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Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA chat will reduce the costs of additional Ottawa County, Oklahoma, EPA Docket
94105; phone: (415) 972–3909; fax: response actions for the Site. The Number 06–12–06 and should be
(415) 947–3570; e-mail: purpose of this Settlement Agreement is addressed to Kenneth Talton at the
berninger.stephen@epa.gov. to encourage the sale of the chat in the address listed above.
Dated: February 28, 2007. St. Joe Chat Pile, by resolving certain FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Keith Takata,
liabilities of those with interests in the James Costello (6RC–S), U.S. EPA
chat or in the property containing the Region 6, 1445 Ross Avenue, Dallas,
Director, Superfund Division, Region IX.
chat, thereby helping free the chat for Texas 75202–2733 at (214) 665–8045.
[FR Doc. E7–4274 Filed 3–8–07; 8:45 am] sale.
BILLING CODE 6560–50–P Dated: March 1, 2007.
Under the settlement, settlors (chat
owners and property owners) agree to Richard E. Greene,
execute an agreement for the sale of the Regional Administrator, Region 6.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION chat pile (if they own an interest in the [FR Doc. E7–4283 Filed 3–8–07; 8:45 am]
AGENCY chat), to provide access, and to refrain BILLING CODE 6560–50–P
[FRL–8286–4] from activities that would inhibit sales.
The settlement also includes settlors’
Notice of Proposed Administrative agreement not to sue the United States ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Settlement Pursuant to the regarding any direct or indirect claim AGENCY
Comprehensive Environmental for reimbursement from the EPA
Response, Compensation, and Liability [EPA–HQ–OPPT–2007–0162; FRL–8118–6]
Hazardous Substance Superfund
Act pursuant to Internal Revenue Code, 26 Certain New Chemicals; Receipt and
AGENCY: Environmental Protection U.S.C. 9507, through CERCLA Sections Status Information
Agency (EPA). 106(b)(2), 111, 112, and 113, any claim
under CERCLA Sections 107 or 113, or AGENCY: Environmental Protection
ACTION: Notice; request for public Agency (EPA).
under any citizen suit provision of
comment. CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. 9659, the Resource ACTION: Notice.
SUMMARY: In accordance with the Conservation and Recovery Act, 42
U.S.C. 6972, the Clean Air Act, 42 SUMMARY: Section 5 of the Toxic
Comprehensive Environmental
Response, Compensation, and Liability U.S.C. 7604, the Clean Water Act, 33 Substances Control Act (TSCA) requires
Act of 1980, as amended (‘‘CERCLA’’), U.S.C. 1365, or any other similar statues any person who intends to manufacture
42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq., and the authority or other applicable environmental laws. (defined by statute to include import) a
of the Attorney General of the United In return, subject to reservations and new chemical (i.e., a chemical not on
States to compromise and settle claims limitations, the United States covenants the TSCA Inventory) to notify EPA and
of the United States, notice is hereby not to sue or take civil judicial or comply with the statutory provisions
given of a proposed administrative administrative action against the settlors pertaining to the manufacture of new
settlement resolving, subject to pursuant to Sections 106 and 107 of chemicals. Under sections 5(d)(2) and
reservations and limitations, liability CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. 9606, and 9607, or 5(d)(3) of TSCA, EPA is required to
that owners of the St. Joe Chat Pile and other applicable law, for liability of publish a notice of receipt of a
of the underlying property located in response actions and/or claims for premanufacture notice (PMN) or an
Ottawa County, Oklahoma, might natural resource damages arising from application for a test marketing
otherwise incur under CERCLA Sections the sale of the chat. exemption (TME), and to publish
106 or 107, 42 U.S.C. 9606, or 9607, For thirty (30) days following the date periodic status reports on the chemicals
arising from the sale of chat on the of publication of this notice, the Agency under review and the receipt of notices
property in question. The settlement is will receive written comments relating of commencement to manufacture those
entered into by the United States on to the settlement. The Agency will chemicals. This status report, which
behalf of the U.S. Environmental consider all comments received and covers the period from December 18,
Protection Agency (EPA). may modify or withdraw its consent to 2006 to February 2, 2007, consists of the
Chat is a gravel-like mine refuse or the settlement if comments received PMNs and TMEs, both pending or
mine tailings that is generally disclose facts or considerations which expired, and the notices of
contaminated with the hazardous indicate that the settlement is commencement to manufacture a new
substances lead, cadmium and zinc. inappropriate, improper, or inadequate. chemical that the Agency has received
Approximately 49 million cubic yards The Agency’s response to any comments under TSCA section 5 during this time
of chat, including the St. Joe Pile, received will be available for public period.
pollute the Tar Creek Superfund Site inspection at 1445 Ross Avenue, Dallas, DATES: Comments identified by the
(Site). The Site is located in an Texas 75202–2733. specific PMN number or TME number,
approximately 40-square-mile area in DATES: Comments must be submitted on must be received on or before April 9,
northern Ottawa County, Oklahoma. or before April 9, 2007. 2007.
The Site was mined for lead and zinc ADDRESSES: The proposed settlement ADDRESSES: Submit your comments,
ore from the late 1800’s through the and additional background information identified by docket identification (ID)
early 1970’s, and chat is part of the relating to the settlement are available number EPA–HQ–OPPT–2007–0162, by
waste material left behind by the mining for public inspection at 1445 Ross one of the following methods.
and milling activity. EPA has Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75202–2733. A • Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://
determined that one of the best ways to copy of the proposed settlement may be www.regulations.gov. Follow the on-line
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address contaminated chat piles on the obtained from Kenneth Talton (6SF– instructions for submitting comments.
Site is to sell and remove the chat for TE), U.S. EPA Region 6, 1445 Ross • Mail: Document Control Office
use in a manner that will not present a Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75202–2733 at (7407M), Office of Pollution Prevention
threat to human health or to the (214) 665–7475. Comments should and Toxics (OPPT), Environmental
environment. Sale and removal of the reference the Tar Creek Superfund Site, Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania

