40 CFR § 711.15 - Reporting information to EPA.

§ 711.15 Reporting information to EPA.

Any person who must report under this part, as described in § 711.8, must submit the information described in this section for each chemical substance described in § 711.5 that the person manufactured (including imported) for commercial purposes in an amount of 25,000 lb (11,340 kg) or more (or in an amount of 2,500 lb (1,134 kg) or more for chemical substances subject to the rules, orders, or actions described in § 711.8(b)) at any one site during any calendar year since the last principal reporting year (e.g., for the 2020 submission period, consider calendar years 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, because 2015 was the last principal reporting year). The principal reporting year for each submission period is the previous calendar year (e.g., the principal reporting year for the 2020 submission period is calendar year 2019). For all submission periods, a separate report must be submitted for each chemical substance at each site for which the submitter is required to report. A submitter of information under this part must report information as described in this section to the extent that such information is known to or reasonably ascertainable by that person.

(a) Reporting information to EPA. Any person who reports information to EPA must complete a Form U using the e-CDRweb reporting tool provided by EPA at the address set forth in § 711.35. The submission must include all information described in paragraph (b) of this section. Persons must submit the chemical reports on a separate single Form U for each site for which the person is required to report. The e-CDRweb reporting tool is described in the instructions available from EPA at the website set forth in § 711.35.

(b) Information to be reported. The information described in paragraphs (b)(1) through (4) of this section must be reported for each chemical substance manufactured (including imported) in an amount of 25,000 lb (11,340 kg) or more (or in an amount of 2,500 lb (1,134 kg) or more for chemical substances subject to the rules, orders, or actions described in § 711.8(b)) at any one site during any calendar year since the last principal reporting year. The requirement to report information described in paragraph (b)(4) of this section is subject to exemption as described in § 711.6.

(1) A certification statement signed and dated by an authorized official of the submitter company. The authorized official must certify that the submitted information has been completed in compliance with the requirements of this part and that the confidentiality claims made on the Form U are true and correct. The certification must be signed and dated by the authorized official for the submitter company, and provide that person's name, official title, and email address.

(2) Company and site information. The following currently correct parent company and site information at the date of CDR submission must be reported for each site at which a reportable chemical substance is manufactured (including imported) above the applicable production volume threshold, as described in this section (see § 711.3 for the “site” for importers and special situations).

(i) The legal name, address, and Dun and Bradstreet D-U-N-S® (D&B) number for the highest-level parent company located in the United States and, if one exists, for the highest-level foreign-based parent company. A submitter under this part must obtain a D&B number for the parent company if none exists and must report using the standardized conventions for the naming of a parent company as provided in the CDR Instructions for Reporting identified in § 711.35.

(ii) The name of a person who will serve as technical contact for the submitter company who will be able to answer questions about the information submitted by the company to EPA, and that technical contact person's full mailing address, telephone number, and email address.

(iii) The legal name and full street address of each site. A submitter under this part must include the appropriate D&B number for each site reported, and the county or parish (or other jurisdictional indicator) in which the site is located. A submitter under this part must obtain a D&B number for the site reported if none exists. For a co-manufacturing situation in which the contracting company initiates the report, the contracting company must report both the site controlling the contract and the producing company's site information.

(iv) The six-digit NAICS code for the site. A submitter under this part must include the appropriate six-digit NAICS code for each site reported.

(3) Chemical-specific information. The following chemical-specific information must be reported for each reportable chemical substance manufactured (including imported) above the applicable production volume threshold, as described in paragraph (b) of this section:

(i) The specific, currently correct CA Index name as used to list the chemical substance on the TSCA Inventory and the correct corresponding CASRN for each reportable chemical substance at each site. Submitters who wish to report chemical substances listed on the confidential portion of the TSCA Inventory will need to report the chemical substance using the corresponding TSCA Accession Number that is listed on the public portion of the Inventory. In addition to reporting the chemical identifying number itself, submitters must specify the type of number they are reporting by selecting from among the codes in Table 1 to paragraph (b)(3)(i).

Table 1 to Paragraph (b)(3)(i) - Codes To Specify Type of Chemical Identifying Number

Code Number type
A TSCA Accession Number.
C Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CASRN).

