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For technical information, contact: Paul Campanella or John Schaeffer, Chemical Control Division (7405M), Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Environmental Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20460-0001; 202.564.8091 or 202.564.8173; email: or
Recommendation: In order to more effectively determine the extent of air emissions from animal feeding operations, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency should reassess the current data collection efforts, including its internal controls, to ensure that the National Air Emissions Monitoring Study will provide the scientific and statistically valid data that EPA needs for developing its air emissions protocols.
The administration's proposed federal budget for fiscal year 2007, which has not yet been passed by Congress but which went into effect October 1, cuts the Environmental Protection Agency's library system budget by 80 percent, leaving just $500,000 for operations.
Meanwhile, California, 11 other states and a coalition of cities (including Baltimore, Washington and New York), environmental groups and the island of American Samoa (which is threatened by sea-level rise) are fighting a court battle with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which said in 2003 that it had no authority to regulate CO2 or three other global warming gasses produced by vehicles.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) advisory panel evaluating the risk of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) (EWG and CSPI 2004).
Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, and Office of Research and Development.
Environmental Protection Agency lists indoor air quality as one of the nation's top five public health concerns and estimates that indoor levels are, on average, two to five times more polluted than outdoor air.
Environmental Protection Agency for an asphalt shingle recycling project.
ITEM: Writing in the Berkeley Daily Planet for April 22, Representative Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) commented: "For the last 35 years, since Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970, we have come together as a global community to celebrate our planet and recognize the importance of a clean and healthy environment." However, she said, George Bush "has consistently slashed funding for the Environmental Protection Agency," among other perceived misdeeds.
Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund program, which oversees the cleanup of toxic waste sites, has relied on a trust fund to pay for so-called "orphan" sites--places where the parties potentially responsible for the pollution have gone out of business or no longer exist.
Environmental Protection Agency considers "acceptable" for a long-term exposure.
Environmental Protection Agency's recommended limits in most places.

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