Environmental Health News
Departing words from EPA's Anastas: We must design 'less toxic and less polluting' chemicals and manufacturing
By Jane Kay
Paul Anastas, one of the fathers of green chemistry, is leaving his high-ranking post at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and returning to Yale. In a Q&A with Environmental Health News, Anastas said "it's time for me to go home." As science advisor and assistant administrator at EPA's Office of Research and Development, his goal was to shift EPA toward policies that would promote green chemistry...
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