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Toxics Use Reduction Planners Association

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Jessica Shifano, JD, MPH, of the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at the University of Massachusetts Lowell breaks down the how and why in regards to the Landscape of U.S. Chemicals Policy.

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US State-Level Chemicals Policy Database


The database can be searched by state, region, status (e.g., enacted, proposed, and failed), policy category (e.g., pollution prevention, single chemical restriction, etc.), chemical, and product type (e.g., children’s products, cleaning products, etc.).

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