The United States Environmental Protection Agency, otherwise referred to as EPA, is an agency of the United States federal government that is greatly responsible for safeguarding the human health and the environment through the creation and implementation of laws and regulations.
The programs and grants of the EPA are constantly motivated by its overall agency mission which is to constantly ensure that the American people is protected from various health risks and injuries.
In line with this mission, the United States Environmental Protection Agency has established the Centers for Material Life Cycle Safety Program wherein it intends to solicit applications for the development of interdisciplinary centers that have the capability of focusing on the creation of chemicals, compounds, mixtures of compounds, or products.
The agency is well aware that certain materials such as chemicals, biochemical substances, and molecules, are of great use to the present society. The agency seeks to find ways to delve deeper into understanding these materials in an effort to use them to their optimum potential and at the same time, understand its life cycle.
Centers for Material Life Cycle Safety Program
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