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Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460– not publicly available, e.g., Confidential identify electronically within the disk or
0001. Business Information (CBI) or other CD ROM the specific information that is
• Hand Delivery: OPPT Document information whose disclosure is claimed CBI). In addition to one
Control Office (DCO), EPA East Bldg., restricted by statute. Certain other complete version of the comment that
Rm. 6428, 1201 Constitution Ave., NW., material, such as copyrighted material, includes information claimed as CBI, a
Washington, DC. Attention: Docket ID will be publicly available only in hard copy of the comment that does not
number EPA–HQ–OPPT–2007–0162. copy. Publicly available docket contain the information claimed as CBI
The DCO is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., materials are available electronically at must be submitted for inclusion in the
Monday through Friday, excluding legal http://www.regulations.gov, or, if only public docket. Information so marked
holidays. The telephone number for the available in hard copy, at the OPPT will not be disclosed except in
DCO is (202) 564–8930. Such deliveries Docket. The OPPT Docket is located in accordance with procedures set forth in
are only accepted during the Docket’s the EPA Docket Center (EPA/DC) at Rm. 40 CFR part 2.
normal hours of operation, and special 3334, EPA West Bldg., 1301 2. Tips for preparing your comments.
arrangements should be made for Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, When submitting comments, remember
deliveries of boxed information. DC. The EPA/DC PublicReading Room to:
Instructions: Direct your comments to hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
docket ID number EPA–HQ–OPPT– i. Identify the document by docket
p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding number and other identifying
2007–0162. EPA’s policy is that all Federal holidays. The telephone
comments received will be included in information (subject heading, Federal
numberof the EPA/DC Public Reading Register date and page number).
the public docket without change and Room is (202) 566–1744, and the
may be made available online at http:// telephone number for the OPPT Docket ii. Follow directions - The agency may
www.regulations.gov, including any is (202) 566–0280. Docket visitors are ask you to respond to specific questions
personal information provided, unless required to show photographic or organize comments by referencing a
the comment includes information identification, pass through a metal Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part
claimed to be Confidential Business detector, and sign the EPA visitor log. or section number.
Information (CBI) or other information All visitor bags are processed through iii. Explain why you agree or disagree;
whose disclosure is restricted by statute. an X-ray machine and subject to search. suggest alternatives and substitute
Do not submit information that you Visitors will be provided an EPA/DC language for your requested changes.
consider to be CBI or otherwise badge that must be visible at all times iv. Describe any assumptions and
protected through regulations.gov or e- in the building and returned upon provide any technical information and/
mail. The regulations.gov Web site is an departure. or data that you used.
‘‘anonymous access’’ systems, which v. If you estimate potential costs or
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
means EPA will not know your identity burdens, explain how you arrived at the
Colby Lintner, Regulatory Coordinator,
or contact information unless you estimate.
Environmental Assistance Division,
provide it in the body of your comment. vi. Provide specific examples to
Office of Pollution Prevention and
If you send an e-mail comment directly illustrate your concerns, and suggested
Toxics (7408M), Environmental
to EPA without going through alternatives.
Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania
regulations.gov your e-mail address will
Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460– vii. Explain your views as clearly as
be automatically captured and included
0001; telephone number: (202) 554– possible, avoiding the use of profanity
as part of the comment that is placed in
1404; e-mail address: TSCA- or personal threats.
the public docket and made available on
Hotline@epa.gov. viii. Make sure to submit your
the Internet. If you submit an electronic
comment, EPA recommends that you SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: comments by the comment period
include your name and other contact deadline identified.
I. General Information
information in the body of your II. Why is EPA Taking this Action?
comment and with any disk or CD ROM A. Does this Action Apply to Me?
you submit. If EPA cannot read your This action is directed to the public Section 5 of TSCA requires any
comment due to technical difficulties in general. As such, the Agency has not person who intends to manufacture
and cannot contact you for clarification, attempted to describe the specific (defined by statute to include import) a
EPA may not be able to consider your entities that this action may apply to. new chemical (i.e., a chemical not on
comment. Electronic files should avoid Although others may be affected, this the TSCA Inventory to notify EPA and
the use of special characters, any form action applies directly to the submitter comply with the statutory provisions
of encryption, and be free of any defects of the premanufacture notices addressed pertaining to the manufacture of new
or viruses. For additional information in the action. If you have any questions chemicals. Under sections 5(d)(2) and
about EPA’s public docket, visit the EPA regarding the applicability of this action 5(d)(3) of TSCA, EPA is required to
Docket Center homepage at http:// to a particular entity, consult the person publish a notice of receipt of a PMN or
www.epa.gov/epahome/dockets.htm. listed under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION an application for a TME and to publish
Docket: All documents in the docket CONTACT. periodic status reports on the chemicals
are listed in the docket’s index available under review and the receipt of notices
in regulations.gov. To access the B. What Should I Consider as I Prepare of commencement to manufacture those
electronic docket, go to http:// My Comments for EPA? chemicals. This status report, which
www.regulations.gov, select ‘‘Advanced 1. Submitting CBI. Do not submit this covers the period from December 18,
Search,’’ then ‘‘Docket Search.’’ Insert information to EPA through 2006 to February 2, 2007, consists of the
the docket ID number where indicated regulations.gov or e-mail. Clearly mark PMNs and TMEs, both pending or
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and select the ‘‘Submit’’ button. Follow the part or all of the information that expired, and the notices of
the instructions on the regulations.gov you claim to be CBI. For CBI commencement to manufacture a new
web site to view the docket index or information in a disk or CD ROM that chemical that the Agency has received
access available documents. Although you mail to EPA, mark the outside of the under TSCA section 5 during this time
listed in the index, some information is disk or CD ROM as CBI and then period.

