EPA: Cleaning Up Our Land, Water and Air

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EPA: Cleaning Up Our Land, Water and Air [pdf]
http://www.epa.gov/cleanup/

The Environmental Protection Agency has been cleaning up the nation’s land, water and air for four decades, and there’s still much work to be done. This homepage provides information about cleanups around the country, what citizens can do to help, and the EPA’s long-term stewardship programs. On the homepage, visitors can use a clickable map to learn about cleanup
information by EPA region or program. Moving on, visitors can also read about available cleanup grants and funding opportunities in different communities. The site also contains a glossary of EPA terms, and helpful
cleanup publications, such as newsletters, “FedFacs” newsletters, and waste management documents that cover Native American reservations. The site is
rounded out by an “Other Publications” area that covers brownfields and the latest work on Superfund sites. [KMG]

About Laura B.

Laura L. Barnes is a librarian at the Prairie Research Institute Library, embedded at the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, and writes for Environmental News Bits.
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One Response to EPA: Cleaning Up Our Land, Water and Air

  1. citywide1 says:

    Thanks Laura. I just want to appreciate the good job you are doing. The information here is very useful.

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