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Multiyear PBT Chemical Action Plan Schedule - DRAFT (Historical)
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|Description||This draft “Multiyear PBT CAP Schedule” is the Washington State Department of
Ecology’s (Ecology) proposed schedule for developing chemical actions plans (CAPs)
as part of implementing the agency’s recently adopted “PBT rule” (WAC 173-333).
The PBT rule is a procedural rule, which establishes Ecology’s process and
procedures to address the subject of persistent bioaccumulative toxic substances
and helps Ecology set internal priorities in addressing PBTs. The PBT rule is
part of the state’s efforts to protect the people and environment of Washington
by reducing exposure to these chemicals.
This draft document lays out the planned schedule for the next three calendar
Based on the available data for the evaluation factors, and using best
PBT Chemical CAP Development Schedule
Ecology will review and, as appropriate, update the multiyear schedule for
|NOTES||This has been superceded by the Final Report.|
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|Keywords||rule, health, chemical, PBTs, chemical action plan|
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