Environmental & Public Health Consulting had the distinct pleasure and honor of working with a team from the UCLA Sustainable Technology and Policy Program in 2011 developing case studies to test whether complex decision-making as required for the assessment of safer alternatives under the California Safer Consumer Product Regulations was a viable option. EPHC and UCLA STPP are delighted to announce that our paper on this work was accepted for publication in Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, the publication of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC.)  Click on the link below to read our paper, Use of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis in Regulatory Alternatives Analysis: A Case Study of Lead-Free Solder.