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Customs can refuse entry of any shipment that does not have a TSCA certification. TSCA certificate is not required for articles and tobacco products. For other chemicals, you may follow the picture below to determine whether you need a positive certification or a negative certification.
Under U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regulations implementing TSCA section 13, importers are required to certify that imported chemicals either comply with TSCA (positive certification) or, if they are not clearly identified as excluded from TSCA, are not subject to TSCA (negative certification).
Certification Statements. An importer's statement must certify either that the chemical shipment is: subject to TSCA and complies with all applicable rules and orders (positive certification) or that the chemical shipment is not subject to TSCA (negative certification)
Alternate ways to access the non-confidential TSCA Inventory Go to Substance Registry Services (link opens in a new tab) Select the \u201csearch by list" option. Type "TSCA Inventory" in the List Name field. Click the "filter" button and select "TSCA Inventory \u2013 TSCA Inv" from the drop-down list.
The most common type of form is a Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Certification for addressees located in the USA. This paperwork is required by the US Customs Office, usually for shipments including ink or some non-toxic paints (such as Gundam Markers).

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The Principal Investigator, Lab Manager or Researcher must fill out the TSCA Import Certification Form which will accompany the purchase order that lists the chemical names. This form must be available to the carrier and customs officer at the time of import.
For purposes of regulation under TSCA, if a chemical is on the Inventory, the substance is considered an "existing" chemical substance in U.S. commerce. Any chemical that is not on the Inventory is considered a \u201cnew chemical substance.\u201d
The most common type of form is a Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Certification for addressees located in the USA. This paperwork is required by the US Customs Office, usually for shipments including ink or some non-toxic paints (such as Gundam Markers).
A TSCA certificate is a self-declaration document to show customs that all chemical substances imported into the United States either comply with the Toxic Substance Control Act (TCSA) at the time of import (positive certification) or not subject to TSCA requirements (negative certification).
Certification Statements. An importer's statement must certify either that the chemical shipment is: subject to TSCA and complies with all applicable rules and orders (positive certification) or that the chemical shipment is not subject to TSCA (negative certification)

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