The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has launched a study of the potential economic impact forthcoming regulations that require shipping vessels to burn cleaner fuel might have on other transportation sectors, including trucking.
The end of Scott Pruitt’s run as head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was announced July 5, and has members of Congress and stakeholders already focusing on his successor. EPA deputy administrator Andrew Wheeler was tapped to take on the role of acting chief starting July 9.
Scott Pruitt has resigned as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency after a deluge of damaging revelations about his spending, travel and a condo rental that prompted Republican lawmakers to distance themselves and question his continued effectiveness.July 5, 2018
The EPA has notified the Office of Management and Budget the agency intends to issue a proposed rule repealing the greenhouse gas Phase 2 emissions requirement for glider vehicles, glider engines and glider kits.
A report by the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative, a nonprofit that tracks governmental and scientific websites, made public last month documented scores of EPA changes made on the SmartWay site.
Officials in Wyoming are receiving a boost in their ongoing efforts to clean petroleum seeping from their underground storage tanks.
WASHINGTON —Attorneys for Daimler Trucks North America and Volvo group today asked a federal appeals court to throw out an Environmental Protection Agency rule that allowed Navistar Inc. to pay “nonconformance penalties” for engines that failed to meet 2010 federal emissions standards for nitrogen oxide compounds.
The Environmental Protection Agency honored 55 freight transportation companies Oct. 22 for their achievements in reducing carbon pollution and other harmful emissions.October 22, 2013
Lisa Jackson will step down soon as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency after four years that included the development of the first greenhouse-gas standards for heavy-duty trucks.January 7, 2013
Ineffective oversight of the federal diesel emissions reduction grant program by the Environmental Protection Agency may have caused EPA to overstate the environmental benefits of the program, according to a new audit by the agency’s inspector general.March 28, 2011