(A) If an importer submitting a report cannot provide the information specified in this paragraph (b)(3)(i) because it is unknown to the importer and claimed as confidential by the supplier of the chemical substance or mixture, the importer must use e-CDRweb to ask the supplier to provide the correct chemical identity and, in the case of a mixture, the percentage of formulation and chemical function information directly to EPA in a joint submission. Such request must include instructions for submitting chemical identity information electronically, using e-CDRweb and CDX (see § 711.35), and for clearly referencing the importer's submission. Contact information for the supplier, a trade name or other designation for the chemical substance or mixture, and a copy of the request to the supplier must be included with the importer's submission.

(B) If a manufacturer submitting a report cannot provide the information specified in this paragraph (b)(3)(i) because the reportable chemical substance is manufactured using a reactant having a specific chemical identity that is unknown to the manufacturer and claimed as confidential by its supplier, the manufacturer must use e-CDRweb to ask the supplier of the confidential reactant to provide the correct chemical identity of the confidential reactant directly to EPA in a joint submission. Such request must include instructions for submitting chemical identity information electronically using e-CDRweb and CDX (see § 711.35), and for clearly referencing the manufacturer's submission. Contact information for the supplier, a trade name or other designation for the chemical substance, and a copy of the request to the supplier must be included with the importer's submission.

(C) EPA will accept only joint submissions that are submitted electronically using e-CDRweb and CDX (see § 711.35) and that clearly reference the primary submission to which they refer.

(ii) For the principal reporting year only, a statement indicating, for each reportable chemical substance at each site, whether the chemical substance is manufactured in the United States, imported into the United States, or both manufactured in the United States and imported into the United States.

(iii) For the principal reporting year only, the total annual volume (in pounds) of each reportable chemical substance domestically manufactured or imported at each site. The total annual domestically manufactured volume (not including imported volume) and the total annual imported volume must be separately reported. These amounts must be reported to two significant figures of accuracy. In addition, the total annual volume (domestically manufactured plus imported volumes in pounds) of each reportable chemical substance at each site for each complete calendar year since the last principal reporting year.

(iv) For the principal reporting year only, the volume used on site and the volume directly exported of each reportable chemical substance domestically manufactured or imported at each site. These amounts must be reported to two significant figures of accuracy.

(v) For the principal reporting year only, a designation indicating, for each imported reportable chemical substance at each site, whether the imported chemical substance is physically present at the reporting site.

(vi) For the principal reporting year only, a designation indicating, for each reportable chemical substance at each site, whether the chemical substance is being recycled or otherwise used for a commercial purpose instead of being disposed of as a waste or included in a waste stream.

(vii) For the principal reporting year only, the total number of workers reasonably likely to be exposed to each reportable chemical substance at each site. For each reportable chemical substance at each site, the submitter must select from among the ranges of workers listed in Table 2 to paragraph (b)(3)(vii) and report the corresponding code (i.e., W1 through W8):

Table 2 to Paragraph (b)(3)(vii) - Codes for Reporting Number of Workers Reasonably Likely To Be Exposed

Code Range
W1 Fewer than 10 workers.
W2 At least 10 but fewer than 25 workers.
W3 At least 25 but fewer than 50 workers.
W4 At least 50 but fewer than 100 workers.
W5 At least 100 but fewer than 500 workers.
W6 At least 500 but fewer than 1,000 workers.
W7 At least 1,000 but fewer than 10,000 workers.
W8 At least 10,000 workers.

(viii) For the principal reporting year only, the maximum concentration, measured by percentage of weight, of each reportable chemical substance at the time it is sent off-site from each site. If the chemical substance is site-limited, you must report the maximum concentration, measured by percentage of weight of the reportable chemical substance at the time it is reacted on-site to produce a different chemical substance. This information must be reported regardless of the physical form(s) in which the chemical substance is sent off-site/reacted on-site. For each chemical substance at each site, select the maximum concentration of the chemical substance from among the ranges listed in Table 3 to paragraph (b)(3)(viii) and report the corresponding code (i.e., M1 through M5):

Table 3 to Paragraph (b)(3)(viii) - Codes for Reporting Maximum Concentration of Chemical Substance

Code Concentration range
(percent weight)
M1 Less than 1 percent by weight.
M2 At least 1 but less than 30 percent by weight.
M3 At least 30 but less than 60 percent by weight.
M4 At least 60 but less than 90 percent by weight.
M5 At least 90 percent by weight.

