EPA requests nano comment
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The Environmental Protection Agency invites public comment on several 1documents related to its Nanoscale Materials Stewardship Program, EPA states July 11. The program, in part, aims to "increase the scientific understanding and ensure appropriate nanoscale industrial chemical to facilitate the responsible development of this growing technology," the agency says. The agency also requests comments on a concept paper for the NMSP, and on the information collection request for the program. The agency will conduct a public meeting Aug. 2 to receive comments on the NMSP; the comment period will remain open for 60 days after the meeting...
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