Help save animals from US chemical safety tests
Action Alert from


ADI Animal Defenders International
April 2018



An amendment to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) has the potential to save thousands of animals from unnecessary suffering.

Passed in the US Congress in June 2016, the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act instructs the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to “reduce and replace” animal-based toxicity testing and to promote, develop, and incorporate non-animal alternatives, where possible.

The amendment specifically requires the EPA to develop a Strategic Plan by 22 June 2018, which they have drafted and are now inviting comment on.

You can help save animals from chemical safety tests by having your say on or before 26 April 2018!

The draft Strategic Plan is set out in three “components”, for which we have outlined the following responses to below.

Please note: ‘cut and pasted’ responses, template/form letters, petitions or identical submissions will not be considered. It is therefore vital that your submission be written in your own words, for which you can use our guidance points, and research further using the links to resources that are provided below.

When you are ready to do so, SUBMIT YOUR COMMENTS HERE!

You can write up to 5000 characters, including spaces. For fuller submissions you may upload a file using the following format: Attachment1_< insert title of document >

Find and contact your United States Congressional Representative
Find and contact your United States Senators


For EXTENSIVE DTAILS on this, please visit ADI's page: Help save animals from US chemical safety tests.

Thank you for everything you do for animals!

Return to Action Alerts

Other information you may find useful for your activism

Find area codes
Find zip codes
Find your United States Congressional Representative
Find your United States Senators
Find your state legislators
Find Embassies Worldwide