CFATS program vital to chemical security, ACC says

08/24/2012 | Global Security Newswire

U.S. chemical industry groups expressed concerns over a Heritage Foundation report that urged replacing the Department of Homeland Security's Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards with a program based on "common-sense, market-conscious policy solutions" for the industry. "If you were to sort of move away from CFATS, it might encourage EPA or some other entity to occupy that space," said Scott Jensen of the American Chemistry Council.

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