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Chemical Assessments: An Agencywide Strategy May Help EPA Address Unmet Needs for Integrated Risk Information System Assessments
J. Alfredo Gomez (au)
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) database in 1985 to help develop consensus opinions within the agency about the health effects from chronic exposure to chemicals. The health effects information in IRIS -- referred to as IRIS toxicity assessments -- provides fundamental scientific information EPA needs to develop human health risk assessments. This report determines the extent to which (1) EPA has evaluated demand for IRIS toxicity assessments from users inside and outside EPA; (2) EPAäó»s process for nominating and selecting chemicals for IRIS toxicity assessment accurately reflects demand; and (3) EPA has implemented a strategy for addressing any unmet agency needs when IRIS toxicity assessments are not available, applicable, or current. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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