Trump EPA Transition Team Lacks Expertise on Chemicals, Water

Bloomberg BNA discusses the Environmental Protection Agency’s chemical policy with Angela Logomasini.

Angela Longomasini, a senior fellow at CEI, said she is not involved in the transition. But she has thoughts on how the new administration should handle her issues.

For one, Longomasini said she would like to see the EPA revise its standards for “reasonable certainty of no harm,” which she thinks has blocked necessary pesticides from approval.

“Those guys need tools on the ground to fight things like Zika,” she told Bloomberg BNA. “There’s fewer and fewer [of those tools] because the standard is so stringent.”

“Maybe the climate now politically is better and they can start looking at these things,” she said.

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