EPA employees allege changes to assessments that downplayed chemical risks

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“Four Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) employees are alleging that managers in the agency’s chemicals office changed safety assessments in a way that downplayed the risks posed by these substances.

In a request for investigation to the EPA’s internal watchdog made public late last week by the group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), the four scientists alleged that there were “numerous instances” where their risk assessments were changed.”

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