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Prioritization is an important part of the updated TSCA because it is the first step in EPA’s process to evaluate the safety of existing chemicals. It is a risk-based screening process for designating chemicals as low or high priority for TSCA risk evaluations. The process is required by law to be transparent and science-based during which stakeholders have the opportunity to provide reasonably available safety and health data and other relevant information to EPA about the priority candidates.

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