The Obama administration will unveil a proposal Friday to clean up gasoline and automobile emissions, a step that will result in cleaner air across the U.S. But refiners claim it will raise the price of gasoline at the pump.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is initiating risk assessments on 20 flame retardants and three other chemicals found in everyday consumer products. New Jersey’s senior U.S. Senator is urging the EPA to conduct further evaluations of chemicals found in household p…
The Environmental Protection Agency's internal watchdog says limited data and unreliable estimates on air pollution from oil and natural gas production are hindering the agency's efforts to police the drilling boom.
Today, U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) is leading a group of 23 Senators in calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to evaluate whether flame retardant chemicals found in everyday household products put Americans’ health at risk.