35 Burst results for "Environmental Protection Agency"

EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

"The environmental protection agency is sharply limiting domestic production and use of highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used as refrigerants the new rule aims to decrease production and use of hydro fluorocarbons spite eighty five percent over the next fifteen years part of a global phase out hydro fluorocarbons are considered a major driver of global warming thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide the often leaks through pipes or appliances that use compressed refrigerants such as refrigerators and air conditioners White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy says the rule is expected to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of four point five billion metric tons of carbon dioxide by twenty fifty a total similar to three years of emissions from the U. S. power sector Ben Thomas Washington

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Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation

Native America Calling

00:59 min | Last month

Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation

"Federal judge in arizona. Recently struck down trump era water rule which reduced the number of waterways protected under federal regulations and gibson from arizona public media reports the lawsuit against the environmental protection agency was filed by six federally recognized tribes from across the country. Though the biden administration found serious issues with trump's water. It was going to use it until they come up with their own policy since it's been struck down. Protections are back on for ephemeral streams which only flow after rain or snow in arizona. That's over ninety percent of the waterways chairman peter. Upc oh leads. The possibly ocoee tribe in the southern part of the state and this is just one more way of the tries banding together getting the powerful feeling that you can do something about it regardless if it's somebody as high as the president and all that equal pc oh seems hopeful that the ruling will strengthen efforts to protect waters within a proposed coppermine site in southern

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Water's Cheap...Should It Be?

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:54 min | Last month

Water's Cheap...Should It Be?

"Everybody. We are heading back to the bathroom. And that is because flush toilets are responsible for thirty percent of all the water we use in our homes. They are the single biggest water uses in our houses two trillion gallons of water a year. And here i just want to reiterate that the water you used flush. Your toilet is actually clean enough to drink. So we're using the cleanest thing to get rid of the dirtiest thing like this high quality product which is kind of crazy when you think about it. Yes yes. You're getting really big. It's insane. so what's the biggest waste of water in the united states. I would say it's the flush tour. Now i'm gonna become completely unglued. According to the environmental protection agency the average american uses around eighty eight gallons of water per day per person but at the same time we pay listen penny per gallon. Now we're not paying for anything. That's one of the big problems in water. You're not paying anything for war. You may have a bill from a water department or maybe something for your condo. Your apartment association or not mean water is so undervalued. That many places people don't even landlords. Don't even try to collect it from individual units for context. Robert says bobble border can cost up to a thousand times more than tap and fun fact twenty five percent of the time. Bottled water is tap water and to confuse things even more robert says and apartment buildings often. There's just one meter for the whole building so dairy you could turn your tap on and leave it on for like a month and there's another problem even landlord who's paying the ultimate bill. Your landlord is simply paying for the utility to provide clean water. It's the cost of service. There's no premium added for the water itself

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Death Toll Rises After Devastating Haiti Earthquake

Chad Benson Show

00:09 sec | 2 months ago

Death Toll Rises After Devastating Haiti Earthquake

"Counted 248 more dead, bringing the toll to 2100 and 89. The Biden admitted. The Biden Environmental Protection Agency is banning use of chlorpyrifos

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How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 3 months ago

How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool

"Keep our food cool but they can warm. The climate are refrigerators. Can contain very potent greenhouse. Gases called hydrofluorocarbons or. Hfc's for short and these hfc's are often thousands of times more potent than co two when it comes to warming the globe. That's kristen to donio of the institute for governance and sustainable development and environmental group. She's has hfc's are in the coolant and insulation. Used in many refrigerators. They're not a problem at the fridge is working well but at the fridge is not recycled properly. The hfc's can escape into the atmosphere. The environmental protection agency has moved to phase down the manufacturer an import of. Hfc's by twenty thirty six but in the meantime very important that when we are by new refrigerators or recycling. Our old refrigerators that we do that responsibly. To donato's group has made a list of fridge models that use climate-friendly refrigerants instead of hfc's as she suggests bind through a retailer. That will help you safely. Dispose of your old fridge so with careful purchasing consumers can make sure their groceries and the planet stay

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Biden Mileage Rule to Exceed Obama Climate Goal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Mileage Rule to Exceed Obama Climate Goal

"President Biden is proposing tougher vehicle mileage standards to cut greenhouse gases industry and government officials briefed on the plan tell the Associated Press that under the blighted ministration the environmental protection agency and department of transportation are expected to release propose rules that would tighten tail pipe emissions standards rolled back under president trump applying a framework from California the rules would begin with the twenty twenty three car model year and ramp up in twenty twenty five to a bottle error levels above five percent annual increase in the mileage standard they're shooting for forty percent of all new car sales to be electric by twenty thirty the move comes at a time when Americans are buying record numbers of less efficient pickup trucks and SUVs Jennifer king Washington

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Republican Attorney Generals Should Care About What's Happening in Georgia

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Republican Attorney Generals Should Care About What's Happening in Georgia

"Now there's several ways to look at this. First of all new folks can do this yourself. You can look at Massachusetts versus the Environmental Protection Agency. It was a bogus decision of 54 decision. John Paul Stevens wrote the majority decision. It was an outrageous decision. But it gave standing to the state of Massachusetts to sue the EPA. Because Massachusetts basically argued, Look, Pollution doesn't know state lines across the state lines. So what happens in New Hampshire or somewhere else affects us in Massachusetts? So of course we have standing to sue the EPA. And so they said, You know what you do? Which was a Monumentally buffoonish decision, but nonetheless, it's not been overturned. It was done in order to advance the radical agenda. The D growth. And that is something that the Republican legislatures and state attorneys general can now rely on. In joining Georgia, and here's my point. Georgia has made reforms to its voting system actually liberalized that prior to the virus system that was in place. And that what happens in Georgia does affect other states. First of all, they're overlapping provisions. A lot of states that have passed laws or passing laws are doing something similar to what Georgia has like a voting. ID requirement or something of that sort.

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Dismantled EPA Science Advisory Board Reinstated

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Dismantled EPA Science Advisory Board Reinstated

"The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says he is fully reinstated one of two key advisory boards he dismantled earlier this year to push for scientific integrity at the agency. Seven member Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee includes For scientists who have served on the panel, previously two of whom were on the board when it was dismantled in March.