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III. Receipt and Status Report for PMNs are interested in information that is not CBI) on the PMNs received by EPA
and TMEs included in the following tables, you during this period: the EPA case number
This status report identifies the PMNs may contact EPA as described in Unit II. assigned to the PMN; the date the PMN
and TMEs, both pending or expired, and to access additional non-CBI was received by EPA; the projected end
the notices of commencement to information that may be available. date for EPA’s review of the PMN; the
manufacture a new chemical that the In Table I of this unit, EPA provides submitting manufacturer; the potential
Agency has received under TSCA the following information (to the extent uses identified by the manufacturer in
section 5 during this time period. If you that such information is not claimed as the PMN; and the chemical identity.

I. 100 PREMANUFACTURE NOTICES RECEIVED FROM: 12/18/06 TO 02/02/07


Projected
Received
Case No. Notice Manufacturer/Importer Use Chemical
Date End Date

P–07–0128 12/11/06 03/10/07 Degussa Corporation (S) Coil coatings (G) Polymer of aromatic/
cycloaliphatic/aliphatic
polycarboxylic acid and aliphatic
polyol
P–07–0129 12/11/06 03/10/07 Degussa Corporation (S) Extrusion of tubing systems; injec- (G) Alkanedicarboxylic acid, polymer
tion molding of special applications with alkanediamine and
poly(oxyalkylene)diamine
P–07–0130 12/14/06 03/13/07 Inolex Chemical Com- (S) Lubricant additive for metal work- (S) Hexanedioic acid, polymer with
pany ing fluids 2,2′-(methylimino)bis[ethanol] and
1,2,3-propanetriol,
isooctadecanoate (ester)
P–07–0131 12/14/06 03/13/07 CBI (G) Contained use in energy produc- (G) Polyether polyol polyester poly-
tion urethane
P–07–0132 12/18/06 03/17/07 CBI (G) Multipurpose adhesive, open non (G) Polyurethane prepolymer; poly-
dispersive use urethane hot melt adhesive
P–07–0133 12/18/06 03/17/07 DIC Inter- (G) Toner (G) Polymer with carboxylic acid ester
national(USA), LLC.
P–07–0134 12/18/06 03/17/07 DIC Inter- (G) Coating ingredient (G) Isocyanate compound with poly-
national(USA), LLC. urethane polyol (provisional)
P–07–0135 12/18/06 03/17/07 DIC Inter- (G) Toner (G) Polymer with carboxylic acid ester
national(USA), LLC.
P–07–0136 12/18/06 03/17/07 DIC Inter- (G) Toner (G) Polymer with carboxylic acid ester
national(USA), LLC.
P–07–0137 12/18/06 03/17/07 DIC International (G) Toner (G) Polymer with carboxylic acid ester
(USA) LLC
P–07–0138 12/18/06 03/17/07 CBI (G) Adhesion promoter (G) Maleic anhydride and acrylics
modified polyolefin
P–07–0139 12/20/06 03/19/07 CBI (S) Ingredient in fragrance compound (G) Ether alkanol
P–07–0140 12/18/06 03/17/07 CBI (G) Colorant raw material (G) Quino[2,3-b]acridine-7,14-dione,
5,12-dihydro-ar-[4-[[2-
(sulfooxy)ethyl]substituted]phenyl]-,
monosodium salt
P–07–0141 12/21/06 03/20/07 CBI (G) Component in an adhesive formu- (G) Succinoyl phenylhydrazide
lation for general industrial bonding
P–07–0142 12/21/06 03/20/07 CBI (G) Curing agent for two-part coating (G) Amine modified phenol formalde-
hyde polymer
P–07–0143 12/22/06 03/21/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Alkanoldioic acid, dialkyl ester
P–07–0144 12/22/06 03/21/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Alkanoldioic acid, dialkyl ester
P–07–0145 12/22/06 03/21/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Alkanoldioic acid, dialkyl ester
P–07–0146 12/22/06 03/21/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Alkanoldioic acid, dialkyl ester
P–07–0147 12/22/06 03/21/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Alkanoldioic acid, dialkyl ester
P–07–0148 12/22/06 03/21/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Alkanoldioic acid, dialkyl ester
P–07–0149 12/26/06 03/25/07 CBI (S) Modified resin used as a compo- (S) 1,4-cyclohexanedicarboxylic acid,
nent in a protective coating polymer with 1,4-
cyclohexanedimethanol and 2,5-
furandione, reaction products with
glycidyl neodecanoate and poly-
ethylene-polypropylene glycol 2-
aminopropyl me ether
P–07–0150 12/26/06 03/25/07 CBI (S) Binder for wood floor lacquers (G) Dimer fatty acid based polyester
polyurethane
P–07–0151 12/27/06 03/26/07 3M Company (G) Monomer (G) Arylacrylate
P–07–0152 12/28/06 03/27/07 Spin Master Ltd (G) Dye for colored solutions (G) Alkyl-nitrophenol
P–07–0153 12/28/06 03/27/07 Spin Master Ltd (G) Dye for colored solutions (G) 3,3-bis(4-hydroxy-alkoxyphenyl)-
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1-(3h)-isobenzofuranone
P–07–0154 12/28/06 03/27/07 CBI (S) Additive in automotive coatings (G) Carbamated diol
P–07–0155 12/28/06 03/27/07 CBI (S) Additive in automotive coatings (G) Carbamated diol
P–07–0156 12/28/06 03/27/07 CBI (S) Intermediate for a textile finish (G) Aminomercapto siloxane

