-2-methyl
75-86-5
50 'PR 51794
December 19, 1985
40 CFR Part 766
Proposed Rules-Sections 4,
8(a), 8(c) and 8(d)
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CF! Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
See discussion of  Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of  Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Propanol,  2,3-
dichloro-
616-23-9
1-Propanol, 2-
methyl
78-83-1
2-Propanone, 1-
bromo  •
598-31-2
1 -Propene, 1,1-
dichloro
563-58-6
1-Propene, 1,2-
dichloro
563-54-2
1-Propene, 1,1,2,
3,3,3-hexachloro-
1888-71-7
Propylene oxide
75-56-9
Propylene oxide
75-56-9
51  FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51  FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51  FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51  FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51  FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51  FR 2890
January 22,  1986
40 CFR Part  716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 48762
November 27, 1985
40 CFR Part  799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)
50 FR 48803
November 27, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-{aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-{aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-{aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-{aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
This final rule requires
manufacturers and processors of
propylene oxide to test this
chemical for developmental
toxicity.

For the chemical propylene oxide,
EPA is proposing a change in the
test rule process .  Manufacturers
and processors will still be
required to test this chemical
(under the final rule in 50 FR
48762) and to submit the test
data to EPA.  However, EPA
proposes that inhalation toxicity
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                CHEMICALS  SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
    Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
                       50 FR 48803
                       November 27, 1985
                       40 CFR Part 799
                       Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
Propyn-1-ol
107-19-7
Pyridine,  110-86-1
Quinone,  106-51-4
51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
(Continued)

testing be conducted  using the
TSCA test guideline for
developmental toxicity as the
test standard.  (See  50  FR 3952,
September 27, 1985 or 40 CFR
798.4350.)  This guideline
describes methods for performing
testing of chemical substances
under TSCA.

EPA is proposing that all data
developed under this  rule be
reported in accordance with its
TSCA Good Laboratory  Practice
(GLP) standards. (These appear
at 40 CFR Part 792.)  The Agency
is proposing that the development
toxicity test be completed and
the final results submitted to
the Agency within 12  months of
the effective date of the final
test rule.  Interim progress
reports shall be provided
quarterly.

See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Quinone, 106-51-4
Sodium N-methyl-N-
oleoyltaurine,
137-20-2
Sodium-N-methyl-N-
oleoyltaurine
137-20-2
4-(1,1,3,3-Tetra-
methylbutyl)
phenol, 140-66-9
Te traphosphor ic
acid, hexaethyl
ester
757-58-4
49 FR 456
January 4, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)
49 FR 46741
November 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

50 FR 46178
November 6, 1985
Notice-Section 4(a)
47 FR 54624
December 3, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
EPA has proposed that manufac-
turers and processors of quinone
perform carcinogenicity, chemical
fate, and environmental fate
testing of that chemical
substance.  Teratogenicity
testing is not proposed.

See discussion of anthraquinone.
This notice is EPA's response to
the Interagency Testing
Committee's (ITC's)
recommendation that EPA consider
requiring health effects testing
of sodium N-methyl-N-
oleoyltaurine (SHOT).  EPA is not
initiating a rulemaking at this
time to require health or
environmental effects testing of
SHOT.  EPA's analysis of
available data indicates that few
people are exposed to this
chemical, exposure levels are
low, and only small amounts of
this chemical are  released to the
environment.  Existing
information on health effects
does not suggest potential for an
unreasonable risk  at expected
exposure levels.

See discussion of  alkyltin
compounds.
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
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                  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL RULES
                              UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key points)
Toluene,  108-88-3
Thiourea,
(2-chlorophenyl) •
5344-82-1
1,2,3-Trichloro-
benzene,  87-61-6
1,2,4-Trichloro-
benzene,  120-82-1
1,3,5-Trichloro-
benzene,  108-7 0-3
1,2,3-Trichloro-
benzene,  87-61-6;
1,2-and 1,4-
Dichlorobenzene,
95-50-1,  104-46-7;
1,2,4-Trichloro-
benzene,
120-82-1
1,2,3-Trichloro-
benzene,  87-61-6;
1,2- and  1,4-
Di chlorobenzene
95-50-1,  104-46-7;
1,2,4-Trichloro-
benzene,  120-82-1
47 PR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

51 FR 2890
January 22, 1986
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

49 FR 1760
January 13, 1984
40 CFR part 799
Proposed Rule - Section 4(a)

51 FR 11756
April 7, 1986
40 CFR part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4
51 FR 11728
April 7, 1986
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of Acetamide,
N-(aminothioxomethyl)-
See discussion of chlorobenzene.
See discussion of chlorobenzene.
See discussion of chlorobenzene.
This document proposes that
certain test guidelines be  used
as the test standards for the
required studies for 1,2- and
1,4-dichlorobenzene, 1,2,3-
trichlorobenzene, and 1,2,4-
trichlorobenzene, and that test
data be submitted within
specified time frames.

This rule requires manu-
facturers and processors of
1,2,3-trichlorobenzene to
conduct environmental effects
testing, and manufacturers and
processors of 1,2- and 1,4-
dichlorobenzene to conduct
chemical fate testing.
Manufacturers and processors
of 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene are
required to conduct both
chemical fate and environmental
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                   CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                              UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
       Chemical
          Rule
        Reference
         Excerpt  of Rule
           (key points)
1,1,1-Tri-
chloroethane,
71-55-6
1,1,1-Trichloro-
ethane
71-55-6
1,1,1-Trichloro-
ethane (methyl
chloroform),  71-
55-6

Trimethylbenzene,
95-63-6
Trimethylbenzene
(mixed isomers),
25551-13-7
1,2,3-Trimethyl-
benzene,  526-73-8
                        51 FR 11728
                        April 7, 1986
                        40 CFR Part 799
                        Final Rule-Section 4
49 FR 39810
October 10, 1984
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule - Section 4(a)
50 FR 31895
August 7, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed Rule-Section 4(a)
47 FR 38780
September 2,  1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule -  Section 8(d)

48 FR 23088
May 23,  1983
40 CFR Part 791
Proposed Rule - Section  4

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule -  Section 8(d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR part 716
Final Rule -  Section 8(d)
(Continued)

effects testing.  This action is
necessary to comply with the
designation of these substances
by the Interagency Testing
Committee for priority testing
consideration.

This rule requires that
manufacturers and processors of
1,1,1-trichloroethane test this
chemical for teratogenic effects
or, more appropriately, develop-
mentally toxic effects.

EPA issued a final rule under
section 4(a) requiring that
manufacturers and processors of,
1,1,1-trichloroethane (TCEA) test
this chemical for developjnentally
toxic effects.  The Agency is now
proposing that the protocols and
schedule submitted by an industry
consortium be adopted as the test
standards for TCEA under this
test rule.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of ethyltoluenes.
See discussion of 7-Amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran,
See discussion of 7-Amino-2,2-
dimethy1-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
1,2,4-Trimethyl-
benzene,  95-63-6
1,3,5-Trimethyl-
benzene,  108-67-8
Tris (2-chloro-
ethyl) -phosphite,
140-08-9
Tris (2,3-dibromo-
propyl) phosphate
(Tris), 126-72-7
Tris (2-ethyl-
hexyl)  trimelli-
tate, 3319-31-1
Urea-formaldehyde
resins, 9011-05-6,
68611-64-3
49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 1696
January 13, 1984
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

48 FR 13178
March 30, 1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

45 FR 70728
October 24, 1980
40 CFR Part 704
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

47 FR 54624
December 3, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

49 FR 21371
May 21, 1984
40 CFR Part 765
Advance Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking - Section 4(a)
See discussion of 7-Amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
See discussion of  7-Amino-2,2-
dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran.
See discussion of  benzyl butyl
phthalate.
See discussion of  polybrominated
biphenyls.
See discussion of  alky1tin
compounds.
EPA plans to propose  a rule under
section 4(a) of the Toxic
Substances Control Act (TSCA) to
perform health effects testing  on
urea-formaldehyde resins  (i.e.,
uncured UF Resins).

EPA will solicit data on
exposure, environmental releases,
health effects, chemical  fate and
environmental effects. EPA  is
also collecting information  on
the chemical composition  of
various UF resins, as well as
seeking public comment on
criteria for selecting test
substances.
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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS 4  AND  8  OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
      Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Urea-formaldehyde
(UF) resins:
Urea, polymer with
formaldehyde/
9011-05-06;
Urea, reaction
product with
formaldehyde,
68611-64-3
50 FR 18861
May 3, 1985
40 CFR Parts 712 and 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)
Urea-formaldehyde
resins
50 FR 46295
November 7, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)
EPA added UF resins to the
Preliminary Assessment Informa-
tion (PAI) Rule and to the list
of chemical substances and
mixtures that require submission
to EPA of unpublished health and
safety studies.  These actions
were taken under TSCA's sections
8a and 8d, respectively.

Under the PAI rule, general
production, use, and exposure
data on 250 chemicals were to be
reported to the Agency by
November 19, 1982 (40 CFR 712).
However, 40 CFR 712.30(c)
provided that chemicals
designated by the Interagency
Testing Committee (ITC) may be
made subject to the PAI rule by
publication of a regulation in
the Federal Register.  When EPA
issued standard reporting
requirements for unpublished
health and safety studies under a
regulation of September 2, 1982
(47 FR 38780), the Agency also
provided for amending the list of
chemicals subject to the PAI rule
(40 CFR 716).  Under this final
rule, UF resins became subject to
40 CFR 712 and 716.  It went into
effect on June 3, 1985.

EPA is amending the TSCA Section
8(d) model health and safety data
reporting rule to exempt report-
ing of certain agronomic plant
growth or damage studies on urea-
formaldehyde resins.

