The backlog of new chemicals being reviewed by the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to be cleared by July due to staffing, policy and procedural changes the agency has made.
The Trump administration moved Monday to curb settlements with conservationists and industry, instead vowing to fight cases designed to force the Environmental Protection Agency to take action. Read moreRead More »
By Tiffany Stecker of BNA President Donald Trump wants to trim the EPA’s pesticide licensing budget by about 18 percent and have industry fees cover the shortfall. The fiscal year 2018 White House budget request would set aside $99.4 million for pesticides work, a cut from the estimated $120.9 million Congress[…]Read More »