Remove toxic products from the US EPA Product Schedule for Oil Spill Contingency Plans

PETITION TO THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY TO AMEND THE NATIONAL CONTINGENCY PLAN (NCP) PRODUCT SCHEDULE AND TO USE EMERGENCY POWER TO DELIST PRODUCTS OF CONCERN We, the undersigned, United States citizens hereby petition the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to: 1) amend the National Contingency Plan (NCP) Product Schedule to include a process to delist products of concern to the public, effective immediately; and 2) issue an emergency decision, effective immediately, to delist all products that contain any substances known to be a human health hazard and/or any proprietary ingredients; or any products that have not been demonstrated to be non-toxic to naturally-occurring wildlife in flow-through toxicity tests with young life forms of ecologically and economically important species relevant to the area where the product will be used.

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Dr. Riki Ott and Ultimate Civics, Emerald Coastkeepers and Louisiana Bayoukeepers

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Dr. Riki Ott is a marine toxicologist and community activist who was onhand before, during and after the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. She is the founder of Ultimate Civics. The Emerald Coastkeepers and the Louisiana Bayoukeepers  are a first line of defense during the BP Gulf oil disaster. Their incredible knowledge makes them invaluable first responders and their commitment critical.

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  • andrea langner worse stuff imagineable. Must be banned permenantly... This chemical has caused more devastation then any oil spill in recorded history.

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    andrea langner, United States

    8 months ago Comments: worse stuff imagineable. Must be banned permenantly... This chemical has caused more devastation then any oil spill in recorded history.
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