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Birnbaum Says TSCA Grouping Could Help EPA Break Statutory Silos

August 4, 2022 / by

Maria Hegstad /

Inside EPA

Linda Birnbaum, former Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, was quoted in this article discussing how a class-based approach to handling chemicals under TSCA could help assess the cumulative human health effects that multiple chemicals have across different media.

“No Safe Level”: A Lot of Colorado Drinking Water Could Contain Potentially Hazardous Levels of “Forever Chemicals” Under New EPA Standard

August 1, 2022 / by

Conrad Swanson /

The Denver Post

Linda Birnbaum, former Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, was quoted in this article regarding PFAS concentrations in water sources nationwide, suggesting that many will exceed EPA’s new health advisory levels. The article was reprinted in OutThere Colorado and The Fort Morgan Times.

Attorney Sees Chemours’ GenX Suit as Signal of New TSCA ‘Pushback’

July 25, 2022 / by

Diana DiGangi /

Inside EPA

Bob Sussman, counsel for Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization and former EPA Deputy Administrator, was quoted in this article about a possible uptick in industry litigation against TSCA rulemakings and policies, including asbestos regulation, in the wake of the West Virginia vs. EPA decision.

Weaver Fire Site Environmental Probe Approved by State

July 21, 2022 / by

John Deem /

Winston-Salem Journal

Stan Meiburg, former EPA Acting Deputy Administrator and former Regional Administrator, EPA Regions 4 and 6, was quoted in this article discussing approved testing plans for site contamination following a fire that destroyed the Weaver fertilizer plant in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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