40 CFR 180.29 - Establishment, modification, and revocation of tolerance on initiative of Administrator.
(a) Upon the Administrator's own initiative, the Administrator may propose, under FFDCA section 408(e), the issuance of a regulation establishing a tolerance for a pesticide chemical or exempting it from the necessity of a tolerance, or a regulation modifying or revoking an existing tolerance or exemption.
(b) The Administrator shall provide a period of not less than 60 days for persons to comment on the proposed regulation, except that a shorter period for comment may be provided if the Administrator for good cause finds that it would be in the public interest to do so and states the reasons for the finding in the notice of proposed rulemaking.
(c) After reviewing any timely comments received, the Administrator may by order establish, modify, or revoke a tolerance regulation, which order and regulation shall be published in the Federal Register. An order published under this section shall state that persons may submit objections and requests for a hearing in the manner described in part 178 of this chapter.
(d) Any final regulation issued under this section shall be effective on the date of publication in the Federal Register unless otherwise provided in the regulation.
- 40 CFR 180.7 — Petitions Proposing Tolerances or Exemptions for Pesticide Residues in or on Raw Agricultural Commodities or Processed Foods.
- 40 CFR 178.70 — Administrative Record.
- 40 CFR 180.32 — Procedure for Modifying and Revoking Tolerances or Exemptions From Tolerances.
- 40 CFR 179.130 — Administrative Record.