Land Title: Environmental Science: Systems and Solutions, Fourth Edition Authors: Michael I. McKinney, Robert M. Schoch, Logan Yonavjak
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Chapter 14: Principles of Pollution Control, Toxicology, and Risk

This web page directs you to relevant Environmental Protection agency web sites.
Pollution Prevention
Relationships Between Economy and Environmental Pollution Control are discussed in a web site provided by the EPA and NCEE.
National Center for Environmental Economics
From the Toxics Release Inventory, EPA, web site you can get primary information on releases and transfers of toxic materials.
Environmental Protection Agency, Toxics Release Inventory
For general information on toxicology, pesticides, and various environmental health risks, consult the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences home page, a message from the NIEHS Director, and the National Toxicology Program Home Page.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
A number of important studies on risk are being carried out at the Berkeley National Laboratory—you can read about them at the Risk-Related Research at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory web site.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The EPA's Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program has the explicit goal of reducing pesticide use, both in agricultural and nonagricultural settings. To learn how this is being accomplished, explore the program's home page.
The EPA's Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program
For general information on toxicology, pesticides, and various environmental health risks, consult the National Toxicology Program's factsheets.
National Toxicology Program Home Page
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