EPA.gov is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Visit EPA.gov for federal environmental information
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency develops and enforces regulations to:
- Protect people from environmental hazards in the workplace, home and public spaces
- Promote consideration of natural resources and ecological diversity in forming U.S. policies on trade, energy, transportation, economic growth, industry, agriculture and human health
EPA.gov offers a complete description of its mission and activities on the site.
EPA.gov keeps you up to date on the US government's environmental policies
The Environmental Protection Agency was established in 1970 to protect human health and the environment. Visitors to the EPA.gov site can view the EPA's strategic plan, annual report and policy resources.
The EPA is a federal agency employing approximately 18,000 people across the country. The headquarters are located in Washington, D.C. and there are many regional offices throughout the nation. Contact information for each regional office is easily available.
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- (202) 272-0167
Address for EPA.gov
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Ariel Rios Building
- 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
- Washington, DC 20460