Congressmembers & Senators Call for Strong Risk Management Plan Rule by EPA

“EPA should require hazard reduction and best practice prevention measures, such as transitioning to inherently safer chemicals and processes . . .”

Thirty-one Congressmembers, including Southern California Congressmembers Nanette Barragán, Alan S. Lowenthal, and Karen Bass, and ten Senators call for a strong Risk Management Plan rule by the EPA requiring conversion to inherently safer technology for exceptionally dangerous chemicals (like HF).

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Congresswoman Nanette Barragán