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EPA's Anastas to Return to Yale

10:06 AM MST | January 10, 2012 | Kara Sissell

Paul Anastas, EPA assistant administrator for the Office of Research and Development, will leave the agency and return to Yale University in February. Anastas’ position is one of the most important in EPA in terms industry-related regulations, and he has been for years well known for his work in the field of green chemistry. Anastas took leave from Yale two years ago, and returns to Yale to fulfill his obligations to the university and rejoin his family, which stayed in Connecticut, EPA says. Anastas has lately been at the center of increased controversy...

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