California eyes stricter chemical regulations

02/22/2012 | Law & Industry Daily · United Press International

The California Environmental Protection Agency is planning stringent chemical rules as part of the state's Green Chemistry Initiative. The Safer Consumer Products regulations would name about 3,000 "chemicals of concern" and identify which of those are "priority projects." The California Chamber of Commerce has opposed these plans, arguing that they will "create an uncertain regulatory environment that makes investing, innovating and doing business in California substantially riskier."

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