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Projected
Received
Case No. Notice Manufacturer/Importer Use Chemical
Date End Date

P–07–0157 01/03/07 04/02/07 CBI (G) Component in the manufacture of (G) Vinylamine copolymer
paper
P–07–0159 01/05/07 04/04/07 Shin-etsu Silicones of (S) Ingredient for glass and/or plastic (G) Perfluoropolyether compound
America, Inc. lens coating agents
P–07–0160 01/05/07 04/04/07 CBI (G) Processing aid (G) Organosilane derivative
P–07–0161 01/08/07 04/07/07 CBI (G) Hardener for expoxy resin (G) Alkene substituted bis phenol
P–07–0162 01/08/07 04/07/07 Siltech LLC (G) A foam additive in concentration (S) Siloxanes and silicones, di-me,
less than 10% me 3,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,6-
nonafluorohexyl
P–07–0163 01/09/07 04/08/07 CBI (G) Resin (G) Fatty acids, C18-unsaturated,
dimers, polymers with bisphenol a,
polyalkylene glycol diglycidyl ether
and alkylene oxide
P–07–0164 01/08/07 04/07/07 Huntsman Inter- (S) Continuous dyeing of cotton fabric (G) Substituted phenyl amino sub-
national, LLC stituted triazine reaction product
with naphthalenesulfonic acid azo
substituted phenyl substituted
naphthalenesulfonic acid amino
compound
P–07–0165 01/09/07 04/08/07 CBI (G) Resin (G) Methyl methacrylate, acrylate co-
polymer
P–07–0166 01/10/07 04/09/07 Cytec Surface Special- (G) Coatings resin (G) Polester acrylate resin
ties Inc.
P–07–0167 01/10/07 04/09/07 Cytec Industries Inc. (S) Resin for paints and coatings (G) Substituted carbomonocycles,
polymer with substituted glycols
and alkyldioic acid
P–07–0168 01/10/07 04/09/07 Cytec Industries Inc. (S) Ultra violet/eb resin for barrier (G) Heterocyclic homopolymer,
coatings polycyclic substituted ester
P–07–0169 01/11/07 04/10/07 Huntsman Corporation (S) Intermediate for adhesives (G) Isocyanate-functional poly-
urethane
P–07–0170 01/12/07 04/11/07 CBI (G) Radiation-curable wood, paper (G) Polyester polyurethane acrylate
and metal coatings, such as wood oligomer
varnishes, overprint varnishes for
paper, and metal coatings.
P–07–0171 01/12/07 04/11/07 CBI (S) Dispersing agent for crop protec- (G) Polyoxyalkylene siloxane
tion; dispersing agent for home
care cleaners
P–07–0172 01/12/07 04/11/07 CBI (S) Dispersing agent for crop protec- (G) Polyoxyalkylene siloxane
tion; dispersing agent for home
care cleaners
P–07–0173 01/12/07 04/11/07 CBI (S) Dispersing agent for crop protec- (G) Polyoxyalkylene siloxane
tion; dispersing agent for home
care cleaners
P–07–0174 01/12/07 04/11/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (cross-linking agent, (S) Oxazole, 2,2′-(1,3-phen-
chain extender in polymers) in the ylene)bis(4,5-dihydro-
chemical and polymer industry
P–07–0175 01/12/07 04/11/07 Ticona (S) Fibers (G) Polyester copolymer based on
dmt and alkylene diols
P–07–0176 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (S) (1) Binder for inks, paints and (G) Oil/phenolic modified resin
clear coats; (2) Resin modifier or
co-resin for coatings systems
P–07–0177 01/17/07 04/16/07 Clayton Corp. (S) Polyurethane foam sealant (G) Mdi based prepolymer
P–07–0178 01/17/07 04/16/07 Clayton Corp. (S) Polyurethane foam sealant (G) Mdi based prepolymer
P–07–0179 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Polyurethane foam sealant (G) Sma ester
P–07–0180 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester
P–07–0181 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment disperant (G) Sma ester
P–07–0182 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment disperant (G) Sma ester
P–07–0183 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester
P–07–0184 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester ammonium salt solu-
tion
P–07–0185 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester ammonium salt solu-
tion
P–07–0186 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester ammonium salt solu-
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tion
P–07–0187 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester ammonium salt solu-
tion
P–07–0188 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersant (G) Sma ester ammonium salt solu-
tion

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Projected
Received
Case No. Notice Manufacturer/Importer Use Chemical
Date End Date