(See discussion of Urea-
formaldehyde resins.)
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                CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                            UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
        Rule
      Reference
       Excerpt  of Rule
         (key points)
Vinyl acetate
108-05-04
Vinyl fluoride,
75-02-5
Vinylidene
fluoride, 75-38-7
Xylenes (ortho-,
meta-, and para-
xylene):  Benzene,
1,2,-dimethyl-, 95-
47-6; Benzene,
1,4-dimethyl-,
106-42-3; Benzene,
1,3-dimethyl-,  108-
38-3.
50 FR 52923
December 27, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(d)
47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)

47 FR 38780
September 2, 1982
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section 8(d)
EPA is adding vinyl acetate  to
the list of. chemical substances
and mixtures in the Health and
Safety Data Reporting Rule,  40
CFR Part 716.  Past, current, and
prospective manufacturers,
importers, and processors of
vinyl acetate are required to
provide 1PA with lists and copies
of unpublished health and safety
studies on this substance.   The
information received by the
Agency will be used to support a
detailed assessment of the health
and environmental risks of this
substance.

See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
See discussion of acetonitrile.
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                                 PART III

      B.   CHEMICALS WHICH IN  THE PAST HAVE BEEN  SUBJECT TO
           FINAL  8(a)  PRELIMINARY  ASSESSMENT INFORMATION RULES
NOTE;   TSCA 8(a) Preliminary Assessment Rules require reporting within 60 days,
of the effective  date  of the  rule.   The reporting  period has expired  on the
chemicals in this section.   This list is provided for your information only.

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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO ANPRs, NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                              UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key  points)
Acetic  acid,
2,2'-((butyl-
stannylidyne )- tris
(thio))tris-,
triisooctyl ester,
25852-70-4
Acetic acid,
2,2',-((dibutyl-
stannylenejbis
(thio)) bis-,
diisooctyl ester,
25168-24-5

Acetic acid,  2,2'-
((dimethyl-
stannylene)bis
(thio))bis-,
diisooctyl ester,
26636-01-1

Acetic acid,
2,2',2»-((methyl-
stannylidyne)-tris
(thio))tris1,tri-
isooctyl ester,
54849-38-6
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8{a]
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
This amendment adds 17 chemical
substances, recommended for
testing consideration  in the  11th
report of the Interagency Testing
Committee (ITC),  to the Toxic
Substances Control Act (TSCA)
section 8(a) Preliminary
Assessment Information Rule (PAI
Rule).  Manufacturers  of these
chemicals are required to submit
production, use,  and exposure
data to EPA as specified in the
PAI Rule.  EPA will use the
reported data to evaluate risk
associated with these  chemicals
and to determine whether they
should be subject to testing
under section 4 of TSCA.

See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-({butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
                       Rule
                    Reference
                                        Excerpt  of Rule
                                          (key points)
Anthraquinone,  84-
65-1
Asbestos,
21-4*
1332-
Benzene,  1-((2-
methyl-2-pro-
penyDoxy)-
2-nitro-,  13414-
54-5

1,2,4-Benzene-
tricarboxylic
acid,  tris
(2-ethylhexyl)
ester, 3319-31-1
              49 FR 46739
              November 28, 1984
              40 CFR Part 712
              Final Rule - Section
                                            8(a)
47 FR 33198
July 30,  1982
40 CFR Part 763
Final Rule - Section
                                            8(a)
             49 FR 25856
             June 25, 1984
             40 CFR Part 712
             Final Rule - Section
             49 FR 25856
             June 25, 1984
             40 CFR Part 712
             Final Rule - Section
                     8(a)
                     8(a)
In response to the 15th report of
the Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC), which recommended this
chemical for testing and for
priority consideration by the
EPA, EPA is requiring that the
manufacturers of this chemical
submit a completed Preliminary
Assessment Information report
(EPA Form No. 7710-35) for each
plant site at which they
manufacture or import this
chemical.  This action is being
taken under the section 8(a)
Preliminary Assessment
Information rule.

This rule requires reporting to
EPA by asbestos manufacturers,
importers, and processors.  The
information sought includes data
on the quantities of asbestos
used in making products,  employee
exposure data, and waste disposal
and pollution control equipment
data.  Reported information will
be utilized by EPA and other
Federal agencies in considering
the regulation of asbestos.

See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
*Chemical Abstract Service  (CAS) numbers followed by an asterisk are taken from
 the TSCA Inventory of Chemical Substances and appear only in that inventory.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
                   Excerpt  of Rule
                     (key points)
1,4-Benzene-
dicarboxylic  acid,
bis (2-ethylhexyl)
ester,  6422-86-2

Benzofuran, 2,3-
dihydro-2,2-
dimethyl-7-nitro-,
13414-55-6

7-Benzofuranamine,
2,3-dihydro-2,2-
dimethyl-,  68298-
46-4

Bisphenol A,
80-05-7
 1,3-Butadiene,
 2-chloro-
 (8C1)(9C1),  126-99-8
2-Butenoic acid,
4,4'-[(dibutyl-
stannylene)-bis-
(oxy)]bis((4-oxo-,
diisooctyl ester,
(Z,Z)-)25168-21-2
49 FR '25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section

49 FR 22284
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section
8(a)
8(a)
                                             8(a)
49 FR 46739
November 28, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section
                                             8(a)
49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
See discussion of acetic  acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion of acetic  acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion of acetic  acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

This amendment adds five
chemicals to the Preliminary
Assessment Information rule.
Within a designated time,
manufacturers of these chemicals
must submit a completed
Preliminary Assessment
Information report (EPA Form No.
7710-35) for each plant site at
which they manufacture or import
one of these five chemicals.

See discussion of anthraquinone.
           See discussion of acetic acid,
           2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
           tris(thio))tris-, triisoocytl
           ester.
                                          Ill B-5

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                  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key  points)
2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)
ethyl acetate,
124-17-4
Calcium
naphthenate,
61789-36-4
Cobalt naphthe-
nate, 61789-51-3
Cumene,  98-82-8
48 FR '55685
December 14, 1983
40 CPR Part 712
Final Rule - Section
                                            8(a)
48 FR 21294
May 11, 1983
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section

48 FR 21294
May 11, 1983
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section

49 FR 46739
November 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section
                                            8(a)
                                            8(a)
                                            8(a)
This amendment adds four
chemicals to the Preliminary
Assessment Information rule.
The rule requires manufacturers
of these chemicals to complete
the Preliminary Assessment
Information report (EPA Form No.
7710-35) within a designated time
for each plant site at which they
manufacture or import one of
these four chemicals.  The four
chemicals are:   ethylene bis(oxy-
ethylene) diacetate (111-21-7),
oleylamine (112-90-3), 2-(2-
butoxyethoxy)ethyl acetate (124-
17-4);  and 1,2,3,4,7,7-
hexachloronorbornadiene
(3389-71-7).

Chemicals added to the 4(e)
priority list on the  12th ITC
report  are automatically included
in 8(a) reporting requirements.

See discussion  of calcium
naphthenate.
See discussion of anthraquinone.
                                        Ill B-6

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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
     Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
         Excerpt oE  Rule
          (key  points)
Cyclohexane,
110-82-7;
2-6-Di-tert-butyl
phenol,
128-39-2;
Diisodecyl
phenyl phosphite,
1,2-Dibromo-4-
(1,2-dibromoethyl)
cyclohexane,  3322-
93-8

3,4-Dichlorobenzo-
trifluoride,  328-
84-7
50 FR 47539
November 19, 1985
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule-Section 8(a)
49 FR 22284
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

50 FR 11695
March 25, 1985
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
The Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) recommended that EPA give
priority consideration to three
chemical substances in promulgat-
ing chemical test rules.  To
assist EPA in its determination
of which, if any, tests were
needed, EPA adds these substances
to the 8(a) Preliminary
Assessment Information Rule*

See discussion of bisphenol A.
This rule adds 3,4-dichlorobenzo-
trifluoride to the list of
substances subject to the
Preliminary Assessment
Information (PAI) rule. The
Interagency Testing Committee
(ITC) recommended this chemical
in its Fourteenth Report but did
not designate it for priority
consideration within 1 year.   The
PAI rule requires manufacturers
of 3,4-dichlorobenzotrifluoride
to complete the Preliminary
Assessment Information
Manufacturer's Report (EPA Form
7710-35).  EPA will use the
information submitted to evaluate
risks associated with the
chemical, as well as to determine
whether the chemical should be
included in testing rules  issued
under section 4.
                                         Ill  B-7

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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4 AND 8 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt  of Rule
          (key points)
Diisopropyl
biphenyl,  69009-
90-1
1/3-Dioxolane,
646-06-0
Ethylene bis
(oxyethylene)  di-
acetate, 111-21-7
2-Ethylhexanoic
acid, 149-57-5
1,2,3,4,7,7-Hexa-
chloronorbornadi-
ene, 3389-71-7
Isopropyl
biphenyl, 25640-
78-2
Lead naphthenate,
61790-14-5
Mercaptobenzothi-
azole,  149-30-4
49 FR "22284
May 29, 1984
40 CPR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

48 FR 55685
December 14, 1983
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

49 FR 22284
May 29, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
48 FR 55685
December 14,  1983
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule -  Section
49 FR 22284
May 29,  1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section

48 FR 21294
May 11,  1983
40 CFR Part 716
Final Rule - Section
                                            8(a)
                                            8(a)
                                            8(a)
49 FR 46739
November 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section  8(a)
See discussion of bisphenol A.
See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-(butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
See discussion of bisphenol A.
See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
See discussion of bisphenol  A.
See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
See discussion of anthraquinone.
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                 CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  ANPRs, NPRMs AND FINAL RULES
                             UNDER  SECTIONS  4 AND  8 OF  TSCA
      Chemical
          Rule
       Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key  points)
Mesityl oxide,
141-79-7
Methylcyclopentane,
90-37-7;
Tetrabromobis -
phenol A,
79-94-7;
Triethylene  glycol
monomethyl ether,
112-50-5;
Triethylene  glycol
monobutyl  ether,
143-22-6

Methylolurea,
1000-82-4
Octamethylcyclo-
tetrasiloxane,
556-67-2
Oleylamine,  112-
90-3
49 FR 25859
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section
                                             8(a)
50 FR 20900
May 21, 1985
40 CFR Parts 712
Final Rule-Section 8(a)
48 FR  21294
May  11,  1983
40 CFR Part 712
Final  Rule - Section
                                             8(a)
49 FR  46739
November  28,  1984
40 CFR Part  712
Final  Rule - Section  8(a)

48 FR  55685
December  14,  1983
40 CFR Part  712
Final  Rule - Section  8(a)
This amendment adds mesityl
oxide, recommended for testing  in
the 4th Interagency Testing
Committee (ITC) report,  to the
Preliminary Assessment
Information rule.   The rule
requires manufacturers of  this
chemical to complete the Prelim-
inary Assessment Information
report (EPA Form No. 7710-35)
within a designated time for each
plant site at which they
manufacture or import this
chemical.

