TRI Rule Causes Concern

Wilhite, Tamara
September 2002
Circuits Assembly;Sep2002, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p8
Trade Publication
Comments on the nature of the environmental guidelines imposed by the federal government in the U.S. Issues related to the hype and terror of lead; Importance of regulating substances in proportion to danger; Significance of encouraging public awareness with the perspective of environmental issues.


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