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Public Comments: Proposed Adoption of NSRL and MADL for PCBs
[06/26/12]

Proposed Regulatory Adoption of "Safe Harbor" Levels for Chemicals Known to Cause Cancer and Reproductive Toxicity: No Significant Risk Level (NSRL) And Maximum Allowable Dose Level (MADL) for Polychlorinated Biphenyls (Pcbs) Written Comments Comment Period Closed May 28, 2012 Extended Until June 11, 2012

No.

COMMENTOR

DATE OF COMMENT

SAFE HARBOR LEVEL

1

Michael McGuffin
President
American Herbal Products Association
8630 Fenton Street, Suite 918
Silver Spring, MD  20910
(301) 588-1171, Ext. 201
mmcguffin@ahap.org

6-11-2012

NSRL & MADL

2

Robert D. Scoffield, D.Env.
Director of the Center for Exposure
  Assessment and Dose Reconstruction

475 14th Street, Suite 400
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 268-5000
(510) 268-5099 FAX
www.exponent.com

6-11-2012

NSRL & MADL

3

David Roe
Mateel Environmental Justice Foundation
Sierra Club
Center for Environmental Health
Californians for Alternatives to Toxics
Ecological Rights Foundation

davidroe@mail.com

6-8-2012

NSRL & MADL

4

Harry B. Rice, Ph.D.
V.P., Regulatory & Scientific Affairs
Global Organization for EPA and DHA for
  Omega-3s (GOED)

(763) 391-7641
harry@goedomega3.com

5-21-2012

NSRL & MADL

 

 
 
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