August 7, 2020
EPA Methylene Chloride Review’s Release Spurs Queries On Worker Risks
EPA is poised to release its draft evaluation of environmental and health risks from exposure to methylene chloride, according to a pending Federal Register notice, raising questions about what risk determinations the agency proposes, particularly regarding occupational exposures not addressed in its existing rule. The notice , slated to be published Oct. 29, also announces the next meeting of the agency’s Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals (SACC), which will review the draft Dec. 3-4, and opens a 60-day public...
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