EPA issues draft of proposed principles of cumulative risk assessment under TSCA

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed the Draft Proposed Principles of Cumulative Risk Assessment under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Neither a framework nor a guidance document, this draft document outlines the proposed principles of the cumulative risk assessment (CRA) for chemical substances in support of TSCA risk evaluations. EPA plans to solicit comments on this draft document from the Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals (SACC) and the public, which may be used in the future as part of the development of a more detailed TSCA CRA Framework and in support of future CRAs.

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