Public Records Show State Conspired with Industry to Illegally Exempt 35 Units from Federal Particulate Limits During Startup, Shutdown, and Maintenance Texas community and public interest organizations on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, petitioned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to overturn the state’s decision to exempt large coal-fired power plants from federal limits on particulates and
The end of the school year is upon us, and we’ve got some fantastic numbers to report from our work over the last few months.
Metal recycling is a growing industry in the greater Houston area. The benefits of metal recycling include energy savings and conservation of resources, generation of jobs, and the positive impact on trade of significant U.S efforts worldwide. However the City of Houston received nearly 200 complaints from residents about odor, smoke, noise, explosions and droplets
The EPA is seeking YOUR input on its Environmental Justice (EJ) 2020 Action Agenda framework. This framework is a strategy for advancing environmental justice by embedding EJ in all EPA programs, collaborating with partners, and demonstrating progress on outcomes that matter to EJ communities. The open public comment period for the draft EJ 2020 Action