TFI Congratulates Administrator Regan, Ready to Work Together

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March 10, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) President and CEO Corey Rosenbusch today released the below statement in response to the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Michael Regan as U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator.

“TFI and the fertilizer industry congratulate Michael Regan on being confirmed as EPA administrator. Our number one goal is to ensure the fertilizer industry is able to continue feeding the world sustainably. We are committed to environmental stewardship and ready to work with Administrator Regan and agency staff on achieving shared priorities.

“TFI welcomes Administrator Regan’s established record of listening to all stakeholders, a history of working to find practical solutions to environmental issues, and of using sound science and data to guide the decision-making process while serving in North Carolina’s top environmental post. Environmental issues play a large role in TFI’s recently released 2021 public policy priorities, specifically the important role that the fertilizer supply chain plays in being part of the solution to address the many challenges of a changing climate.

“We feel confident that Administrator Regan possesses the skills and leadership necessary to tackle tough issues while ensuring the fertilizer industry can continue to innovate to lessen environmental impacts as we help to grow the food, fuel and fiber to feed our country and world.”

TFI’s 2021 public policy priorities can be found here.

 

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The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) is the leading voice of the nation’s fertilizer industry. Tracing its roots back to 1883, TFI’s membership includes fertilizer producers, wholesalers, retailers and trading firms. TFI’s full-time staff, based in Washington, D.C., serves its members through legislative, educational, technical, economic information and public communication programs. Find more information about TFI online at TFI.org and follow us on Twitter at @Fertilizer_Inst. Learn more about TFI’s nutrient stewardship initiatives at nutrientstewardship.org and on Twitter at @4rnutrients.