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EPA has lowered the screening level for lead in soil – here’s what that could mean for households across the US


Early in 2024, the ... of lead exposure for children. This new level is not a cleanup standard; it’s a threshold at which the EPA will make site-specific decisions about how to protect people ... Read More

Study: 1 in 4 U.S. yards have unsafe levels of lead


The yards of 1 in every 4 U.S. households have soil ... especially for children. Advertisement For years, the EPA had set a level of 400 ppm of lead in soil, but in January it lowered that ... Read More

Chapel Hill closes area after finding lead, petroleum in park soil. Playground is open.


Carrasquillo said decades before the town acquired the property, the closed-off portion of the park was used as a dumping ground. The consultant discovered three fuel tanks and trash heaps on the site ... Read More

Scientist 'Shocked' by Lead Levels in American Backyards


A shocking number of U.S. households ... safe by the EPA. jarun011/Getty Lead is a toxic heavy metal that poses significant health risks, particularly to vulnerable people like children and ... Read More

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Households Could Have Dangerous Levels of Lead Lurking in Their Soil


A new study finds nearly a quarter of American households may have high levels of lead in their outdoor yards. Here's how to find out if your yard has high lead levels and what steps you can take if ... Read More

EPA Announces Millions to Help Protect Beachgoers


The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a $9.75 million ... They also have to have a water quality standards program in place, with monitoring, assessing and notifying standards ... Read More

EPA sued by consumer, manufacturing, agricultural coalitions over new vehicle emissions standards


EXCLUSIVE: In a strike against the latest EPA regulations, a unified front of three powerful coalitions is set to launch a legal juggernaut, representing 30 petitioners, on Thursday. The legal ... Read More

TikTok accused of breaking US law designed to protect children’s privacy


TikTok is now facing new allegations of breaking a law designed to protect the privacy of children ... in the U.S. if it does not find a new owner. Click here to download our free news, weather ... Read More

Biden proposes new rule to protect 36 million workers from extreme heat


WASHINGTON -- President Joe Biden on Tuesday proposed a new rule to address excessive heat in the workplace, warning — as tens of millions of people in the U.S. are under heat advisories — that high ... Read More

EPA has lowered the screening level for lead in soil – here’s what that could mean for households across the US


Early in 2024, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... and use of lead in the 1970s, the share of children in the U.S. who are considered lead-affected, based on current standards, has ... Read More

EPA has lowered the screening level for lead in soil: Here's what that could mean for households across the US


Early in 2024, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... and use of lead in the 1970s, the share of children in the U.S. who are considered lead-affected, based on current standards, has ... Read More


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