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EPA Proposes Rules to Curb Air Conditioner Emissions

The Ben & Skin Show

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

EPA Proposes Rules to Curb Air Conditioner Emissions

"A much smaller proposal. The Environmental Protection Agency today proposing a rule to slash the use of a potent greenhouse gas commonly used in refrigerators and air conditioners by 85% over the next 15 years, the agency says curbing the use of hydrofluorocarbons would avoid the equivalent of 900 million tons of CEO

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Christine Todd Whitman on Biden's First 100 Days in Office

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:26 min | 6 months ago

Christine Todd Whitman on Biden's First 100 Days in Office

"Marks the first one hundred days in office for us. President joe biden so for the next five days. We'll be looking at some of the issues defined this time in office and hear opinions from across the political spectrum on how he's faring for today's first installment of our series we hear from christine. Todd whitman a former republican governor of new jersey and former head of the environmental protection agency or the epa. Under george w bush. She spoke with monaco's news editor. Chris chuck to offer her impressions of biden's first one hundred days in office and whether she thinks. Republican party is capable of change. Chris began by asking her what she thought of. Joe biden's presidency so far. I very much approve of the cabinet. Appointments he's made the finally a lot of competent people who understand their agencies in their what their portfolios include. I've been very pleased with the people that he has appointed a breadth of his appointments on relative to the environment and integrating environment climate. Change into everything to every and agency. Which is the only way we're going to deal with. This and climate is inability related with. What's happening to us a covert and i think they've done an excellent job in rolling out the vaccines. That's all been good. That part that i think has been less stellar has been dealing with the border because you knew that was going to be a crisis and it would have been helpful if they'd had a little more developed plan to deal with it before he came in because The message had been so negative toward immigrants under the trump administration. You have to believe that. Even if he didn't say anything and he being kept the borders closed there. Were still going to be people who say this another era and i'm desperate to get away from the horror that i live with every day which is absolutely true but as i say i like it as appointments like the fact that he's focused on the vaccines which he has to be to get the economy back. That's the first step the environment is if we don't start to do without intelligently we're going to continue to have these kind of issues plus the fact we know that we are paying billions of dollars every year and damage repair from these storms. That are occurring ever more and with more ferocity because of climate change so that is appropriate. Everything that's happening there. It's just been the border. That's been a bit a stutter. Start to say the least

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Meet the Woman Tasked With Keeping Joe Biden's Climate Promises

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:42 min | 8 months ago

Meet the Woman Tasked With Keeping Joe Biden's Climate Promises

"Our guest today is gina mccarthy. She was the head of the environmental protection agency. Under president obama and until recently was in charge of the national resources. Defense council but now she is america's first national climate adviser gina mccarthy. Welcome to science rules. May i call you gina. You may may. I call you bill please. You're an anthropologist. Is that right and is actually true. Yes that was my first love. I got a degree in social anthropology. I find people fascinating was approaching social and insofar as well. I was interested in the cultural part. What makes people tick. Well you know how they adapt to where they live. And and what makes people think differently about things in this richness about that. That really appealed to minute. Made me understand. And i think better at working in bureaucracies because it unbound you. It makes you think about whole human beings and really relish differences of opinions and in ways of looking at life. And it's one of the most fascinating things it's part of what you realize is so difficult about people is everybody loves change because they want to be better but people also are terrified of change because they might get worse it's the complexity of human beings that makes it really fun. I think there's a slight twinge in the way you speak. Which makes me think that maybe you spent some time massachusetts in fact. I'm pretty sure that you did. In fact spend a lotta time kind of working in the massachusetts government. What was that experience like. And how did that prepare you for the bigger things that you're doing now. Well i if. I say the word cobb and does that really totally give it away to everybody. Yeah because it's it's spelled. C. h. b. o. n. In case anyone wants to look it up. Yeah i worked in massachusetts for about twenty years before. I actually moved to connecticut and now and then i went to a and and honestly it gave me a great foundation because i worked at the local level and then i worked at the state level in massachusetts ended up working between massachusetts connecticut for governors five of them were republicans now arguably republicans in new england different animal than than elsewhere. But it gave me a wonderful opportunity to figure out how i could really make connections with people about the pollution. We were trying to address including carbon pollution so that we can sort of get some shared values. She had interest ways of making progress. And and i find. I just found it fascinating particularly the local level work. 'cause everything's personal at the local level absolutely everything.

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Biden tours Houston after devastating winter storm in Texas

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Biden tours Houston after devastating winter storm in Texas

"Joe Biden is vowing to be a partner with Texans as many make repairs Following to winter storms. Environmental Protection Agency has deployed mobile drinking water labs and Houston San Antonio of Fort Worth to test water so we can get so you get boil water advisories lifted and get safe drinking water flowing through those faucets again while visiting Houston today, the president added. FEMA is also providing blankets to help Texans stay warm. He thanked the military for providing aid in time of need. His last stop of the day was in our Ji Park amass covert vaccination site. Biden says the lone Star state is benefiting from the major expansion of vaccination efforts, millions of dollars and hundreds of vaccinators working in community vaccination centers and three mass vaccination centers and Arlington, Dallas and right here in Houston. The president also noted pop up clinics would be going up in major cities to make sure those who don't have transportation can't get a shot. Biden says Cases and hospitalizations were going down, but expressed concern about new Covad variants across the world.

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Biden environmental challenge: Filling vacant scientist jobs

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Biden environmental challenge: Filling vacant scientist jobs

"Federal data shows the ranks of scientists to carry out environmental research enforcement and other jobs for the government fell sharply under former president trump government scientists say many veteran staffers retired quit or move to other agencies amid pressure from an administration they regarded as hostile to science and beholden to industry hundreds of scientists have left the environmental protection agency the U. S. Geological Survey and the U. S. department of agriculture hampering everything from enforcing rules against polluters to finishing vital climate research the drain poses a challenge for president Biden who must now rebuild a demoralized work force if he's to meet his promises to protect the environment tackle climate change and reduce pollution Ben Thomas Washington

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Federal court strikes down major Trump climate rollback

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Federal court strikes down major Trump climate rollback

"Final Full day in office, A federal appeals court throws out one of his administration's most momentous climate rollbacks, which eased federal regulation of air pollution from power plants. The court, saying the administration acted illegally in issuing the affordable In energy rule and repealing the Obama era clean power plan. The move could clear the way for the Biden administration to more freely regulate power plant emissions, a major source of greenhouse gasses. The Environmental Protection Agency says it's reviewing the decision. Lillian Whoa!

