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The Chemist Who Fought the EPA and Won - Twice

From: Women Whistleblowers

“When nothing changed, in 2006 Jenkins sent a 60-page memo to the EPA Inspector General detailing the chemical composition of the dust. In addition to rehashing…

Judge gives EPA deadline for studies backing Pruitt's claims

From: Greenwire

"In her decision Friday rejecting EPA's full request for additional time, Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia admonished…

ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP CONTRACTOR SAYS HUNTERS POINT WORK WAS DONE BY THE BOOK

From: San Francisco Business Times

"The Pasadena-based corporation has been accused of fraud by the Navy, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Bayview Hunters Point Community Advocates,…

EPA LETTER REVEALS NAVY'S DOWNPLAY OF RADIOACTIVE SOIL IN SF'S BAYVIEW

From: ABC7News

"This week, the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility published a letter to the Navy. In it, the EPA says they found 90 and 97 percent of the soil samples…

EPA STIFLES OPPOSITION TO GIANT ALASKA MINING DUMP

From: The National Memo

"The Trump administration is trying to rush through a review of the Pebble Mine in Alaska with some public hearings not even having microphones for speakers.…


News Releases

WHEELER NEEDS TO UN-GAG THE EPA

Transparency Should Extend Beyond Calendars to Include Science

WHEELER SHOULD RELAX PRUITT CHOKEHOLDS ON EPA OPERATION

Administrator Consolidated Decision-Making Marginalized Regional Offices

EPA STILL CANNOT FIND PRUITT’S ALTERNATE CLIMATE SCIENCE

Agency Asks Court for More Time to Develop “an Appropriate Search Methodology”

EPA AGENTS FIGHTING ECO-CRIME DROP AS SECURITY DETAIL GROWS

Fewer Investigators Translates into Fewer Referrals, Prosecutions, and Defendants

EPA PROMISES STEPS TO PREVENT CHILD-LEAD DUST EXPOSURE

Whistleblower Disclosure Forces Grudging Progress in Housing Renovation Program