(ix) For the principal reporting year only, the physical form(s) of the reportable chemical substance as it is sent off-site from each site. If the chemical substance is site-limited, you must report the physical form(s) of the reportable chemical substance at the time it is reacted on-site to produce a different chemical substance. For each chemical substance at each site, the submitter must report as many physical forms as applicable from among the physical forms listed in this Unit:

(A) Dry powder.

(B) Pellets or large crystals.

(C) Water- or solvent-wet solid.

(D) Other solid.

(E) Gas or vapor.

(F) Liquid.

(x) For the principal reporting year only, submitters must report the percentage, rounded off to the closest 10 percent, of total production volume of the reportable chemical substance, reported in response to paragraph (b)(3)(iii) of this section, that is associated with each physical form reported under paragraph (b)(3)(ix) of this section.

(4) Chemical-specific information related to processing and use. The following chemical-specific information must be reported for each reportable chemical substance manufactured (including imported) above the applicable production volume threshold, as described in this section. Persons subject to paragraph (b)(4) of this section must report the information described in paragraphs (b)(4)(i) and (ii) of this section for each reportable chemical substance at sites under their control and at sites that receive a reportable chemical substance from the submitter directly or indirectly (including through a broker/distributor, from a customer of the submitter, etc.). Information reported in response to this paragraph must be reported for the principal reporting year only and only to the extent that it is known to or reasonably ascertainable by the submitter. Information required to be reported under this paragraph is limited to domestic (i.e., within the customs territory of the United States) processing and use activities. If information responsive to a given data requirement under this paragraph, including information in the form of an estimate, is not known or reasonably ascertainable, the submitter is not required to respond to the requirement.

(i) Industrial processing and use information.

(A) A designation indicating the type of industrial processing or use operation(s) at each site that receives a reportable chemical substance from the submitter site directly or indirectly (whether the recipient site(s) are controlled by the submitter site or not). For each chemical substance, report the letters which correspond to the appropriate processing or use operation(s) listed in Table 4 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(A). A particular designation may need to be reported more than once, to the extent that a submitter reports more than one sector (under paragraph (b)(4)(i)(B) of this section) that applies to a given designation under this paragraph.

Table 4 to Paragraph (b)(4)(i)(A) - Codes for Reporting Type of Industrial Processing or Use Operation

Designation Operation
PC Processing as a reactant.
PF Processing - incorporation into formulation, mixture, or reaction product.
PA Processing - incorporation into article.
PK Processing - repackaging.
U Use - non-incorporative activities.

(B) A code indicating the sector(s) that best describe the industrial activities associated with each industrial processing or use operation reported under paragraph (b)(4)(i)(A) of this section. For each chemical substance, report the code that corresponds to the appropriate sector(s) listed in Table 5 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(B). A particular sector code may need to be reported more than once, to the extent that a submitter reports more than one function code (under paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) of this section) that applies to a given sector code under this paragraph.