P–07–0189 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Resin (G) Fatty acids, C18-unsaturated,
dimers, polymers with
hydroxyalkylsubstituted bisphenol a,
2-ethylhexanoic acid, polyalkylene
glycol ether with bisphenol a (2:1),
and polylakylenepolyphenylne
isocyanate, reaction products with
2-(alkylamino)ethanol
P–07–0190 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Resin (G) Methyl methacrylate, acrylate co-
polymer
P–07–0191 01/16/07 04/15/07 CBI (G) Resin (G) Propanoic acid, 2-hydroxy-, ion(1-
), salts with hydroxyalkylbisphenol a
polymer benzoate 2-
ethylhexanoate-2-
(dimethylamino)ethanol reaction
products
P–07–0192 01/17/07 04/16/07 CBI (G) Pigment dispersive (G) Polyethyleneimine polyester co-
polymer
P–07–0193 01/19/07 04/18/07 Cytec Industries Inc. (S) Phenolic resin coating (G) Formaldehyde, polymer with sub-
stituted carbomonocycles, alkyl
ether
P–07–0194 01/18/07 04/17/07 CBI (G) Colorant for cleaning products (G) Polyalkoxylated aromatic colorant
P–07–0195 01/18/07 04/17/07 CBI (G) Colorant for cleaning products (G) Polyalkoxylated aromatic colorant
P–07–0196 01/18/07 04/17/07 CBI (G) Colorant for cleaning products (G) Polyalkoxylated aromatic colorant
P–07–0197 01/18/07 04/17/07 CBI (G) Colorant for cleaning products (G) Polyalkoxylated aromatic colorant
P–07–0198 01/22/07 04/21/07 3M Company (G) Film coating additive (G) Surface modified ceramic par-
ticles
P–07–0199 01/22/07 04/21/07 Cytec Industries Inc. (S) Acrylic resin coating for industrial (G) Alkenoic acid alkyl esters, poly-
paints mer with substituted
carbomonocycle, substituted epoxy
alkyl ester compound with sub-
stituted amine
P–07–0200 01/22/07 04/21/07 Cognis Corporation (S) Fabric softener/antistat agent in (S) Ethanaminium, 2-hydroxy-N,N-bis
wet fabric cloths for dryer. (2-hydroxyethyl)-N-methyl-, esters
with C12–20 fatty acids, me sulfates
(salts)
P–07–0201 01/23/07 04/22/07 Heraeus Metal Proc- (S) Platinum catalyst precursor (S) Platinum(2+), tetraammine-, (sp-4-
essing Inc. 1)-, dinitrate
P–07–0202 01/24/07 04/23/07 3M Company (G) Chemical intermediate (G) Fluorinated alcohol
P–07–0203 01/24/07 04/23/07 3M Company (G) Chemical intermediate (G) Fluorinated alkenyl ether
P–07–0204 01/24/07 04/23/07 3M Company (G) Heat transfer fluid (G) Hydrofluoroether
P–07–0205 01/25/07 04/24/07 CBI (G) Oilfield additive (G) Branched alkylamide, n-ethylhexyl
P–07–0206 01/26/07 04/25/07 CBI (G) Component of foam (G) Polymer with aliphatic diol and ar-
omatic diacid
P–07–0207 01/25/07 04/24/07 CBI (G) Peroxide indicator (G) Alkylamino-substituted
phenothiazine hydrochloride
P–07–0208 01/26/07 04/25/07 CBI (G) Coating (G) Acrylic acid polymer with
vinylphosphonic acid, maleic anhy-
dride and ethylene glycol acrylate
P–07–0209 01/30/07 04/29/07 Eastman Chemical (S) Plasticizer (S) 1,3-propanediol, 2-
Company [(benzoyloxy)methyl]-2-ethyl-,
dibenzoate
P–07–0210 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (G) Toluene acid haloalkyl sulfo deriv-
ative
P–07–0211 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (G) Toluene halo alkyl sulfo derivative
P–07–0212 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (G) Toluene halo alkyl sulfo derivative
P–07–0213 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (G) Toluene halo alkyl sulfo derivative
P–07–0214 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (G) Toluene halo alkyl sulfo derivative
P–07–0215 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Lubricant additive (G) Modified benzenecarboxylate
P–07–0216 02/01/07 05/01/07 Huntsman Inter- (S) Dyeing of cotton fabric (G) Substituted phenyl amino alkyl
national, LLC sulfonyl reaction product with sub-
stituted naphthalenesulfonic acid
amino compound
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P–07–0217 01/31/07 04/30/07 CBI (G) Intermediate (G) Toluene halo alkyl sulfo derivative
P–07–0218 01/31/07 04/30/07 Givaudan Fragrances (S) Component of fragrances used for (S) 3-cyclooctene-1-methanol, .alpha.-
Corporation household applications, etc.; ethyl-

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Projected
Received
Case No. Notice Manufacturer/Importer Use Chemical
Date End Date

