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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Here you will find contacts and resources that help small businesses businesses comply with EPA regulations.

Compliance Contacts

Contact the following individual to get help complying with EPA regulations:

Joan B. Rogers
EPA Asbestos and Small Business Ombudsman
Phone: 202-564-6568
Hotline: 1-800-368-5888
TTY/TTD: 202-566-2827
joan.rogers@epa.gov

Compliance Resources - By Office

The following agencies and offices provide compliance resources for small businesses:

Resources By Industry

  • Retail Industry Portal
    Provides compliance and sustainability resources for retail businesses to help meet regulatory obligations and reduce environmental impacts, this includes freight transportation, waste management, product selection, facility management and construction of new facilities.

Office of Air and Radiation

  • Ozone Depletion: Recordkeeping and Reporting
    This Web site provides the record keeping and reporting forms for producers, importers and exporters of class I and class II ozone depleting substances.
  • Highway Motorcycle Compliance
    Road motorcycle air pollutiion compliance
  • Fleet Assessment
    Voluntary diesel retrofit program
  • Partnerships: Freight Carriers Shippers
    SmartWay Transport Partners: improve fuel efficiency and that improves the bottom line; reduce their environmental footprint-- and that earns the respect of customers; reduce energy consumption and that improves national security; demonstrate corporate citizenship and that earns distinction and recognition.
  • National Clean Diesel Campaign: Compliance Help
    On this Web page, you will find information to assist the regulated community in complying with the 2007 Highway Diesel Rule and the Nonroad Diesel Rule
  • Nonroad Diesel Equipment
    Provides background information on air pollution from nonroad engines and EPA actions to address nonroad diesel emissions.
  • Tier 2 Compliance Help
    Tier 2 Vehicle and Gasoline Sulfur Program
  • Laws We Use: Defining EPA's Radiation Protection Responsibilities
    This Web site provides general summaries of laws governing the management of radioactive materials and links to the laws and related regulations.
  • The Phaseout of Methyl Bromide
    This Web site provides information on the phaseout of Methyl Bromide and allowable exemptions.
  • Rad NESHAPs
    These pages give access to scientific information about radiation, radioactivity, and radiation protection. Also, it provides information about national emission standards for radon emissions.
  • Radiation Risk Assessment
    This Website proivdes information that will help those working with the Federal government in conducting radiation risk assessments.
  • Radiation - Federal Guidance
    This site provides information for businesses working with the Federal government in conducting risk assessments.
  • Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials
    This Web site provides information on Technologically Enhanced, Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (TENORM). TENORM is produced when activities such as uranium mining, or sewage sludge treatment, concentrate or expose naturally occurring radioactive materials that occur naturally in ores, soils, water, or other natural materials.
  • Radiation Visitors' Center
    These pages give access to scientific information about radiation, radioactivity, and radiation protection.
  • Radiation - Mixed Waste
    This site provides information for businesses working with the Federal government in conducting risk assessments.

Office of Pesticide Programs

Office of Water

Office of Wastewater Management

Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance