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Lynn L. Bergeson, "EPA Considers How Best to Regulate Nanoscale Materials," Environmental Quality Management, Autumn 2005.

In a May 10, 2005, Federal Register notice, EPA announced, in an understated way, its decision to convene a public meeting on 'nanoscale materials.' The meeting notice represents the Agency's first public foray into harnessing some of nanotechnology’s promise within a regulatory framework created almost three decades ago with the enactment of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

Lynn L. Bergeson, "EPA Staff Urges Changes in PM Standards," Pollution Engineering, September 2005.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "TSCA and Nanoscale Materials Update," Pesticides, Chemical Regulation, and Right-to-Know Committee Newsletter, Vol. 6, No. 4, August 2005.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "Avoid Mistakes of Past: Develop Nano Responsibly," The Environmental Forum, July/August 2005.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "Nanotechnology: EPA Considers How to Proceed," Pollution Engineering, June 2005.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "Nanotechnology Readies for a Wastewater Role," Chemical Processing, June 2005.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "Nanotechnology and TSCA," , ABA Pesticides, Chemical Regulation, and Right-to-Know Committee Newsletter, Vol. 6, No. 3.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "The Shape of Things to Come at EPA," Pollution Engineering, March 2005.
Lynn L. Bergeson, "Nanomaterials and Protecting Health Risk," Environmental Expert Newsletter, February 2005.
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