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EDF urges greater data disclosure on proposed SNUR

February 12, 2018
The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) is faulting EPA's draft rulemaking on a new use of a chemical, reiterating calls for the agency to adequately vet industry claims of confidential business information (CBI) under the revised toxics law and urging the agency to disclose further data to support the rule. In a Feb. 12 letter to EPA toxics chief Jeff Morris, EDF attorney Robert Stockman faults as inadequate EPA's 15-day public comment period on a proposed amended significant new use rule...

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