IPC Battles EPA, Claims Partial Victory

May 2002
Circuits Assembly;May2002, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
Report the victory of IPC in its efforts to pass realistic depreciation bill for the electronic assembly and printed board industries in the U.S. Opposition of IPC on the Cross-Media Electronic Reporting and Record-Keeping Rule (CROMERRR) of Environmental Protection Agency; Failure of EPA to conduct a risk assessment; Need for anti-fraud provision of CROMERRR.


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