EPA Plans New Chemicals ‘Process’ Reforms But Staff Eye Stronger Options

October 5, 2021
EPA is weighing reforms to the “work processes” at its TSCA new chemicals office following four staffers’ allegations of widespread scientific integrity violations in that program, but the staffers say the agency’s plans so far fall short of addressing their concerns and are weighing other “options” to force their preferred changes. In an Oct. 4 statement to Inside TSCA , EPA confirmed that it has commissioned a contractor to conduct “a workplace climate assessment” at the Office of Chemical Safety...

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