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July 30, 2014
  • EPA Finalizes 2014, 2015 Exemptions For Uses of Methyl Bromide as Fumigant
  • Federal Agencies to Assess Effects of Five Pesticides on Endangered Species
  • Senate Homeland Security Approves Amended Chemical Security Reauthorization Bill
  • Superseding Indictment Charges PG&E With Obstructing NTSB, Criminal Records Issues
July 29, 2014
  • DOE Announces New Initiatives To Address Methane Leaks in Pipelines
  • PHMSA to Request More Pipeline Data for Mapping
  • D.C. Polystyrene Food Package Ban Signed
July 28, 2014
  • Academies Find Compelling Evidence Styrene May Cause Human Cancers
  • Advocates Urge New York State to Ban ‘Super-Toxic’ Anticoagulant Rodenticides
  • EPA Advisers Endorse Agency's Draft Plans To Research Air, Chemicals, Other Topics
  • Canada Concludes 49 Chemical Substances Not Toxic, but Will Continue to Monitor 28
  • House Fails to Gain Two-Thirds Majority Needed to Pass Pesticide Permit Exemption
  • Questions Raised After Release of E-Mails Between PG&E, California Utility Commission
  • Repairing, Replacing Gas Pipelines in Decade Called Far More Beneficial Than 30-Year Plan
  • EPA Proposes Approval of New Agricultural Pesticide
July 25, 2014
  • EPA Won't Allow Unregistered Pesticide Use by Texas to Combat Resistant Weeds
  • Phthalates in Toys Don't Pose High Risks To Children, Advisory Panel Tells CPSC
  • Substance Information Exchange Forums Target of Draft Proposal, Commission Says
  • POPs Review Committee Meets in October
  • Phaseout of Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Chemicals Is Goal of Merkley Bill
  • Chemicals That May Affect Testosterone Identified in Toxicity Screen, Researchers Say
July 24, 2014
  • EPA Considering Regulating More Chemicals Under Its Rule for High-Hazard Substances
  • Funding for Next Phase of Montreal Protocol Seen as Critical Amid Concern Over HFC Use
  • Fees Limit Effectiveness of EPA's Lower-Risk Pesticide Program, Says Inspector General
  • U.S. Geological Survey Finds ‘Widespread' Presence of Neonicotinoids in Iowa Waters
  • Physical Security Incomplete Without Cybersecurity Protections, DHS Official Says
  • DHS Chemical Security Program Extension On Senate Homeland Security Panel Agenda
  • EPA Rejects Advisory Panel Recommendation On Environmental Justice Assessments
  • Study Links Banned Insecticide, Generational Effects
  • Phaseout of Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Chemicals Is Goal of Merkley Bill
  • EPA Considering Regulating More Chemicals Under Its Rule for High-Hazard Substances
July 23, 2014
  • NTP Finds Pentachlorophenol, Byproducts Are ‘Reasonably Anticipated' Carcinogens
  • Hearing Highlights States' Use of Technology To Ease Regulatory Compliance, Permitting
  • Pingree, DeFazio Seek to Rally Opposition To Approval of Dow's 2,4-D Crops, Herbicide
  • Clear Supply Chain Roles, Responsibilities Help Avoid FIFRA Violations, Attorneys Say
  • Chemical Company Agrees to $905,000 Fine For Alleged Labeling, Registration Violations
  • Bakken Crude More Volatile, Flammable Than Other Crudes, PHMSA Study Finds
  • DOT Proposes Updated Tank Car, Emergency Response Standards for Transport of Crude
  • Alert, Guidance, Input Are Next EPA Steps On Inherently Safer Technology, Official Says
  • Homeland Security to Begin Push To Reform Chemical Security Program
  • Webinar on Federal Nanotech Research July 31
  • Chemical Company Agrees to $905,000 Fine For Alleged Pesticide, Insecticide Violations
  • Bakken Crude More Volatile, Flammable Than Other Lighter Crudes, PHMSA Study Finds
July 22, 2014
  • Chevron Agrees to Operating Standards To Advance Richmond Refinery Upgrades
  • Appeals Court Orders Travelers to Abide By $500 Million Asbestos Settlement
