Researcher Says ‘Prevalence’ Model Shows Flaws in TSCA Prioritization

Tracey Woodruff, Director, University of California, San Francisco Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment and former policy advisor, EPA Office of Policy, was quoted in this article regarding her recently-published work that suggests the TSCA prioritization process used at EPA does not identify all existing chemicals that are high priority for exposure and risks for vulnerable populations such as children and pregnant women.