Senator David Vitter, the late Senator Frank Lautenberg, and a bipartisan group of Senators introduced the Chemical Safety Improvement Act (CSIA)—historic legislation that will enhance public safety and promote innovation, economic growth, and job creation by American manufacturers.
The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) of 1976 needs reform to address new technology and to help the EPA better evaluate and approve chemicals for safe use in industry and products.
Senators from both sides of the aisle support the CSIA.
Concise overview of key elements of the bill.
Complete side-by-side comparison of the bill and current law.
Brief summary of the importance of the bill.
Chemistry is responsible for countless innovations that have made life safer, more fulfilling, and more convenient.
Full language of the legislation as introduced.
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"Leaders of both parties recognize the importance of improving TSCA by backing a reform bill with achievable needed improvements that can be passed with a strong majority. CSIA meets these requirements while improving EPA’s ability to protect human health and the environment."
-Edwin D. Hill, International President, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)