Report: EPA delays risk management rule by nearly 2 years
The Environmental Protection Agency reportedly plans to give chemical manufacturers an additional 20 months to comply with new risk management requirements. Bloomberg reports that the EPA will postpone the effective date of the new rule — already pushed back from the original March 21 date — from June 19 to February 2019. The agency said the additional months would be used to evaluate "petitions for reconsideration" and potential changes to the rule.
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