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Use this page to find a range of chemical-specific information submitted to EPA under the Toxic Substances Control Act. This information is part of EPA’s ongoing effort to increase the public’s access to chemical information held by the Agency and is intended for individuals learning more about chemicals that are manufactured or imported into the United States. Read more.

EPA’s newly developed database, ChemView, provides access to chemical information that the Agency receives and develops on chemicals. For more information, Go to ChemView.

Directions for Accessing Information:
  1. Click on the tabs below to review what you will find in each database, e.g., the CDR tab contains the 2014 Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) information.
  2. In the search box, type in a chemical name, CAS number, company name, or document number.
  3. You can also click on the Advanced Options link which will allow you to do a more targeted search.
    Note: The chemical names are listed by their preferred Chemical Abstract Index names on the Substance Registry Service (SRS) and not by their synonyms.
  4. Then select the tab that includes the information of interest to you. If the information is available in that particular tab, the results will be displayed.

You will need Adobe Reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA's PDF page to learn more.


CDR - This tab contains the 2014 Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) information on the production and use of chemicals manufactured or imported into the United States. Download the entire non-confidential CDR database (updated April 9, 2014) .

Disclaimer: This search function provides industry data. EPA is conducting its own review of each data submission according to established EPA guidelines.

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