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News 2017 Toxics Use Reduction Program Progress Report

3/05/2018
  • Office of Technical Assistance and Technology
  • Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction

Each year, the Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction issues a Progress Report on the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Program. The report highlights the program’s activities and achievements for each Fiscal Year and the actions taken by the Administrative Council and it’s Advisory Committee, and the Science Advisory Board.

2017 Toxics Use Reduction Program Progress Report

Office of Technical Assistance and Technology (OTA) 

The Office of Technical Assistance and Technology works to support the growth of environmentally responsible manufacturing and production in the Commonwealth by encouraging businesses to better comply with environmental regulations, implement cost effective toxics use reduction, energy efficiency, water conservation, and other sustainable practices.

Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction 

The Administrative Council is the governing body of the Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) program and is responsible for program policy oversight. The six-member council is chaired by the Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Matthew A. Beaton; and is charged with coordinating state enforcement of laws and regulations on chemical use and toxic waste generation, implementing policies that promote worker health and safety, and safeguarding public health.

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