On September 20, 2022, thousands of people from around the country will take part in a rally outside of the EPA ...
Workers imperiled by failures to flag serious known hazards.
IG Found Managers Trampled Standard Procedures to Diminish Cancer Risk
New Advisories Ignore Precursors That Transform into Most Toxic Fluorinated Chemicals
Chemical Safety Board Chair Lemos Resigns but Wants to Stay Thru July 22
As thousands of communities throughout the country find their water and food contaminated on with PFAS, the ...
EPA’s Definition Misses Many Toxic and Persistent Chemicals
Groups Seek State Testing and Monitoring at Lowry Landfill Superfund Site
Latest Monitoring Report Underlines Need for Stricter Contamination Curbs
Just one communications network using the technology could result in hundreds of metric tons of mercury releases ...
Crippling Staff Shortage in Chemical Safety Work Continues in 2022 Budget
EPA staff are under pressure, and often retaliated against, to remove chemical hazard information and to keep ...
Safe Fruit & Vegetable Cultivation Should Be EPA Remediation Yardstick
PEER Suit Prompts EPA to Unearth Over 1,300 Industry Chem Substantial Risk Reports
Lawsuit to Excavate 1,200+ Buried Industry Chemical Hazard Reports
EPA Lacks Plan to Fill or Retain Critical Scientific Specialist Positions
Auto Workers and Consumers Exposed without Any Health Warnings
DESCRIPTION: Implementation of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act
TO: House Energy ...
Second in a series of webinars that examines how risk assessments for new chemicals have been improperly altered ...
Assessments and Comments Routinely Overwritten, Obliterating Drafts
DESCRIPTION: Letter to Dr. Michal Freedhoff regarding the hardships in the New Chemicals Division at the EPA
DESCRIPTION: Letter to Representative DeGette regarding the chemical industry’s influence over EPA’s ...
On Whistleblower Appreciation Day, we honor those who stand up for strong environmental protections and work for ...
Managers Remove Elements of Risk without Analysts’ Knowledge or Consent
Trump Holdover Consolidates Control to Preempt Biden Appointees
Disgraced Ex-Louisiana Official Given Top Job by Trump Holdover
Investigator Ranks and Recommendations Plummet under Absentee Chair
Vast Amounts of Rad Waste Slated for Disposal by Unlicensed Operators
After more than 20 years of delay and a successful lawsuit by PEER and chemical safety advocacy groups, the ...
America's industrial infrastructure suffers from aging pipes prone to corrosive leaks leading to ignition that ...
CSB Proposal Would Not Produce Useful, Accurate, or Timely Information
Despite Near Misses, Agency Claims Ignorance on Hydrogen Fluoride Risks
EPA Action Needed to Ban Chemical Threatening Bhopal-Like Tragedies
Courthouse Steps Agreement Means Thursday MSPB Hearing Is Cancelled
As disturbing Trump appointees go, Scott Pruitt at EPA is hard to top. Well, somebody else who has that potential ...
Chemical Safety Board Shirked Its Clean Air Act Mandate to Protect Communities
Number of Investigators Down by More Than Half as More Employees Depart
Civil Servant Punished for Doing His Job Amidst Shifting Politics and Leadership
Hurricane Harvey Chemical Explosions Spotlight Neglected Clean Air Act Mandate
EPA Plan Limited, Largely Voluntary and Leaves Largest Threats Unabated
Managing Director Scapegoated as CSB Stalls Mandatory Morale Survey Analysis
Basic Information on Investigations, Procurement and Private Emails Still Missing
Chemical Safety Board Dispatches Tweets Not Investigators to Latest School Blowout
19 Major Accidents Ignored as Chemical Safety Board Prolongs Internal Probes
OPM Intervention Sought for Merit Violation of Extended Suspension without Cause
Sole-Source Payments Piecemealed to Avoid Bid, Affirmative Action and Other Rules
New Worker Right-to-Know Database Maps All OSHA Health Inspection Readings
Pursuit of Trivial Information Masks IG Lack of Oversight on Serious Matters
Despite Recurring Disasters, Industrial Plants No Safer Now Than Under Bush
Chevron Richmond Refinery Explosion Ignored in GOP Red Herring Oversight
Toxic Well Flowback Pumped for Consumption by Wildlife and Livestock
No Public Review of New Guidance to Industry Consultants on Toxic Cleanups
Review of Evacuation and Health Warnings Confusion, Role of Corporate Consultant
Hundreds of Corporate Waivers to Dump Toxics into Massachusetts Water Supply
EPA Still Reviewing Status of Unknown Number of Garden State Toxic Hotspots
DEP Scientists’ Questions Could Prompt Feds to Expand DuPont Cleanup Scope
Agency Mistakenly Relaxed 1,4 Dioxane Standard by More Than 50-Fold
Summer Plea Bargain Letting Executives off Set up Repeat of Preventable Fatalities
U.S. EPA Will Not Release Hazardous Ratings for Pompton Lakes and Other Sites
Control of Deadly Seepage Put on “Honor System” in Christie Regulatory Rollback
Spreading and Uncontrolled Contamination in Hundreds of Pompton Lakes Homes
Alaska Health Report Cannot ID Agent, Urges Permanent Paving for Base Site
Corporate Political Donors Control DEP Toxic Clean-Up Oversight and Rulemaking
Tougher Pollution Controls Multiply Toxic Potency of Coal Combustion Wastes
DEP Employees Files Grievances over Higher Toxic Exposure with No Protection
Damage to Endangered Bat Caves and Toxic Pits Plague Monongahela NF
Contamination Case in Closed-Door Negotiations for “Non-Regulatory” Resolution