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EPA to Host June 21, 2018, Webinar on Strategy to Ensure Effectiveness of Hospital Disinfectants

The Environmental Protection Agency will host a listening session via webinar to seek stakeholders’ input on the development of a risk-based product testing strategy to ensure continued effectiveness of hospital disinfectant products. The listening session is part of the Agency’s response to EPA’s Office of Inspector General’s recommendations on this issue.

The webinar will be held June 21 from 1-3 p.m. ET. Registration is required for all attendees.

The target audience for this listening session includes:

  • Pesticide product registrants
  • Microbiology laboratory personnel with efficacy testing responsibilities

After the listening session, the docket EPA-HQ-OPP-2018-0265 at www.regulations.gov will be open for comments on the materials presented at the listening sessions. Follow the online instructions for submitting comments. EPA will consider listening session feedback and written comments submitted to the docket when developing the draft strategy for the revised Antimicrobial Product Evaluation Program.

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