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Preliminary Cost-Benefit and Least Burdensome Alternative Analyses: Chapter 173-334 WAC Children's Safe Products - Reporting Rule

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13-07-029July 2013
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Author(s) Joshua Grice
Description This report reviews the economic analysis performed by the Washington State Department of Ecology to estimate the expected benefits and costs of the adopted rule, Children's Safe Products - Reporting Rule, Chapter 173-334 WAC. This analysis is generally intended for use with an associated Least Burdensome Alternative analysis to develop an understanding of the full impact of the rule.

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Keywords Chapter 173-334 WAC, n-butanol, tris(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl)phosphate, chemicals of concern, rule amendments, cost benefit analyses, chemical action plan, Children's Safe Product Act
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