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Appendix B Public Access Materials The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee at or after its first meeting, October 4, 1999, Beckman Center: . California Environmental Protection Agency, Nepal lment of Pesticide Regulation. 1999. Methyl Bromide: Risk Characterization Document for Inhalation Exposure. Draft. March I, 1999. 149 pp. with 9 appendi- ces. Memorandum from Lori Lim and Stephen Rinkus, California Depart- ment of Pesticide Regulation to Gary Patterson, California Department of Pesticide Regulation. Subject: Methyl Bromide Assignment #98- 0507. Dated September25, 1998. 23pp. Methyl Bromide industry Panel. ~ 998. Toxicological Endpoint Evaluation and Exposure Assessment for Methyl Bromide. August ~ 8, 1998. 33 pp. With 2-pa cover letter from David Weinberg to James Wells, Department of Pesticide Regulation. 4. Comments on the Department of Pesticide Regulation's Draft Risk Characterization Document for Inhalation Exposure to the Active Ingre- dient Methyl Bromide. From Anna M. Fan, California Office of Envi- ronmental Health Hazard Assessment, to Gary T. Patterson, California Department of Pesticide Regulation, dated September 1, 1999. 21 pp. 87
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88 METHYL BROMIDE RISK CHARACTERIZATIONIN CALIFORNIA Risk Assessment of Methyl Bromide. Presented by Lori O. Lim and Thomas Thongsinthusak, California Department of Pesticide Regulation. October 4, 1999. 29 pp. 6. Chemical Manufacturers Association, Methyl Bromide Industry Panel. Presented by Vincent Piccirillo, NPC, Inc. October 4, 1999. 28 pp. Methyl Bromide Use in California: Public Health Concerns for Resi- dents near Fumigated Agricultural Fields. Presented by Bill Walker, Environmental Working Group. October 4, ~ 999. ~ 35 pp. 8. Public Health Concerns in the Methyl Bromide Reassessment. Pre- sented by Amy Kyle, Consulting Scientist for the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation. October 4, 1999. 19 pp. 9. California Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Pesticide Regulation. 1999. Methyl Bromide: Risk Characterization Document for Inhalation Exposure. Draft. October 1999. 467 pp. 10. Letter from lames N. Seiber, University of Nevada, to Douglas Okumura, California Department of Pesticide Regulation, dated May 5, ~ 999. Comments on report "Evaluation of Charcoal Tube and SUMMA Canister Recoveries for Methyl Bromide Air Monitoring." 54 pp. 11. Heinz's responses to~imSeiber's comments. Draft. Undated. 3pp. 12. Mini-Memo from Terri Barry to Kean Goh, dated May ~ 9, ~ 999. Draft. Responses to comments on statistical aspects of the report entitled "Evaluation of Charcoal Tube and SUMMA Canister Recoveries for Methyl Bromide Air Sampling." 4 pp. 13. U.S. EPA. 1991. Guidelines for Developmental Toxicity Risk Assess- ment. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Risk Assessment Forum. EPA/600/FR-91/001. 67 pp. 14. Letter from Courtney Price, Vice President CHEMSTAR, on behalf of the Chemical Manufacturers Association's Methyl Bromide Industry Panel to Dr. Charles Hobbs, NRC Subcommittee on Methyl Bromide. Dated November 8, 1999. ~ pp. with 2 attachments of published article by Medinsky et al. (1985) and bar chart.
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PUBLIC ACCESS MA TERIALS 89 15. California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation. 1999. Letter From Anne Katten and I. Felix de la Torre of the CRLAF to Roberta Wedge, NRC, regarding review of California Department of Pesticide Regulation Risk Characterization for Methyl Bromide. Dated December 23, 1999. 2 pp. With attachment "Technical Comments of California Rural Legal Assis- tance Foundation: The NAS Review of the CDPR Methyl Bromide Risk Characterization, December 1999." 10 pp. 16. Letter from Gary T. Patter, Division of Registration and Health Evalua- tion, California Department of Pesticide Registration to Roberta Wedge, NRC, regarding an issue paper submitted by the Methyl Bromide Indus- try Panel (MBIP) on the pharmacokinetics and metabolism of methyl bromide. Dated January 7, 2000. 2pp. With 3 attachments including; 1) the issue paper, 2) review and comments of the issue paper by the DPR staff; and 3) questions posed by DPR to the MBIP at a meeting where the issue paper was presented. 17. Letter from loci Kuhn, Methyl Bromide Industry Panel (MBIP) to Roberta Wedge, NRC with comments from the MBIP to the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. Dated January 2l, 2000. ~ pg. With an attached letter from MBIP to Paul Helliker, CDPR, dated Janu- ary 11, 2000 (1 pa) and a 3 page attachment entitled "Methyl Bromide: Supplemental Information on Metabolism." 18. Memorandum from Lori Lim, Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR), to Gary Patterson, DPR, regarding methyl bromide assignment #98-0408. Dated July 3, 1998. 2 pp. With an attached memorandum from Linnea I. Hansen, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances, Health Effects Divi- sion, to Margaret Stasikowski, Health Effects Division, entitled "Methyl Bromide: Review of Draft Toxicology and Hazard Identification Docu- ment Prepared by the Department of Pesticide Regulation, California Environmental Protection Agency. Dated June ~ I, ~ 998. 6 pp. 19. Letter from Cindy Tuck, Law Offices of William Thomas, Sacramento, CA, to Roberta Wedge, NRC, regarding methyl bromide recovery rate: new document for review by NRC subcommittee on methyl bromide. With an attached memorandum from Jay Gan, ARS USDA, to Dr. Duafain on DPR study and methyl bromide recovery rates. Dated March 21, 2000. 5 pp.