Table 5 to Paragraph (b)(4)(i)(B) - Codes for Reporting Industrial Sectors

Code Sector description
IS1 Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting.
IS2 Oil and gas drilling, extraction, and support activities.
IS3 Mining (except oil and gas) and support activities.
IS4 Utilities.
IS5 Construction.
IS6 Food, beverage, and tobacco product manufacturing.
IS7 Textiles, apparel, and leather manufacturing.
IS8 Wood product manufacturing.
IS9 Paper manufacturing.
IS10 Printing and related support activities.
IS11 Petroleum refineries.
IS12 Asphalt paving, roofing, and coating materials manufacturing.
IS13 Petroleum lubricating oil and grease manufacturing.
IS14 All other petroleum and coal products manufacturing.
IS15 Petrochemical manufacturing.
IS16 Industrial gas manufacturing.
IS17 Synthetic dye and pigment manufacturing.
IS18 Carbon black manufacturing.
IS19 All other basic inorganic chemical manufacturing.
IS20 Cyclic crude and intermediate manufacturing.
IS21 All other basic organic chemical manufacturing.
IS22 Plastics material and resin manufacturing.
IS23 Synthetic rubber manufacturing.
IS24 Organic fiber manufacturing.
IS25 Pesticide, fertilizer, and other agricultural chemical manufacturing.
IS26 Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing.
IS27 Paint and coating manufacturing.
IS28 Adhesive manufacturing.
IS29 Soap, cleaning compound, and toilet preparation manufacturing.
IS30 Printing ink manufacturing.
IS31 Explosives manufacturing.
IS32 Custom compounding of purchased resins.
IS33 Photographic film, paper, plate, and chemical manufacturing.
IS34 All other chemical product and preparation manufacturing.
IS35 Plastics product manufacturing.
IS36 Rubber product manufacturing.
IS37 Non-metallic mineral product manufacturing (includes cement, clay, concrete, glass, gypsum, lime, and other non-metallic mineral product manufacturing).
IS38 Primary metal manufacturing.
IS39 Fabricated metal product manufacturing.
IS40 Machinery manufacturing.
IS41 Computer and electronic product manufacturing.
IS42 Electrical equipment, appliance, and component manufacturing.
IS43 Transportation equipment manufacturing.
IS44 Furniture and related product manufacturing.
IS45 Miscellaneous manufacturing.
IS46 Wholesale and retail trade.
IS47 Services.
IS48 Other (requires additional information).

(C) For each sector reported under paragraph (b)(4)(i)(B) of this section, the applicable code(s) from Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) must be selected to designate the function category(ies) that best represents the specific manner in which the chemical substance is used. For the 2020 submission period:

(1) Use column A in Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) for chemical substances designated in 2019 as high priority for risk evaluation (those chemicals listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C)); and

(2) Use either column A or B in Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) for chemical substances not listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C). For the 2024 and future submission periods, use only column A in Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C). A particular function category may need to be reported more than once, to the extent that a submitter reports more than one industrial processing or use operation/sector combination (under paragraphs (b)(4)(i)(A) and (B) of this section) that applies to a given function category under this paragraph. If more than 10 unique combinations of industrial processing or use operations/sector/function categories apply to a chemical substance, submitters need only report the 10 unique combinations for the chemical substance that cumulatively represent the largest percentage of the submitter's production volume for that chemical substance, measured by weight. If none of the listed function categories accurately describes a use of a chemical substance, the category “Other” may be used, and must include a description of the use.

Table 6 to Paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) - Codes for Reporting Function Categories

