September 8 - September 12, 2014

The U.S. EPA is weighing its next move on dangerous chemical paint strippers. What should that move be?


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Limit use and sales, as Europe has done. 54%
Nothing. Let the user beware. 29%
Phase out these products entirely. 17%


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Tagged categories: Chemical stripping; Europe; Health & Safety; Methylene chloride; North America; Paint and coatings removal

Comment from Michael Quaranta, (9/10/2014, 6:18 PM)

It appears that the EPA is running out of work and they are now crossing over on the authority of the Department of Labor - OSHA. Then there is the positive requirement of CAS labeled chemicals and the Safety Data Sheets that are not a part of the EPA Authority. Remember, the EPA was formed by Executive Order ?????


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