Chemical-industry execs converge to review effects of TSCA reform

06/16/2010 | ICIS News (U.K.)

Executives from the U.S. chemical industry are meeting today to tackle the wide-ranging effects of a Senate bill that would toughen the 34-year-old Toxic Substances Control Act. "Modification of the TSCA should be done carefully, deliberately and in consideration of all consequences," said Jim Cooper, the petrochemicals vice president for the National Petrochemical and Refiners Association. "We firmly believe that TSCA can be modernized in a way that both effectively addresses chemicals risk management and preserves American jobs and the economy."

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