Column A Column B
Code Category Code Category
F001 Abrasives U001 Abrasives.
F002 Etching agent
F003 Adhesion/cohesion promoter U002 Adhesives and sealant chemicals.
F004 Binder
F005 Flux agent
F006 Sealant (barrier)
F007 Absorbent U003 Adsorbents and absorbents.
F008 Adsorbent
F009 Dehydrating agent (desiccant)
F010 Drier
F011 Humectant
F012 Soil amendments (fertilizers) U004 Agricultural chemicals (non-pesticidal).
F013 Anti-adhesive/cohesive U005 Anti-adhesive agents.
F014 Dusting agent
F015 Bleaching agent U006 Bleaching agents.
F016 Brightener
F017 Anti-scaling agent U007 Corrosion inhibitors and anti-scaling agents.
F018 Corrosion inhibitor
F019 Dye U008 Dyes.
F020 Fixing agent (mordant)
F021 Hardener U009 Fillers.
F022 Filler
F023 Anti-static agent U010 Finishing agents.
F024 Softener and conditioner
F025 Swelling agent
F026 Tanning agents not otherwise specified
F027 Waterproofing agent
F028 Wrinkle resisting agent
F029 Flame retardant U011 Flame retardants.
F030 Fuel agents U012 Fuels and fuel additives.
F031 Fuel
F032 Heat transferring agent U013 Functional fluids (closed systems).
F033 Hydraulic fluids
F034 Insulators
F035 Refrigerants
F036 Anti-freeze agent U014 Functional fluids (open systems).
F037 Intermediate U015 Intermediates.
F038 Monomers
F039 Ion exchange agent U016 Ion exchange agents.
F040 Anti-slip agent U017 Lubricants and lubricant additives.
F041 Lubricating agent
F042 Deodorizer U018 Odor agents.
F043 Fragrance
F044 Oxidizing agent U019 Oxidizing/reducing agents.
F045 Reducing agent
F046 Photosensitive agent U020 Photosensitive chemicals.
F047 Photosensitizers
F048 Semiconductor and photovoltaic agent
F049 UV stabilizer
F050 Opacifer U021 Pigments.
F051 Pigment
F052 Plasticizer U022 Plasticizers.
F053 Plating agent U023 Plating agents and surface treating agents.
F054 Catalyst U024 Process regulators.
F055 Chain transfer agent
F056 Chemical reaction regulator
F057 Crystal growth modifiers (nucleating agents)
F058 Polymerization promoter
F059 Terminator/Blocker
F060 Processing aids, specific to petroleum production U025 Processing aids, specific to petroleum production.
F061 Antioxidant U026 Processing aids, not otherwise listed.
F062 Chelating agent
F063 Defoamer
F064 pH regulating agent
F065 Processing aids not otherwise specified
F066 Energy Releasers (explosives, motive propellant) U027 Propellants and blowing agents.
F067 Foamant
F068 Propellants, non-motive (blowing agents)
F069 Cloud-point depressant U028 Solids separation agents.
F070 Flocculating agent
F071 Flotation agent
F072 Solids separation (precipitating) agent, not otherwise specified
F073 Cleaning agent U029 Solvents (for cleaning or degreasing).
F074 Diluent U030 Solvents (which become part of product formulation or mixture).
F075 Solvent
F076 Surfactant (surface active agent) U031 Surface active agents.
F077 Emulsifier
F078 Thickening agent U032 Viscosity adjustors.
F079 Viscosity modifiers
F080 Laboratory chemicals U033 Laboratory chemicals.
F081 Dispersing agent U034 Paint additives and coating additives not described by other categories.
F082 Freeze-thaw additive
F083 Surface modifier
F084 Wetting agent (non-aqueous)
F085 Aerating and deaerating agents U999 Other (specify).
F086 Explosion inhibitor
F087 Fire extinguishing agent
F088 Flavoring and nutrient
F089 Anti-redeposition agent
F090 Anti-stain agent
F091 Anti-streaking agent
F092 Conductive agent
F093 Incandescent agent
F094 Magnetic element
F095 Anti-condensation agent
F096 Coalescing agent
F097 Film former
F098 Demulsifier
F099 Stabilizing agent
F100 Alloys
F101 Density modifier
F102 Elasticizer
F103 Flow promoter
F104 Sizing agent
F105 Solubility enhancer
F106 Vapor pressure modifiers
F107 Embalming agent
F108 Heat stabilizer
F109 Preservative
F110 Anti-caking agent
F111 Deflocculant
F112 Dust suppressant
F113 Impregnation agent
F114 Leaching agent
F115 Tracer
F116 X-ray absorber
F999 Other

For the 2020 submission period: (1) Use column A for chemical substances designated in 2019 as high priority for risk evaluation (those chemicals listed in Table 7 to paragraph(b)(4)(i)(C) and (2) use either column A or B for chemical substances not listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C).

For the 2024 and future submission periods, use only column A.

Table 7 to Paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) - CASRNs of Chemical Substances Designated as High Priority for Risk Evaluation Under TSCA Section 6(b) on December 30, 2019

CASRN Chemical substance
106-46-7 p-Dichlorobenzene.
107-06-2 1,2-Dichloroethane.
156-60-5 trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene.
95-50-1 o-Dichlorobenzene.
79-00-5 1,1,2-Trichloroethane.
78-87-5 1,2-Dichloropropane.
75-34-3 1,1-Dichloroethane.
84-74-2 Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) (1,2-Benzene-dicarboxylic acid, 1,2-dibutyl ester).
85-68-7 Butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP) - 1,2-Benzene-dicarboxylic acid, 1-butyl 2(phenylmethyl) ester.
117-81-7 Di-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) - (1,2-Benzene-dicarboxylic acid, 1,2-bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester).
84-69-5 Di-isobutyl phthalate (DIBP) - (1,2-Benzene-dicarboxylic acid, 1,2-bis-(2methylpropyl) ester).
84-61-7 Dicyclohexyl phthalate.
79-94-7 4,4′-(1-Methylethylidene)bis[2,6-dibromophenol] (TBBPA).
115-96-8 Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP).
115-86-6 Phosphoric acid, triphenyl ester (TPP).
106-93-4 Ethylene dibromide.
106-99-0 1,3-Butadiene.
1222-05-5 1,3,4,6,7,8-Hexahydro-4,6,6,7,8,8-hexamethylcyclopental[g]-2-benzopyran (HHCB).
50-00-0 Formaldehyde.
85-44-9 Phthalic anhydride.