EPA adds these chemicals to  the
8{a) Preliminary Assessment
Information Rule.  The chemicals
were recommended by the
Interagency Testing Committee  in
its Sixteenth Report and
designated for priority
consideration by EPA within
1 year.
See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
                                                        See discussion of anthraquinone.
See discussion of 2-(2-butoxy-
ethoxy) ethyl acetate.
                                         Ill B-9

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                  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO ANPRs,  NPRMs  AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS 4 AND 8 OF TSCA
      Chemical
           Rule
         Reference
         Excerpt of  Rule
          (key  points)
Pen tabromoe thy 1 -
benzene,  85-22-3
Phenol, 4-
(1,1,3,3-tetra-
methylbutyl)-,
140-66-9

2-Phenoxyethanol,
122-99-6
Phosphoric acid,
tributyl ester,
126-73-8;
Cyclohexane,
110-82-7;
2,6-di-tert-Butyl-
phenol, 128-39-2
Sodium N-methyl-N-
oleoyltaurine,
137-20-2
Stannane,  dibutyl-
bis(dodecylthio)-,
1185-81-5
  49 FR 46739
I  November 28,  1984
  40 CFR Part 712
  Final Rule - Section  8(a)

  49 FR 25856
  June 25, 1984
  40 CFR Part 712
  Final Rule - Section  8(a)

  48 FR 21294
  May 11, 1983
  40 CFR Part 712
  Final Rule - Section  8(a)

  51 FR 18323
  May 19, 1986
  40 CFR Part 712
  Final Rule-Sections 8(a)
  49 FR 46739
  November 28,  1984
  40 CFR Part 712
  Final Rule - Section  8(a)

  49 FR 25856
  June 25, 1984
  40 CFR Part 712
  Final Rule - Section  8(a)
See discussion of anthraquinone.
See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-(butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion of calcium
naphthenate.
In its Eighteenth Report,  the ITC
recommended that EPA give
priority consideration to
phosphoric acid, tributyl  ester,
in promulgating a test rule.   To
assist EPA in its determination
of which, if any, tests are
needed for this substance.  EPA
adds this substance to the  8(a)
Preliminary Assessment Rule.   The
ITC also announced that
cyclohexane and 2,6-di-tert-
butylphenol are designated  for
response within 12 months.

See discussion of anthraquinone.
See discussion of acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
                                        Ill B-10

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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  ANPRs,  NPRMs AND  FINAL  RULES
                             UNDER SECTIONS  4  AND  8 OF TSCA
     Chemical
         Rule
       Reference
        Excerpt of  Rule
         (key  points)
Stannane, dibutyl-
bis((1-oxododec-
yDoxy)-, 77-58-7
Trimethylbenzene
(mixed isomers),
25551-13-7
1,2,3-Trimethyl-
benzene,  526-73-8
1,3,5-Trimethyl-
benzene,  108-67-8
48 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)

49 FR 25856
June 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 712
Final Rule - Section 8(a)
See discussion  of acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion  of Acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion  of Acetic acid,
2-2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.

See discussion  of Acetic acid,
2,2'-((butylstannylidyne)-
tris(thio))tris-, triisooctyl
ester.
                                        Ill B-11

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                    PART IV
          CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO EXPORT
NOTIFICATION TO EPA UNDER SECTION 12(b) OF TSCA

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              CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO EXPORT NOTIFICATION TO EPA
                          UNDER SECTION  I2(b)  OP TSCA
       Chemical
8-Acetyl-3-dodecyl-7,7,9,9-
tetraraethyl-1,3,8-triaza-spiro
(4,5) decane-2,4-dione
Certain Acrylate chemicals
87320-05-6
(P-84-342)

96915-49-0
(P-84-341)

96915-50-3
(P-84-342)

96915-52-5
(P-84-343)

Alkyl aryl phosphine
Alkyl glycoether acrylic acid
derivative (polyol carboxylate
ester)*
Certain Alkylsufonic acids,
ammonium salts
nminophenol, 27598-85-2
                                              Rule/Action Reference
49 PR 1753
January 13,  1984
40 CPR Part  721
Proposed Rule  -  Section 5

51 FR 11592
April 4, 1986
40 CPR Part  721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
49 FR 36880
September 20,  1984
40 CPR Part 721
Proposed Rule  -  Section 5(a)

49 FR 49868
December 24,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  -  Section 5(a)

51 FR 21190
June 11, 1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section  5(a)(2)

49 FR 38303
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  -  Section 5(a)
 *
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              CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO  EXPORT NOTIFICATION TO EPA
                          UNDER  SECTION 12(b) OF  TSCA
       Chemical
      Rule/Action Reference
Anilino ether
Asbestos
(Export Notification)
1332-21-4**
Asbestos
1,2-Benzenediamine,  4-ethoxy,
sulfate, 85137-09-3
Substituted Benzenes,
Halogenated
Benzoic acid, 3,3'-methylene-
bis(6-amino-, di-2-propenyl
ester, 61386-02-5
Benzoic acid,
3,3'-methylenebis(6-amino-,
di-2-propenyl ester)
61386-02-5

Benzophenonetetracarboxylic
acid dimethyl ester
49 FR 38303
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  - Section  5(a)

46 CFR 37608
July 21, 1981
40 CFR Part 707
(Statement of  Clarification)

51 FR 3738
January 29, 1986
40 CFR Part 763
Proposed Rule-Section 6

49 FR 43058
October 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  - Section  5(a)

51 FR 9221
March 18, 1986
40 CFR Part 720
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)

50 FR 127
January 2, 1985
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule  - Section  5(a)

51 FR 16684
May 6,  1986
40 CFR  23.5
Final Rule-Section 5(a)(2)

49 FR 50209
December  27, 1984
40 CFR  Part 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)
 **Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) numbers  followed by  2 asterisks are taken from the
   TSCA  Inventory of Chemical Substances and appear only on  that  inventory.
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            CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO EXPORT NOTIFICATION TO EPA
                        UNDER SECTION  12(b)  OF TSCA
      Chemical
     Rule/Action  Reference
Biphenyl
92-52-4
Brominated aryl alkyl ether
Bromothiophene, substituted
(disubstituted heterocycle)*
C9 Aromatic hydrocarbons
Chlorofluorocarbons;
Methane, chlorotrifluoro-,
75-72-9; Methane,
trichlorofluoro, 75-69-4;
Methane, dichlorodifluoro,
75-71-8; Methane,
chlorodifluoro, 75-45-6;
Ethane, 1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2-
tetrafluoro-, 76-14-2; Ethane,
chloropentafluoro-, 76-15-3;
Methane, bromochloro-,
74-97-5; Methane,
bromochlorodifluoro-,
353-59-3.

Chloromethane (methyl
chloride)
74-87-3
Cresols:
Phenol, 2-methyl, 95-48-7
Phenol, 3-methyl, 108-39-4 and
Phenol, 4-methyl, 106-44-5
50 FR 37182
September 12,  1985
40 CFR Part  799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)

49 FR 38303
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part  721
Proposed Rule  - Section 5(a)

49 FR 3810
September 28,  1984
40 CFR Part  721
Proposed Rule  - Section 5(a)

51 FR 10557
March 27, 1986
40 CFR Part  799
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)

43 FR 11318
March 17, 1978
Parts 712, 762
Final Rule - Section 6
50 FR 1753
May 7, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)

51 FR 15771 and 15803
April 28, 1986
40 CFR Part 799 and 795
Final and Proposed Rules-Section 4(a)
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            CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO EXPORT NOTIFICATION  TO EPA
                        UNDER SECTION  12(b)  OF TSCA
      Chemical
     Rule/Action Reference
Diisodecyl phenyl phosphite
2550-98-5

Diamino anisole, disubstituted

Dicarboxylic acid monoester
Diethylenetriamine
111-40-0
((Dinitrophenyl)azo)-
(2,4-diamino-5-methoxybenzene)
derivatives
Disubstituted diamino anisole
Ethylamine,  distillation
residues,  79771-09-8
Ethylated aminophenol
2-Ethylhexanoic  acid  (EHA)
149-57-5
49 FR 47874
December 7, 1984
40 CPR Part 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)

49 FR 43961
October 26, 1984
40 CFR 721
Final Rule  - Section 5(a)

50 FR 21398
May 23, 1985
40 CFR 23.5 Part 799
Final Rule-Section  4(a);

50 FR 21413
May 23, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Proposed and Final  Rule-Section  4(a);

49 FR 42960
October 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)

50 FR 34463
August 26,  1985
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule-Section  5(a)

49 FR 46373
November 26, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule  - Section 5(a)

49 FR 38303
September 28, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)

50 FR 20678
May 17, 1985
40 CFR Parts 798 and 799
Final Rule-Section  4}
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            CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO EXPORT  NOTIFICATION  TO EPA
                        UNDER SECTION 12(b)  OF TSCA
      Chemical
     Rule/Action  Reference
Ethyltoluenes,  2550-14-5;
Tritnethylbenzenes:  (1,2,3~TMB),
526-73-8; (1,3,5-TMB), 108-67-
8; and (1,2,4-TMB), 95-63-6;
and the C9 aromatic
hydrocarbon fraction

