Wheeler ramps up travel with stops in Mich., Ga.
In a fresh sign of a stepped-up travel schedule, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler kicked off a two-day stay in southwestern Michigan this morning by talking up improved air quality under President Trump.
EPA reaffirms conclusion on ozone standard: No change needed
EPA has reaffirmed its preliminary conclusions that no change to existing ground-level ozone standards is warranted.
EPA tightens rules on carcinogen used to sterilize equipment
EPA moved to tighten regulations on industrial emissions of ethylene oxide, a carcinogen, and other toxic organic chemicals under a legally required Clean Air Act update released today.
EPA adds first chemical in 30 years to toxics list
For the first time in three decades, EPA is poised to expand — albeit only by one — its roster of regulated hazardous air pollutants linked to cancer, birth defects and other serious ailments.
Court grants request to drop suit over power plant emissions
A federal court has dismissed a long-standing lawsuit brought by a trade group representing the tiny niche of power producers that burn coal refuse for fuel.