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Federal court strikes down major Trump climate rollback

Larry O'Connor

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Federal court strikes down major Trump climate rollback

"Com Trump Era climate roll back getting rolled back on President Trump's final Full day in office, A federal appeals court throws out one of his administration's most momentous climate rollbacks, which East federal regulation of air pollution from power plants, the court, saying the administration acted alone. Legally in issuing the affordable, clean energy rule and repealing the Obama era clean power plan. The move could clear the way for the Biden administration to more freely regulate power plant emissions, a major source of greenhouse gasses. The Environmental Protection Agency says it's reviewing the

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"In court to investigate emissions related defects quickly and report them to the Environmental Protection Agency in a timely manner. I'm Lisa let Sarah and this is Fox News. Here's your flag forecast. Winter weather advisory will remain in effect for the area until Friday afternoon snow showers tonight with areas of blowing snow during the overnight period and lows in the lower twenties. 12 Northwest Wind gusting up to 45 MPH Snow continues throughout the day on Friday with a high near 26 Those northwest winds continue to gust up to 40. Body on Saturday and high 22. That's a look at your flag. Three day forecast. I'm meteorologist Jake Hoses in ski right now, 31. Life leg listeners. We are showcased floors way have been selling foreign products in the FM and surrounding area for 10, years way believe in getting the right floor in the right place. Don the right way. Our installers are on staff and we love Beautiful Force Way just built the newest foreign strolling in Fargo, come visit us. We're three blocks south of the flying J or check us out at showcase for Fargo, calm Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show that's not immune to the fax with your host, Dan Bongino folks is gonna be one of most important shows we've done in a long time. In a serious of important shows. I've got a couple of things I've got to get out to you today. Number one. We're walking down a dangerous road towards.

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Haaland makes history as Department of the Interior nominee

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Haaland makes history as Department of the Interior nominee

"Elect Joe Biden continues to build what many say is the most diverse Cabinet in American history, said to nominate New Mexico congresswoman Deb Holland to serve as head of the Interior Department. If confirmed, she'd be the first Native American to lead the department that has oversensitive about 1/5 of the nation's land. Including federally controlled tribal areas. A big first there. He's also planning a nominee, Michael Regan, to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. He's currently head of North Carolina's Environmental Protection Department. That would be the first black man to leave that agency.

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Biden announces nominees for climate team

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Biden announces nominees for climate team

"Elect Joe Biden plans to introduce his climate and energy team today. The team's purpose will be to implement the Biden administration's climate objectives and to combat environmental Pollution. Gina McCarthy, the former environmental Protection Agency chief. Under President Obama, will be Biden's national climate adviser and running the team and

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Biden plans to nominate Michael Regan as EPA chief

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Biden plans to nominate Michael Regan as EPA chief

"President Joe Biden has selected former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm, North Carolina environmental regulator Michael Regan at representative Deb Holland of New Mexico to advance his climate policy. If confirmed, Grand Home would be secretary of Energy. Regan, Environmental Protection Agency administrator And Holland, secretary of the interior. If confirmed, Holland would be the first Native American in a U. S. Cabinet Post

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On Lisa Brady Fox News. It's not clear yet just how many government agencies were compromised by a suspected Russian hack attack, But U. S officials are ramping up a warning. Till now, attention has been focused on this system monitoring software that was compromised from solar winds called Orion. But now SIS is saying this afternoon in an alert that that may not be the only way that hackers were getting in. At any rate. They say that this hack poses quote a great Risk to the federal, government and state, local, tribal and territorial governments, as well as critical infrastructure entities and other private sector organizations. OXES John Roberts, Russia has denied involvement. Politico is reporting the agencies that manage the nation's nuclear stockpile may also have been accessed that has not been confirmed. The investigation continues. Meantime, President elect Joe Biden pledging to make cyber security a top priority. To deter such attacks by imposing substantial costs on those responsible. He also remains focused on building an administration, which could include a Cabinet post for a native American congresswoman. Boxes. Jared help Burns Live in Washington. The New Mexico congresswoman Deb Holland, is expected to be named President elect Joe Biden's nominee for interior secretary. The nomination would be historic. Holland, if confirmed, would be the first Native American deleted apartment. It has influence over tribal lands. Holland is a member of the Laguna Pueblo. The Interior Department also has jurisdiction over public lands waterways in national parks and is at the forefront of drilling and oil pipeline decisions. The North Carolina state environmental official, Michael Reagan, is expected to be nominated by the president elect to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. Lisa Thanks, Jared. Meantime, vice President Mike Pence, suggesting defense funding is among the many issues at stake and a pair of Georgia run offs that will decide Role of the U. S. Senate. He's.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WTOP

"That includes current lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, and Senator Jennifer McClellan and Jennifer Carroll Foy, who yesterday resigned her seat in the House of Delegates to campaign for governor full time on the Republican side. Former Virginia House Speaker Kirk Cox is running Republican State Senator Amanda Chase has announced she is running as an independent, and some of those candidates are responding to Mecause announcements. Foy off boy riding on Twitter that she respects the work. Come on Cough is done, but he represents the status quo that has left too many people behind Cox saying in a statement. Virginians face Too many serious challenges for the governorship to be McCall's consolation prize. Military spouses have some new job opportunities thanks to a partnership with the Pentagon and the private sector. Federal News Network Scott Mosconi with that story, 86 New Cos They're joining the Defense Department's military spouse Employment partnership. The induction brings the number of companies and organizations committed to offering career opportunity. To military spouses up to 500 partnership. Employers are responsible for hiring more than 175 military spouses. Since 2011 some of the new inducting include all state and Avion, a health care Last year. MILITARY spousal unemployment was at 22% Scott Mosconi. Federal news Network Well knew this evening, the Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a rule that will change how air quality regulations are evaluated. It's one of several major environmental rollbacks the Trump administration is pushing through before the inauguration. The rule instructs the agency to weigh all the economic costs of curbing an air pollutant but disregard many of the incidental benefits such as illnesses and deaths avoided. The Biden administration is likely to overturn the room. No..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WTOP