Halogenated-N-(2-propenyl)-N-
(substituted phenyl) acetamide
 1,2,3,4,7,7-Hexachloronorborna-
 diene  (HEX-BCH), 3389-71-7
 Hexachloronorbornadiene
 (HEX-BCH)
 3389-71-7
 Hexamethylphosphoranu.de
 (HMPA),  680-31-9 and
 Urethane,  51-79-6
 Hydroquinone
 123-31-9
 Isopropylamine, distillation
 residues, 79771-08-7
 Mesityl oxide (MO)
 141-97-7
50 FR 20662
May 17,  1985
40 CFR 799
Final Rule-Section 4
50 FR 34500
August 26, 1985
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)

50 FR 7351
February  22, 1985
40 CFR Parts 704 and 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5(a)

50 FR 47534
November  19, 1985
40 CFR 704 and 721
Final Rule-Section 5(a)

51 FR 9450
March 19,  1986
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule-Section 5(a)

50 FR 53145
December  30, 1985
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule-Section 4(a)

48 FR 46373
November  26, 1984
 40 CFR Part 721
 Final Rule - Section  5(a)

 50  FR  51857
 December  20,  1985
 40 CFR  Part 799
 Final Rule-Section  4(a);
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            CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO EXPORT  NOTIFICATION  TO  EPA
                        UNDER SECTION  12(b)  OF TSCA
      Chemical
     Rule/Action Reference
Methylammonium N-methyldi-
thiocarbamate
Methylpyridine,  substituted
(substituted pyridine)*
N,N,N',N'-
Tetrakis(oxiranylmethyl)-
1,3-cyclohexanedimethanamine
65992-66-7

Nitrites,  mixed mono and
diamides of an organic  acid
Pentachloroethane
76-01-7
2-Phenoxypyridine,  substituted
2-Phenoxypyridine,  substituted
(substituted phenol;  sodium
2-substituted propanoate)
Polycarboxylic acid;  and
Polycarboxylic acid,
alkanolamine salt -
prohibition of use with
nitrites in metalworking
fluids
51 FR 10027
March 24, 1986
40 CPR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)

49 FR 50396
December 28, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section 5(a)

51 FR 1396
January 13,  1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a(2)

49 FR 36846
September 20, 1984
40 CFR Part 747
Proposed Rule - Section 6(a)
Immediately Effective Under
Section 5(f)(2)

51 FR 10024
March 24, 1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)

49 FR 4390
February 6,  1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule - Section 5

49 FR 50396
December 28, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section (5)

49 FR 2762
January 23,  1984
40 CFR Part 747
Immediately effective
Proposed Rule - Section 5(f)
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            CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO  EXPORT  NOTIFICATION TO  EPA
                        UNDER  SECTION 12(b)  OF  TSCA
      Chemical
                                             Rule/Action Reference
Polychlorinated biphenyls
(criteria modification)
1336-36-3**
Polychlorinated biphenyls
(use in electrical equipment)
1336-36-3**
Polychlorinated biphenyls (for
use in electrical equipment),
1336-36-3**
Polychlorinated biphenyls
(closed and controlled waste
manufacturing)
1336-36-3**

Polychlorinated biphenyls
(railroad transformers)
1336-36-3**
Polychlorinated biphenyls
(manufacturing, processing,
distribution in commerce and
use prohibitions; response to
individual and class petitions
for exemptions) 1336-36-3**

Polychlorinated biphenyls
(manufacturing, processing,
distribution in commerce, and
use prohibitions; exclusions,
exemptions, and use
authorizations) 1336-36-3**

Polychlorinated biphenyls
(manufacturing, processing,
distribution in commerce, and
use prohibitions; use in
microscopy and research and
development) 1336-36-3**
44 PR 31514
May 31,  1979
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section  6

47 FR 37342
August 25, 1982
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section  6

49 FR 39966
October 11, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Proposed Rule -  Section  6(e)

47 FR 469080
October 21, 1982
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section  6

48 FR 124
January 3, 1983
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section  6

49 FR 28154
July 10, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section  6(e)
49 FR 28172
July 10, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6(e)
49 FR 28193
July 10, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6(e)
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      Chemical
     Rule/Action Reference
Polychlorinated biphenyls
(modification of definition  of
"totally enclosed")
1336-36-3**

Polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCBs)
Polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCBs)
Polyglycidyl benzeneamine,
substituted (polyglycidyl
amine)**
Poly(2-hydroxypropyl)
melamine, polymers with
5-isocyanato-1-
(isocyanatomethyD-1, 3, 3-
trimethyl cyclohexane,
2-hydroxyethyl acrylate
blocked

Poly(oxy-1,4-butanediyl)-
alpha-(1-oxo-2-propenyl)-
omega-t(1-oxo-2-propenyl)oxy]
 Potassium N,N-bis(hydroxy-
 ethyl) cocoamine oxide
 phosphate, 85712-26-1
 Potassium N,N-bis(hydroxy-
 ethyl)  tallowamine oxide
 phosphate,  85712-27-2
49 PR 44634
November 8, 1984
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule - Section 6(e)

50 FR 35182
August 29, 1985
40 CFR Part 761
Proposed Rule-Section 6

50 FR 29170
July 17, 1985
40 CFR Part 761
Final Rule

49 FR 43649
October 31, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section 5(a)

51 FR 22831
June 23, 1986
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)(2)
 50 FR 34505
 August  26, 1985
 40 CFR  Part 721
 Proposed Rule-Section 5(a)

 49 FR 35011
 September  5,  1984
 40 CFR  Part 721
 Final Rule -  Section 5(a)

 49 FR 35011
 September  5,  1984
 40 CFR  Part 721
 Final Rule -  Section 5(a)
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      Chemical
     Rule/Action  Reference
Propylene oxide
75-56-9
Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin,
1746-01-6
Te trachloroe thylene
derivatives
 Tricarboxylic  acid
 1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
 87-61-6
 1,2- and 1,4-Dichlorobenzene
 95-50-1 and  104-46-7

 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
 120-82-1

 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, 71-55-6
 Triethanolamine salt of
 tricarboxylic acid
50 FR 48762
November 27,  1985
40 CPR Part 799
Final Rule-Section  4(a)

45 FR 32677
May 19, 1980
40 CFR Part 775
Final Rule - Section  6

49 FR 43928
October 25, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Final Rule - Section  5{a)

49 FR 2762
January 23, 1984
40 CFR Part 747
Proposed Rule - Section 6(a)
Immediately Effective Under
Section 5(f)(2)

51 FR  11728 and 11756
April  7,  1986
40 CFR Part 799
Final Rule and Proposed Rule-Section  4
 49 FR 39810
 October 10,  1984
 40 CFR Part  799
 Final Rule - Section  4(a)

 49 FR 2762
 January 23,  1984
 40 CFR Part  747
 Proposed Rule - Section  6(a)
 Immediately Effective Under
 Section 5(f)(2)
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      Chemical
     Rule/Action Reference
Triethanolamine salt of a
substituted organic acid
Urethane,  51-79-6
49 FR 24658
June 14,  1984
40 CFR Part 747
Proposed  Rule - Section  6(a)
Immediately Effective Under
Section 5(f)(2)

49 FR 39703
October 10, 1984
40 CFR Part 721
Proposed  Rule - Section  5(a)
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                     Section 5(e) Consent and Unilateral Orders Issued
Substances subject to a TSCA section  5(e)  order  are  subject  to  the  section  12(b) export
notification requirements.  Such  orders  apply to "new"  chemical substances  subject  to
premanufacture notification (PrtN)  review.

The listing below contains a reference to  a  PMN  number  because  section 5(e) orders  are
a direct EPA-to-company communication and, as such,  are not  published in  the Federal
Register.

Where the chemical identity is  confidential,  a generic  name  is  used in this list.   If a
company is unsure whether it is exporting  one of these  substances  (especially where only
the generic name can be published here), the  company should  contact the TSCA Assistance
Office (see Volume 1, inside front cover).   For  confidential substances,  the company
would have to make a "bona fide"  inquiry under 40 CFR 720.25.
PMN No.  Submitter
         CBI = Confidential           G
               business information
                                    Chemical  Identification
                                 Generic  name
                                           Date Order
                                           Signed
79-21
79-22
79-23
79-24
79-25
79-26
CBI
CBI
CBI
CBI
CBI
CBI
Polymer of phthalic anhydride ethylene     4/23/80
glycol, neptanol, and 2-ethylhexanol.

Polymer of phthalic anhydride, 1,2-propyl- 4/23/80
ene glycol, 1,4-butanediol, 1-octanoi and
i-decanol.

Polymer of phthalic anhydride, ethylene    4/23/80
glycol, neptanol, 1-octanol, and 1-
decanol.

Polymer of phthalic anhydride, 1,2-propyl- 4/23/80
ene glycol, 1,4-butanediol, and 2-ethyi-
nexanol.

Polymer of phthalic anhydride, 1,3-butyl-  4/23/80
ene glycol, 1-octanol, and 1-decanol.

Polymer of phthalic anhydride, 1,3-outyl-  4/23/80
ene glycol, 2-ethylhexanol.
                                           IV-13

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                    Section  5t,e) Consent and  Unilateral  Orders  Issued
PUN No.  Submitter
                                            Chemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential          G = Generic name
               business information
                                                                       Date Order
                                                                       Signed
80-35
80-356
80-357
82-b79

82-684

83-23

83-24

83-49

83-75
CBI
Marubeni
America Corp.
Marubeni
America Corp.
82-400   Jordan Chemical Company


82-409   Jordan Chemical Company


82-678   CBI
CBI

CBI

CBI

CBI

CBI

CBI
   Substituted phenol, reaction products      9/5/80
   with ^22-30 alkenes

   aenzoic acid, 2-[[2-amino-5-hydroxy-6-     10/9/81
   [[4'-[[1-hydroxy-8-[[8-[[(4-methyxpnenyi)
   sulfony1]amino]-3,  6-disuifo-2-naphthal-
   enyl]azo]-3,3-dimetnoxy[1,1'-bipnenyi]-4-
   yi]azo]-7-suifo-1-naphthalenyl]azo-5-
   nitro-, trisodium salt.

