The EPA looks to fix its fuel economy labeling guidelines in wake of the recent issue around errors in the Ford C-MAX Hybrid ratings.
The EPA’s Small Business Innovation Research program is using $2 million in funding to help small businesses develop technologies for the environment.
Kia and Hyundai are making adjustments to their fuel economy consumer reporting information on a range of cars, including some hybrids, after an EPA investigation.
In Pennsylvania, the EPA has cracked down on 70 mobile home parks with environmental and drinking water violations, and in doing so, seeks to send a message.
The EPA’s 2012 Renewable Fuel Standards indicate that the amount of cellulosic biofuels in the U.S. fuel mix will once again fall short of original projections.
The pro-environment coalition Ceres and the Institute of Clean Air Companies say tougher EPA standards on carbon emissions will be a big job creator.
The EPA might be reviled by Republicans, but the U.S. Army thinks highly enough of the agency to form a partnership to enhance its “Net Zero” initiative.
The EPA and General Services Administration are challenging federal buildings in the New England region to reduce the environmental impact of operations.
The EPA’s 11th Annual Green Power Leadership Awards have a bicoastal flavor, with Portland and Washington, D.C., both winning the community of the year prize.
Nine million gallons of toxic crud went into Price’s Pit Landfill in New Jersey, but the EPA has its eye on it for a possible solar power installation.
The EPA and the National Renewable Energy Lab will evaluate 26 contaminated U.S. sites to assess their feasibility for clean energy projects.