December 9, 2022
ACC Claims Legal ‘Deficiencies’ In First Formaldehyde Peer Review Meeting
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) is escalating its attacks on the peer review of EPA’s draft Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) formaldehyde assessment, arguing that “deficiencies” in the review committee’s first public meeting were “inconsistent” with federal law governing advisory panels. ACC’s Formaldehyde Panel writes in a Nov. 1 letter to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) committee’s staff study director that the science academy must remedy “numerous deficiencies” at the peer-review committee’s first public meeting, held...
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