   Benzoic acid, 2-[[2-amino-6-[[41-[[5-      10/9/81
   [[2,5-disulfophenyl)azo]-1 -hydroxy-6-
   (pnenylamino)-3-sulto-2-naphthaienyi]azo]-
   3,3'-dimethoxy[1,1'-oiphenyl]-4-yl]-azo]-
   b-nydroxy-7-sulfo-1-naphthalenyi]azo]-5-
   nitro-, tetrasodium salt.

   Potassium J,tJ-bis (nydroxyethyl) cocoamine 9/10/82
   oxide phospnate

   Potassium L-J,tJ-bis (nydroxyetnyl) callow    9/10/82
   amine oxide pftosphate

G  Culorinated aromatic azo anthraquinone     12/1/83
   pigment

G  Cnlorinated aromatic azo pigment           12/1/83

G  Derivative of Tetrachloroetftylene          1/17/83

G  Substituted phenol                         3/9/83

G  Substituted pyridine                       3/9/83

G  Substituted pyridine                       3/9/83

G  Sodium 2-substituted propanoate            3/9/83
                                           IV-14

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                     Section  5(e)  Consent and Unilateral Orders Issued
PMN No.  Submitter
          Chemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential          G = Generic  name
               business information
                                              Date Order
                                              Signed
83-129   Union Oil
through  Company of California
83-235   (excluding PMN 83-164)
83-237   CBI

83-255   CIBA-GEIGY Corporation

83-272   CBI

83-370   CBI



83-394   Celanese Corporation

83-401   CBI



83-418   CBI



83-434   CBI

83-603   American Cyanamid
         Company

83-663   CBI
   Syncrude (full range, dewaxed,              5/26/83
   dearsinited shale oil) and derived
   products.  (Contact TSCA Assistance
   Office for further information.)

G  Substituted pyridine                       4/4/83

G  Uicarboxylic acid monoester                4/8/83

G  Substituted pyridine                       3/9/83

   8-Acetyl-3-dodecyl-7,7,9,9-tetramethyl-    9/2/83
   1,1,3,8-triazaspiro[4,5]decane-2,4-
   dione.

G  Polyglycidyi amine                         a/10/83

G  Naphthalenetrisulfonic acid,               7/17/83
   chlorotriazinylamino raethoxy-
   methylphenylazo-

G  Benzenedisulfonic acid, chloro-            8/13/85
   triazinylamino-dimethylphenylazo-
   sulfonaphtnaleneazo-

G  Unsaturated aliphatic dietuer              1/23/84

G  Substituted nitrile                        9/29/83
G  Alkyl-substiruted aromatic amine            11/16/83
   (unilateral order)
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                     Section  5(e)  Consent  and  Unilateral Orders Issued
PMN tlo.  Submitter
          Chemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential          G = Generic name
               business information
                                              Date Order
                                              Signed
83-769   CBI

83-822   CBI

83-906   CBI

83-908   CBI

83-909   CBI

83-910   CBI

83-1023  CBI

83-1033  CBI

83-1085  CBI

83-1157  CBI

83-1162  CBI

83-1163  CBI

83-1222  CBI

83-1227  CBI

83-1228  CBI

83-1229  CBI

84-7     Snerwin-Williams


84-27    CBI
G  Disubstituted tieterocycle

G  Trisubstituted aniline

G  Br Tiinated aryl alkyl ether

G  Ethyiated amino pnenol

G  Amino phenol

G  Amilinoether

G  Alkyl aryl phosphine

G  C6-8 Carboxylic acid

G  Substituted phenylacetamide

G  Substituted oxirane

G  Substituted pyridine

G  Substituted pyridine

G  Substituted alkyl halide

G  Perhalo alkoxy ether

G  Pernalo alkoxy ether

G  Perhalo alkoxy ether

   N,N,N',N'-Tetraglycidyl-1,2-bis-
   aminomethyl cyclohexane

G  Polyol carboxyiate ester
11/8/83

2/29/84

11/22/83

11/22/83

11/22/83

11/22/83

1/16/84

 2/11/85

12/7/83

9/25/84

8/6/84

8/6/84

9/25/84

9/25/84

9/25/84

9/25/84

9/26/84


4/9/84
                                           IV-16

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                     Section 5(e)  Consent and Unilateral Orders Issued
PMN No.  Submitter
          cnemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential          G  =  Generic  name
               business information
                                              Date Order
                                              Signed
84-105   CBI

84-106   CBI

84-107   CBI

84-111   CBI

84-112   CBI

84-113   CBI

84-114   CBI

84-115   CBI

84-116   CBI

84-117   CBI

84-176   Fairad Technology

84-180   Fairad Technology

84-181   Fairad Technology

84-182   Fairad Technology

84-183   Fairad Technology

84-184   Fairad Technology

84-274   Alcolac
G  Halogenated alkene                         6/13/84

G  Halogenated alKane                         6/13/84

G  Halogenated alkane                         6/13/84

G  Substituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Substituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Substituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Substituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Suostituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Substituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Suostituted aromatic polymer               7/27/84

G  Aliphatic triol ester methacrylate         5/25/84

G  Polyester acryiate ester                   5/25/84

G  Aliphatic acryiate ester                   5/25/84

G  Polyether acryiate                         5/25/84

G  Aliphatic ester methacrylate               5/25/84

G  Aliphatic ester metnacryiate               5/25/84

   Poly(oxy-1,4-butanediyl)-alpha-d-oxo-2-   8/13/84
   propenyl)-omega-((1-oxo-2-propenyi)oxy)-
                                           IV-17

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                    Section  5(e) Consent and  Unilateral  Orders  Issued
PMN No.  Submitter
          Chemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential          G = Generic name
               business information
                                              Date Order
                                              Signed
84-341   CBI
84-342   CBI
84-343   CBI
84-344   CBI



84-358   CBI


84-393   CBI

84-417   Borg-Wdrner Chemicals

84-464   Etnyl Corporation


84-482   Texaco



84-491   CBI


84-492   CBI

84-527   CBI
   Poly(oxy(1-oxo-1,6-hexanediyl)),  aipha-
   nydro-omega-hydroxy-,ester witn
   3-hydroxy-2,2-dimethylpropyl 2-hydroxy-2,
   2-dimethylpropanoate (2:1),di-2-propenoate

   Poly(oxy(1-oxo-1,6-hexanediyl)),  alpha-
   (1-oxo-2-propenyl)-omega-((tetrahydro-2-
   turanyDmethoxy)-

   Poly(oxy(1-oxo,1,6-hexanediyi)),  alpha-
   hydro-omega-nydroxy-, ester with 2,2'
   (oxyuis (mertiylene) )DIS (2-(hydroxymethyl)-
   1,2-propanediol)2-propenoate, 2-propenoate

   2-Propenoic acid,  (2-(1,1-dimethyi-2-((1 -
   oxo-2-propenyi)oxy)ethyl)-5-ethyl-l,3-
   dioxane-5-y)methyl ester

G  Polyaromatic urethane poly(unsaturated)
   ester

G  2-Chioro-n-metnyl-n~suDstituted acetamide

G  Substituted phenol

G  Haiogenated aromatic ether
   Urea, condensate with poly(oxy(methy1-
   1,2-ethanediyl)),  alpha-(20 aminomethyl-
   ethyl)-omega-(2-aminomethyletnoxy)

G  Substituted aliphatic acid halide
G  Substituted hydroxylamine

G  Unsaturated amino alkyl ester salt
12/4/84
12/4/84
12/4/84
12/4/84



1/11/85


8/13/84

8/13/84

9/14/84
12/11/85

9/26/84



10/4/84
2/10/86

10/4/84

10/30/d4
                                           IV-18

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                    Section  5(e)  Consent and Unilateral Orders Issued
PMN No.
Submitter

CBI = Confidential
business information
84-537
84-558
84-569
CBI
CBI
CBI
G
G
G
Chemical Identification
G = Generic name
Unsaturated amino ester salt
Carboxyiated alkane diol
Polychiorinated alkylated aromatic
Date Order
Signed

10/30/84
6/21 /as
9/26/84
84-591    Sybron


84-660   CBI

84-704   CBI

84-814   CBI

84-820   Dow Chemical

84-824   CBI

84-839   CBI

84-860   CBI

84-901    CBI

84-902   CBI

84-903   CBI

84-913   Anitec Image


84-938   CBI
   hydrocarbon

G  Sodium salt of an alkylated, sulfonated    4/28/86
   aromatic

G  Substituted aryl olefin                    11/8/84

G  Substituted alkyl arene                    11/8/84

G  Polysubstituted po±yol                      6/28/85

G  Phosphonium salt                           12/10/84

G  Brominated aromatic                         6/20/85

G  Polyfunctional aziridine                   1/24/85

G  Disubstituted nitrobenzene                 12/26/84

G  Brominated aryl carbonate                  6/20/85

G  Brominated aryl ainine                      6/20/85

G  Brominated aryl amine                      6/20/85

G  N,U'-Bis(2-(2-(3-alkyl)thiazoUne)         4/8/85
   vinyo.)-! ,4-phenylene diamine double salt •

   Polymer  of hydroxy ethyl acrylate and      7/23/85
   polyisocyanate
                                           IV-19

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                     Section  5(e)  Consent and  Unilateral  Orders Issued
PMN No.  Submitter
Chemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential          G = Generic name
               business information
                                    Date Order
                                    Signed
84-951   CBI

