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Company Overview of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Company Overview

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) develops and enforces regulations for human health and environment protection. The agency researches and sets standards for environmental programs and delegates. The agency was founded in 1970 and is based in Washington, District Of Columbia with additional offices in Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, and Florida.

Ariel Rios Building

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20460

United States

Founded in 1970



Key Executives for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Age: 63
Head of Region Six
Assistant Administrator for Office of Research and Development and Science Advisor
Age: 61
Director of The office of Public Affairs - Pacific Southwest
Science Adviser
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Key Developments

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Reaches Agreement with Air Techniques, Inc. to Settle Violations of Federal Law Governing Pesticides

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached an agreement with Air Techniques, Inc. to settle violations of federal law governing pesticides. The company, which sell wholesale cleaners and a surface disinfectant that are used to clean instruments, equipment and surfaces in dental offices and medical facilities, sold unregistered pesticides and imported pesticides into the U.S. without proper notification. The company will pay a $375,000 penalty and come into compliance with federal pesticide law. Some pesticides have been linked to illnesses in people, ranging from skin and eye irritation to cancer. and may also affect the hormone or endocrine systems. In many situations, there are non-chemical methods that will effectively control pests. Companies that sell pesticides without making sure these products are properly registered and labeled put people's health and safety at risk. Under federal pesticide law, products that contain an unregistered pesticide as an active ingredient or claim to kill or repel bacteria or germs are considered pesticides and must be registered with the EPA prior to distribution or sale. The agency will not register a pesticide until it has been tested to show that it will not pose an unreasonable risk when used according to the label directions. During a May 15, 2013 inspection of Air Techniques, Melville, New York, warehouse, the EPA discovered the following violations of federal pesticides law: Two pesticides that Air Techniques sold from its warehouse, the Monarch Enzymatic Cleaner, and the Monarch Waterline Cleaner, were never registered with the EPA.

Uranium Energy Secures Reaffirmation from US Environmental Protection Agency on Aquifer Exemption for Goliad Project

Uranium Energy (UEC) said the US Environmental Protection Agency reaffirmed its earlier decision to uphold the granting of the company's existing Aquifer Exemption, or AE, for its fully permitted Goliad ISR Project. The EPA decision supports the current plan of operations at the Goliad Project, the company said, noting EPA stated the AE for the northwestern portion of the project-which contains less than 10% of the uranium resource-is temporarily being withdrawn, but not excluded from the AE, until additional information is provided for that segment of the project area in the planned and normal course of mine development.

Murray Energy Corp. Sues Environmental Protection Agency to Stop Proposed Regulations Cutting Carbon Emissions

Murray Energy Corp. is suing the Environmental Protection Agency to stop the EPA's proposed regulations cutting carbon emissions that could potentially close hundreds of coal-burning power plants. A petition for extraordinary writ was filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by Murray's lawyers from Squire Patton Boggs LLP in Cleveland. It seeks to stop the EPA from implementing the regulations. The 46-page writ urges the court of appeals to overrule the EPA's plans under the provisions of the Clean Air Act.

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