Taking the Leap – TSCA Chemical Data Reporting Changes and Compliance for 2020

Taking the Leap – TSCA Chemical Data Reporting Changes and Compliance for 2020          

Wednesday, March 11, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET

Just like leap year, Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Data Reporting requirements occur every 4 years.  Reports must be submitted between June 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020.  This webinar will outline a step-by-step strategy for complying with Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) which addresses the complex reporting aspects unique to these quadrennial submittals to help you make the leap as smooth as possible.
Topics addressed will include:

  • How to determine reportable chemicals/substances
  • What types of chemicals are exempt (or partially exempt) from reporting
  • New requirements for the 2020 reports
  • Common questions that arise during preparation of the CDR
Industry categories covered under CDR include chemical production and importation, petroleum refining, paper production, and the metals industry. 
     $99 A&WMA Member; $149 Non-Member
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Loree J. Fields, PhD, P.E., Senior Project Manager, AECOM’s Baton Rouge Office
Loree J. Fields is a chemical engineer working in the Air Group at the AECOM Baton Rouge, LA Office.  She has over 29 years of experience in the areas of air permitting and regulatory compliance evaluation. She was actively engaged in the 2006 TSCA Inventory Updating Reporting cycle, the 2012 and 2016 TSCA Chemical Data Reporting cycles, and the 2017/2018 TSCA Inventory Notification (Active-Inactive) submittals both in preparing reports for facilities and in providing training and guidance to co-workers and clients.

Andy Nishida, P.E., Senior Project Manager, AECOM’s Glen Allen, VA Office
Andy Nishida is an environmental engineer based in Virginia working within AECOM’s Southeast Air Group.  In his 30-plus year (28-plus at AECOM) career, he has specialized in many aspects of compliance with the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 including developing air emissions inventories, Title V and minor NSR permitting and compliance, and training/auditing.  His clients have included private manufacturing and industrial facilities as well as various federal entities.  He has provided various environmental compliance support to refinery facilities including TSCA reporting.


Mark B. Robinson, P.E., CHMM, CPEA / Technical Director, ALL4 Multimedia EHS Compliance Practice / Atlanta
Mark Robinson is a Technical Director in ALL4’s Multimedia EHS Compliance Proactive Area and has 25 years of EHS compliance practice experience, serving a variety of chemical, pulp & paper, manufacturing, and telecommunication clients.  He is a professional engineer, CHMM, and CPEA. Mark provided CDR reporting services for clients from presenting on CDR to providing reporting services.