Progress and challenges: Looking at EPA today

September 1990
EPA Journal;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p15
Reports on the progress and challenges in the Environmental Protection Agency's mission. Includes EPA's programs for the protection of air, water and land; Efforts in the regulation of chemicals; Costs and benefits of EPA programs.


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