"Outside the W T o P studios. It's brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. 1 22 new developments today. Virginia's lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, says he is formally entering next year's race for governor announced today that he was filing candidate paperwork with the state and making plans for campaign kickoff events this weekend. Only the second African American to be elected statewide in Virginia. Fairfax is hoping to follow in the footsteps of the first generation ago, Doug Wilder rose from lieutenant governor to the executive mansion. Fairfax has been lieutenant governor since January of 2018. But then early last year. He was accused by two women of sexually assaulting them in separate incidents in the early two thousand's. He has maintained his innocence and called the allegations a smear campaign. Fairfax will join a crowded Democratic primary field, including former governor Terry McAuliffe and Prince William Delegate Jennifer Carroll Flowing Among Republican state Senator Amanda Chases, the soul declared candidate and former House Speaker Kirk Cox is considering a run. The Environmental Protection Agency is not doing enough to protect the Chesapeake being. That's what D C Maryland and Virginia are claiming, and a lawsuit announced today. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh says Bay Waters used to be overflowing with oysters and fish. But We've abused it. Oysters survive today at 1% or less of their former levels. Move over, harvested some species to extinction and polluting it so badly that many more on the brink. Lawsuit says the A is not requiring Pennsylvania and New York to follow through on plans to restore the baby's Health states. Filing suit warned the EPA in May, but they say the agency never responded. Social distancing works anew. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Study of 1000 Adults shows using public transportation, visiting a place of worship or travelling from the home is associated with a significantly higher likelihood of testing positive. In fact, those reporting frequent public transportation use for more than four times as likely to test positive for Cove. It Coming up next. Wall Street is turned a little lower. Now last call for Capital Lounge. I'm Jeff Blake. It's 1 24. You've got into public service to help citizens not pushed paper all the time. And money that could have been spent serving people is wasted on paperwork. The Fed rant moderate doc, you sign agreement cloud for government. Let's.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Up 69 S and P Up 32 House committee today moved to reverse the Trump administration regulation at the EPA. But some say the limits the scientific evidence available to the agency when it creates policies. It's called officially the strengthening transparency in regulatory science rule offering today's amendment before the House Appropriations Committee Democratic Congressman David Price The amendment would prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from using any funding to enact or enforce their so called strengthening transparency and regulatory science rule First promulgated in 2018 and supplemented in March of this year. This rule would place new crippling limits on much studies. Khun Be utilized when EPA crashed New regulations rules part of a dangerous pattern of attempts by this administration to silence scientists and to throw up Barriers to regulations that benefit the environment on our public health think it's fair to say that science scientists and scientific associations across the country opposed this rule. Even the zone Science Advisory Board opposes the rule, which shows us that it really comes from the agency's political appointees. The rule would be unfeasible to implement and would prevent the inclusion of any studies containing Sensitive health information, proprietary industry data and non producer bubble studies on human made or natural disasters. Which, of course, the data on those things are often non reproducible Congressman David Price during an Appropriations Committee markup. Opposing his amendment. Republican David Joyce. Oppose the gentleman's amendment, which seeks to undermine the administration's efforts to ensure that the regulatory science underlying EPA is actions is fully transparent and publicly available in a manner sufficient for independent validation has taken measures to ensure that the rule protect confidential proprietary and personal information in the agency has provided ample time for the science advisory board members of Congress and other stakeholders to participate in the rulemaking process in way in how this rule can be improved. The agency Committed to addressing many outstanding concerns and comments from the recent comment period as possible as it works to finalize the rule. We should let this rule go through the standard rulemaking process, I.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on AP News

"S. environmental protection agency the revisions of about one mile per gallon cover VW's as well as affiliated brands Audi Porsche and Bentley all are from the twenty thirteen through twenty seventeen model years the EPA said Friday that it investigated the gas cars after finding that V. W. cheated on diesel emissions in twenty fifteen the agency found that transmission software on the gas vehicles made them shift differently during government lab tests on treadmills so they got better mileage and polluted less than when they were on the road the softer was on about one million vehicles but only ninety eight thousand were found to have lower mileage than stated on EPA window stickers after comedian Kevin Hart has been hurt in a crash while riding in a vintage muscle car in California a report from the California highway patrol says heart was a passenger in the nineteen seventy Plymouth barracuda that went off the road in the hills above Malibu and rolled down an embankment early Sunday morning the reports as hard and the driver both suffered major back injuries and were taken to hospitals another passenger a woman only complained of pain the report says the driver was not under the influence of alcohol. Charlie sheen's had a share of ups and downs and says he's now clean and sober he leads today's birthday round up and says he's happy with the decision that was good yes indeed yeah had had to be done had to be done looking had a healthy heart how you doing good I feel good I feel good thank you yeah sheen on extra TV he's fifty four beach boys singer and guitarist al jar dean says he never predicted the more than fifty years of success the groups had and thought he would end up in another profession doing dentistry forestry and medicine when we first started out I thought well this is a one hit deal you know I'll go back to school Giardina on voice of America he seventy seven and after a quick McAllen he's featured in the new season of the Netflix series mine hunter it's about a pair of FBI agents in the late seventies to interview imprisoned serial killers to help solve cases he says it was a radical approach for the bureau at that time there already convicted right the FBI was in the business of arresting you know perpetrators you know not interviewing them to find out why they committed their crimes Kalayaan build he's fifty six and that's our birthday round up for September third I'm Bob Kessler both fire I've Dimmick wire than AP news been a four bodies have been recovered for other spotted near a die both the caught fire and sank early this morning just off the California coast one crew member twenty nine passengers still missing Coast Guard captain Monica Rochester says the search goes on all the way through the night into the morning but I think we all should be prepared to move into the the worst outcome five crew members were rescued.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on AP News

