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Toxic Chemical Releases: EPA Actions Could Reduce Environmental Information Available to Many Communities
John B. Stephenson (au)
Fed. law requires certain facilities that manufacture, process, or use any of 581 toxic chemicals to report annually to EPA and their state on the amount of those chemicals released into the air, water, or soil. It also requires EPA to make this info. publicly available. Facilities must either: submit a detailed TRI Form R for each designated chemical used in excess of certain thresholds; or file a simpler Form A certifying that they need not do so. To reduce co. burden, EPA issued a Dec. 2006 rule to expand Form A eligibility for certain facilities and chemicals. This report analyzed: (1) how EPA and others use TRI data; (2) whether EPA followed internal guidelines in developing its rule; and (3) the rule’s impact on info. avail. to the public. Charts and tables.
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