Under the High Production Volume (HPV) program, chemical
companies and consortia submitted their proposals to test HPV chemicals, and
these proposals were posted to the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) website
for a 120-day comment period. PETA reviewed and commented on all HPV chemical
test plans in which animal testing was proposed. What we found while reviewing
the proposed test plans was shocking, including the following:
The following reports analyze the redundancy and
unscientific nature of many of the HPV test plans:
To download PETA's technical comments for each HPV chemical
test plan, visit the EPA's
website and click on the chemical names.
here to read more about the HPV chemical-testing program.
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