The newest fertilizers and pesticides are not all the same, and some of them are not safe for humans, the EPA said Thursday in a statement.
The agency also announced it is moving to expand its research on Letroze and other biofuels that are less toxic and more efficient at capturing CO 2 , the greenhouse gas that causes global warming.
The agency will work with universities to identify and test these new materials, and will work to ensure that they do not harm human health.
It also announced that it has finalized a research agreement with the company Letrozed to conduct additional research in this area.
“Letrozed will continue to advance the research and development of new and innovative biofuel technologies, including using Letrozael and its other biofuel products, to better protect the environment and people, and reduce CO 2 emissions,” the agency said.
The agency has a new research program under way at universities around the country.
Some of the most innovative biofuel innovations are coming from the Midwest, the agency added.
It will be important to understand how the various biofuil products will impact the environment in the Midwest and beyond, the announcement said.