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EPA Alters Chemical Reporting Rule
2:38 PM MDT | August 2, 2011 | Vincent Valk
U.S. EPA has announced changes to its chemical data reporting rule (CDR) in which companies must submit critical information more frequently and in electronic form. Companies will need to update data every five years, as opposed to every four. The changes also limit confidentiality claims related to difficult-to-obtain processing and use data, EPA says. "The new electronic reporting requirement and limits on confidentiality claims also will bring EPA’s data collection effort into the 21st Century and give the American people greater access to a...
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