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When lead was taken out of products like paint and gasoline, levels of the metal in the blood of U.S. children dropped. But the American Academy of Pediatrics says the problem is not over.
Albuquerque University receives $1.5 million to establish Center for Native American Health Research
DALLAS – (May 26, 2015) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are funding research to the University of New Mexico Health ...
EPA Adds Contaminated Site in N. M. to Priorities List
DALLAS – (April 6, 2016) The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) added the Lea and W. Second Street Groundwater Plume site in Roswell, New Mexico, to the National Priorities List (NPL) of Superfund sites ...
University of New Mexico and EPA fight Climate Change
Nationally EPA will provide $8.5 million to 12 universities
DALLAS – (April 7, 2016) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing $335,605 to the University of New Mexico to ...
NIOSH Evaluates IEQ, Health Concerns in an Elementary School
News - OSHA has issued their final Construction Confined Space Standard
The new standard is now longer than the two paragraphs at 29CFR1926.21 b which referenced enclosed spaces but did not give guidance on procedures to follow for construction.
The new standard provides rules for Construction, multi-employer worksites and further defines work for the Owner ...
EPA Proposes to Add Roswell, NM, Groundwater Plume to National Priorities List of
Five hazardous waste sites added, seven proposed nationally
(DALLAS – Sept. 28, 2015) The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed to add the Lea and West Second ...
"Water, water everywhere ..." A popular saying, without a drop of truth for some folks in one beautiful part of our country. Lee Cowan saw firsthand how they struggle to get by when he traveled there for our Sunday Morning Cover Story:
It's easy to miss this corner of the Navajo ...