"S. environmental protection agency the revisions of about one mile per gallon cover VW's as well as affiliated brands Audi Porsche and Bentley all are from the twenty thirteen through twenty seventeen model years the EPA said Friday that it investigated the gas cars after finding that V. W. cheated on diesel emissions in twenty fifteen the agency found that transmission software on the gas vehicles made them shift differently during government lab tests on treadmills so they got better mileage and polluted less than when they were on the road the softer was on about one million vehicles but only ninety eight thousand were found to have lower mileage than stated on EPA window stickers food poisoning cases in the U. S. don't appear to be going away any time soon the centers for disease control and prevention says that a new report that several types of food poisoning infections climbs last year but that the increases could be that they're getting better at identifying more cases overall the agency believes food poisoning rates of remains largely unchanged the report is based on ten reports in ten states but it's seen as a national trend indicator it highlights the difficulty in understanding food poisoning because so many cases go unreported diagnostic methods are inconsistent and production practices and eating habits are constantly changing the CDC says it's still working to confirm how many increases in food poisoning cases can be chalked up to a new diagnostic method it noted some results of a newer faster test could be false positives your Chinese are heading to the US on vacation the hippies of Charles de Ledesma reports after more than a decade of rapid growth holiday travel from China has fallen the national travel and tourism board which collects data from US customs forms says travel from China to the U. S. fill five point seven percent in twenty eighteen to two point nine million this is this is the first time since twenty oh three the number slip from the prior year friction between the US and China on trade issues is certainly one reason for the slowdown they all others economic uncertainty in China has trouble is at the low end of the market vacationing closer to home and those who do travel father a seeking how to more exotic destinations like Croatia on the pole I'm Charles of it as much eight I'm to McGuire working Dorian.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Detected them in approximately half the meat and seafood products fuck in chocolate chocolate milk and chocolate cake with ice scene and pineapple and sweet it does not came from fucking pineapple and Diet is supposed to be the major source of exposure for Americans okay so the Environmental Protection Agency has concluded that for the general population the dominant source of exposure is from their diet a. and the F._D._a.. Noted that livestock can accumulate all of these chemicals in their bodies from eating contaminated feed or grazing on field where the Bio solids have been applied so it's so bad that is not only in our food. It's a row in foods food in the God damn ground. Yes and you can't get out of the ground. So if you're a farm is compromised with stuff people can lose their likelihood because people don't want to buy US products anymore it also these chemicals appeared in a majority. The fish tested from hundreds of sites across the U._S. Fish and trust the C._D._C.. So another branch of the government knows that some studies have found that this class of chemicals may start growth and learning and children may affect immune systems may increase the risk of cancer may interfere with hormones including the ability to become pregnant and these chemicals these forever chemicals build up in the body so it's not like a single dose. It's like a heavy metal or like arsenic was ed expression on the poisonous in the dose right yards not a not a single dose. It's it's over a period of time yeah and that it I mean it's all the difference between what is fine and what is poison is how much you consume so it's a steady daddy in ingestion of these chemicals that build up in our body that are causing these problems and the fact that nobody is really testing for them on a major scale and that the government's not regulating are like that they were like there this conference doing a powerpoint presentation tation essentially about like how we've turned food yeah and someone's like this shit is wild and they pull their cell phone out and they did the F._D._A.. To deny it while they didn't speak on it for a while and now the F._D._A. has released a document thing. Those leaks were accurate but it that they don't think it's a big deal. This is sure noble awesome that these levels found do not pose a safety risk for humans and it also said that they don't think this is a safety concern at all for people based on the available all sci. I'll bet that statement they released probably had no one's name attached to it was just like a general like public statement and not signed by anyone. There's no fucking accountability because it's our government yeah. Look up these P._F._A.. Assez says and these forever chemicals to learn more about it because I think this is going to be the new way worse than B._p._a.. And anything like that so this is the first I'm here I think it's going to be our generation's deet chewed so check this shit out. <hes> and you know I gotta wonder like I think that I'm a have healthy skepticism about stuff but there are a lot of people were sort of like overly skeptical about everything and they say like organic over conventional and like you don't Wanna a bunch of pesticides and stuff and your food like I worry that like news like that is serious as it is and and true can feed crazy ass trends like like like the celery juice cleanse my God okay. We've been putting off talking about this for a while mile now. Let's just let's dive into it so by now we've all been exposed to the latest health fad the celery juice cleanse people all over the Internet are drinking celery juice every morning and claiming that it's changing their lives just like those same people said about coconut oil and a few years ago Gee Berries and Turmeric pop palm pomegranate juice. Was it seemed you wheat grass. It's the same shit every couple years <hes> even like one of our business friends last week. I was like walking out and he goes..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He is on the board of directors of the California college of natural medicine as well. Welcome back to coast to coast. His latest book is what's in your blood and why you should care. Interesting topic are all welcome thank Georgia, by the way. I have to tell you my son Evan is an avid listener. So you want me to say Hello to your. He he loves your show. You thank him at night. Appreciate that. Indeed. How many books out now sixty four gosh where was the vitamin bible in that number one? That's what I thought about forty years ago. Updated five times, and that was the first one remember doing the show with you many years ago back in Saint Louis, and that's what puts you on the map that book. That's right. But the welcome back. You know, a lot of people take it for take. For granted. Earl what's in our blood? Why is it so important? Well, let's be realistic. The bloodstream is I like to call it the oil in your car. I'm gonna have to have people will spend anything they have good that while to change the oil when it comes to blood, though, it changes all the time and interesting that the Environmental Protection Agency in two thousand and ten said, there's this is unbelievable. Three point nine seven billion pounds. Of toxic chemicals, or in our environment. Like heavy metal. Right sectocide herbicides prescription drugs. Not Georgia finding that prescription drugs in fish, small flushes through right, exactly. Right. Cosmetic attitudes and all these things can cause headaches fatigue, poor memory pain. Even GI I this discomfort. So we should be very I think interested in what's our blood ended up keeping as healthy as possible. I it seems that Monsanto is getting slapped all over the place with this glyphosate that they had in the roundup weed killer good. We're juries are beginning to say cancer cancer cancer. Should I mean, it's about time? We started realizing these pesticides and resides are everywhere. But it's not only external we'll see what people don't understand is these environmental things are also indoors because we spend most of our time indoors as well as outdoors. But. All I can tell you is if you wanna have a a healthy immune system, which is probably the most important thing for the defense. It's your body's defense against any in the incoming diseases like bacteria things you wanna have a good bus system. Fifty seven years ago, a marine biologist and author by the name of Rachel Carson. She's not with us anymore wrote a book called silent spring where she pointed out that we are being subjected to a number of dangerous chemicals. She was way ahead of the curve. No doubt about it. I remember when I came out as a matter of fact, it was really something that no one talked about George. There's a an island. I supposedly has Perrodin Isla of plastic and other junk in the ocean that is. Cumulated and people say well big deal, the plastic. Well, the plastics even in some of the containers water containers, actually leaches into the water. So you make sure that when you buy any of these Barbara Walters. It is free of these PCB's. The other chemical point we are being bombarded by all these chemical. I tell people go into a grocery store and pick up one of these processed food products and look at twenty or thirty different chemicals. The product have them you can't you can't even pronounce it. You don't understand? So we are being bombarded from infancy, right? Every any every minute with all these toxic chemicals. Hurler we killing ourselves. George. I really feel. We are. And I'll tell you why. I mentioned one of my books called healing with MC BDO then in nineteen thirty seven our government prohibited. The. Basically, the cultivation and growing of hemp. Now, what does that mean? Well, see before that this country. Elaine from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, they grew up, and they said it to their farm animals. So we were getting happen. Could CD in the in the milk from dairy cows. We were getting it from the chickens, livestock and meat and all of a sudden ninety thirty seven boom. It was illegal. What that meant was that I feel we are avid depriving our human diet of this metro product that is makes a difference in the sense that it's calmer. You feel calmer. Fifteen people have problem sleeping shorts. I mean, that's probably your show but keep him awake. In general, we are not a healthy nation. We're way down the list for most countries that really kind of a frightening thing is in the last couple of years are the. Life expectancy drops not very much. But it's dropped the last two years in a row which hasn't happened for. I don't know. Twenty thirty years we've got negative or positive negative positive be negative be positive AB negative positive on both positive negative positive be negative be positive AB negative positive. Why do we have all these different blood type up the carbon dioxide and think it's a little lungs word is it's excreted, mclovin. Which basically. Return, say carbon dioxide and waste products. Back to the lungs maintains the state of the red blood cells white blood cells there the army. They're the front army that any invading bacteria or toxic substance. They go for them. And you you need a lot of healthy white blood cells the counteract the problem, they have these things called platelets. They're tiny disc shaped cells that are freely flowing, but if they get sticky and clump together, and they get near the brain. You have what we call a stroke. That's right or maybe even a heart attack. Right. If you getting here the hard you get a heart attack. So you wanna keep those leaflets freely flowing and healthy? So that's that's what you hear blood. And that's why I think we should become much more aware of it in the different blood types are based on the antigens the immune systems in your blood. Right. Exactly exactly as we go into that in quite a bit of detail about I think what people want to know is what can I do to can you change your blood tactics? Well, they can't use your. Let's I've definitely can help your state of your blood by just doing such things as eating cruciferous vegetables, the diet high in vegetables will definitely help your ear blood plant based diets you can even restrict your calories if people would he just seventy or eighty percent less typical intake, they a lot healthier. They live longer. And of course, I think short term, you could do a juice fast. Some people do it once a week some people do it once a month. But try it because when you do that you are so much more energized. And you sleep better overall feeling of well-being. You say in one thousand nine thirty seven something important happened. What what was that? That was the say that was the unbelievable I call it second probation. You know, the first probation in this country was the second one was against the the hemp basic CBS. That was the year went from nineteen thirty seven to believe it or not two thousand eighteen it was just repealed. The President Trump signed the farm Bill which separated hemp products from before it was considered part of the drug enforcement. I love it. The TA considered a dangerous schedule one drug which is ridiculous because it has no psychoactive. Principals. It's not a habit for me goes and build up in the. And it's been around for eight thousand years with me last year talking about CBD oil, and the fact that it was going to be up and coming thing is gigantic. It's going bizzare ke-. I I think the the whole now is a farm Bill has been passed. You're going to see George I'll make and I think I said this last time was on the show CBD will be the biggest I think supplement the food the twenty first century. I think you're right or how do you ingest it, do you take like a little drops? Or what do you do? Yeah. Comes in a tincture. It's comes I see a little slips they put on the tongue. But the thing is most CBD is not very well absorbed. Wurley in fact, very small percent of it. You're going to absorb so there's a new type of delivery system that's called life goes on. It's a fantasy and some fats to absorb the CBD. So it's circles. Capsule. It's the CBD and also has a. Solution bypasses stomach so that you don't isn't broken up in the stomach and you'll get probably five or ten times the absorption and bioavailability of regular CD. So you're buying CD's. Look and see how it's being processed. And that's what I did. In the book. Healing was hemp CBD. I talked about how to buy CBD as well as what you can do about how to better your George. I think it's so important hold on for a second. Or we're at the break. We'll come.