EPA budget request would increase funding for chemical risk reviews

04/15/2013 | Bloomberg BNA (free content)

The Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention would get $686.2 million in fiscal 2014 under the White House budget proposal. The funding would include $62.7 million for chemical-risk review and reduction activities, up $6.2 million from fiscal 2012. That increase is intended to fund more chemical assessments under the Toxic Substances Control Act work plan.

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