The High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge Program is a voluntary initiative that encouraged companies that manufacture or import high-volume chemicals (defined as more than 1 million pounds a year) to collect and make public data concerning environmental and health hazards associated with the chemicals. For more information, see: E.P.A. High Production Volume.
CERM has experience meeting the challenges that come with multiple HPV submissions. We excel in the areas of collecting and organizing data, identifying and grouping similar substances, and filling in data gaps by using analogous structures, predictive methods, and read-across data. We have the knowledge and expertise to help in all areas of HPV submissions, from data collection to preparation of Robust Summaries and Test Plans.
For more information, please contact Peter Ranslow.