The Environmental Protection Agency's mission is to protect human health and the environment. EPA's three main responsibilities are the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental regulations. Programs administered by the EPA include air pollution, waste management and disposal, waste water discharges, storm water discharges, reporting the release of toxic chemical use and disposition, hazardous chemical storage, oil spill prevention, controlling the manufacturing and importation of toxic chemicals, accidental spill release reporting, and response and cleanup of contaminated property.
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Published on Tuesday, June 21, 2011 (updated 05/30/2014)