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EPAEnvironmental Protection Agency (US; Denmark)
EPAEconomic Partnership Agreement
EPAEnvironmental Protection Act (UK)
EPAEnvironment Protection Authority
EPAEnergy Policy Act of 2005
EPAEast Palo Alto (California)
EPAEqual Pay Act
EPAEnvironmental Protection Administration (Taiwan)
EPAEicosapentaenoic Acid (essential fatty acid)
EPAEuropean Pressphoto Agency
EPAEncuesta de Población Activa (Spain)
EPAEnduring Power of Attorney
EPAExport Promotion Agency (various locations)
EPAEuropäisches Patentamt (European Patent Office)
EPAEducational Policy and Administration (various schools)
EPAEntreprendre pour Apprendre (French business school)
EPAÉtablissement Public Administratif (French: Public Administrative Establishment)
EPAEfficiency and Productivity Analysis
EPAEnergie Prestatie Advies (Dutch: Energy Performance Advice)
EPAEcole des Pupilles de l'Air (French flight school)
EPAElectronic Parking Assist
EPAEnvironmental Protection Agency
EPAEnhanced Parking Assist
EPAEuronext Paris
EPAEconomic Price Adjustment
EPAEducation Program Assistant
EPAElectrónica Panamericana (Guatemala)
EPAEnd Point Adjustment (radio control transmitter)
EPAElectricity Purchase Agreement (various locations)
EPAEnglish Pool Association
EPAÉtablissement Public d'Aménagement (French: Public Planning Establishment)
EPAEthernet for Plant Automation
EPAÉtablissement Public à Caractère Administratif (French: Public Institution of an Administrative Nature; corporate structure)
EPAEffective Project Approval (Canada)
EPAÉcole du Patrimoine Africain (French: School of African Heritage)
EPAEffective Projected Area
EPAEconomic Planning Agency (Japan)
EPAEstudiantes por la Autonomía (Spanish: Students for Autonomy)
EPAEastern Psychological Association (Piscataway, NJ)
EPAEuropean Parents Association
EPAÉcole Polytechnique d'Assurances (French: Polytechnic School of Insurance)
EPAElevated Protease Activity (wounds)
EPAEuropean Patent Attorney
EPAElectrostatic Protected Area
EPAExcellence in Practice Award (European Conference on Operational Research)
EPAEuropean Parking Association
EPAEuropean Photochemistry Association
EPAEdmonton Police Association (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
EPAEssex Police Authority (UK)
EPAEthiopian Privatization Agency
EPAEducational Paperback Association
EPAEconomics and Public Affairs
EPAEnhanced Performance Architecture
EPAEnergy Poverty Action (joint initiative)
EPAEinmannpackung (German army one-person food ration)
EPAEducational Programs Abroad
EPAEastern Planning Area
EPAExtension Planning Area
EPAEuropean Productivity Agency
EPAEducational Partnership Agreement
EPAEvasion Plan of Action (combat search and rescue)
EPAEight Party Alliance (Nepal)
EPAElectron Positron Accumulator
EPAEmail Protection Agency (EarthLink)
EPAEntretien Physique pour Adultes (French sports club)
EPAEthyl Phosphonic Acid
EPAEquilibrium Point Analysis
EPAEmergency Preparedness Analysis
EPAExtended Planning Annex
EPAEnhetsprisaktiebolaget (former Swedish department store)
EPAEquity Principal Audition
EPAEuropean Part Approval (aviation safety)
EPAEnergetic Particle Analyzer
EPAEuropäische Presse Agentur (European news agency)
EPAElectronic Purchasing Agreement
EPAElites Per Acre (gaming)
EPAEnvironmental Prediction Assessment
EPAExcellent Paper Award
EPAError-Prone Abbreviation
EPAEnd Point Analyzer
EPAError Performance Analysis
EPAEffort Produces Achievement (education; Pennsylvania)
EPAEmergency Program Action
EPAExoatmospheric Penetration Aid
EPAEmergency Power Addition
EPAEstimated Position Arc
EPAExtended Planning Agency
EPAEnosi Polyteknon Athinon (Athens Union of People Who Have Many Children)
EPAEinheits Preis AG
EPAEnlisted Program Authorization (US DoD)
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The EPA has concluded that such recordkeeping is more important than using a sticker that will ultimately be shredded along with the appliance.
According to experts, the reason the EPA has misrepresented dioxin's link to cancer lies in the agency's dogmatic and unscientific manner of reasoning.
Last year, regional-library staff conducted some 85,000 data searches on behalf of EPA staff.
The proposed rule does not require EPA be notified prior to beginning all renovation jobs, but requests comment about whether or not they should.
Almost completely unrelated to oil and gas or electrical power, the EPA '05 also includes a change to the taxation of Sec.
The FDA and the EPA are in agreement with each other in their co-authored methyl mercury advisory from March 2004.
Among the coalition's most startling statistics is the EPNs own calculation that a child continuously exposed to the soil around a utility pole treated with penta has a 220 times greater chance of getting cancer than levels deemed acceptable by the EPA. Another study concluded that workers who apply grease to utility poles (a penta process recently outlawed) have a 3.4 in one (or 340 percent) chance of getting cancer.
In addition to cleanup costs, there's a growing trend among the EPA and other governmental agencies to pursue "Natural Resource Damage" claims, which can double remediation costs.
Most of those dying from respiratory and cardiac ailments triggered by soot don't just die a few hours or a day earlier than they would have otherwise; the EPA projects that the average victim has 14 years knocked off his or her life.
"As part of the agreement, Demolition Contractors will protect the health of its neighbors by improving dust control at its c0ncrete crushing plant in Walker, Mich.," says EPA Region 5 administrator Thomas Skinner.
"We heard from industry," says a former EPA official who declines to be named.