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You tonight for the first couple hours. Dr Irwin Mundell is back with us registered, pharmacists, master, herbalist nutritionist. He's an award winning author of a number of health related books. And Dr Mandel was inducted into the California pharmacists hall of fame back in two thousand seven he was awarded the residents citation for exemplary service from the vaster university in two thousand twelve and presently. He is on the board of directors of the California college of natural medicine as well. Welcome back to coast to coast. His latest book is what's in your blood and why you should care. Interesting topic. Earl welcome. Thank you, George by the way, I have to tell you my son Evan is an avid listener. So he wanted me to say Hello to your. But he loves your show you thank him. And I appreciate that. Indeed. How many books out now sixty four I gosh, where was the vitamin bible in that one? One. About forty years ago updated at five times, and that was the first one remember doing the show with you many years ago back in Saint Louis, and that's what puts you on the map that book. That's right. But the welcome back. You know, a lot of people take it for take. For granted. Earl what's in our blood? Why is it so important? Let's be realistic. The bloodstream is I like to call the oil in your car. You have to have people will spend anything they have good. They'll change the world when it comes to blood, though, it changes all the time and interesting that the Environmental Protection Agency in two thousand ten said, there's this is unbelievable. Three point nine seven billion pounds of toxic chemicals were in our environment like heavy metals. All right. Sectocide herbicides prescription drugs. Leaving Georgia finding that prescription drugs in fish small flushes through right, right because Medica twos, and all these things can cause headaches t poor memory pain, and even gee this discomfort. So we should be very I think interested in what's in our blood and keeping his healthy as possible. I it seems that Monsanto's getting slapped all over the place with this life of state that they had in the roundup weed killer. Good were juries are beginning to say cancer cancer, cancer, good. I mean, it's about time that we started realizing these pesticides, herbicides are everywhere. But it's not only external see what people don't understand is these. Var mental things are also indoors because we spend most of our time indoors as well as outdoors, but I'll I can tell you is if you're gonna have a a healthy immune system, which is probably the most important thing for the defense is a defense against any in incoming diseases like bacteria. Things you wanna have a good plus system fifty seven years ago, a marine biologist and author by the name of Rachel Carson. She's not with us anymore wrote a book called silent spring where she pointed out that we are being subjected to a number of dangerous chemicals. She was way ahead of the curve. Will no doubt about it. I remember when I came out as a matter of fact, it was really something that no one talked about George. There's a an island I supposedly because Rhode Island. I'll just plastic and other junk in the ocean that has accumulated and people say well big deal to the plastic. Well, the plastics even in some of the containers water containers, actually leaches into the water. So you make sure that when you buy any of these Barbara Walters adad Israelis PCB's and all the other chemically point. We are being bombarded by these chemicals. I tell people go into a grocery store and pick up one of these processed food products and look at what twenty or thirty different chemicals the product half of them. You can't you can't even pronounce understand. So we are being bombarded from infancy, right? Every every minute with all these toxic chemicals. Hurler we killing ourselves. I really feel. We are. And I'll tell you why. I mentioned one of my books called healing with him CBD. Well that in nineteen thirty seven our government prohibited. The. Basically the cultivation growing up him. What does that mean? Well, see before that this country away from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, they grew up, and they fed it to their farm animals. So we were getting. The can happen. CBD in the in the milk from dairy cows. We were getting it from the hawks, chickens and livestock in the meats, and all of a sudden 1937, boom. It was illegal. What that meant was that I feel we are depriving our human diet of this natural product that is makes a difference in the sense that it's. Calmer. They feel calmer. Fifteen people have problems sleeping, George. I mean, that's probably a good your show. But keep him awake. In general, we are not a healthy nation. We're way down the list for most countries that really kind of a frightening thing is the last couple of years the life expectancy drops not very much. But it's dropped the last two years in a row which hasn't happened for. I don't know twenty thirty years we've got oh negative or positive negative positive be negative be positive AB negative, positive all these different blood types. Why do we have all these different blood types as humans or humans, and what I do in the book is? As my.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey, let's take some time to talk about something that way too, many people overlook, okay? And that's what's in the air in our homes here. A lot of talk about air pollution and air quality and the environment. Right. But did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency the EPA says that the air in our homes is often more polluted than the air of the largest cities in the United States. And with all the time and energy that we spend trying to clean up the environment to ensure that we're breathing clean air people often ignore their own homes. The air in your own home is where we get exposed to things like molds, and bacteria, and allergens and chemicals. So how does the air in our homes, get polluted? Well, some of the chemicals that we find in our air are from things like cleaning. Products underneath the sink, plastics. Look at all the stuff in your house. That's made a plastic all of that stuff actually off gases or releases chemicals into your air for years. Paints? Everybody's got paint on the wall. Right. That stuff off gases. They've got v o c free paints nowadays, there's glues. There's pressed woods. There's furniture all that stuff made with chemicals in it. Then there are the molds and allergens that come into our homes from outside through doors and windows and unsealed air ducts, and when you go outside mold detaches itself to your clothing, even your pets Kerry, mold spores into the house with them. Okay. And the worst part is that it can. And almost always does grow in our homes and most people don't realize that your air conditioner doesn't bring new air into your house. But then it just constantly recycles. The same old air that's already in your home. That means that if there are chemicals and molds and pollutants in the air. They're going to just keep recirculating unless you have something in place to remove them. They are just magically going to disappear right and the air in your home concert. Regulate over a hundred times per day through your air conditioning system, which means that all of the pollutants just keeps circulating for you. And your family to keep breathing in this can lead to major major health problems over time. I've said it before and I'll say it again, if you don't have a good filter for your air or your air conditioner, you become the filter. So let's focus on the molds and the allergens that are found in the air. Okay. Because the fact of the matter is that it's common for us to find a combination of things in your air conditioner last time. I checked there were twenty two registered strains of mold and while all twenty two are considered allergens, and you can have side effects from them. Right. Seven of them are toxic. Okay. So what are the side effects of breathing mold, obviously, everyone's different? But here's just a fraction of the list of side effects that we're able to find we're talking about things like upset stomachs weight gain fatigue loss of sleep night. Sweats headaches rashes sore throats, coughing iology. There's lots of taste loss of smell auto immune disorders sexual side effects. And let's not forget about depression. People often experience allergy like symptoms, not realizing that the air that they're breathing in their homes is the main problem, so what are people doing to remove these molds allergens from the air that circulating over and over and over again in their home while there are a few different methods. But the one most common method and the most effective is using ultra violet light. Okay. So let's talk about these ultra-violet lights. Have you guys heard about these things? Well, the first guy to have a breakthrough using ultraviolet light was Niels FinCEN back in nineteen. Oh, three and kneels won the Nobel prize for his work using ultraviolet lights to treat to Burke, yellow SIS. And because of Neil Stephenson's work. Ultraviolet light has since become the gold standard, and it's used in many different ways in the medical field. Okay. It's used to sterilize the air and hard surfaces and pretty much every hospital throughout the United States. Ultraviolet light is used to sterilize water. If you have a well, you might actually use it to sterilize the well from bacteria and for the last twenty five years or so ultraviolet light has been used in residential home heating and air conditioning systems why because of ultraviolet lights unbelievable ability to destroy the nasty stuff. We were just talking about things like molds and bacteria that take up residence in your home heating and air conditioning system, and guys mold is bad for you. If you didn't get that from what we were talking about before the Environmental Protection Agency says that if you. Know or suspect that you have mold in your heating and air conditioning system that you shouldn't operate the system. But he's suppose that is. Well, we talked earlier about how your home heating and cooling system. Circulates all the air in your home from Florida ceiling from one end of the house to the other over a hundred times a day. Right. Well, if you have mold in your air conditioning system, the blower, distributes it throughout your entire home. And because we can't see mold spores because their size. We're breathing these spores in and they cause all kinds of quality of life issues. So what's the best way to eliminate the molds and the other garbage from.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey, let's take some time to talk about something that way too, many people overlook, okay? And that's what's in the air in our homes here. A lot of talk about air pollution and air quality and the environment. Right. But did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency the EPA says that the air in our homes is often more polluted than the air of the largest cities in the United States. And with all the time and energy that we spend trying to clean up the environment to ensure that we're breathing clean air people often ignore their own homes. The air in your own home is where we get exposed to things like molds, and bacteria, and allergens and chemicals. So how does the air in our homes, get polluted? Well, some of the chemicals that we find in our air are from things like cleaning. Products underneath the sink, plastics. Look at all the stuff in your house. That's made a plastic all of that stuff actually off gases or releases chemicals into your air for years. Paints? Everybody's got paint on the wall. Right that stuff off gases. That's why they've got v o c free paints nowadays, there's glues. There's pressed woods. There's furniture all that stuff made with chemicals in it. Then there are the molds and allergens that come into our homes from outside through doors and windows and unsealed air ducts, and when you go outside mall detaches itself to your clothing, even your pets carry mold spores into the house with them. Okay. And the worst part is that it can. And almost always does grow in our homes and most people don't realize that your air conditioner doesn't bring new air into your house. But that it just constantly recycles. The same old air that's already in your home. That means that if there are chemicals and molds and pollutants in the air. They're going to just keep recirculating unless you have something in place to remove them. They are just magically going to disappear right and the air in your home concert..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And the show is brought to you by climate control experts. Hey, let's take some time to talk about something that way too, many people overlook, okay? And that's what's in the air in our homes here. A lot of talk about air pollution and air quality and the environment. Right. But did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency the EPA says that the air in our homes is often more polluted than the air of the largest cities in the United States. And with all the time and energy that we spend trying to clean up the environment to ensure that we're breathing clean air people often ignore their own homes. The air in your own home is where we get exposed to things like molds, and bacteria, and allergens and chemicals. So how does the air in our homes, get polluted? Well, some of the chemicals that we find in our air are from things like cleaning. Products underneath the sink, plastics. Look at all the stuff in your house. That's made a plastic all of that stuff actually off gases or releases chemicals into your air for years. Paints? Everybody's got paint on the wall. Right that stuff off gases. That's they've got v o c free paints nowadays, there's glues. There's pressed woods. There's furniture all that stuff made with chemicals in it. Then there are the molds and allergens that come into our homes from outside through doors and windows and unsealed air ducts, and when you go outside mall detaches itself to your clothing, even your pets Kerry, mold spores into the house with them. Okay. And the worst part is that it can. And almost always does grow in our homes and most people don't realize that your air conditioner doesn't bring new air into your house. But that it just constantly recycles. The same old air that's already in your home. That means that if there are chemicals and molds and pollutants in the air. They're going to just keep recirculating unless you have something in place to remove them. They are just magically going to disappear right and the air in your home concert..

