Yes. When managing a product or project that can fall under both categories, food and drug and environmental protection, the two agencies work together to ensure that the safest route is covered. For example, when it comes to flea and tick medication, the FDA must approve the drug so that it is safe for use on animals. The EPA must then register the drug to ensure that it does not have any environmental externalities.
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