The Federal regulatory agency responsible for administering and enforcement of Federal environmental laws including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and others.
A federal agency created in 1970 to permit coordinated governmental action for protection of the environment by systematic abatement and control of pollution through integration or research, monitoring, standards setting and enforcement activities.
An agency of the federal government that has the responsibility for protecting the environment.
A Federal and State agency responsible for programs to control air, water and noise pollution, solid waste disposal and other environmental concerns.
EPA is an executive branch agency that implements most of the federal environmental laws. Run by an administrator who is appointed by the President, EPA has approximately 18,000 employees and an annual budget of roughly $7.5 billion.
Agency that enforces federal environmental standards.
the federal agency responsible for control of air and water pollution, toxic substances, solid waste, and cleanup of contaminated sites
A federal agency established in 1979 by presidential executive order to control pollution of the environment.
federal agency that regulates and enforces environmental protection.
An independent federal government agency established in 1970 and charged with coordinating effective governmental action concerning the environment, including setting standards, promulgating and enforcing regulations, and initiating and implementing environmental programs. Two areas of jurisdiction that most directly affect agricultural production are the registration of pesticides and implementation of the Clean Water Act.
the federal agency established in 1970 to protect human health and the natural environment (air, water, and land) by overseeing the repair to environmental damage, establishing standards and programs for a cleaner environment, and enforcing regulations pertaining to the environment. Provides leadership and works closely with other federal agencies, as well as with state and local governments on all matters relating to the quality of the environment.
A federal agency whose primary goal is to prevent or mitigate the adverse impacts of pollution on human health and the environment.
The federal agency that facilitates the identification, investigation and cleanup of sites where hazardous wastes have been released. This authority was granted to EPA by federal legislation (CERCLA 1980, SARA 1986).
The EPA's mission is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment - air, water and land - upon which life depends. For 30 years, the EPA has been working for a cleaner, healthier environment for the American people.
(EPA) Environmental Protection Agency was established as an independent agency on December 2, 1970 during President Nixon's term in office. The mission of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment air, water, and land upon which life depends
A Federal agency charged with protecting the natural resources on the nation. More
an independent federal agency established to coordinate programs aimed at reducing pollution and protecting the environment
Governmental agency responsible for the enforcement of environmental laws.
governmental agency responsible for the protection of our nation's environmental resources.
See U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
A State Agency governed by the Environmental Protection Agency Act 1992 set up to licence, regulate, monitor and control activities with a view to the protection and improvement of the environment. Close
A federal agency created in 1970 by consolidating various federal pollution control agencies. Its original authority has been substantially increased by adding responsibility for the administration of subsequent environmental legislation.
A United States agency responsible for managing federal efforts to control air and water pollution, solid waste disposal, radiation and pesticide hazards, and other environmental concerns.
the federal agency charged with the enforcement of all federal regulations having to do with environmental pollutants. The address is 401 M Street N.W., Washington, DC 20460.
A federal agency created to permit coordinated and environment effective governmental action to preserve the quality of the environment.
The federal agency responsible for enforcing environmental regulations such as the National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act.
Federal agency whose mission is to protect human health and safeguard the natural environment.
(EPA) A U.S. Government Agency charged with eliminating pollution of air, water and land.
EPA is the federal source agency of air quality control regulations affecting transportation.
Federal agency involved in protection of the environment.
The EPA's mission is to protect human health and safeguard the natural environment - air, water and land - upon which life depends. Through regulation, EPA tries to ensure the human population and the environment are protected from environmental risks and exposures.
An independant agency in the executive branch whose mandate is to control and abate pollution in the areas of air, water, solid waste, pesticides, radiation, and toxic substances.
The federal agency principally responsible for administering the Clean Water Act, National Estuary Program, CERCLA, Superfund, and other major federal environmental programs.
U.S. government agency for the protection of the environment.
The federal agency that develops and enforces environmental laws to protect the environment and the public's health.
The US government agency founded to "protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment--air, water, and land--upon which life depends." The Environmental Protection Agency is known as the EPA. See the entire definition of Environmental Protection Agency
the federal agency responsible for regulating air quality. See also EPA web site.
The EPA is a Queensland Government Department whose key functions are environmental planning, environmental policy and economics, environmental operations, sustainable industries and environmental and technical services.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency was created in December 1970 to address the nation's urgent environmental problems and to protect the public health. The majority of DEP's regulatory programs have counterparts at the EPA or are delegated from the EPA.
Federal government agency that makes and enforces standards for pollution control; designed to protect the environment.
Agency that issued the regulations to control pollutants in storm water runoff discharges (The Clean Water Act and NPDES permit requirements).
The federal agency charged with enforcing the Clean Air Act and other environmental protection regulations.
A U.S. federal agency with environmental protection regulatory and enforcement authority. Administers Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, FIFRA, RCRA, TSCA, and other federal environmental laws.
Created in 1970 by President Richard Nixon, this agency of the U.S. government sets and enforces national pollution-control standards.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for administration of laws to control and reduce pollution of air, water and land systems.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency permits coordinated and effective governmental action to assure the protection of the environment by abating and controlling pollution on a systematic basis. The EPA divides the United States into 10 regions for environmental purposes. New Mexico is located in Region 6 of the EPA. Region 6 also includes; Texas, Oklahoma, Louisana, and Arkansas. The EPA was created on December 2, 1970. More Info: EPA Region 6 Homepage
The Federal agency charged with developing and enforcing national environmental policies. The EPA oversees federal policy regarding air and water pollution, among other topics.
The federal agency which enforces laws designed to protect water and air resources - covers municipal water.
Created in 1970 during the first administration of President Richard M. Nixon to oversee federal pollution control efforts.
A United States federal agency, of which the Office of Mobile Sources branch is concerned with auto emissions.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency and, where appropriate, the administrator or other duly authorized official of the EPA..
An agency of the U.S. government established to enforce federal pollution abatement laws and to implement various pollution prevention programs.
independent agency in the federal executive branch. Established in 1970, it works to protect and enhance the environment for present and future generations. The EPA's mission is to control and reduce various forms of pollution, including air, water, solid waste, pesticides, radiation and toxic substances. It works with state and local governments to develop and implement policies to attack environmental pollution.
This federal agency was created in 1970 to oversee environmental monitoring and cleanup programs.
An agency of the United States government currently working for the outdoor power equipment industry to help manufacturers reduce the levels of noise and engine emissions.
Abbreviation for the Environmental Protection Agency, the government agency responsible for enforcing anti-pollution rules. The EPA requires all vehicle manufacturers to certify their new car as being in compliance with the applicable clean air standards
A regulatory agency responsible for reducing and controlling environmental pollution.
The EPA protects human health and the environment; Strategic Plan is built around five goals, centered on the themes of air and global climate change, water, land, communities and ecosystems, and compliance and environmental stewardship.
The purpose of the EPA is to protect and enhance our environment today and for future generations to the fullest extent possible under the laws enacted by Congress. The Agency's mission is to control and abate pollution in the areas of water, air, solid waste, pesticides, noise, and radiation. EPA's mandate is to mount an integrated, coordinated attack on environmental pollution in cooperation with state and local governments.
A federal (U.S.) agency with regulatory authority over matters affecting the environment, including waste generation and habitat destruction.
Administers federal environmental policies, enforces environmental laws and regulations, performs research, and provides information on environmental subjects. The agency also acts as chief advisor to the President on U.S. environmental policy and issues.
A federal agency charged with protecting the environment.
The Environmental Protection Agency (often abbreviated EPA) is a department of the state government of Queensland. Some of its key functions include environmental planning, management of parks, management of forestry and wildlife, and the development of environmental policy.