Environmental Protection Agency

Official Website: https://www.epa.gov/

The Environmental Protection Agency protects people and the environment from significant health risks, sponsors and conducts research, and develops and enforces environmental regulations.

Forms & Documents

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Form Title Topics
2021 INDIPAY English Request Form
2021 INDIPAY Spanish Request Form
424B Assurances - Non Construction Programs
7520-16 (Inventory of injection wells)
Announcement for Webinars on Updated NPDES Application Forms
Annual Reporting Form
Application for an Experimental Use Permit - EPA Form 8570-17
Application for Federal Assistance SF-424
Application for/Notification of State Registration of a Pesticide To Meet a Special Local Need - EPA Form 8570-25
Application for Pesticide Registration / Amendment - EPA Form 8570-1
Assessment Work Plan Template
Budget Information - Non-Construction Programs
Certification for Lobbying
Certification of Attempt to Enter into an Agreement with Registrants for Development of Data - EPA Form 8570-32
Certification of Compliance with Data Gap Procedures - EPA Form 8570-28
Certification with Respect to Citations of Data - EPA Form 8570-34
Class V inventory form wastewater disposal
Cleanup Work Plan Template
Collection of Social Security Number for Payment to Research Volunteers Form
Confidential Statement of Formula - EPA Form 8570-4

Articles & Guides

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Stormwater Pollution Prevention Planning: How The HHS Helps Communities Prevent Water Pollution

Stormwater pollution is a growing issue in the United States. In 2013, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and several agencies launched the national Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP). The SWPPP is a broad program that helps communities across the country prevent water pollution.

The Top Mistakes Companies Make When Creating Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans

Stormwater pollution prevention is essential for companies to consider as they develop plans to control water waste. If they do not have a proper stormwater prevention plan, they risk facing fines and penalties from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Companies often scramble to update their stormwater pollution prevention plans in light of HHS and federal goals.

Contact Information & Office Locations

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Contact Region 1

Phone numbers:
  • (617) 918-1111
  • (888) 372-7341
  • (800) 439-2370 (TTY Call-in Line)

Region 2 - Main Regional Office

290 Broadway
New York, NY 10007-1866

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