The administration is asking for $5.7 billion in fiscal 2018 funding for the EPA
Fast and easy access to chemistry information, for more than 700,000 chemicals in the EPA’s new Chemistry Dashboard, via ACD/ChemSketch
Researchers from Clarkson University, SUNY Fredonia & SUNY Oswego Receive $6.5 million from EPA to monitor for contaminants
Proposed regulations for laboratory cold storage manufacturers could be an issue if deadline extension is not granted.
On April 10, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced research grants to Arizona State University and the University of California, Santa Barbara to better understand the impacts of chemicals and nanomaterials throughout their life cycle—from design, manufacture, use and disposal.
Concern over the safety of everyday household products, such as baby bottles and soaps, has spurred a wide-ranging research effort into predicting the health risks of tens of thousands of chemicals.
Laboratories frequently accumulate bottles of old chemicals, often toxic or hazardous, that are no longer used. Laboratory managers can use several strategies to properly reuse or dispose of these chemicals.