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Environmental Information: EPA Actions Could Reduce the Availability of Environmental Information to the Public
John B. Stephenson (au)
U.S. industry uses billions of pounds of chemicals to produce goods & services. The Emergency Planning & Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 requires facilities that manufacture, process, or otherwise use more than specified amounts of nearly 650 toxic chemicals to report their releases to water, air, & land. The EPA makes this data available to the public. Since 1995, facilities may submit a brief certification statement (Form A) if their releases of specific chemicals do not exceed 500 pds./year. In Jan. 2007, EPA finalized a proposal to increase that threshold to 2,000 pds. This testimony addresses: EPAĎs devít. of the proposal to change the Form A threshold from 500 to 2,000 pounds; & the impact these changes may have on data available to the public. Tables.
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