LENEXA, KANSAS (May 29, 2020) — The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is working closely with The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and all of its federal, state, tribal, and local partners to move forward toward Opening up America Again. From practicing social distancing to continuing to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, all Americans can play a role in reducing the risk of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19.

LENEXA, KANSAS (May 20, 2020) — President Trump’s Executive Order to promote transparency through improved agency guidance has led the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to announcing its first-ever proposed rule to establish consistent requirements and procedures for the issuance of guidance documents.

LENEXA, KANSAS (May 12, 2020) —  The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 30, 2020) — The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has identified numerous companies and individuals who have manufactured and sold both hardware and software specifically designed to defeat required emissions controls on vehicles and engines used on public roads as well as on nonroad vehicles and engines.

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 17, 2020) — The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is updating its coronavirus website to include new resources for state, local, and tribal agencies and intergovernmental associations. These resources will help EPA and its partners continue to provide the environmental protection the nation depends on without interruption during the coronavirus public health emergency.

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 17, 2020) — Thursday, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) corrected flaws in the 2016 Supplemental Cost Finding for the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for coal- and oil-fired power plants, consistent with a 2015 US Supreme Court decision. The agency also completed the Clean Air Act-required residual risk and technology review (RTR) for MATS.

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 16, 2020) — Today, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released “sector snapshots” for eight industries participating in the Smart Sectors Program. The sector snapshot is a web-based tool that shows historical environmental and economic performance on a sector basis. Users can interact with data that include a range of up to 30 different combinations of environmental and economic parameters to view trends over time.

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 16, 2020) — The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced the availability of $2 million in grant funding for tribal applicants to establish diesel emission reduction projects. Under this grant competition, applicants may request up to $800,000 in federal funding.

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 15, 2020) — The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking grant applications through the Children's Healthy Learning Environments Grant Initiative from states, federally-recognized tribes, universities, local governments, non-profits, and other groups to support children’s environmental health in school and child-care settings. These grants advance children’s environmental health by providing education, training, tools, and capacity building.

LENEXA, KANSAS (April 15, 2020) — On April 14, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took additional actions to assure that safe and effective disinfectant products are available to the American public to help combat the spread of COVID-19.