  • Comment Period on Wage Garnishment Proposal Extended Through Sept. 2
  • German Agency Examines Health Risks of Aluminum
  • PHMSA to Hold Webinar on Gas Pipeline Rule
July 21, 2014
  • EPA: Preliminary 2013 Toxics Release Data Available
  • Toxic Designation for Ethyl Carbamate Proposed by Canada; Six Chemicals Cleared
  • Speed of Oil Tank Cars ‘An Issue' as DOT Prepares Safety Rulemaking, Foxx Says
  • PHMSA Has Improved Special Permit, Approval Processes, Inspector General Says
  • Class Strikes Deal With Freedom Industries Over W.Va. Chemical Spill Into Water Supply
  • Pace of Security Plan Reviews Improved; Most Chemical Plants Still Await Approval
  • Chemicals That May Affect Testosterone Identified in Toxicity Screen, Researchers Say
  • Phthalates in Toys Report Receives Mixed Views From Trade, Consumer Groups
  • Phthalates in Toys Don't Pose High Risks To Children, Advisory Panel Tells CPSC
  • Pace of Security Plan Reviews Improved; Most Chemical Plants Still Await Approval
July 18, 2014
  • Carper Interested in Chemical Security Reauthorization But No Legislation Imminent
  • Endocrine Disruptor Uses May Continue If Risks Are Controlled, EU Commission Says
  • Final Lithium Batteries Air Transport Rule Sent to PHMSA as OMB Completes Review
  • ‘Pre-Rule' on Rail Transport Oil Spill Prevention, Response Plans Sent to OMB
  • EPA Finalizes Insect Repellent Graphic, Expects Marked Products in Early 2015
  • Chevron California Refinery Expansion Approved; Company Appeals Some Conditions
  • USDA Nixes Proposal to Share Confidential Information on GMOs With States, Tribes
  • Canada Says Companies Must Report Solvents Used in Underground Oil Sands
  • Perciasepe to Leave No. 2 Spot at EPA, Will Work at Climate-Focused Think Tank
  • West Virginia Chemical Leak, Dust Explosion Both Tied to Inadequate Oversight, CSB Says
July 17, 2014
  • Industry Calls for Approval of Dow Herbicide; Environmental Groups Raise Health Concerns
July 16, 2014
  • Overhaul of IRIS Chemical Risk Assessments To Take Up to Five Years, EPA Official Says
  • Ammonia Analysis Shows Progress in IRIS, More Improvement Needed, EPA Advisers Say
  • Oil Company, President to Pay $21.4 Million For Illegal PCB-Contaminated Oil Disposal
  • UN Chemicals Body Says Pharmaceuticals in Environment Could be ‘Emerging Policy Issue'
  • D.C. Bills Would Ban Polystyrene Containers
  • D.C. Bills Banning Polystyrene Containers, Mandating Compost Separation Near Law
July 15, 2014
  • Chemicals Produced by Body Pose Challenge In Gauging Exposure Risks, EPA Advisers Say
  • Dichloromethane Is Probable Carcinogen, IARC Says as It Classifies Five Chemicals
  • Foxx Urged to Ban Use of DOT-111 Tank Cars to Carry Bakken, Other Crude Oil
  • Older Oil Rail Cars Would Be Phased Out Under Deal Between Railroads, Oil Industry
  • House Passes Short-Term Highway Bill With LUST Fund, HazMat Provisions
  • EPA Redesigns Greener Chemical Labels
  • EPA Advisers Discuss Human Data Use, Assessment of Chemicals Made in Body
  • Dichloromethane Probable Carcinogen IARC Says as It Classifies Five Chemicals
July 14, 2014
  • House Rules Paves Way for Consideration of Bill to Extend Hazmat Programs Authorization
  • Health Levels for Short-Term Risks of TCE In Indoor Air Recommended by EPA Region 9
  • OMB, White House Views May Be Needed On Academies' IRIS Advice, EPA Official Says
  • Ammonium Nitrate, Explosives Transport Rule Proposed by PHMSA Would Replace Permits
  • Ammonium Nitrate, Explosive Transport Rule Proposed by PHMSA Would Replace Permits
July 11, 2014
  • EPA, Industry Groups Reiterate Claims That Pesticide Lawsuit Should Be Dismissed
  • Companies Warned to Heed Cut-Off Dates in EU Biocides Regulation
  • EU Chemicals Agency Defends Video On Consumer Rights Over Industry Objections
