The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extensively evaluated the scientific evidence regarding the safety of glyphosate.
On this page, you’ll find a compilation of EPA’s conclusions and analyses of the scientific evidence relevant to glyphosate safety, as well as EPA’s discussion of the conclusions reached by other foreign and international agencies.
These resources have been gathered from a variety of agencies, including human health risk assessments from the EPA, to provide information to residential and commercial users alike.
On each of the following pages, you’ll find the conclusions reached from each assessment referenced, along with links to the full documents from where those conclusions originated.
The EPA has extensively studied the health and safety of glyphosate for decades. You can view the agency’s recent statements and conclusions here.
EPA’s View on International Regulator Findings
Multiple other foreign national and international agencies responsible for chemical safety have also analyzed glyphosate, and have reached conclusions similar to the EPA.
EPA and Other Regulators’ Assessments of IARC
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) released a monograph addressing cancer hazards of glyphosate in 2015, which has since been reviewed by the EPA and other national regulators.