Congress should protect innovation in TSCA reform, DuPont exec says

02/26/2013 | ICIS News (U.K.)

Reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act should not come at the expense of innovation, said Terry Medley, global director for corporate regulatory affairs and advocacy at DuPont. TSCA reform should allow a proper assessment of chemicals used in consumer applications and set up a process for the Environmental Protection Agency to implement science-based evaluations on priority substances, he said. Confidential business information should also be protected to preserve innovation, he added.

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