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Aug 27

eCycling: EPA eCycling Program – A Brief Explanation

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eCycling: EPA eCycling Program – A Brief Explanation, and fyi ECycling refers to the recycling of electronic products, which are more commonplace in American homes, as well as around the world. The Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA for short has instigated a program to help and encourage the recycling of electronics. To get the program …

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Jul 07

EPA Postpones Toxic Pollution Regulations

EPA Toxic Pollution Regulations Postponed

The Environmental Protection Agency or EPA for short has decided to indefinitely delay regulations to reduce the amount of toxic pollution from both boilers and incinerators. This move comes in response to a request from industry groups, which claim it would be too expensive. What price do we put on human lives these days, or …

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Jun 10

Drinking Water Standards – What are the Current Drinking Water Regulations?

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Drinking water standards are important, but do you understand them or even know what are the current drinking water regulations? Under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), EPA sets legal limits on the levels of certain contaminants in drinking water. The legal limits reflect both the level that protects human health and the level that …

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May 09

Sources of Omega 3 Fatty Acids

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We have compiled a list of great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids, since these fatty acids are essential and are needed for many of our bodily functions and processes, however our bodies do not naturally produce them. Because of the fact that our bodies do not produce them, this in turn means that our …

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Feb 14

Why Bees are Disappearing

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Why bees are disappearing is a complex subject, but at the top of the list according to a recent federal study confirms that the honeybees’ pollen and their hives are laden with pesticides. Another factor is that a bad winter has worsened the already worrisome bee die-off with a large die-off this last winter. This …

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Aug 01

Toxic Waste – What is Toxic Waste – Do We Clean it Up or Illegally Dump it Overseas?

Air Force Pollution

Toxic waste, what is toxic waste? It is a waste material primarily derived from modern industrial age technologies and can cause serious injury, birth defects in humans and other animals, and even lead to death. It can spread quite rapidly and easily and can contaminate rivers and lakes, ground water supplies, ground, and the atmosphere. …

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Jul 31

Water Pollution and Control Act History And Future

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The Federal Water Pollution and Control Act (Clean Water Act) was originally made into law June 30, 1948 as statute (Ch. 758; P,L. 845), which authorized the U.S. Surgeon General of the Public Health Service, in cooperation with other Federal, state and local entities to prepare comprehensive programs with the intention of either reducing or …

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May 01

EPA Landmark Greenhouse Gas Regulations Sets Stage For Political Fight Between Republicans and White House

In a landmark announcement today, the Obama Administration announced that it will use the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulatory power to set limits on carbon dioxide emissions from factories, power plants and refineries, a decision which likely sets the stage for another partisan battle upcoming when Republicans take control of the House of Representatives next month. …

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Mar 05

What is Cap and Trade A Real Perspective

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The real truth about the cap and trade bill, legislation, system, cap and tax, or however you choose to address it is a farce to begin with, and hopefully is put to its rightful death in the senate. The cap and trade system probably was created with good intentions, but turned into a hoax, and …

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Mar 01

Neonicotinoid Pesticides Bee Populations Colony Collapse Disorder Linked in Two New Studies

Bee Populations Colony Collapse Disorder

Neonicotinoid pesticides and bee populations crash are linked, however CropLife America, a front group for Monsanto, Dow, and other pesticide makers would have you believe otherwise. 2 recent studies have tied the crashing populations of Bees to the pesticide. The pesticides in question are called Neonicotinoids, since they are derived from nicotine (used as a …

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