In a Federal Register notice published July 24, 2008, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it is proposing a test rule that would require testing for certain High Production Volume (HPV) chemicals for which manufacturers have not voluntarily provided data. One of the chemicals proposed for testing is acetaldehyde. Click here (pdf, 247 KB) to download the Federal Register notice. (Source: FMA, FEMA)
EPA Test Rule on HPV and Acetaldehyde
November 10, 2008
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