EPA Declassifies Confidential Information on Possibly Dangerous Chemicals

Yahoo!: According to a press release, the EPA has removed industry confidentiality claims for over 150 chemicals as a part of an effort to get more information to Americans about what is in the products they use every day or are used in the construction of buildings, including homes. Until Wednesday, manufacturers and companies have been able to keep information about the chemicals they use in their products out of the hands of the public. These products include building materials like fire retardants,......

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