(D) The estimated percentage, rounded off to the closest 10 percent, of total production volume of the reportable chemical substance associated with each combination of industrial processing or use operation, sector, and function category. Where a particular combination of industrial processing or use operation, sector, and function category accounts for less than 5 percent of the submitter's site's total production volume of a reportable chemical substance, the percentage must not be rounded off to 0 percent if the production volume attributable to that industrial processing or use operation, sector, and function category combination is 25,000 lb (11,340 kg) or more during the reporting year. Instead, in such a case, submitters must report the percentage, rounded off to the closest 1 percent, of the submitter's site's total production volume of the reportable chemical substance associated with the particular combination of industrial processing or use operation, sector, and function category.

(E) For each combination of industrial processing or use operation, sector, and function category, the submitter must estimate the number of sites at which each reportable chemical substance is processed or used. For each combination associated with each chemical substance, the submitter must select from among the ranges of sites listed in Table 8 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(E) and report the corresponding code (i.e., S1 through S7):

Table 8 to Paragraph (b)(4)(i)(E) - Codes for Reporting Numbers of Sites

Code Range
S1 Fewer than 10 sites.
S2 At least 10 but fewer than 25 sites.
S3 At least 25 but fewer than 100 sites.
S4 At least 100 but fewer than 250 sites.
S5 At least 250 but fewer than 1,000 sites.
S6 At least 1,000 but fewer than 10,000 sites.
S7 At least 10,000 sites.

(F) For each combination of industrial processing or use operation, sector, and function category, the submitter must estimate the number of workers reasonably likely to be exposed to each reportable chemical substance. For each combination associated with each chemical substance, the submitter must select from among the worker ranges listed in paragraph (b)(3)(vii) of this section and report the corresponding code (i.e., W1 though W8).

(ii) Consumer and commercial use information.

(A) Using the applicable codes listed in Table 9 to paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A), submitters must designate the consumer and commercial product category(ies) that best describe the consumer and commercial products in which each reportable chemical substance is used (whether the recipient site(s) are controlled by the submitter site or not). For the 2020 submission period:

(1) Use column A in Table 9 to paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) for chemical substances designated in 2019 as high priority for risk evaluation (those chemicals listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C); and

(2) Use either column A or B in Table 9 to paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) for chemical substances not listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C). For the 2024 and future submission periods, use only column A in Table 9 to paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A). If more than 10 codes apply to a chemical substance, submitters need only report the 10 codes for the chemical substance that cumulatively represent the largest percentage of the submitter's production volume for that chemical, measured by weight. If none of the listed consumer and commercial product categories accurately describes the consumer and commercial products in which each reportable chemical substance is used, the category “Other” may be used, and must include a description of the use.

Table 9 to Paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) - Codes for Reporting Consumer and Commercial Product Categories

