Ecology proposes to amend Chapter 173-333 Washington Administrative Code (WAC) Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxins
[proposing title change to Chemical Action Plans]. This rule identifies:
Criteria for persistence, bioaccumulation, and toxicity (PBT) used to identify a chemical as a PBT.
- Provides a list of chemicals for which Chemical Action Plans (CAPs) may be developed.
- Identifies the CAP development process.
- Details the CAP contents.
The CAP is a comprehensive plan to identify, characterize, and evaluate all uses and releases of specific chemicals or group of chemicals. Each CAP recommends actions to protect health and the environment.
Announcement phase (CR-101)
Oct. 12, 2015
Rule development phase
October 12, 2015 to current
Public input & involvement
This rulemaking is on hold at this time.
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