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Every four years, chemical manufacturers and importers are required to provide EPA with information on the production and use of chemicals in U.S. commerce. The information gathering process is often not straightforward and missteps in reporting can invite enforcement and commercial liability. The 2024 CDR submission period will be from June 1, 2024 to September 30, 2024, during which manufacturers (including importers) must report if they meet certain volume thresholds at any single site for each calendar year from 2020 – 2023. CDR data is published and supports EPA’s information needs for prioritization, risk evaluation and risk management under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
In this webinar Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.’s Richard E. Engler, Ph.D., Director of Chemistry, will present best practices to prepare for this reporting cycle. This webinar will offer decision making training on identification of relevant reporting requirements and exemptions for companies and chemical substances. The electronic data reporting system, EPA’s Central Data Exchange (CDX) system and its registration requirements will be reviewed, including role management.
Note: Active ACD membership required for registration approval.
Thank you Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. for sponsoring this webinar.
The industry is actively pursuing digital transformation and distributors are finding themselves being slowed down by the same core problem: organizing and digitizing product data.
Successful digital transformation starts with organizing the product data collected from principals, which is often trapped in PDFs, spreadsheets and SharePoint drives. Organizing and harmonizing this data unlocks distributors to pursue their larger digital transformation goals.
Learn about digital transformation trends and challenges specific to distribution and how you can enable your sales team to win more business, while empowering customers to discover your products online from all of your principals.
In the majority of U.S. states and Canada provinces, product certification to NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 60 (Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals-Health Effects) is a regulatory requirement for chemicals used in the treatment of public drinking water supplies. Blake Stark, of NSF International, will provide a Standard 60 overview which is tailored for chemical distributors and will include information on the certification process for chemical repackagers/transporters as well as the process for private label certification of treatment chemicals. Answers to frequently asked questions will be shared, as well as a session for open Q & A.
Richard Puig of Newson Gale will discuss the causes of static electricity and hazards in flammable transfers. He will review the different levels of solutions and equipment that can be implemented to protect against a hazardous area static discharge, from using simple mechanical clamps to systems with visual indication and interlocks for process control. Examples of solutions in drumming and truck loading/unloading will be presented. Additionally, aspects of NFPA 77 will be addressed, including the requirement for bonding and grounding, recommendations for loading tank truck and rail cars, as well as guidance for handling flammable and combustibles for toe and drum filling.
Moving business online increases the scale of both risk and opportunity for distributors. In the age of artificial intelligence, the heuristics that helped us identify fraud in the past have grown ineffective.
Join this session with Sid Malladi, Trevor Messick, and David Fulham of Nuvo, to learn how to onboard business customers digitally, protect yourself from fraud, and increase business velocity.
How do you search for chemical products and ingredients? Join Holly Myers and Paul Broome of Chemformation to explore different ways to search for chemicals online.
Thank you CellMark for sponsoring this webinar.