84-954   CBI

84-963   CBI

84-968   CBI

84-1007  Anitec Image


84-1042  CBI

84-1062  Fairfield Chemical

84-1068  Uniroyal Chemical


84-1074  Essex Specialty
         Products

84-1079  Dow Chemical

84-1136  Uniroyal Chemical

84-1137  Uniroyal

84-1145  SCM

84-1167  CBI

84-1184  CBI


84-1219  DOW
G  Substituted aininobenzoic acid ester

G  Substituted aromatic

   6-Nitro-2 ( 3H) -benzoxazolone

G  Alkyl ester

G  3-Alkyl-2-(2-ani lino) vinyl
   thiazolinium salt

   tiethylammonium N-methyldithiocarbamate

          vinyl sulfone
   N-iDimethylthiocarbamylthio-N'-phenyl
   urea

G  Polyurethane polymer
G  Alkylated diphenyl oxide

G  Substituted aromatic amide

G  Cycloaliphatic epoxide

G  Alky Itrialkyoxysi lane

G  Epoxy ester

G  Polychlorofluoro aromatic alkylated
   hydrocarbon

G  Substituted pyridine
                                     12/26/84

                                     12/24/85

                                     3/ 1 2/85

                                     4/18/85

                                     4/8/85


                                     2/8/85

                                     6/20/85

                                     1/31/85


                                     4/26/85


                                     4/17/85

                                     12/23/85

                                     1/30/86

                                     6/17/85

                                     2/15/85

                                     2/26/85


                                     4/9/86
                                           IV-20

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           Section  5(e) Consent and  Unilateral Orders Issued
PMN No.
Submitter

CBI = Confidential
business information
85-18
85-36
85-118
85-159
85-160
85-161
85-162
85-234
85-236
85-296
85-298
85-301
85-367
85-368
85-369
85-415
85-428
CBI
DOW
CBI
Pacific Anchor
Pacific Anchor
Pacific Anchor
Pacific Ancnor
CBI
DOW
CBI
CBI
CBI
Dupont
Dupont
Dupont
CBI
Owens -Corning
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
Chemical Identification
G = Generic name
Substituted amino anthraquinones
Substituted pyridine
Oligomer
Polymeric aliphatic polyol acrylate ester
Polymeric aliphatic polyol acrylate ester
Polymeric aliphatic polyol acrylate ester
Polymeric aliphatic polyol acrylate ester
liisubstituted sulfide
Substituted pyridine
Silicone ester polyacrylate
Amino acrylate monomer
Ure thane acrylate
Haloalkyl substituted cyclic ether
Haioalkyl substituted cyclic ether
Haioalkyl substituted cyclic ether
Acrylate ester
Ester modified phenolic resin
Date Order
Signed
3/20/86
1/17/86
4/12/85
6/5/86
6/5/86
6/5/86
6/5/86
3/5/86
5/15/86
1/9/86
1/9/86
6/10/85
1/17/86
1/17/86
1/17/86
7/11/85
8/8/85
Fiberglas
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    Section  5(e)  Consent and  Unilateral  Orders Issued
PMN Wo.
Submitter

CBI = Confidential
business information
85-433
85-523
85-527
85-564
85-605
85-612
85-648
85-680
85-703
85-706
85-730
85-822
85-890
85-891
85-89.2
85-932
Phillips
CBI
CBI
CBI
CBI
CSI
Pennwalt
Pennwalt
CBI
DOW
CBI
CBI
DOW
DOW
DOW
Dupont
%
G
G

G
G
G
G

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
Chemical Identification
G = Generic name
1-Propanol, 3-inercapto-
ir'unctionally modified urethane
Vinyl-epoxy ester
Isocyanic acid, polymethylene
polyphenylene ester, polymer with
1 , 1 -methylenebis ( 4-isocyanatobenzene ) ,
2-H
Tri substituted phenol
Polymer of substituted aryl olefin
Isopropylidene-bis (1,1 -dimethyipropyl)
derivative
1 , 1 -Dimethyipropyl peroxyester
Polymer of hydroxy ethyl aery late;
isophorone diisocyanate; and melpol 125
Substituted pyridine
Substituted phosphate ester
Substituted alkyl alkanol
Polypropylene glycoi alkyl ether
Polypropylene glycoi alkyl ether
Polypropylene glycoi alkyl ether
Disubstituted alkyltriazine
Date Order
Signed

b/ 16/86
7/16/85
8/8/85
7/2/85
7/26/85
9/3/85
12/24/85
1/31/86
9/11/85
1/17/86
11/20/85
4/5/86
2/10/86
2/10/86
2/10/86
1/24/86
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PMN No.  Submitter
          Chemical Identification
         CBI = Confidential           G  = Generic name
               business information
                                              Date Order
                                              Signed
85-933   Dupont

85-1013  CBI

85-1014  CBI
85-1034  CBI

85-1063  CBI

85-1068  CBI

85-1167  DOW

85-1169  Celanese  Specialty
         Resins

85-1170  Celanese  Specialty
         Resins

85-1176  CBI
85-1180  CBI

85-1210  Chem-Fleur



85-1211  Chem-Fieur
G  Disubstituted aiJcyltriazine

G  Aliphatic diurethane acrylate ester
1/24/86

4/1/86
   Polymer of:  rnetnacrylic acid; succinic    1/3/86
   anhydride; phenol, 4,4'-(1-methyiethylidene)
   bis-polymer with  (chlorometnyl);
   2-methylimidazole

G  Kel Acrylate complex                       2/13/86

G  Functionally modified urethane             1/17/86

G  Polyester polyuretnane                     1/17/86

G  Halogenated alkene                         3/07/86

G  Acid modified acryiated epoxide            4/11/86


G  Acid modified acryiated rtalogenated        4/11/86
   epoxide

   Alcohols, C 1-4,  ethers with polyethylene  12/20/85
   polypropylene glycol mono(2-aminopropyl)
   ether, polymer with maleic anhydride and
   trimethylolpropane triacylate

G  Tert-amyl peroxy  alkylene ester            5/23/86

   Benzoic acid, 2-((3A,4,5,6,7,7A-           4/3/86
   nexahydro-5 (or 6) methoxy-4,7-
   metnanoindan)-methylidene)ainino, methyl

   Benzoic acid, 2-(3-pnenyi, butylidene)     4/3/86
   amino, methyl ester
                                            IV-23

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                 CHEMICALS  SUBJECT  TO EXPORT  NOTIFICATION TO EPA

                             UNDER SECTION  12(b)  OF  TSCA




                    Section  5(e) Consent and  Unilateral  Orders Issued
PMN No.

85-1212
85-1283
85-1302
85-1318
85-1380
85-1420
85-1425
Submitter
CBI = Confidential
business information
Chem-Fleur
CBI G
CBI G
CBI G
CBI G
cai G
CBI G
Chemical Identification
G = Generic name
Benzoic acid, 2-(3-(4-methyl, cyclohex-
3-enyi), butylidene amino, methyl ester
Polymer of an acrylate ester and mixed
metnacrylate esters
Omega-functional esterified hydroxy
methacrylate
Functional polyuretnane from polyaikylene
oxide , aliphatic diisocyanate and
substituted aikanol
tSster-modif ied epoxy resin
Substituted alkyl aniline
Unsaturated acid and neterocyclic
Date Order
Signed
4/3/86
3/17/86
3/17/86
3/5/86
3/6/86
6/13/86
4/1/86
86-83
86-164
Velsicol Chemical Corp.
3-Chloro-2,6-dini tro-N,N-dipropy1-4-
(trif iuororaetnyl) -benzenamine
Marubeni America Corp.   G  Caprolactone modified by hydroxyethyl
                            methacrylate
86-346   CBI
                         G  Suostituted acrylated alkoxylated
                            aliphatic polyol
4/9/86


3/25/86


fa/9/86
                                           IV-24

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                PART V

      NUMERICAL INDEX OP LISTED
       CHEMICALS BY CAS NUMBER

A.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO  SPECIFIC
    PROPOSED AND  FINAL REGULATIONS  UNDER
    TSCA-LISTED IN GAS-NUMBERED  SEQUENCE

B.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO  TSCA SECTION
    12(b) EXPORT  REQUIREMENTS -  LISTED  IN
    CAS-NUMBERED  SEQUENCE

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                PART V

NUMERICAL INDEX OF LISTED CHEMICALS
            BY CAS NUMBER

A.  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC
    PROPOSED AND FINAL REGULATIONS
    UNDER TSCA

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A.  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND FINAL REGULATIONS
          UNDER TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
50-00-0
51-79-6
62-74-8
62-53-3
62-53-3
67-72-1
70-30-4
71-55-6
71-55-6
71-55-6
72-57-1
74-87-3
74-97-5
75-02-5
75-02-5
75-05-8
75-09-2
75-09-2
75-12-7
75-21-8
75-38-7
75-38-7
75-45-6
75-56-9
75-56-9
Paqe
number
II-9
1-5
111-44
ni-9
in-11
111-58
111-84
111-89
111-89
111-89
111-19
111-35
1-3
111-45
111-92
III-3
111-39
111-39
111-41
III-4
111-45
111-92
1-3
III-4
111-85
CAS
number
75-56-9
75-69-4
75-71-8
75-72-9
75-86-5
76-01-7
76-14-2
76-15-3
77-47-4
77-58-7
77-83-8
78-30-8
78-32-0
78-33-1
78-59-1
78-83-1
78-87-5
78-87-5
78-93-3
78-99-9
79-06-1
79-94-1
79-94-7
79-95-8
80-05-7
XT Tl — 'J
Page
number
111-86
1-3
1-3
1-4
111-85
11-12
1-4
1-4
111-58
II I- 3
111-46
111-13
111-13
111-13
111-63
111-85
111-40
111-40
111-69
111-85
III-3
111-66
111-80
111-81
111-27
CAS
number
80-15-9
84-61-7
84-64-0
84-65-1
84-65-1
84-69-5
84-74-2
84-75-3
84-76-4
84-78-6
85-22-3
85-22-3
85-68-7
85-68-7
85-69-8
85-70-1
85-70-1
85-70-1
86-74-8
87-10-5
87-61-6
87-61-6
87-61-6
87-65-0
87-68-3
Page
number
111-60
III-6
III-6
111-12
111-12
III-6
III-7
III-7
III-7
III-7
111-72
II 1-7 2
111-17
111-17
111-16
III-7
111-28
111-58
111-29
111-82
111-16
111-88
II 1-88
111-82
111-58