P–07–0219 01/31/07 04/30/07 Croda Inc. (S) Solubilizer for semi-polar com- (G) Ppg-3 benzyl ether myristate
pounds into non-polar fluids.;
glossing agent for inanimate sur-
faces (wood, metal, plastic, rubber,
et al.); shine enhancer for pet
shampoo
P–07–0220 02/02/07 05/02/07 CBI (G) Open non dispersive (binder) (G) Aliphatic polyester- polyether
polyurethane resin
P–07–0221 02/06/07 05/06/07 CBI (G) Chelating agent for petroleum re- (G) Aminocarboxylic acid chelating
covery agent
P–07–0222 02/06/07 05/06/07 CBI (G) Chelating agent for petroleum re- (G) Aminocarboxylic acid chelating
covery agent
P–07–0223 02/06/07 05/06/07 CBI (G) Chelating agent for petroleum re- (G) Aminocarboxylic acid chelating
covery agent
P–07–0224 02/06/07 05/06/07 CBI (G) Chelating agent for petroleum re- (G) Aminocarboxylic acid chelating
covery agent
P–07–0225 02/06/07 05/06/07 CBI (G) Chelating agent for petroleum re- (G) Aminocarboxylic acid chelating
covery agent
P–07–0226 02/08/07 05/08/07 The Dow Chemical (G) Dispersion polymer for wood (G) Mono-me ether blocked
Company coatings methylenediphenyl diisocyanate
polyurethane polymer with
polyoxypropylene diamine
P–07–0227 02/08/07 05/08/07 CBI (G) Additive, open, non-dispersive (G) Polyethyleneglcol diacrylate,
use modified
P–07–0228 02/08/07 05/08/07 CBI (G) Additive, open, non-dispersive (G) Polyether modified
use polydimethylsiloxane

In Table II of this unit, EPA provides that such information is not claimed as
the following information (to the extent CBI) on the TME received:

II. 5 TEST MARKETING EXEMPTION NOTICES RECEIVED FROM: 12/18/06 TO 02/02/07


Projected
Received
Case No. Notice Manufacturer/Importer Use Chemical
Date End Date

T–07–0006 01/10/07 02/23/07 Cytec Surface Special- (G) Coating resin (G) Polester acrylate resin
ties Inc.
T–07–0007 01/10/07 02/23/07 Cytec Surface Special- (S) Resin for paints and coatings (G) Substituted carbomonocycles,
ties Inc. with substituted glycols and
alkyldioic acid
T–07–0008 01/10/07 02/23/07 Cytec Surface Special- (S) Ultra violet/eb resin for barrier (G) Hererocyclic homopolymer sub-
ties Inc. coatings stituted ester
T–07–0009 01/19/07 03/04/07 Cytec Industries Inc. (S) Phenolic resin coating (G) Formaldehyde, polymer with sub-
stituted carbomonocycles, alkyl
ether
T–07–0010 01/22/07 03/07/07 Cytec Industries Inc. (S) Acrylic resin coating for industrial (G) Alenoic acid alkyl esters, polymer
paints with substituted carbomonocycle,
substituted epoxy alkyl ester com-
pound with substituted amine

In Table III of this unit, EPA provides CBI) on the Notices of Commencement
the following information (to the extent to manufacture received:
that such information is not claimed as

III. 68 NOTICES OF COMMENCEMENT FROM: 12/18/06 TO 02/02/07


Commencement
Case No. Received Date Chemical
Notice End Date

P–02–0628 01/16/07 01/09/07 (S) 1,2-propanediol, 2-methyl-3-[[(1r,2s,5r)-5-methyl-2-(1-methylethyl)


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cyclohexyl]oxy]-
P–03–0431 01/24/07 12/04/06 (G) Ppdi/polyester prepolymer
P–04–0315 12/26/06 12/10/06 (G) Amine functional epoxy curing agent
P–04–0391 01/16/07 12/18/06 (G) Alkanediol, polymer with alkanedioic anhydride
P–04–0517 01/29/07 01/22/07 (G) Hydroxy-aryl acid, alkyl ester

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Case No. Received Date Chemical
Notice End Date

