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House Passes Green Chemistry Bill

10:40 AM MDT | September 21, 2007 | Kara Sissell

The House has passed the Green Chemistry Research and Development Act (HR 2850), which is similar to two previous House green chemistry bills that failed to pass the Senate during the last two Congressional sessions. Representative Phil Gingrey (R., GA) sponsored the bill. The legislation would authorize federal agencies including EPA and the Department of Energy, to use existing federal agency funds: to establish a coordinated R&D program; encourage research education and technology transfer; facilitate the adoption of green chemistry innovations; and expand...

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