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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter RPart 725


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER R—TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT

PART 725—REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND REVIEW PROCESSES FOR MICROORGANISMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS AND APPLICABILITY

§725.1
Scope and purpose.
§725.3
Definitions.
§725.8
Coverage of this part.
§725.12
Identification of microorganisms for Inventory and other listing purposes.
§725.15
Determining applicability when microorganism identity or use is confidential or uncertain.
§725.17
Consultation with EPA.
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Subpart B—ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

§725.20
Scope and purpose.
§725.25
General administrative requirements.
§725.27
Submissions.
§725.28
Notice that submission is not required.
§725.29
EPA acknowledgement of receipt of submission.
§725.32
Errors in the submission.
§725.33
Incomplete submissions.
§725.36
New information.
§725.40
Notice in the Federal Register.
§725.50
EPA review.
§725.54
Suspension of the review period.
§725.56
Extension of the review period.
§725.60
Withdrawal of submission by the submitter.
§725.65
Recordkeeping.
§725.67
Applications to exempt new microorganisms from this part.
§725.70
Compliance.
§725.75
Inspections.
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Subpart C—CONFIDENTIALITY AND PUBLIC ACCESS TO INFORMATION

§725.80
General provisions for confidentiality claims.
§725.85
Microorganism identity.
§725.88
Uses of a microorganism.
§725.92
Data from health and safety studies of microorganisms.
§725.94
Substantiation requirements.
§725.95
Public file.
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Subpart D—MICROBIAL COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

§725.100
Scope and purpose.
§725.105
Persons who must report.
§725.110
Persons not subject to this subpart.
§725.150
Procedural requirements for this subpart.
§725.155
Information to be included in the MCAN.
§725.160
Submission of health and environmental effects data.
§725.170
EPA review of the MCAN.
§725.190
Notice of commencement of manufacture or import.
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Subpart E—EXEMPTIONS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

§725.200
Scope and purpose.
§725.205
Persons who may report under this subpart.
§725.232
Activities subject to the jurisdiction of other Federal programs or agencies.
§725.234
Activities conducted inside a structure.
§725.235
Conditions of exemption for activities conducted inside a structure.
§725.238
Activities conducted outside a structure.
§725.239
Use of specific microorganisms in activities conducted outside a structure.
§725.250
Procedural requirements for the TERA.
§725.255
Information to be included in the TERA.
§725.260
Submission of health and environmental effects data.
§725.270
EPA review of the TERA.
§725.288
Revocation or modification of TERA approval.
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Subpart F—EXEMPTIONS FOR TEST MARKETING

§725.300
Scope and purpose.
§725.305
Persons who may apply under this subpart.
§725.350
Procedural requirements for this subpart.
§725.355
Information to be included in the TME application.
§725.370
EPA review of the TME application.
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Subpart G—GENERAL EXEMPTIONS FOR NEW MICROORGANISMS

§725.400
Scope and purpose.
§725.420
Recipient microorganisms.
§725.421
Introduced genetic material.
§725.422
Physical containment and control technologies.
§725.424
Requirements for the Tier I exemption.
§725.426
Applicability of the Tier I exemption.
§725.428
Requirements for the Tier II exemption.
§725.450
Procedural requirements for the Tier II exemption.
§725.455
Information to be included in the Tier II exemption request.
§725.470
EPA review of the Tier II exemption request.
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Subparts H-K [Reserved]

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Subpart L—ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING ON SIGNIFICANT NEW USES OF MICROORGANISMS

§725.900
Scope and purpose.
§725.910
Persons excluded from reporting significant new uses.
§725.912
Exemptions.
§725.920
Exports and imports.
§725.950
Additional recordkeeping requirements.
§725.975
EPA approval of alternative control measures.
§725.980
Expedited procedures for issuing significant new use rules for microorganisms subject to section 5(e) orders.
§725.984
Modification or revocation of certain notification requirements.
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Subpart M—SIGNIFICANT NEW USES FOR SPECIFIC MICROORGANISMS

§725.1000
Scope.
§725.1075
Burkholderia cepacia complex.


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