2 edition of Economic analysis of reporting forms, proposed rule section 8(a) of TSCA for commercial and industrial uses of asbestos found in the catalog.
Economic analysis of reporting forms, proposed rule section 8(a) of TSCA for commercial and industrial uses of asbestos
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Commercial and industrial uses of asbestos|
|Statement||by Susan Wright, Katherine Douglass, Philip Mathias|
|Contributions||Douglass, Katherine, Mathias, Philip, 1949-, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Toxic Substances. Economics and Technology Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Economic analysis of reporting forms, proposed rule section 8(a) of TSCA for commercial and industrial uses of asbestos Author: Susan Wright ; Katherine Douglass ; Philip Mathias ; United States. However, EPA is authorized by TSCA section 8(a)(3)(A)(ii) to require TSCA section 8(a) reporting from small manufacturers and processors with respect to any chemical substance that is the subject of a rule proposed or promulgated under TSCA sections 4, 5(b)(4), or 6; that is the subject of an order in effect under TSCA sections 4 or 5(e); that is subject to a consent agreement under TSCA section 4; or that.
Turning to the substance of the rules, the changes adopted today fall short in two significant investor protection areas. First, the final rules fail to include the proposed Form 8-K reporting requirements, similar to those for operating companies, despite the purported rationale of creating parity between funds and operating companies.
TSCA section 8(b)(4)(C) requires EPA to promulgate a rule that establishes the Agency’s Failure to report. In proposed rule section 8 book proposed rule, EPA addressed the situation where a person filed an NOA Form A and asserted a CBI claim for a specific chemical identity, but never, either Economic Analysis for the Final Rule: Procedures for Review of CBI.
Preliminary Determination: Economic and Threshold Analysis For Planning Proposed Rule Introduction By statute and executive order1, an agency proposing a significant regulatory action is required to provide a qualitative and quantitative assessment of. The final regs, like the proposed regs, require section organizations (subject to the filing exceptions provided by Code Sec.
(g)) to follow the reporting requirements under Code Sec. (a)(1) in the same manner as tax-exempt organizations, except to the extent that the IRS revises those requirements as appropriate to carry out the. Not all of the more than 2, previously issued new chemical SNURs will be affected by the changes in Subpart B.
For example, as described in the economic analysis for this proposed rule (Ref), per the EPA Chemical Data Report for Reporting Yearchemicals were reported in commerce and subject to new chemical SNURS. § Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Admission - Income-eligibility and income-targeting.
(a) Applicability. This section describes requirements concerning income-eligibility and income-targeting that apply to the Section 8 project-based assistance programs, except for the moderate rehabilitation and the project-based. Chapter 11 Presentation of Analysis and Results. An economic analysis of regulatory or policy options should present all identifiable costs.
and benefits that are incremental to the regulation or policy under consideration. These should include directly intended effects and associated costs, as well as ancillary (or co-) benefits and costs. With less than one week until the date of the vote, I still had not received the proposed voting draft of the rule.
The final version was finally provided on December 5,spanned pages, and, despite my urgings, lacked an economic analysis. As the adopting release notes, there are significant changes to the rule from the one proposed. EPA. Economic Analysis for the Proposed Rule: Procedures for Review of CBI Claims for the Identity of Chemicals on the TSCA Inventory, 9.
TSCA Inventory Notification (Active-Inactive) Requirements; Proposed Rule. Federal Register, 82 FRJanu (FRL).
NOTICE OF EMERGENCY ADOPTION AND PROPOSED RULE MAKING (Rev. 1/18) PAGE 2OF6 7. Subject of the rule: 8. Purpose of the rule: 9.
Public hearings (check box and complete as applicable): A public hearing is not scheduled.(SKIP TO ITEM 12)A public hearing is required by law and is scheduled below.(Note: first hearing date must be at least 60days after publication of this notice unless a.
The proposed amendment of Item would: require summary risk factor disclosure if the risk factor section exceeds 15 pages; refine the principles-based approach of that rule by changing the disclosure standard from the “most significant” factors to.
Proposed revisions to Exchange Act Rule 21F-8 to provide the Commission with additional flexibility regarding the forms used in connection with the whistleblower program. Proposed amendment to Exchange Act Rule 21F to clarify the list of materials that the Commission may rely upon in making an award determination.
Section 8 Renewal Policy FORMS ; Worksheets for Mark-Up-To-Market (Option 1) Contract Renewal Request Form HUD form Instructions; OCAF Rent Adjustment worksheet - HUD Form worksheet in MS Excel spreadsheet format; HUD form Instructions.
Economic Analysis of the Proposed Regulation I. Summary of Economic Effects The proposed section (f) regulations provide definitions for restitution, remediation, and amounts paid to come into compliance with the law.
These definitions clarify for taxpayers which amounts paid or incurred may be deductible under the statute. Proposed Amendments to Rule The proposed amendments to Rule of Regulation D would increase the aggregate amount of securities that may be offered and sold under Rule in any month period from $1 million to $5 million and disqualify certain bad actors from participation in Rule offerings.
Fiscal Estimate and Economic Impact Analysis: The Fiscal Estimate and Economic Impact Analysis document is attached. Effect on small business: These rules do not have an economic impact on sma1l businesses, as defined in slI4 (1), Department's Regulatory Review Coordinator, Dan Hereth, may be contacted by calling () Agency contact person.
Accordingly, the proposed regulations provide that, notwithstanding the general coordination rule between section (c) and section (b)(7) in proposed § (b)(2)(iii), section (b)(7) does not apply for purposes of determining if a foreign corporation is a PFIC for purposes of the ownership attribution rules in section (a)(2.
However, the UMRA does not apply to final rules for which a general notice of proposed rulemaking was not published. Therefore, because the OCC has found good cause to dispense with notice and comment for the interim final rule, the OCC has not prepared an economic analysis of the rule under the UMRA.
Start List of Subjects List of Subjects. (3)(c) (c) A list of the persons who appeared or registered for or against the proposed rule at a public hearing held under s. or (3)(cm) (cm) Any changes to the analysis prepared under s.EPA is issuing this rule under TSCA section 8(a), 15 U.S.C.
(a), in compliance with the requirements of section 8(a)(5). Under TSCA section 8(a)(5)(A) EPA is to the extent feasible: (A) not require reporting which is unnecessary or duplicative; (B) minimize the cost of compliance with this section and the rules issued thereunder on small.Reporting Violations of the USGSA OR AMA.
The United States Grain Standards Act and the Agricultural Marketing Act regulations require that official personnel promptly report any violations of existing statutes, policies, procedures or instructions.