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Forecast for U.S. Federal and International Chemical Regulatory Policy 2022

Global, USA - January 3 2022 2021 brought a new Administration to Washington, D.C., with punditry abounding, including prognostications about the nation’s recovery from COVID-19…

James V. Aidala, Lynn L. Bergeson, Lisa R. Burchi, Lara A. Hall, Carla N. Hutton

GAO Asks Whether Chemical Recycling Can Reduce Plastic Pollution

USA - October 7 2021 The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) posted a WatchBlog item entitled “Can Chemical Recycling Reduce Plastic Pollution?” on October 5, 2021…

Lynn L. Bergeson, Carla N. Hutton

Monthly Update for June 2021

Canada, USA - May 31 2021 Just as the industrial chemical community was getting into a predictable, somewhat comfortable groove regarding commercializing new chemicals under…

Lynn L. Bergeson, Christopher R. Blunck

EPA Announces Updates to TSCA New Chemicals Program

USA - March 29 2021 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on March 29, 2021, that it is evaluating its policies, guidance, templates, and regulations…

Lynn L. Bergeson, Carla N. Hutton

Richard E. Engler, Ph.D. And Jeffrey T. Morris, Ph.D. Publish “Why The US EPA Can, And Should, Evaluate The Risk-Reducing Role A New Chemical May Play If Allowed On The Market,” In Chemical Watch

USA - March 5 2021 In the 21st century, we take as given a continuous stream of new and better products. From electronics to building materials to transportation…