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Comments on EPA Final Rule on Standards Applicable to Academic Laboratories

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Comments on EPA Final Rule on Standards Applicable to Academic Laboratories

December 30, 1899

​EPA has recognized, and sought to alleviate, the struggles of the higher education community in attempting to comply with ill-fitting regulations written for industrial applications. ACE and the NACUBO urge EPA to adopt the final rule in an expedited fashion.

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