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey, let's take some time to talk about something that way too, many people overlook, okay? And that's what's in the air in our homes here. A lot of talk about air pollution and air quality and the environment. Right. But did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency the EPA says that the air in our homes is often more polluted than the air of the largest cities in the United States. And with all the time and energy that we spend trying to clean up the environment to ensure that we're breathing clean air people often ignore their own homes. The air in your own home is where we get exposed to things like molds, and bacteria, and allergens and chemicals. So how does the air in our homes, get polluted? Well, some of the chemicals that we find in our air are from things like cleaning. Products underneath the sink, plastics. Look at all the stuff in your house. That's made a plastic all of that stuff actually off gases or releases chemicals into your air for years. Paints? Everybody's got paint on the wall. Right that stuff off gases. That's our they've got v o c free paints nowadays, there's glues. There's pressed woods. There's furniture all that stuff made with chemicals in it. Then there are the molds and allergens that come into our homes from outside through doors and windows and unsealed air ducts, and when you go outside mold detaches itself to your clothing, even your pets carry mold spores into the house with them. Okay. And the worst part is that it can. And almost always does grow in our homes and most people don't realize that your air conditioner doesn't bring new air into your house. But that it just constantly recycles. The same old air that's already in your home. That means that if there are chemicals and molds and pollutants in the air. They're going to just keep recirculating unless you have something in place to remove them. They are just magically going to disappear right and the air in your home concert. Regulate over a hundred times per day through your air conditioning system, which means that all of.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey, let's take some time to talk about something that way too, many people overlook, okay? And that's what's in the air in our homes here. A lot of talk about air pollution and air quality and the environment. Right. But did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency the EPA says that the air in our homes is often more polluted than the air of the largest cities in the United States. And with all the time and energy that we spend trying to clean up the environment to ensure that we're breathing clean air people often ignore their own homes. The air in your own home is where we get exposed to things like molds, and bacteria, and allergens and chemicals. So how does the air in our homes, get polluted? Well, some of the chemicals that we find in our air are from things like cleaning. Products underneath the sink, plastics. Look at all the stuff in your house. That's made a plastic all of that stuff actually off gases or releases chemicals into your air for years. Paints? Everybody's got paint on the wall. Right that stuff off gases. That's why they've got v o c free paints nowadays, there's glues. There's pressed woods. There's furniture all that stuff made with chemicals in it. Then there are the molds and allergens that come into our homes from outside through doors and windows and unsealed air ducts, and when you go outside mold detaches itself to your clothing, even your pets carry mold spores into the house with them. Okay. And the worst part is that it can. And almost always does grow in our homes and most people don't realize that your air conditioner doesn't bring new air into your house. But that it just constantly recycles. The same old air that's already in your home. That means that if there are chemicals and molds and pollutants in the air. They're going to just keep recirculating unless you have something in place to remove them. They are just magically going to disappear right and the air in your home concert. Regulate over a hundred times per day through your air conditioning system, which means that all of.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Go ahead. Of course, you don't know that I can answer all of these things. I understand me. Let me mention what the Environmental Protection Agency did in twenty fourteen in January of twenty fourteen. They were set to make a final regulation on coal fly ash. This is the toxic waste product of burning coal, and what they surprised everybody by declaring that that was. Solid waste. Not a toxic waste, a solid waste which meant it could be dumped in landfills. It could be dumped in rivers. Why would they do that? Because they're not gonna cause call what is being sprayed in the air. We breathe toxic waste the. That's it appears that virtually all elements of government have been corrupted. This is the deep state to to deceive the public as to what's going on. And the Environmental Protection Agency is no different. Now, I've not sure what you meant about Leonardo DiCaprio are you working with him at all on anything. No, no. I'm not. I I don't know. I don't know. That that he's involved in this. If he is I'd certainly like to hear from you. The. There. I've pretty much working alone with my colleague, my public health. And.

