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EPA’s Draft Formaldehyde Assessment Can Stay Private

by Law360 | June 21, 2021
“A D.C. federal judge said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency does not have to release a draft assessment of the human health risks of formaldehyde, deciding that it reveals the deliberations of the agency and is exempt from public records law. U.S. District Judge Beryl A. ...

EPA Proposes Collecting PFAS Manufacturing Data

by Law360 | June 10, 2021
“The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday proposed a rule that would require manufacturers of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, to provide information about the amount and type of chemicals…” Read the PEER Story… ...

Advocates Say EPA Ignored Popular Fumigant’s Cancer Risks

by Law360 | February 25, 2021
“An advocacy group on Thursday asked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s watchdog to examine why the agency proposed to downgrade the human health risks associated with a commonly used fumigant,… ” Read the PEER Story… ...

Feds Say There’s ‘Nothing Unlawful’ In Parks Leader’s Status

by Law360 | October 18, 2020
“Federal agencies told a D.C. federal court Thursday that there was “nothing unlawful” about the delegation of duties to the current head of the National Park Service after environmental groups claimed she had been appointed illegally without first being confirmed. ...

National Park Service Chief Appointment Is Illegal, Groups Say

by Law360 | October 1, 2020
“The current head of the National Park Service was illegally appointed without being confirmed by the U.S. Senate and must be removed immediately, environmental groups have told a D.C. federal judge…” Read the PEER Story… ...