EPA Communications Stylebook
Last revised 2009, except as noted
EPA's Office of Public Affairs (OPA) developed this Stylebook in 2008 and published it in early 2009. OPA has no plans to update this Stylebook. All communications products must conform to the guidance included in this edition. For topics or rules not addressed by this Stylebook, consult:
- the AP Stylebook first, and
- the U.S. Government Printing Office Style Manual (PDF) second.