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August 2nd, 2006

On ABA Environment, Energy, and Resources Reports

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David Berube: As I am writing a web-based adjunct to a composite publication and a White Paper on regulation for the International Council on Nanotechnology, I found the report interesting and useful. If you are as much as a nano-geek as I am, you will as well.

Before you spend a lot of time reading about regulatory options for the EPA, I recommend you skim the EPA, Nanotechnology White Paper. It remains one of the most useful document on the environmental implications of nanoparticles.

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