TSCA Reform Not the Answer to the Chemical Spill

“TSCA Reform Won’t Reduce Chemical Spill Risks,” By by Angela Logomasini.CEI_logo-2mouse_thumb
The January 9 chemical spill in West Virginia, which temporarily contaminated the Charleston drinking water supply, has rekindled a debate related to federal chemical regulation. Clearly, this case — and another spill that occurred this week in West Virginia — demonstrates the failure to properly implement the many emergency planning and prevention laws and programs already on the books. And this is a problem that state regulators and policymakers there need to address. Read more.

Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.