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"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"environmental protection agency" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And the show is brought to you by climate control experts. Hey, let's take some time to talk about something that way too, many people overlook, okay? And that's what's in the air in our homes here. A lot of talk about air pollution and air quality and the environment. Right. But did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency the EPA says that the air in our homes is often more polluted than the air of the largest cities in the United States. And with all the time and energy that we spend trying to clean up the environment to ensure that we're breathing clean air people often ignore their own homes. The air in your own home is where we get exposed to things like molds, and bacteria, and allergens and chemicals. So how does the air in our homes, get polluted? Well, some of the chemicals that we find in our air are from things like cleaning. Products underneath or sink, plastics. Look at all the stuff in your house. That's made a plastic all of that stuff actually off gases or releases chemicals into your air for years. Paints? Everybody's got paint on the wall. Right that stuff off gases. That's why they've got v o c free paints nowadays, there's glues. There's pressed woods. There's furniture all that stuff made with chemicals in it. Then there are the molds and allergens that come into our homes from outside through doors and windows and unsealed air ducts, and when you go outside mold attaching itself to your clothing, even your pets carry mold spores into the house with them. Okay. And the worst part is that it can. And almost always does grow in our homes and most people don't realize that your air conditioner doesn't bring new air into your house. But that it just constantly recycles. The same old air that's already in your home. That means that if there are chemicals and molds and pollutants in the air. They're going to just keep recirculating unless you have something in place to remove them. They are just magically going to disappear right and the air in your home concert..

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