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A.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO  SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND FINAL REGULATIONS
          UNDER TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
87-86-5
88-06-2
88-74-4
88-74-4
89-13-4
89-63-4
89-63-4
90-1 3-r1
90-13-1
90-37-7
91-58-7
91-92-9
91-96-3
92-52-4
92-52-4
93-72-1
93-76-5
94-75-7
94-82-6
95-47-6
95-48-7
95-48-7
95-48-7
95-49-8
95-50-1
Paqe
number
111-84
111-84
III-9
111-11
III-7
III-9
111-11
111-32
111-33
111-66
111-32
111-19
111-19
111-18
111-18
111-84
111-84
111-80
111-80
111-92
111-35
111-36
111-36
111-35
111-16
CAS
number
95-50-1
95-50-1
95-50-1
95-50-1
95-50-1
95-63-6
95-51-2
95-51-2
95-54-5
95-54-5
95-63-6
95-63-6
95-70-5
95-77-2
95-76-1
95-76-1
95-80-7
95-82-9
95-82-9
95-83-0
95-94-3
95-94-3
95-94-3
95-95-4
96-37-7
Page
number
111-30
111-30
111-31
111-38
111-88
111-89
III-9
111-11
111-73
111-74
111-43
111-89
111-74
111-82
III-9
111-11
111-74
III-9
111-11
111-74
111-16
111-30
111-30
111-82
111-66
CAS
number
97-02-9
97-02-9
98-09-9
98-51-1
98-56-6
98-73-7
98-82-8
98-82-8
98-95-3
99-09-2
99-09-2
99-28-5
99-29-6
99-30-9
99-30-9
99-56-9
100-01-6
100-01-6
101-14-4
101-30-5
101-77-9
101-77-9
101-90-6
101-90-6
104-46-7
Page
number
III-9
II 1-11
111-17
111-28
111-34
111-28
111-37
111-37
111-70
III-9
111-11
111-82
III-9
III-9
111-11
111-74
III-9
111-11
11-11
II-9
11-11
111-69
111-52
111-48
111-88
                        V.A-4

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A.  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND FINAL REGULATIONS
          UNDER  TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
106-40-1
106-42-3
106-44-5
106-44-5
106-44-5
106-46-7
106-46-7
106-46-7
106-46-7
106-47-8
106-47-8
106-49-0
106-50-3
106-50-3
106-51-4
106-51-4
106-88-7
106-89-8
106-90-1
106-90-1
106-91-2
106-91-2
106-92-3
106-92-3
106-99-0
Paqe
number
III-9
111-92
111-35
111-36
111-36
111-16
111-30
111-30
111-38
111-10
111-11
111-16
111-73
111-73
111-86
111-87
III-4
111-57
111-46
111-57
111-46
111-57
111-52
111-52
II-8
CAS
number
107-10-8,
107-19-7
108-39-4
108-42-9
108-42-9
108-05-4
108-88-3
108-10-1
108-31-6
108-38-3
108-39-4
108-39-4
108-42-9
108-42-9
108-45-2
108-45-2
108-67-8
108-67-8
108-70-3
108-70-3
108-70-3
108-71-4
108-88-3
108-89-4
108-90-7
V.A-5
Page
number
111-85
111-85
111-36
111-10
111-11
111-92
111-68
111-69
111-64
111-92
111-35
111-36
111-10
111-11
111-73
111-75
111-43
111-90
111-16
111-31
111-68
111-74
111-87
111-70
111-16
CAS
number
108-90-7
108-90-7
108-90-7
108-90-7
108-94-1
108-98-5
108-99-6
109-06-8
109-77-3
109-86-4
110-75-8
110-49-6
110-82-7
110-82-7
110-86-1
111-15-9
111-21-7
111-40-0
111-40-0
111-40-0
111-40-0
111-91-1
112-34-5
112-35-6
112-50-5
Page
number
111-30
111-30
111-31
111-34
111-38
111-17
111-70
111-70
111-85
1 1-9
111-42
II-9
111-37
111-78
111-86
1 1-9
111-42
111-41
111-41
111-41
111-41
111-42
111-40
111-66
111-66

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A.  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED  AND FINAL REGULATIONS
          UNDER  TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED  SEQUENCE
CAS
number
112-90-3
112-90-3
112-90-3
115-28-6
115-28-6
115-86-6
115-86-6
116_14_3
116-15-4
117-81-7
117-84-0
118-75-2
118-79-6
119-06-2
119-07-3
120-36-5
120-82-1
120-82-1
120-82-1
120-82-1
120-82-1
120-83-2
121-39-1
121-87-9
121-87-9
Paqe
number
111-71
111-72
111-71
111-29
111-58
111-13
111-14
II 1-45
111-95
III-7
III-7
111-80
111-80
III-7
III-7
111-82
111-16
111-30
111-30
111-88
111-88
111-80
111-46
111-10
111-11
CAS
number
122-09-8
122-60-1
122-60-1
122-99-6
122-99-6
123-31-9
123-31-9
f
123-31-9
123-31-9
124-17-4
124-17-4
126-72-7
126-73-8
1 26-80-7
126-80-7
126-99-8
128-39-2
128-39-2
131-11-3
131-15-7
136-25-4
136-78-7
137-09-7
137-20-2
137-20-2
Page
number
111-16
111-46
111-52
111-72
111-72
111-60
111-60
111-61
111-63
111-27
111-27
111-90
111-78
111-46
111-52
111-27
111-37
111-78
III-7
III-8
111-84
111-84
111-75
111-87
111-87
CAS
number
140-08-9
1 40-08-9
140-66-9
140-66-9
141-79-7
141-79-7
141-79-7
141-85-5
142-28-9
142-84-7
143-22-6
147-82-0
149-30-4
149-30-4
149-57-5
149-57-5
320-72-9
- 328-84-7
328-84-7
353-59-3
357-57-3
359-11-5
359-11-5
428-25-8
428-59-1
Page
number
111-58
111-40
111-87
111-87
111-64
111-65
111-65
111-10
111-85
111-85
11-66
111-10
111-64
111-64
111-43
II 1-4 3
111-82
111-38
111-38
1-3
111-42
111-45
111-58
111-57
111-57
                        V.A-6

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A.  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND FINAL REGULATIONS
          UNDER  TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
428-59-1
488-47-1
496-72-0
526-73-8
526-73-8
541-69-5
541-70-8
541-73-1
541-73-1
541-73-1
541-69-5
554-00-7
554-00-7
556-52-5
Paqe
number
111-60
111-82
111-75
111-89
111-43
111-75
111-75
111-16
111-31
111-38
111-75
111-10
111-11
111-46
CAS
number
594-20-7
598-31-2
608-27-5
608-27-5
608-93-5
608-93-5
608-93-5
609-71-9
611-14-3
614-94-8
615-05-4
615-28-1
615-45-2
615-46-3
Page
number
111-85
111-85
111-10
111-11
111-16
111-30
111-32
111-83
111-72
111-75
111-75
111-75
111-75
111-75
CAS
number
634-90-2
634-93-5
634-93-5
635-22-3
635-22-3
646-06-0
646-06-0
677-21-4
677-21-4
680-31-9
692-42-2
696-28-6
757-58-4
823-40-5
Page
number
111-31
111-10
111-11
111-10
111-11
111-42
111-42
111-45
111-58
1-5
111-13
111-13
111-87
111-75
556-67-2
556-67-2
558-30-5
563-04-2
563-54-2
563-58-6
573-58-0
576-24-9
583-78-8

591-08-2
111-71
111-71
III-5
111-13
111-85
111-85
111-19
111-82
111-82

III-3
615-56-7
616-23-9
620-14-4
622-96-8
622-96-8
624-18-0
626-43-7
634-66-2
634-66-2

634-90-2
TT 11 _*7
111-83
111-85
111-65
111-43
11-72
111-75
111-10
111-16
111-31

111-17
827-94-1
930-22-3
930-37-0
930-37-0
933-75-5
939-97-9
992-59-6
1000-82-4
1163-19-5

1185-81-5
111-11
III-4
111-46
111-52
111-83
111-28
111-19
111-69
111-80

111-43

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A.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND FINAL  REGULATIONS
          UNDER TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
1185-81-5
1197-37-1
1241-94-7
1 309-64-4
1321-64-8
1321-64-8
1321-65-9
1321-65-9
1330-78-5
1330-78-5
1332-21-4
1332-21-4
1333-41-1
1335-87-1
1335-88-2
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
Paqe
number
111-68
111-75
111-13
111-13
111-32
111-33
111-32
111-33
111-13
111-13
1-3
111-15
111-70
111-32
111-32
1-8
1-9
1-9
1-9
1-10
1-10
1-11
1-11
11-14
111-79
CAS
number
1345-04-6
1464-53-5
1464-53-5
1675-54-3
1675-54-3
1689-84-5
1746-01-6
1817-73-8
1817-73-18
1825-30-5
1825-31-6
1888-71-7
1937-37-7
1940-42-7
2050-69-3
2050-72-8
2050-73-9
2050-74-0
2050-75-1
2065-70-5
2150-54-1
2196-75-6
2198-77-8
2210-79-9
2210-79-9
Page
number
111-13
III-5
III-6
111-46
111-52
111-85
1-12
111-10
111-11
111-32
111-32
111-85
111-20
111-83
111-32
111-32
111-32
111-32
111-32

