Weight of scientific evidence

Weight of scientific evidence means a systematic review method, applied in a manner suited to the nature of the evidence or decision, that uses a pre-established protocol to comprehensively, objectively, transparently, and consistently, identify and evaluate each stream of evidence, including strengths, limitations, and relevance of each study and to integrate evidence as necessary and appropriate based upon strengths, limitations, and relevance.


40 CFR § 702.33

Scoping language

All definitions in TSCA apply to this subpart. In addition, the following definitions apply:

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