P–04–0728 12/27/06 01/03/05 (S) Butanedioic acid, methylene-, polymer with 2,5-furandione, ammonium salt,
hydrogen peroxide-initiated
P–04–0765 01/31/07 11/02/04 (G) Polyether diol, copolymer with toluene diisocyante, methacrylic acid ester-
blocked
P–04–0904 01/16/07 09/29/06 (S) Spiro[5.5.]undec-8-en-1-one, 2,2,7,9-tetramethyl-
P–05–0364 01/16/07 12/12/06 (S) 9h-thioxanthenium, 10-[1,1′-biphenyl]-4-yl-2-(1-methylethyl)-9-oxo-,
hexafluorophosphate(1-)
P–05–0444 01/16/07 11/10/06 (S) 2-propenoic acid, 2-[1-(3,3-dimethylcyclohexyl)ethoxy]-2-methylpropyl ester
P–06–0033 01/10/07 12/27/06 (S) Phosphoric acid, tin(2+) salt (2:3)
P–06–0184 02/05/07 01/30/07 (G) Styrene-acrylate- methacrylate copolymer.
P–06–0204 12/12/06 11/14/06 (G) Fatty acid, alkyl ester
P–06–0389 12/13/06 11/13/06 (G) Perfluoroalkylethyl methacrylate copolymer
P–06–0420 01/25/07 01/18/07 (S) Butanedioic acic, methylene-, polymer with 2,5-furandione, calcium salt, hy-
drogen peroxide-initiated
P–06–0436 02/05/07 01/24/07 (G) Fatty acids, C18-unsaturated, dimers, hydrogenated, polymers with poly-
propylene glycol diamine and polyoxyalkylenepolyamine.
P–06–0466 12/14/06 11/20/06 (G) 2-propenoic acid, 2-methyl-, methyl ester, polymer
P–06–0468 02/07/07 01/26/07 (G) Polyalkylenepolyamine-, polymer with 2,2′-[(methylethylidene)bis(4,1-
phenyleneoxymethylene)] bis[oxirane], reaction products with alkyl and aro-
matic oxiranes
P–06–0470 12/26/06 12/11/06 (S) 1-propanaminium, N,N,N-trimethyl-3-[(2-methyl-1-oxo-2-propenyl)amino]-,
chloride, polymer with N-(1-methylethyl)-2-propenamide, 2-methyl-2-[(1-oxo-2-
propenyl)amino]-1-propanesulfonic acid and 2-propenoic acid, sodium salt
P–06–0533 01/08/07 09/17/06 (G) ‘‘Ccarbomonocycledicarboxylic acid, polymer with alkenedioic acid, 1,3-
dihydro-1,3-dioxo-5-isobenzofurancarboxylic acid, dihydro-3-(tetrapropenyl)-
2,5-furandione, .alpha.,.alpha.′-[(1-methylethylidene)dicarbomonocycle]
bis[.omega.-hydroxypoly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl)] and .alpha., .alpha.′-[(1-
methylethylidene)dicarbomonocycle]bis[.omega.-hydroxypoly[oxy(methyl-1,2-
ethanediyl)]]’’
P–06–0554 12/26/06 12/05/06 (G) Substituted aminotriazolopyrimidine
P–06–0594 12/15/06 11/17/06 (G) Substituted dioxolane
P–06–0595 01/16/07 12/19/06 (S) Phosphonium, [2-(1,3-dioxolane-2-yl)ethyl]triphenyl-, bromide-*
P–06–0601 02/05/07 01/04/07 (G) Substituted benzenedicarboxylic acid, 5,5′-oxybis, polymer with
substituted[benzenamine]
P–06–0617 01/16/07 12/15/06 (G) Brominated polyaromatic compound
P–06–0628 01/24/07 01/19/07 (G) Alkyl diisocyanate, homopolymer, substituted alkenoic acid and
heteromonocyclic homopolymer and substituted polyethylene glycol
P–06–0630 01/18/07 01/08/07 (G) Mixed metal oxide complex
P–06–0639 12/22/06 11/28/06 (G) Castor oil, dehydrated, polymer with adipic acid, ethylenediamine, 1,6-
hexanediol, 3-hydroxy-2-(hydroxymethyl)-2-methylpropanoic acid, 1,1′-
methylenebis[4-isocyanatocyclohexane], neopentyl glycol and polyethylene
glycol mono[2,2-bis(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl] ether, compound with triethylamine
P–06–0647 12/20/06 12/09/06 (G) Sulfonated azo-naphthalene derivative, salt
P–06–0663 01/30/07 01/12/07 (G) Aliphatic polyester - polyurethane
P–06–0678 12/11/06 11/20/06 (G) Acrylate copolymer
P–06–0679 12/26/06 12/06/06 (G) 1,3-benzenedisulfonic acid, 4-[[3-methyl-1-(3-
sulfobenzoyl)heteropolycyclel]amino]-, triammonium salt
P–06–0686 01/16/07 12/19/06 (S) Fatty acids, C18-unsaturated, dimers, hydrogenated, polymers with ethylene-
diamine, piperazine, polypropylene glycol diamine and sebacic acid
P–06–0696 12/28/06 11/28/06 (G) Polymer of styrene, alkyl methacrylates, and substituted methacrylates
P–06–0698 12/15/06 11/22/06 (G) Polymer of acrylic and methacrylic acid derivatives
P–06–0699 01/22/07 01/03/07 (G) Aminoalkyl alcohol, N,N-dialkyl derivates
P–06–0700 01/12/07 12/13/06 (G) Modified aluminum kelate
P–06–0704 01/30/07 01/09/07 (S) 1-butene, polymer with 1-propene, maleated
P–06–0706 12/22/06 12/17/06 (S) Tetrahydro-3 (phenylmethyl)-2h-pyran
P–06–0709 12/18/06 11/28/06 (G) Maleate mixed esters with straight and branched alkyl alcohols
P–06–0711 12/12/06 11/21/06 (G) Homopolymer of lysine
P–06–0712 12/12/06 11/22/06 (G) Alkyd phthalic polyester
P–06–0714 12/27/06 11/24/06 (G) Polymer-stabilized titania
P–06–0715 12/27/06 11/27/06 (G) Vinyl surface treated carbon black
P–06–0716 12/27/06 12/12/06 (G) Vinylsilane surface treated titania
P–06–0717 12/27/06 11/27/06 (G) Polymer-stabilized copper chromite
P–06–0718 12/27/06 11/27/06 (G) Polymer-stabilized carbon black
P–06–0719 12/27/06 11/23/06 (G) Vinylsilane surface treated copper chromite
P–06–0734 12/11/06 11/27/06 (G) Substituted phenol alkenylester
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P–06–0738 12/14/06 12/06/06 (G) Ethanediol tetramethylxylylene diisocyanate polymer


P–06–0741 01/30/07 01/05/07 (G) Polyurethane acrylate
P–06–0744 12/14/06 11/26/06 (G) 2-oxepanone, polymer with azirizine and tetrahydro-2h-pyran-2-one,
alkanoate, compound with phenyloxirane polymer with oxirane
mono(dihydrogen phosphate) alkyl ether
P–06–0748 12/12/06 11/29/06 (G) Polyetheramine

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Case No. Received Date Chemical
Notice End Date