111-20
111-32
111-32
111-47
111-52
CAS
number
2224-15-9
2224-15-9
2234-13-1
2238-07-5
2238-07-5
2300-65-5
2404-44-6
2404-44-6
2425-01-6
2425-01-6
2425-79-8
2425-79-8
2426-08-6
2426-08-3
2429-71-2
2429-73-4
2429-74-5
2429-79-0
2429-81-4
2429-82-5
2429-83-6
2429-84-7
2461-15-6
2461-15-6
2461-18-9
Page
number
111-47
111-52
111-32
111-47
111-53
111-85
III-4
III-6
111-47
111-53
111-47
II 1-5 3
111-47
111-53
111-20
111-20
111-21
111-21
111-21
111-21
111-21
111-22
111-47
111-53
111-47
                        V.A-8

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CAS
number
2461-18-9
2463-84-5
2528-36-1
2530-83-8
2530-83-8
2577-72-2
2586-57-4
2586-58-5
2602-46-2
2610-05-1
2763-96-4
2855-19-8
2855-19-8
2887-25-4
2893-80-3
2897-60-1
2897-60-1
3083-25-8
3101-60-8
3101-60-8
3132-64-7
3188-83-8
3234-28-4
3234-28-4
3266-23-7
Paqe
number
111-53
111-85
111-14
111-47
111-53
111-85
111-22
111-22
111-22
111-22
111-63
III-4
III-6
111-76
111-23
111-47
111-53
111-57
111-47
111-53
111-57
111-53
III-6
III-6
III-5
CAS
number
3266-23-7
3288-58-2
3319-31-1
3322-93-8
3380-34-5
3389-71-7
3389-71-7
3389-71-7
3389-71-7
3530-19-6
3531-19-9
3567-65-5
3568-29-4
3626-28-6
3648-20-2
3663-23-8
3772-94-9
3785-61-5
4016-11-9
4016-11-9
4016-14-2
4016-14-2
4162-45-2
4170-90-3
4335-09-5
Page
number
III-5
111-78
111-90
111-38
111-85
II-5
111-59
111-59
111-59
111-23
111-15
111-23
111-53
111-23
III-8
111-76
111-83
111-83
111-48
111-53
111-48
II 1-5 3
111-80
111-27
111-24
CAS
number
5026-74-4
5026-74-4
5042-55-7
5131-58-8
5131-60-2
5255-75-4
5255-75-4
5307-02-8
5307-14-2
5344-82-1
5388-62-5
5493-45-8
5493-45-8
6178-32-1
6178-32-1
6219-67-6
6219-71-2
6219-77-8
6283-25-6
6358-29-8
6.360-54-9
6369-59-1
6422-86-2
6449-35-0
6637-88-3
Page
number
111-48
111-53
111-76
111-76
111-76
111-48
111-53
111-76
111-76

111-10
111-48
111-57
111-98
111-53
111-76
111-76
111-76
111-11
111-24
111-24
111-76
111-26
111-24
111-24
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A.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND  FINAL  REGULATIONS
          UNDER TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
6656-03-7
6739-62-4
7195-45-1
7195-45-1
7320-37-8
7320-37-8
7328-97-4
7328-97-4
7390-81-0
7390-81-0
7422-52-8
7422-52-8
7440-36-0
7665-72-7
7665-72-7
8014-91-3
9011-05-06
10401-50-0
1 1 1 26-42-4
12001-29-5
12172-73-5
12642-23-8
13236-02-7
13236-02-7
13414-54-5
Paqe
number
111-25
111-25
111-48
111-57
III-7
III-6
111-48
II 1-5 4
III-4
III-6
111-48
111-54
111-12
111-48
111-54
111-25
111-91
111-26
111-79
111-15
111-15
111-79
111-49
111-54
111-29
CAS
number
13414-54-5
13414-55-6
13414-55-6
13561-08-5
13561-08-5
14228-73-0
14228-73-0
1464-53-5
15872-73-8
15965-99-8
15965-99-8
16071-86-6
16143-79-6
16245-77-5
16245-97-9
16245-97-9
17068-78-9
17557-23-2
17557-23-2
17963-04-1
17963-04-1
18266-52-9
18633-25-5
18633-25-5
20103-09-7
Page
number
111-66
111-29
111-70
111-49
111-54
111-49
111-54
III-5
111-76
II 1-49
111-54
111-26
111-26
111-76
111-49
111-54
111-15
111-49
111-54
111-54
111-54
111-76
III-6
III-6
111-77
CAS
number
20217-01-0
20217-01-0
21850-44-2
20282-70-6
22092-38-2
22092-38-2
22421-59-6
25085-99-8
25155-23-1
25155-23-1
25168-21-2
25168-21-2
25168-24-5
25168-24-5
25327-89-3
25376-45-8
25550-14-5
25550-14-5
25550-98-5
25551-13-7
25551-13-7
25852-70-4
25586-13-1
25586-43-0
25640-78-2
Page
number
111-49
111-54
111-81
111-26
III-4
III-6
111-54
111-49
111-14
111-15
III-3
111-29
III-3
III-4
111-81
111-77
111-44
111-40
111-37
111-89
111-69
111-70
111-32
111-32
111-63
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A.  CHEMICALS  SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND  FINAL  REGULATIONS
           UNDER TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
25724-58-7
26444-49-5
26447-14-3
26447-14-3
26636-01-1
26761-40-0
26761-45-5
27554-26-3
27598-85-2
28108-99-8
28108-99-8
28553-12-0
29761-21-5
32241-08-0
32534-81-9
32536-52-0
32568-89-1
32568-89-1
34364-42-6
34364-42-6
35243-89-1
35243-89-1
37853-59-1
38304-52-8
38304-52-8
Paqe
number
III-8
111-14
111-49
111-54
III-3
III-8
111-57
III-8
II-6
111-14
111-15
III-8
111-14
111-32
111-81
111-81
111-55
111-55
111-14
111-15
111-49
111-55
111-81
111-50
111-55
CAS
number
38954-75-5
38954-75-5
39156-41-7
39817-09-9
42389-30-0
51363-64-5
54208<-63-8
54208-63-8
54849-38-6
54849-38-6
56803-37-3
59800-46-3
60501-41-9
60501-41-9
61386-02-5
61578-04-9
61578-04-9
61702-81-6
61788-33-8
61788-33-8
61788-76-9
61789-36-4
61789-51-3
61790-14-5
61790-14-5
Page
number
111-50
111-55
111-77
111-50
111-77
111-14
111-50
111-55
III-3
III-3
111-14
111-15
111-50
111-55
1-3
111-50
111-55
II 1-8
IH-33
111-79
111-33
111-29
111-35
111-63
III-5
CAS
number
61886-60-0
62654-17-5
63449-39-8
64532-97-4
65879-44-9
65992-66-7
66422-95-5
67774-32-7
67786-03-2
67786-03-2
67860-04-2
67860-04-2
67801-06-3
68015-98-5
68081-84-5
68081-84-5
68134-06-5
"68134-07-6
68239-80-5
68239-82-7
68239-83-8
68298-46-4
68298-46-4
68459-98-3
68517-02-2
Page
number
III-8
II 1-7 7
IIt-33
111-15
111-77
11-12
111-77
111-79
111-50
111-55
III-6
III-6
111-77
111-77
111-51
II 1-5 5
111-55
111-55
111-77
11 1-7 7
111-77
III-8
111-29
111-77
111-51
                        V.A-11

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A.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO SPECIFIC PROPOSED AND  FINAL  REGULATIONS
          UNDER TSCA - LISTED IN CAS-NUMBERED SEQUENCE
CAS
number
68517-02-2
68609-96-1
68609-96-1
68609-97-2
68609-97-2
68611-64-3
68611-64-3
68920-70-7
68959-23-9
68959-23-9
68966-84-7
68987-80-4
68987-80-4
69009-90-1
69155-42-6
69155-42-6
69943-75-5
70776-03-3
71033-08-4
71033-08-4
71808-64-5
72319-24-5
72319-24-5
74398-71-3
75150-13-9
Paqe
number
111-55
111-51
111-56
111-51
111-56
111-90
111-91
111-33
111-51
111-56
111-78
111-51
111-56
111-42
111-51
111-56
111-51
111-32
111-51
111-56
111-56
111-52
111-56
111-57
111-56
CAS
number
79771-08-7
79771-09-8
82537-67-5
85137-09-3
85137-09-3
85712-26-1
85712-27-2
87320-05-6
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1-3
11-03
1-12
1-12
11-17
11-18
11-18
11-18














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       NUMERICAL INDEX OF LISTED CHEMICALS




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B.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO TSCA SECTION 12(b)




    EXPORT REQUIREMENTS

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B.  CHEMICALS SUBJECT  TO TSCA SECTION 12(b) EXPORT REQUIREMENTS-
                 LISTED  IN CAS-NUMBERED  SEQUENCE
CAS
number
51-79-6
74-87-3
74-97-5
75-45-6
75-69-4
75-71-8
75-72-9
76-01-7
76-14-5
76-15-3
87-61-6
92-52-4
95-48-7
95-50-1
95-63-6
104-46-7
106-44-5
10-39-4
108-5-1
108-67-8
1 1 1-40-0
120-82-1
123-31-9
141-97-7
353-59-3
Page
number
IV-20
IV-6
IV-6
IV-6
IV-6
IV-6
IV-6
IV-11
IV-6
IV-6
IV-19
IV-15
IV-6
IV-19
IV-8
IV-19
IV-6
IV-6
IV-5
IV-8
IV-7
IV-1 9
IV-9
IV-9
IV-6
CAS
number
1332-21-4
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1336-36-3
1746-01-6
2550-14-51
2550-98-5
27598-85-2
3389-71-7
61386-02-5
*65992-66-7
79771-08-7
79771-09-8
85137-09-3
87320-05-6
85712-26-1
85712-27-2
96915-49-0
96915-50-3
Page
number
IV-4
IV-11
IV-11
IV-12
IV-12
IV-12
IV-12
IV-12
IV-12
IV-1 3
IV-1 3
IV-8
IV-6
IV-3
IV-8
IV-4
IV-10
IV-9
IV-7
IV-4
IV-3
IV-1 8
IV-1 8
IV-3
IV-3
CAS
number
96915-52-5
























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number
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