- Search for chemicals in products
- Report on chemicals in products
- Important Points for Reporting for Oregon
- Submitting the same report to Oregon’s TFKA as in the past (except number of units sold)? Use the Renewal Rule feature!
The IC2 High Priority Chemicals Data System (HPCDS) is an online platform that supports reporting of information on the presence of chemicals of concern in children’s products required by the Oregon Toxic-Free Kids Act (TFKA) and the Washington Children’s Safe Products Act (CSPA).
Note: the HPCDS is optimized for Chrome and may not work with other browsers. It does not work with Internet Explorer.
Compared with independent, state-specific reporting systems, the HPCDS reduces manufacturers’ reporting burden and should result in fewer reporting errors and inconsistencies. It also provides easy public access to a single source of the information reported by companies to the states. In addition, the HPCDS establishes a framework for implementation of similar reporting programs at greatly reduced cost and thereby eliminates the need for other IC2 members to build and maintain independent reporting systems.
The HPCDS is a project of the Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse (IC2), a program of the Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA). Project funding was provided by an EPA Exchange Network grant to the Oregon Health Authority, in partnership with the Washington State Department of Ecology and NEWMOA.
For information about state reporting requirements, visit:
- Oregon Toxic-Free Kids Act, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Washington State Children’s Safe Products Act, and contact email@example.com
To search reported data, visit the Search Product Category Data page.
Your use of the HPCDS constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Service.
For assistance using the HPCDS, please see the User Guide and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). After consulting the User Guide and FAQ, address technical support and related questions (including requests for accessibility assistance) to:
Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association