IRIS Public Stakeholder Meeting
EPA held a public stakeholder meeting on November 13, 2012 in Arlington Virginia, on the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) Program. The goal of the meeting is to hear the views of the IRIS Program's many stakeholders about IRIS and changes that are underway to improve the Program.
We are committed to proactively engaging stakeholders, increasing transparency, and using the best available science to develop IRIS assessments. This public meeting is the beginning of an ongoing dialogue about IRIS. Environmental protection decisions, based in part on EPA's IRIS assessments, can have potentially large impacts on the environment, human health and the economy. Because of this, it is important that EPA benefit from stakeholder and scientific engagement to support the best decisions possible.
The IRIS Public Stakeholders meeting took place by webinar and at EPA's Potomac Yards conference facility in Crystal City, VA. The facility address is 2777 S. Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202. The meeting was held on the first floor conference room S-1200, in One Potomac Yard (South Building).
If you would like to provide additional comments, please use the IRIS Public Meetings Comment & Feedback Form. Please include your full name; company/organization name; title; affiliation; sponsoring organization, if any; email address; and phone number if you want to be contacted.