The EPA has announced several actions to enhance scientific integrity.
Recently, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it is granting or partially granting 11 petitions that were submitted under the American Innovation and Manufacturing (AIM) Act to restrict the use of climate-damaging hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in the refrigeration and air conditioning, aerosols, and foam sectors
A stark warning was delivered by IPCC, who said that the Earth is finding itself in a deepening climate emergency.
To further protect public health, EPA will conduct long-term monitoring of the groundwater, in addition to other protective measures.
Construction companies in Massachusetts are paying up after an investigation showed the companies did not obtain proper permits for stormwater discharge.
Ability for protection from mold-related and safety problems relies on knowledge of prevention and addressing sources of moisture.
The New Indy Containerboard Facility was issued an order to correct the undesirable level of air contaminants.
The EPA announces its new commitments and initiatives for clean energy.
The EPA chose the base as a 2021 site reuse award winner.
Researchers and U.S. leaders plan to take action before the problem escalates further.
OSHA is scheduled to participate in both sessions set for June and July.
What’s on the label, it would seem, does matter after all.
Contaminated water is being cleaned up and cleared out at Howards Bay in Superior, Wisconsin.
Scranton Manufacturing Company is accused of violating the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
Funds will help EPA partners identify health risks in the water.
The grants given are meant to help underserved communities get cleaned up.
Janet McCabe serves as the 16th Deputy Administrator of the EPA.