  • More Comment Time on Fracking Chemical Reporting
July 10, 2014
  • Transatlantic Trade Agreement Must Exclude Chemical Regulations, Public Advocates Say
  • EPA to Withdraw Direct Final Rule On Collateral Labeling for Pesticide Exports
  • EPA Proposes to Prohibit Some Uses Of HFCs With High Global Warming Potential
  • Public Advocates: GMOs Need FDA Approval; Rep. Pompeo Says Review Process Enough
  • Bill to Bar EPA Lead Bullet Regulation, Reauthorizing Wetlands Programs Defeated
  • Washington Governor Proposes to Strengthen Standards for Toxic Chemicals in Waterways
  • Washington Governor Proposes to Strengthen Standards for Toxic Chemicals in Waterways
July 09, 2014
  • EPA Official Says Final Risk Assessments, Chemical Label Designs Coming by Fall
  • EPA Announces Peer Reviewers, Meeting To Consider Health Effects of PFOA, PFOS
  • Perfluorinated, Waste Tire Chemicals Among 43 to Have Significant New Use Rules
  • Democrats Introduce Bill to Ban BPA Use in All Food, Beverage Containers
  • Emergency Pesticide Use Not Warranted, Would Affect Endangered Fish, Groups Say
  • 25 Million Said to Live in Crude-by-Rail ‘Blast Zone'
  • Democrats Introduce Bill to Ban BPA Use in All Food, Beverage Containers
July 08, 2014
  • Low Levels of Arsenic Cause Lung Cancer In Male Mice, NIEHS Research Finds
  • Chemical Facility Security Bill Passes House; Would Extend DHS Program for Three Years
  • OECD Report Cites Environmental Questions, Opportunities in Nanotechnology in Tires
  • Denmark Abandons Proposed Ban on Four Phthalates, Citing European Court of Justice
  • Company Seeks to Test Fungicide on Corn
  • Groups Contest California's Neonicotinoids Approval
  • EPA Seeking 2017 Methyl Bromide Use Requests
  • Judge Signs $14 Million TSCA Settlement
  • Senator Urges Obama to Act on Crude-by-Rail Safety
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  • Titanium Co. Signs $14 Million TSCA Settlement
July 07, 2014
  • EPA Strategies to Promote Rapid Analysis Of Toxicity, Life Cycle Impacts to Be Critiqued
  • 13 New Use Rules for Coating, Nanoscale, Energy-Related Chemicals Issued by EPA
  • Environmental Group Petitions EPA To Conduct Interim Review of Neonicotinoids
  • Alberta Pipeline Operator Agrees to Pay $1.3 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges
  • Alberta Pipeline Operator Agrees to Pay $1.3 Million to Settle Pair of Oil Spills
  • Methods to Encourage Green Chemistry, Life Cycle Analyses to Be Presented by EPA
July 03, 2014
  • France Moves to Ban Throwaway Plastic Bags, Phase Out Aerial Use of Pesticides
  • EPA Begins Work on Fee Structure For Electronic Hazardous Waste System
  • Rail Car Design Standards for Oil Transport Updated in Final Rules Issued by Canada
  • Two REACH-Restricted Chemicals Approved By ECHA Panels for Use by UK Rocket Maker
  • EU Chemicals Agency Plans More Targeted Compliance Checks for REACH Dossiers
  • Disinfected Water, Fuel Additives, Nanotubes Should Be High IARC Priorities, Advisers Say
July 02, 2014
  • CDC Biomonitoring Report Measures 39 New Chemicals, Updates Data for 84
  • EPA Launches Effort to Help Degreasers, Manufacturers Find Alternatives for Solvent
  • PVC Manufacturers Urge Court to Review Air Toxics Standards Despite EPA Review
  • API Document on Pipeline Safety Practices Likely to Be Finalized in 2014, Official Says
  • Russia Begins Enacting Plan to Phase Down Production of Ozone-Depleting Substances
July 01, 2014
  • TCE Should Be Listed as a Known Carcinogen, NTP Draft Report Says
  • EPA Proposes to Limit Toxic Emissions From Off-Site Waste, Recovery Facilities
  • Hazmat Transport Fee Worth Considering, But Tank Car Rule Comes First, Foxx Says
  • Canada Unveils Tighter Rules for Dangerous Rail Cargo Before Lac-Mégantic Anniversary
