EPA decides on long-awaited voluntary reporting requirements

For much of last year, the EPA was considering the introduction of a set of voluntary data reporting requirements for companies selling nanomaterials or products that incorporate them. We’re hearing from our network that the EPA’s voluntary regulations have now been decided upon, and will be announc...

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