Proposed Rule Change Worries Some About Radiation RegulationExperts worry that the Environmental Protection Agency is planning changes in regulations that could lead to higher levels of radiation exposure for people on the job and others who come into contact with radiation.
EPA Assessing Vulnerability Of At Least 9 Toxic Sites In Florence's Projected PathHurricane Florence, with its strong winds and massive storm surge, threatens to release toxic chemicals from hazardous waste sites
Plum Residents Sound Off Over Plan To Inject Fracking Wastewater UndergroundPeople angry over a proposal to inject fracking wastewater underground in Plum Borough sounded off Wednesday.
Company’s Plan For Disposing Of Fracking Wastewater Is Causing Community ConcernsThe Environmental Protection Agency is planning a public hearing next week on plans to inject fracking wastewater into a gas well in Plum.
More Advocates Sue EPA Over Lake Erie's Toxic Algae ProblemEnvironmental advocates have filed a second federal lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over whether enough is being done to address the toxic algae problem in western Lake Erie.
EPA Administrator Pledges EPA Will Help Protect American JobsWhen it comes to the nexus of a clean environment and jobs in industries once known for pollution, Pittsburgh is ground zero.
New Head Of EPA Meets With Western Pa. Miners, Promises Bright FutureMiners at Consol's Harvey Mine in Greene County gathered before and after their shifts awaiting the arrival of Scott Pruitt
Consumer Reports: Clothing Claims To Ward Off MosquitoesManufacturers of special permethrin-treated clothing promise it will protect you from mosquitoes.
Report: More Than 100 Pennsylvania Water Systems Topped Lead LimitAn Associated Press analysis of Environmental Protection Agency data shows more than 100 water systems serving nearly 50,000 Pennsylvania residents have exceeded the federal lead standard at least once in the past three years.
City & County Reach Compromise With EPA On Big Sewage FixCities around the country are boring underground to build tunnels like the ones underneath Washington DC, but they're not for new subways.
City, County Submit Appeal To EPA Over Underground Tunnel Sewage System FixEvery time it rains, our old sewage system gets overloaded, and a combined overflow of raw sewage and rain water pours into our rivers and streams. A total of 10 billion gallons a year.
Consol Energy Says Its Airport Fracking Exceeds Environmental StandardsWhen it comes to drilling for natural gas at the Pittsburgh International Airport, Consol Energy officials say no one in the nation is fracking with their level of environmental protection.