U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

A regulatory body of the U.S. federal government responsible for environmental health and well-being. Its writes and enforces regulations within the parameters set up by law. It is charged with protecting water, air, land, and endangered species, as well as with the handling of hazardous waste. For example, the EPA administers legislation requiring registration of all pesticides sold in the U.S. The EPA was established in 1970.
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CONTACT: Charlis Thompson, press office of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 404-347-3004/
SeaLife 1000(TM) is approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the California EPA, the Florida State Department of Agriculture and the Washington State Department of Ecology.
Kawamura; United States Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator Wayne Nastri; and representatives of both The Walt Disney Company and CEEIN.
CONTACT: Hagan Thompson of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, 404-347-3004/
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The United States Environmental Protection Agency has reported that asthma has reached epidemic proportions in the United States, affecting about 20 million people of all ages and races.
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