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  • Air Toxics Index

    Information on air toxics, emissions, health risks, community action projects, chemicals, monitoring and more. Content Detail

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    US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Enviromapper - Locating Environmental Problems, Solutions and Environmental Justice Issues

    On-line mapping tool from the Environmental Protection Agency, maps EPA-regulated facilities, brownfields tax-incentive zones, surface water, watershed environmental information, superfund clean up sites, and environmental justice information according to zip code. Content Detail

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    United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • Environmental Health

    Environmental Health is charged with protecting the health of South Carolina’s families, our visitors, and our environment through the application of scientific principles and sound management practices in the areas of Food Protection, Onsite Wastewater Management, and General Sanitation. Content Detail

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    SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
  • Environmental Laws and Regulations

    (1) Major statutes or laws that form the legal basis for the programs of the EPA. (2) Federal regulations codified in the Code of Federal Regulations and additional material related to Title 40: Protection of Environment. (3) A collection of non-binding guidance materials issued by EPA Headquarters offices since January 1, 1999. The collection includes documents issued to Regions, states, and/or the regulated community which explain what must be done to meet environmental requirements or explain how EPA will exercises its discretion in implementing statutory or regulatory requirements. Highlights: (a) About the Food Quality Protection Act, (b) Plain English Guide to the Clean Air Act, (c) RCRA* Orientation Manual, (d) Safe Drinking Water Act: Past Present and Future Content Detail

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Environmental Protection Agency E-Docket

    The EDocket is an electronic docket, or list of the EPA's proposed rule-making actions. You can use the EDocket to find out what new rules or rule-changes the EPA is planning to take action on in the near future. You may also send your comments about the rules to the EPA electronically. Federal agencies like EPA use the rule-making process to issue regulations unless this is not allowed under the statutes passed by Congress and signed into law by the President. The rulemaking process generally follows a simple procedure called 'notice and comment.' The agency provides notice of a pending regulation by publishing a proposed rule in the Federal Register. Any person or organization may review this notice and submit comments on it in writing. In some cases public hearings are held where interested parties may speak and provide comments. The period during which comments are accepted may vary for individual actions, but it usually is 30, 60, or 90 days. Content Detail

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Environmental Quality Control

    The Office of Environmental Quality Control (EQC) is the environmental regulatory arm of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. EQC is responsible for the enforcement of federal and state environmental laws and regulations, and for the issuing of permits, licenses and certifications for activities which may affect the environment. Content Detail

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    SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
  • Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home

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    US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Report Environmental Violations

    Use this page to report what appears to you as a possible violation of environmental laws and regulations. Information you submit will be forwarded to EPA environmental enforcement personnel or the the appropriate regulatory authority. Content Detail

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    US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Second National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals

    The Report is the second in a series of publications that provide an ongoing assessment of the exposure of the U.S. population to environmental chemicals using biomonitoring. Biomonitoring is the assessment of human exposure to chemicals by measuring the chemicals or their metabolites in human specimens such as blood or urine. Released January 31, 2003. Content Detail

    By:
    Center for Disease Control