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Environmental Protection Agency to Conduct Listening Sessions on Chemical Accident Prevention

Environmental Protection Agency to Conduct Listening Sessions on Chemical Accident Prevention

OSHA is scheduled to participate in both sessions set for June and July.

Bio-based Polyurethanes and How They Contribute to Sustainability

Bio-based Polyurethanes and How They Contribute to Sustainability

What’s on the label, it would seem, does matter after all.

St. Louis River Area of Concern Cleanup Continues

St. Louis River Area of Concern Cleanup Continues

Contaminated water is being cleaned up and cleared out at Howards Bay in Superior, Wisconsin.

EPA Fines IOWA Manufacturing Company for Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations

EPA Fines IOWA Manufacturing Company for Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations

Scranton Manufacturing Company is accused of violating the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

EPA Grants to Allow Monitoring of Beach Water Quality in Alaska, Oregon and Washington

EPA Grants to Allow Monitoring of Beach Water Quality in Alaska, Oregon and Washington

Funds will help EPA partners identify health risks in the water.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Awards Grants to Cities in New Jersey

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Awards Grants to Cities in New Jersey

The grants given are meant to help underserved communities get cleaned up.

EPA Swears in New Deputy Administrator

EPA Swears in New Deputy Administrator

Janet McCabe serves as the 16th Deputy Administrator of the EPA.

Maine Manufacturer Violates Chemical Handling Regulations

Maine Manufacturer Violates Chemical Handling Regulations

A South Portland manufacturer has agreed to pay a penalty to settle charges by the EPA that violated the Clean Air Act’s chemical accident prevention rules.



EPA Seeks Experts to Serve on the National Environmental Education Advisory Council

EPA Seeks Experts to Serve on the National Environmental Education Advisory Council

The EPA is asking environmental education experts to apply for a spot on the NEEAC.

The Changing Face of Waste Management in the COVID Era

The Changing Face of Waste Management in the COVID Era

Waste production, especially plastic waste production is soaring high under the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

What Biden

What Biden's Administration Means for Water Quality

January’s initiatives are just a few glimpses at what’s possible under the Biden administration.

Improper Disposal of PPE Contributes to Waste

Improper Disposal of PPE Contributes to Waste

The coronavirus pandemic has increased the need for PPE, which has the potential to become litter.

EPA Appoints Temporary Office Positions for Biden’s Transition Period

EPA Appoints Temporary Office Positions for Biden’s Transition Period

The EPA’s Chief of Staff announced the new agency assignments in an email.

How Your Business Can Encourage Employees to Go Green

How Your Business Can Encourage Employees to Go Green

Try using these ideas to kickstart your workforce’s new eco-friendly habits.

Increasing Worker Safety in the Renewable Energy Industry

Increasing Worker Safety in the Renewable Energy Industry

As renewable energy use becomes more common, protecting those who work in the industry should be a priority.

USDA Reports First Case of COVID-19 in a Wild Animal

USDA Reports First Case of COVID-19 in a Wild Animal

A wild mink in Utah is the first recorded coronavirus infection in a wild, free-range animal.

How Important Are EPA Regulations for Businesses Going Green?

How Important Are EPA Regulations for Businesses Going Green?

With green practices, businesses can save money and energy while still complying with EPA regulations—no matter how lenient or strict they are throughout presidencies.

How Biostimulants Contribute to a Sustainable Future

How Biostimulants Contribute to a Sustainable Future

Biostimulants are an environmentally conscious alternative and have applications both in developing rustic or agricultural lands, such as commercial farms, and on smaller-scale gardens or allotments.

NASA Satellite Begins Orbit to Record Changes in Sea Level

NASA Satellite Begins Orbit to Record Changes in Sea Level

NASA’s Sentinel 6-Michael Freilich satellite will monitor changes in sea level for the next ten years.

How to Choose the Right Waste Container for Your Business

How to Choose the Right Waste Container for Your Business

Choosing the correct container to properly store waste is important for both your business and the environment.