Chemical Industry Supports EPA Withdrawal of Impaired Water Rule

March 2003
Chemical Market Reporter;3/24/2003, Vol. 263 Issue 12, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on the decision of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to withdraw a rule revising the federal program for cleaning up impaired waters in the U.S. Reasons for the move of the EPA; Support of the chemical industry for the decision of the agency; Importance of the rule in maintaining quality of the water.


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