US nvironmental rotection gency.
A part of the US federal government that enforces environmental laws and provides information and guidance to policy makers.
Environment Protection Authority. In Victoria and other States of Australia, a State Government body whose job is to protect the air, water and land from pollution. Organisations like Melbourne Water must get a licence from the EPA to operate places such as sewage treatment plants.
Environmental Protection Act. Acronym for the Environmental Protection Act, 1990.
See Environmental Protection Act
Environment Protection Authority NSW [go to site
Federal agency that administers environmental policy and laws.
Environment Protection Authority (now part of NSW DEC)
Acronym for "Energy Protection Agency." See EPA fuel economy.
Federal Agency whose mission is to protect human health and the environment.
Environ-mental Protection Agency
European Pressphoto Agency
an independent federal agency established to coordinate programs aimed at reducing pollution and protecting the environment
An agency of the Federal Government responsible for the protection of the environment and the enforcement of environmental legislation; formed in December 1979 under Public Law 97-604. Erg: An extremely small amount of energy. Example: to raise a pound weight one foot would require about 13.6 million ergs. Fission: The splitting of a fissionable nucleus into two smaller, nearly equal, radioactive nuclei, accompanied by the emission of two or more neutrons and a significant amount of energy. Fission in a nuclear reactor is initiated by the fissionable nucleus absorbing a neutron. Frequency: The number of cycles per second of a wave. Gamma Ray: Gamma radiation emitted during the radioactive decay of certain radioactive materials. A few inches of lead or few of feet of concrete will effictevly stop all radiation, including gamma rays, from 10 year old spent fuel.
Environmental protection agencies that operated at either federal or state levels. For example, there is a U.S. EPA, which operates separately from the Ohio EPA.
The federal body charged with responsibility for natural resource protection and oversight of the release of toxins and other threats to the environment.
Government agency to protect human health and the environment
nvironmental rotection gency; in Maine, the equivalent agency of state government is called the Department of Environmental Protection, DEP
Federal Environment Protection Agency
A U.S. government agency that issues permits for large-scale testing of herbicides and biotechnology-derived plants containing new pesticidal substances.
Environment Protection Authority or equivalent State authority.
Acronym for nvironmental rotection gency. The federal agency responsible for developing and enforcing environmental policy in the United States and its territories
The Environment Protection Agency.
the federal regulatory agency responsible for oversight of the Clean Water Act and other environmental programs.
U.S. Environment Protection Agency. The federal agency that develops and enforces environmental laws to protect the environment and the public's health.
Environmental Protection Agency
Environment Protection Agency regulates environmental monitoring. Establishes and enforces guidelines.
US Envrionmental Protection Agency
The United States agency charged with setting policy and guidelines, and carrying out legal mandates for the protection of national interests in environmental resources.
Environmental Protection Association
Environment Protection Agency (US)
Abbreviation for the U.S. nvironmental rotection gency.
Environment Protection Authority. With Federal, State and Regional Agencies.
Environmental Protection Authority