Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),

Definition of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):

  1. Independent US government agency with jurisdiction over existing and under-development chemicals (such as pesticides) that affect the environment. It regulates their manufacture, processing, distribution and use, and sets tolerance levels of their presence in food and feed. EPA has wide ranging punitive powers, and also screens all chemical products before their commercialization to assess their effect on health and environment.

Meaning of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) & Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Definition