You knew this was coming, I seem to have little respect for this government agency, mostly because it seems so bong in politics, but instead of bashing them outright, perhaps a few questions are in order.
Why are emission from bakeries regulated, but mercury from power plants not?
Why is nitrogen seen as the bad guy, when it is food?
How long after the Bangladesh disaster, was arsenic levels changed?
How come PCB's are a probable carcinogen?
How come the EPA water regulation for municipal water is so much tougher than the FDA's for bottled water?
And what does it mean to return nitrogen levels in the Sound to 1500 levels, when they have not significantly changed since they have been measured?
I offer no answers, only questions.