The EPA’s approval of the revised Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) led to significant changes in how nanomaterials are regulated. The new rule, effective August 2017, requires those who manufacture or process nanoscale materials to electronically report to the EPA chemical identity, volume, exposure information and more.


Attend this timely webinar for insight into:


  • Nanotechnology and the hazards associated with nanoparticles
  • Nanoparticle regulations, including the EPA’s most recent reporting and recordkeeping requirements
  • Who the new rule applies to and what it means for your organization



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Speaker Profiles


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Sandra V. Pirela is an Environmental Health and Safety Consultant at Triumvirate Environmental Inc. (TEI). While at TEI, Sandra has worked with clients in both the healthcare and life sciences fields assisting them with their Environmental Health and Safety programs to ensure compliance with the various regulations at the local, state and federal level. Before joining TEI, Sandra was a Research Fellow at the Center for Nanotechnology and Nanotoxicology at Harvard University, where she focused on the physicochemical, morphological and toxicological characterization of emissions from nano-enabled products at various stages of their life cycle. Sandra graduated with a B.S. degree in Biology from the City College of New York and an M.S. degree in Environmental Health Sciences with a focus on Molecular Toxicology from New York University. She then obtained her doctoral degree at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the department of Environmental Health in the Molecular and Integrative Physiological Sciences program.


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As a Senior Environmental, Health, and Safety Consultant at Triumvirate Environmental Inc. (TEI), Daeva Busino works for industrial, biotechnology, healthcare, and higher education clients managing Environmental, Health, and Safety programs, as well as ensuring compliance with applicable regulations. She also conducts OSHA trainings, writes site safety plans, conducts laboratory audits and hazard assessments, leads incident investigations, and performs industrial hygiene sampling. Daeva earned her Bachelor of Science in Geology with a minor in Biology from the University of Connecticut.