Reducing the current ozone standard of 77 parts per billion to 65 ppb could carry a compliance price tag of $1.1 trillion, the National Association of Manufacturers has charged in an updated analysis of the proposed EPA rule.
No one has yet been convicted over the tragedy, which caused 1,100 deaths, and highlighted appalling safety in Bangladesh's $27 billion garment export industry, the world's second largest after China....More
One of the nation's major chemical safety laws is receiving a significant update after 40 years. EPA’s oversight of chemicals manufactured, sold or distributed in the U.S. will be greatly expanded, as will be the processes by which chemicals may be approved....More
The Pentagon budgets about $15 million every year for athletic shoes vouchers, but not all of it goes to buy American-made footwear. New Balance hopes a 75-year-old law will force the Senate to change that....More
The Senate is near an agreement to pass a revised Toxic Substances Control Act that would expand the Environmental Protection Agency’s oversight of chemicals used in products such as spot cleaners and paint strippers....More
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