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THE TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT OF
1971 AND AMENDMENT
SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT
COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
UNITED STATES SENATE
TO AMEND THE FEDERAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT,
AS AMENDED, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
AUGUST 3, 4, 5; OCTOBER 4, AND NOVEMBER 5, 1971
PART 1 OF 3 PARTS
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Letter of August 9, 1971__
Train, Hon. Russell, Chairman, Council on Environmental Quality; accom-
panied by Alvin L. Alm, staff director, program development_
Questions and the answers thereto...
Hallman, Robert Marshall, Center for Law and Social Policy.
Proposed suggestions to amendment 338_.
Mazzocchi, Anthony, citizenship-legislative director, Oil Chemical &
Atomic Workers International Union, Washington, D.C.; accompanied
by Fred Linde, presidential assistant for Health and Safety, Oil, Chem-
ical & Atomic Workers International Union; and Steven Wodka, re-
Samuels, Sheldon W., Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO, Washing-
Aishton, Preston K., on behalf of Sears, Roebuck & Co., statement.
Aldrich, Dr. Samuel R., member, Pollution Control Board, State of
Illinois, letter of April 15, 1971....
Aldworth, John G., general manager, Power Transformer Department,
Westinghouse Electric Corp., letter of October 14, 1971-
"Algae and Phosphorus," article in the Chemical and Engineering News..
Alpert, Dr. Joel J., Massachusetts Department of Public Health, letters
of April 1, 1971.
Article from the New England Journal of Medicine_
Amour-Dial, Inc., letter of August 16, 1971.
Anderson, Raymond E., secretary and general manager, Lake Michigan,
Borg, Grant K., professor, University of Utah, letter of April 7, 1971.
Boyle, Thomas E., president, International Chemical Workers Union,
letter of October 13, 1971...
"Emancipation of the American Homemaker," article.
Epstein, Dr. Samuel S., swetland professor of environmental health and
human ecology, Case Western Reserve University, letter of Octo-
ber 14, 1971..
"Agronomist Clears Phosphates Of Causing Algae in Waters," article from
the Pennsylvania Mirror-
"Eutrophication Is The Nutrient Enrichment of Water Which Stimulates
Excessive Growth of Aquatic Life," article.
"Excessive Emotion About Detergents," article from Science
FDA press release on 39 detergents.
Gilbert, Frederick A., FMC Corp., statement
Grosselin, Dr. Robert E., Ph. D., professor, Department of Pharmacology
and Toxicology, Dartmouth Medical School, letter of April 23, 1971-
Hall, George O., Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
and Charles Schwartz, Hall Laboratories, Pittsburgh, Pa., article
Handler, Philip, president, National Academy of Sciences, article.
Hartke, Hon. Vance, U.S. Senator from Indiana, statement.
HEW-EPA news release, September 15, 1971.
Hillmer, Harold E., R.S. deputy health officer, Health Department, Fond
du Lac, Wis., letter of April 20, 1971----