Report: EPA Should Conduct New Residual Risk and Technology Reviews for Chloroprene- and Ethylene Oxide-Emitting Source Categories to Protect Human Health
Report #21-P-0129, May 6, 2021
The EPA should conduct new RTRs for chloroprene- and ethylene oxide-emitting source categories to address elevated individual lifetime cancer risks impacting over 464,000 people, as found in a modeling tool, and to achieve environmental justice.
Informe en Espanol (Spanish translation)
- Report at a Glance (pdf)
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- Update: EPA Response to Report (pdf)
- Update: IG Comment on EPA Response (pdf)
- Update: EPA Response to Report (second) (pdf)
- Update: IG Comment on EPA Response (second) (pdf)
This report relates to: Project #OA&E-FY19-0091
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