The US Endocrine Disruptors Management Policy focuses on product regulation that contains the substance rather than on the substance itself. The US Endocrine Disruptors Screening Program (EDSP) is underway to identify endocrine disruptors, but there is still an ongoing analysis of what substances are environmental hormones and how they are affected.Regarding the regulation of endocrine disruptor-containing products in the United States, I examined the regulation of phthalate-containing products in children's products and the legislation on the regulation of BPA in food containers and bottles. The main basis for the regulation of phthalate-containing products in children's products is the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act(CPSIA). This Act aims specifically to prohibit the use of lead and phthalates in children's products. Dec. 31, 2014. As CPSIA has been amended and applied to products manufactured and imported after April 25, 2018, DEHP, DBP, BBP and DINP have been banned and withdrawn from the temporary ban on DIDP and DNOP. In addition, four new phthalates (DIBP, DNPP, DNHP, DCHP) were identified as prohibited substances. CPSIA requires ⒜ third party certification from external testing agencies for children's products, ⒝and it is mandatory to attach Tracking Labels on both products and packaging.In the case of BPA regulation in food containers and bottles, 21 FR part 177 prohibits the use of polycarbonate in bottles, etc. Also in California, October 10, 2011, the Toxin-Free Infants and Toddlers Act came into effect, The use of baby bottles, infant drink cups, and feeding devices was prohibited. Nov. 2015 BPA is listed on the Prop. 65 list so that all bottled or bottled bottles sold in the state, not limited to infant bottles and dishes, and bottles or caps of food or beverages containing BPA Sales, and imports of products are prohibited. Prop. 65 lists the chemicals that can cause carcinogenesis and reproductive toxicity as a List and imposes an obligation to display an exposure warning and prohibit the discharge of drinking water sources if the substance exceeds the Safe Harbor Level(SHL).The criteria for warning signs applied from August 30, 2018 are as follows. (A) be clear and reasonable; (b) be provided by the manufacturer, producer or packer, rather than by the retailer; (c) if no clear and clear warning is given on the packaging or labeling of the consumer product, It is necessary to fulfill a separate warning obligation to the consignee. Various warning methods such as consumer product labels, workplace covers, public service announcements, newspapers and online announcements can be utilized.