P–06–0751 01/30/07 01/25/07 (G) Urethane resin


P–06–0757 02/02/07 01/25/07 (G) Spiro[isobenzofuran-1(3h), polyheterocycle]-3-one, 3′-chloro-6′-(2,3-dihydro-
3,3,5-trimethyl-1h-indol-1-yl)-4,5,6,7-tetrafluoro-*
P–06–0758 01/30/07 01/08/07 (G) Polyheterocycle, 2,3-dihydro-3,3,5-trimethyl-, hydrochloride
P–06–0759 01/30/07 01/02/07 (G) Acetamide, N-(4-methylphenyl)-N-(alkenyl)-
P–06–0760 01/30/07 01/04/07 (G) Heteropolycycle, 1-acetyl-2,3-dihydro-3,3,5-trimethyl-
P–06–0761 02/02/07 02/01/07 (G) Spiro[isobenzofuran-1(3h), polyheterocycle]-3-one, 3′-(2,3-dihydro-3,3,5-
trimethyl-1h-indol-1-yl)-6′-[(2,4-dimethylphenyl)amino]-4,5,6,7-tetrafluoro-
P–06–0762 02/02/07 01/19/07 (G) Polyheterocycle, 2,3-dihydro-3,3,5-trimethyl-
P–06–0785 12/27/06 12/05/06 (S) Molybdenum bis(di-C11–14 branched and linear carbamodithioato) di-u-
oxodioxo-di-,sulfurized
P–06–0789 12/28/06 12/22/06 (S) 2h-indeno[4,5-b] furan, decahydro-2,2,6,6,7,8,8-heptamethyl Indeno[4,3a-b]
furan, decahydro-2,2,7,7,8,9,9,-heptamethyl
P–06–0813 01/31/07 01/22/07 (G) Poly (oxyalkanediyl) ,.alpha.,.alpha,′-carbomonocycledicarbonyl bis
(.omega.-alkyloxy-)
P–06–0814 01/31/07 01/22/07 (G) Poly (oxyalkanediyl), .alpha.,.alpha,′.alpha.′′-carbomonocycletricarbonyl tris
(.omega.-alkyloxy-)
P–07–0022 01/30/07 01/11/07 (G) Aqueous polyurethane dispersion
P–07–0035 01/31/07 01/22/07 (G) Methacrylate copolymer
P–07–0036 01/31/07 01/22/07 (G) Methacrylate copolymer
P–99–0026 01/23/07 01/15/07 (S) Cerium, hydroxy oleate propionate complexes

List of Subjects dates for these reports are affected by Committees filing monthly that
whether one or two elections are held. support candidates in the Georgia
Environmental protection, Chemicals,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Special General or Special Runoff
Premanufacturer notices.
Kevin R. Salley, Information Division, Election should continue to file
Dated: March 1, 2007. 999 E Street, NW., Washington, DC according to the monthly reporting
Geraldine Hilton, 20463; Telephone: (202) 694–1100; Toll schedule.
Acting Director, Information Management Free (800) 424–9530.
Division, Office of Pollution Prevention and
Disclosure of Electioneering
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Communications (Individuals and
Toxics.
[FR Doc. E7–4171 Filed 3–8–07; 8:45 am] Principal Campaign Committees Other Unregistered Organizations)
BILLING CODE 6560–50–S All principal campaign committees of Federal Election Commission
candidates who participate in the electioneering communications rules
Georgia Special General and Special govern television and radio
FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION Runoff Elections shall file a 12-day Pre- communications that refer to a clearly
General Report on June 7, 2007; a Pre- identified federal candidate and are
[ Notice 2007–5] Runoff Report on July 5, 2007; and a distributed within 60 days prior to a
Post-Runoff Report on August 16, 2007. special general election (including a
Filing Dates for the Georgia Special (See chart below for the closing date for special general runoff). 11 CFR 100.29.
Election in the 10th Congressional each report). See also 2 U.S.C. 434(f). The statute and
District If only one election is held, all regulations require, among other things,
principal campaign committees of that individuals and other groups not
AGENCY: Federal Election Commission. candidates in the Special General registered with the FEC who make
ACTION: Notice of filing dates for special Election shall file a 12-day Pre-General electioneering communications costing
election. Report on June 7, 2007; and a Post- more than $10,000 in the aggregate in a
General Report on July 19, 2007. (See calendar year disclose that activity to
SUMMARY: Georgia has scheduled a chart below for the closing date for each the Commission within 24 hours of the
special general election on June 19, report). distribution of the communication. See
2007, to fill the U.S. House of 2 U.S.C. 434(f)(1) and 11 CFR 104.20.
Representatives seat in the Tenth Unauthorized Committees (PACs and
Party Committees) The 60-day electioneering
Congressional District held by the late
communications period in connection
Representative Charlie Norwood. Under Political committees filing on a with the Georgia Special General runs
Georgia law, a majority winner in a semiannual basis in 2007 are subject to from April 20, 2007 through June 19,
nonpartisan special election is declared special election reporting if they make 2007. The 60-day electioneering
elected. Should no candidate achieve a previously undisclosed contributions or communications period in connection
majority vote, a special runoff election expenditures in connection with the with the Georgia Special Runoff runs
will be held on July 17, 2007, between Georgia Special General or Special
from May 18, 2007 through July 17,
the top two vote-getters. Runoff Elections by the close of books
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2007.
Committees participating in the for the applicable report(s). (See chart
Georgia special elections are required to below for the closing date for each Calendar of Reporting Dates for
file pre- and post-election reports. Filing report). Georgia Special Election

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