Column A Column B
Code Category Code Category
Chemical Substances in Furnishing, Cleaning, Treatment Care Products
CC101 Construction and building materials covering large surface areas including stone, plaster, cement, glass and ceramic articles; fabrics, textiles, and apparel C101 Floor coverings.
CC102 Furniture & furnishings including plastic articles (soft); leather articles C102 Foam seating and bedding products.
CC103 Furniture & furnishings including stone, plaster, cement, glass and ceramic articles; metal articles; or rubber articles C103 Furniture and furnishings not covered elsewhere.
CC104 Leather conditioner C104 Fabric, textile, and leather products not covered elsewhere.
CC105 Leather tanning, dye, finishing, impregnation and care products
CC106 Textile (fabric) dyes
CC107 Textile finishing and impregnating/surface treatment products
CC108 All-purpose foam spray cleaner C105 Cleaning and furnishing care products.
CC109 All-purpose liquid cleaner/polish
CC110 All-purpose liquid spray cleaner
CC111 All-purpose waxes and polishes
CC112 Appliance cleaners
CC113 Drain and toilet cleaners (liquid)
CC114 Powder cleaners (floors)
CC115 Powder cleaners (porcelain)
CC116 Dishwashing detergent (liquid/gel) C106 Laundry and dishwashing products.
CC117 Dishwashing detergent (unit dose/granule)
CC118 Dishwashing detergent liquid (hand-wash)
CC119 Dry cleaning and associated products
CC120 Fabric enhancers
CC121 Laundry detergent (unit-dose/granule)
CC122 Laundry detergent (liquid)
CC123 Stain removers
CC124 Ion exchangers C107 Water treatment products.
CC125 Liquid water treatment products
CC126 Solid/Powder water treatment products
CC127 Liquid body soap C108 Personal care products.
CC128 Liquid hand soap
CC129 Solid bar soap
CC130 Air fresheners for motor vehicles C109 Air care products.
CC131 Continuous action air fresheners
CC132 Instant action air fresheners
CC133 Anti-static spray C110 Apparel and footwear care products.
CC134 Apparel finishing, and impregnating/surface treatment products
CC135 Insect repellent treatment
CC136 Pre-market waxes, stains, and polishes applied to footwear
CC137 Post-market waxes, and polishes applied to footwear (shoe polish)
CC138 Waterproofing and water-resistant sprays
Chemical Substances in Construction, Paint, Electrical, and Metal Products
CC201 Fillers and putties C201 Adhesives and sealants.
CC202 Hot-melt adhesives
CC203 One-component caulks
CC204 Solder
CC205 Single-component glues and adhesives
CC206 Two-component caulks
CC207 Two-component glues and adhesives
CC208 Adhesive/Caulk removers C202 Paints and coatings.
CC209 Aerosol spray paints
CC210 Lacquers, stains, varnishes and floor finishes
CC211 Paint strippers/removers
CC212 Powder coatings
CC213 Radiation curable coatings
CC214 Solvent-based paint
CC215 Thinners
CC216 Water-based paint
CC217 Construction and building materials covering large surface areas, including wood articles C203 Building/construction materials - wood and engineered wood products.
CC218 Construction and building materials covering large surface areas, including paper articles; metal articles; stone, plaster, cement, glass and ceramic articles C204 Building/construction materials not covered elsewhere.
CC219 Machinery, mechanical appliances, electrical/electronic articles C205 Electrical and electronic products.
CC220 Other machinery, mechanical appliances, electronic/electronic articles
CC221 Construction and building materials covering large surface areas, including metal articles C206 Metal products not covered elsewhere.
CC222 Electrical batteries and accumulators C207 Batteries.
Chemical Substances in Packaging, Paper, Plastic, Toys, Hobby Products
CC990 Non-TSCA use C301 Food packaging.
CC301 Packaging (excluding food packaging), including paper articles C302 Paper products.
CC302 Other articles with routine direct contact during normal use, including paper articles
CC303 Packaging (excluding food packaging), including rubber articles; plastic articles (hard); plastic articles (soft) C303 Plastic and rubber products not covered elsewhere.
CC304 Other articles with routine direct contact during normal use including rubber articles; plastic articles (hard)
CC305 Toys intended for children's use (and child dedicated articles), including fabrics, textiles, and apparel; or plastic articles (hard) C304 Toys, playground, and sporting equipment.
CC306 Adhesives applied at elevated temperatures C305 Arts, crafts, and hobby materials.
CC307 Cement/concrete
CC308 Crafting glue
CC309 Crafting paint (applied to body)
CC310 Crafting paint (applied to craft)
CC311 Fixatives and finishing spray coatings
CC312 Modelling clay
CC313 Correction fluid/tape C306 Ink, toner, and colorant products.
CC314 Inks in writing equipment (liquid)
CC315 Inks used for stamps
CC316 Toner/Printer cartridge
CC317 Liquid photographic processing solutions C307 Photographic supplies, film, and photochemicals.
Chemical Substances in Automotive, Fuel, Agriculture, Outdoor Use Products
CC401 Exterior car washes and soaps C401 Automotive care products.
CC402 Exterior car waxes, polishes, and coatings
CC403 Interior car care
CC404 Touch up auto paint
CC405 Degreasers C402 Lubricants and greases.
CC406 Liquid lubricants and greases
CC407 Paste lubricants and greases
CC408 Spray lubricants and greases
CC409 Anti-freeze liquids C403 Anti-freeze and de-icing products.
CC410 De-icing liquids
CC411 De-icing solids
CC412 Lock de-icers/releasers
CC413 Cooking and heating fuels C404 Fuels and related products.
CC414 Fuel additives
CC415 Vehicular or appliance fuels
CC416 Explosive materials C405 Explosive materials.
CC417 Agricultural non-pesticidal products C406 Agricultural products (non-pesticidal).
CC418 Lawn and garden care products C407 Lawn and garden care products.
Chemical Substances in Products not Described by Other Codes
CC980 Other (specify) C909 Other (specify).
CC990 Non-TSCA use C980 Non-TSCA use.

