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On December 18, 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued final area designations for the 2012 annual national air quality standard for fine particulate matter (PM2.5). EPA strengthened the annual fine particle standard to 12 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3) in 2012. After working closely with the states, and some tribes, EPA is completing the […]Read More ..
Indoor levels of air pollutants can be two to five times higher, and occasionally 100 times higher, than outdoor levels. Nearly 56 million people, approximately 20 percent of the U.S. population, spend their days inside elementary and secondary schools. Do you know how poor indoor air quality can affect the productivity of students and staff? […]Read More ..
New Features Added! 6/1/15 – New features include: NSF approved water filter recommendations, upgraded home page and faceted search for water filters. The goal of H20safe is to inform citizens of water contamination in their area and act on it by contacting their representatives. H2Osafe has compiled this contamination incident information for each PWS in […]Read More ..
Home builders and verifier partners in the field at new home construction sites have easy access to the tools and resources of EPA’s Indoor airPLUS program. Builders and Raters can use the app to review the Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications and complete and email the Verification Checklist from the field. Homeowners can use the app […]Read More ..
Designed for the general public and applicators who need to access pesticide labels on mobile devices, this app complements EPA’s computer-based Pesticide Product Label System. Users can search for pesticide products by name, use site, type of pest, EPA Registration Number, registrant, or by using a combination of these search terms.Read More ..
Designed for the general public as they search for pest control solutions, this app brings together product search functions and new pest control information in an easy-to-understand format. Users can find ways to control pests without pesticides using a strategy called integrated pest management (IPM). They can also view product formulations, ingredients, signal words, and […]Read More ..
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