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EPA Aims To Streamline Pesticide Reviews, As Industry Seeks Greater Role

April 13, 2017
EPA pesticides officials are seeking to streamline pesticide reviews by improving international cooperation and reducing differences between the registration and re-registration review processes, arguing that approving newer, less-harmful products reduces environmental harm, while industry is seeking to self-certify some parts of the review process to further speed efforts. During a CropLife America RISE Regulatory Conference April 6-7 in Arlington, VA, senior EPA pesticides officials outlined the agency's continuing effort to conduct increasingly complex reviews with decreasing resources. In outlining steps...


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