  • European Commission to Allow Nickel in Certain Toys
June 30, 2014
  • Court Has Jurisdiction to Hear Challenge To 50 Pesticide Registrations, Plaintiffs Say
  • EPA Provides Timeline to Complete Inorganic Arsenic IRIS Analysis by 2016
  • Federal Funding of Nanotech Research Leads to Significant Gains, Report Says
  • DHS Spending Bill Includes $2 Million For Hazmat Transport Responders Training
  • Norfolk Southern Withdraws Change On Customer Liability for Older Tank Car Use
June 27, 2014
  • EPA Identifies Five Alternatives to HFC Refrigerants With Less Warming Potential
  • Revised Guidance on Antimicrobial Efficacy Issued
  • Researcher Defends Study on Autism From Pesticide Industry Criticisms
June 26, 2014
  • EPA Hears Differing Advice on Possible Bias Stemming From Research Funding Sources
  • FDA Oversight May Be Required for New, Altered Chemicals, Products, Attorney Says
  • EU Imposes Limit on Bisphenol A In Toys Intended for Children Up to Age 3
  • Various Industries See Different Trends In Conflict Mineral Disclosures, Panelist Says
  • Senate to Take Up Conservation Bill With Ammunition Regulation Provision
  • Shell Oil Meets with OMB on Tank Car Standards
  • Senate Confirms Yale Professor for Science Post
June 25, 2014
  • Workers in Dry Cleaning, Degreasing Operations Face Health Risks From Solvent
  • Hexavalent Chromium Toxicity Data Coming; EPA Urged to Analyze More Health Hazards
  • Industry Voices ‘Outweigh' Public Interests At IRIS Meeting, Some Advocates Charge
  • EPA Suggests Reducing Monitoring Period For Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule
  • Retailers Working to Limit Neonicotinoid Use on Plants Due to Bee Concerns
  • CSB Chairman May Survive Political Onslaught Following Release of E-Mails
June 24, 2014
  • EPA Begins Review of 16 Pesticides For Environmental, Human Health Effects
  • French Study Linking Roundup, Biotech Corn To Health Problems in Lab Rats Republished
  • Value of Chemical Sector's Inclusion in TTIP Contested, Supported at Consumer Dialogue
  • FDA Issues Final Guidance on Use Of Nanomaterials in Regulated Products
  • House Committee Moves Bill Requiring Public Scientific Information in Rulemakings
  • EPA to Hold Exposure Modeling Meeting in October
  • ACUS Releases Rule-Writing Recommendations
June 23, 2014
  • Plan to Improve Prop 65 Warnings Praised By Health Advocates, Criticized by Business
  • Russia to Join Global Mercury Convention To Clean Up Legacy Pollution, Curb Usage
  • Crude by Rail Emergency Preparedness Bill Targets Quality of Incident Response Training
  • Center Seeks Data for Inhalation Toxicity Methods
June 20, 2014
  • White House Orders Agencies to Develop National Pollinator Health Strategy
  • Study Ties Autism to Pesticides, Home Location
  • Regulatory Approach on Endocrine Disruptors Outlined in European Commission Roadmap
  • Shorten Summaries in IRIS Assessments, Add Principles, Clarify Policies, Advisers Say
  • Agency Urged to Finalize EJ Policy Guidance For Rules, Actions So States Have Road Map
  • GOP Lawmakers Urge Safety Board Chair To Resign From ‘Dysfunctional' Agency
  • Advisers Generally Endorse EPA's Efforts In Draft IRIS Trimethylbenzenes Assessment
  • Efficacy Rule for Antibacterial Soaps Could Force Some Products Off Market, Makers Say
June 19, 2014
  • California GMO Labeling Bill Revived; Assembly Panel Acts on Flame Retardant Bill
  • Senators Largely Pessimistic About Completing TSCA Reform This Year
  • Environmental, Health Effects of Nanosilver Detailed in EU Scientific Committee Opinion
  • California Gives Battery Recycler 30 Days To Correct Deficiencies in Permit Application
  • China Moves to Further Restrict Production of Paraquat Herbicide
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