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Our proposed regulations are almost always open to the public for comment, typically for 30-90 days after the date of publication in the Federal Register. You can comment on them in several ways; each rule tells you how in its "Addresses" section. You can also learn more about commenting on our "Get Involved with EPA Regulations" page.
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To locate a specific employee, use the form below. Only the "Last Name" box must be filled in to generate search results.
Our librarians can help you get information about the environment and related scientific, technical, management, and policy information. Learn about the services of the EPA National Library Network and perform a quick search of our library collections
- A-Z index of terms and topics
- Web archive
- Hotlines for specific environmental topics
- your environment by ZIP code
- publications in the National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP) catalog or order publications online
- science activities and scientific and technical products conducted by EPA and through EPA-funded assistance agreements in the Science Inventory.
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