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EPA Gets Tough with Toxic Chemical Plants
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed this week that chemical plants nationwide measure certain hazardous compounds that cross beyond their property lines and reduce them when they are too high.
DOJ, EPA Sue Norfolk Southern Over Toxic Cleanup from Train Derailment
The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have filed a legal complaint against Norfolk Southern for the train derailment that spilled hazardous chemicals in East Palestine, Ohio.
Train derailment site contaminated with cancer-causing toxins: Study
According to the data from a recently completed study, the site of the Ohio train derailment contains cancer-causing toxin levels far above the safe limit.
Toxic Dioxin Testing Ordered for Train Derailment Area, says EPA
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced they have ordered rail company Norfolk Southern to test the derailment area for dioxins, a dangerous and persistent class of pollutants.
Excessive PFAS Levels in Freshwater Fish
You may want to think twice before serving up a dinner of freshly caught fish these days. Freshwater fish have … More
Ban on Gas Stoves Considered by US Federal Agency
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is considering banning gas stoves in the U.S.
EPA may Finally Crack Down on Deadly Air Pollution
Tthe US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is finally proposing an update to the federal air quality standard for fine soot – a long-awaited step to reduce deadly air pollution.
Fracking Chemicals Toxic and Dangerous: Growing Scientific Evidence
There is growing scientific evidence of a correlation between the oil industry’s fracking activities and an array of serious health problems.
Toxic PFAS Chemicals Common in Indoor Spaces: Study
The results of a new study have revealed that toxic PFAS “forever chemicals” are common in U.S. indoor spaces like homes, workplaces and schools.