EPA Proposes Experts To Review ‘Alternative’ PM2.5 Risk Review Methods

September 3, 2019
EPA is seeking input on a proposed list of experts to peer review a pending policy document offering “alternative” methods for assessing the health impacts of exposure to low levels of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), which could potentially overhaul how the agency sets standards for the pollutant that has no safe levels of exposure. In a Sept. 3 Federal Register notice , EPA announces it will take comment through Sept. 24 on the 15 candidates for the review, including...

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