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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),

n.pr a federal agency charged with the approval and overseeing of the use and disposal of hazardous materials. Workplace management of hazardous materials falls under the jurisdiction of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
EPA registered,
adj indicates that an object or substance has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
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Quaternary ammonium-based products are EPA registered intermediate or low level disinfectants with broad spectrum activity.
EPA registered claims for KinderGuard include a 30 second kill time and a 24 hour residual kill on standard indicator bacteria, a 2 minute kill time on the resistant bacteria MRSE and VRE, a 10 minute kill time on fungi, a 30 second kill time on HIV Type I, and a 10 minute kill time on other viruses.
McGlensey's presentation follows the announcement that ORYXE Energy's EPA registered fuel additive, OR-LED, has been approved by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for use in alternate plans as a qualifying fuel to meet Texas Low Emission Diesel requirements.
ORYXE Energy International announced today that the Company's EPA registered fuel additive, OR-LED, has been approved by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for use in alternate plans as a qualifying fuel to meet Texas Low Emission Diesel requirements.
VERIDIEN Corporation (OTCBB:VRDE) announced that it is launching three new disinfectant products (formulation is EPA registered and patented) in the upcoming fall and winter months.
The article contrasts previously EPA registered silver compounds which are primarily "slow-acting, lower-level bacteriostatic material preservatives incorporated into other products" with PURE's new silver dihydrogen citrate which "is being positioned to compete head-to-head with faster-acting, higher-level hard surface disinfectants, such as alcohol and quaternary ammonium based products.