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These HPV chemical conference reports were funded through a conference planning grant and were prepared to provide substantive examples of how collected HPV chemical data could be used by the public. EPA and other conference organizers selected researchers, which included state government agencies and non-governmental organizations, to prepare each report to reflect the different applications that exist for HPV chemical data.
- Environmental Working Group
Using HPVIS to Identify the Next Generation of Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxic Substances (16 pp., 420 KB)
- James Blando, Daniel Lefkowitz, Katharine McGreevy, David Valiante
New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services
Public Health Services, Occupational Health Surveillance Program
Utilization of the USEPA High Production Volume Information System (HPVIS) to Prioritize Chemicals for Additional Public Health Follow-up (8 pp., 32 KB)
HPVIS as a data source for CleanGredients™ - an online database of cleaning product ingredients (11 pp., 105 KB)
- Lynda Knobeloch and Henry Anderson
Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services
Use of the HPVIS to Identify Chemicals That May Pose A Threat To the Great Lakes Fishery (12 pp., 177 KB)
- Kristan Markey
Environmental Working Group
Using Existing Chemical Datasets to Assess the HPVIS: Finding PBTs in HPVs (32 pp., 1.8 MB)