The history-making amount of funding will support community-based nonprofits, governments, tribes and territories.
Using technology can also help businesses ensure proactive environmental compliance.
The General Mills/Henkel Corp. Superfund site was previously overseen by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
Last month, the EPA announced $53M for air pollution monitoring.
The public can comment on the EPA’s proposed cleanup plan of mercury-contaminated soil at the New Jersey site until December 12.
These devices can decrease emissions, improve air quality and limit global warming.
One year after the PFAS Strategic Roadmap was announced, the EPA is looking back at the progress it’s made.