Advocates Urge Toyota To Not Consult For Scott Pruitt and the EPA

By Jeff Cobb This month when U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt indicated the EPA was looking to Toyota to help it streamline its management practices, a strong backlash was immediately voiced by environmental and consumer advocacies.
Advocates have been bearing down since February on the Trump administration appointee for an agenda they say includes blurring the lines between the regulatory agency and industries it is charged to regulate, and Pruitt’s words sounded like more of the same.
“We are actually partnering with Toyota to begin a lean process at the agency to evaluate management practices,” Pruitt said at the first of two hearings

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