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>                                     ANNOUNCEMENT
>          RELEASE OF
>           "CHEMICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT: PUBLIC ACCESS INFORMATION"
>          PUBLICATION
>                                     Summer 1995
>
>
>          The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) maintains
>          a wide range of environmental information.  Some of this
>          information tells us what chemicals and pollutants are released
>          by industrial plants.  Other information tells us about the
>          health and environmental effects of chemicals.  Still other
>          information tells us what chemicals people may be exposed to.
>
>          EPA believes that it is in everyone's interest to make this
>          information available to the public.  "Public" here includes
>          industry, state governments, community groups, environmental
>          groups, and, of course, public citizens.  Access to information
>          is the best way to ensure everyone has the opportunity to
>          evaluate and reduce environmental and health risks.
>
>          To make this information accessible, the Office of Pollution
>          Prevention and Toxics (OPPT) within EPA provides a variety of
>          information services and products.  These include call-in
>          hotlines, publications,videos, diskettes with data, CD-ROMs, and
>          access to on-line databases.
>
>          This publication is one way for you to find out about EPA's
>          information products related to chemicals.   The first edition of
>          "Chemicals in the Environment: Public Access Information"
>          provides information on a number of major OPPT products and
>          services that reflect the scope of our programs.  We hope to
>          reach a wide audience to let you know what information products
>          are available, what they can do for you, and how to get them.
>
>          The articles included in the first issue cover such topics as
>          EPA's New Chemicals Program (which describes how EPA evaluates
>          newly discovered chemicals for possible health effects);
>          information sources for lead and asbestos; the Toxics Release
>          Inventory (TRI); the OPPT Chemical Fact Sheets; the Pollution
>          Prevention Information Clearinghouse; and industry health and
>          safety studies which are submitted to EPA under the Toxic
>          Substances Control Act.
>
>          The files are accessible on the EPA Gopher Server on the Internet
>          (address: gopher.epa.gov) under:
>              EPA Offices and Regions/Office of Prevention, Pesticides and
>              Toxic Substances/Toxic Substances/Chemicals in the
>              Environment: Public Access Information.
>
>          Persons without Gopher access can retrieve the issue and
>          its contents through anonymous ftp from EPA's FTP server
>          (ftp.epa.gov).  Log on the ftp server as anonymous.
>          "Chemicals in the Environment: Public Access Information"
>
>          can be found under the directory pub/gopher/cie.  The entire
>          issue (in WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows format) is filed as
>          pub/gopher/cie/summer95/issue01j.wpd.  [IMPORTANT: If retrieving
>          the entire file, please note that it is in BINARY format and is
>          800+ kbytes in size.]  ASCII versions of the articles are located
>          under pub/gopher/cie/summer95/articles.  Use the mget command to
>          retrieve all of the articles.
>
>          The files are also accessible through the Right-to-Know
>          Network (RTK-NET).  RTK NET can be accessed either by direct
>          dial-up at (202) 234-8570 (8-N-1) or via the Internet (telnet
>          to rtk.net--login as "public"--or use a Web browser to access
>          it at http://rtk.net).  [NOTE: You must sign up for an account,
>          which is free, before accessing some of RTK NET's databases.]
>          "Chemicals in the Environment: Public Access Information" is
>          presently located under:
>              Documents/Chemicals in the Environment: Public Access
>              Information
>          For more information on RTK NET, call OMB Watch at (202) 234-
>          8494.
>
>          Paper copies of "Chemicals in the Environment" are available from
>          the following OPPT information services:
>
>          The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Phone-    (202) 554-1404
>          Assistance Information Service Hotline  TDD-      (202) 554-0551
>                                                  Fax-      (202) 554-5603
>
>          The Emergency Planning and Community    Phone-    (800) 535-0202
>          Right to Know Act (EPCRA) and            or
>          Superfund Hotline                       Local     (703) 412-9877
>
>          We would like to know if this publication is helpful to you.
>          Please direct your comments or questions to the editor,
>          Randall Brinkhuis, at U.S. EPA, Office of Pollution
>          Prevention and Toxics, Information Management Division
>          (7407), 401 M Street SW, Washington DC 20460, Internet
>          address:  

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