For the 2020 submission period: (1) Use column A for chemical substances designated in 2019 as high priority for risk evaluation (those chemicals listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) and (2) use either column A or B for chemical substances not listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C).

For the 2024 and future submission periods, use only column A.

(B) For each consumer and commercial product category reported under paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section, the applicable code(s) described in paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) of this section must be selected to designate the function category(ies) that best represents the specific manner in which the chemical substance is used. For the 2020 submission period:

(1) Use column A in Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) for chemical substances designated in 2019 as high priority for risk evaluation (those chemicals listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C); and

(2) Use either column A or B in Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C) for chemical substances not listed in Table 7 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C). For the 2024 and future submission periods, use only column A in Table 6 to paragraph (b)(4)(i)(C). A particular function category may need to be reported more than once, to the extent that a submitter reports more than one consumer or commercial product category (under paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section) that applies to a given function category under this paragraph. If none of the listed function categories accurately describes a use of a chemical substance, the category “Other” may be used, and must include a description of the use.

(C) An indication, within each consumer and commercial product category reported under paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section, whether the use is a consumer or a commercial use.

(D) Submitters must determine, within each consumer and commercial product category reported under paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section, whether any amount of each reportable chemical substance manufactured (including imported) by the submitter is present in (for example, a plasticizer chemical substance used to make pacifiers) or on (for example, as a component in the paint on a toy) any consumer products intended for use by children age 14 or younger, regardless of the concentration of the chemical substance remaining in or on the product. Submitters must select from the following options: The chemical substance is used in or on any consumer products intended for use by children; the chemical substance is not used in or on any consumer products intended for use by children; or information as to whether the chemical substance is used in or on any consumer products intended for use by children is not known to or reasonably ascertainable by the submitter.

(E) The estimated percentage, rounded off to the closest 10 percent, of the submitter's site's total production volume of the reportable chemical substance associated with each consumer and commercial product category. Where a particular consumer and commercial product category accounts for less than 5 percent of the total production volume of a reportable chemical substance, the percentage must not be rounded off to 0 percent if the production volume attributable to that commercial and consumer product category is 25,000 lb (11,340 kg) or more during the reporting year. Instead, in such a case, submitters must report the percentage, rounded off to the closest 1 percent, of the submitter's site's total production volume of the reportable chemical substance associated with the particular consumer and commercial product category.

(F) Where the reportable chemical substance is used in consumer or commercial products, the estimated typical maximum concentration, measured by weight, of the chemical substance in each consumer and commercial product category reported under paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section. For each chemical substance in each commercial and consumer product category reported under paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section, submitters must select from among the ranges of concentrations listed in Table 3 to paragraph (b)(3)(viii) of this section and report the corresponding code (i.e., M1 through M5).

(G) Where the reportable chemical substance is used in a commercial product, the submitter must estimate the number of commercial workers reasonably likely to be exposed to each reportable chemical substance. For each combination associated with each substance, the submitter must select from among the worker ranges listed in Table 2 to paragraph (b)(3)(vii) of this section and report the corresponding code (i.e., W1 though W8).

[85 FR 20139, Apr. 9, 2020]