|Air Pollution Prevention & Control Division (APPCD)|
Researches, develops, and demonstrates air pollution prevention and control technologies for manufacturing and processing industries, power plants, incinerators, indoor environments, and sources of greenhouse gases.
|Council for Regulatory Environmental Modeling|
Information on models including a knowledge base and documents related to the Council.
|Environmental Technology Verification Program|
Data on the performance of innovative technologies intended to solve a wide range of pollution problems.
|EPA Office of Research and Development|
Scientific and technological arm of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. ORD is organized around a basic strategy of risk assessment and risk management to remediate environmental and human health problems.
|EPA Science Inventory|
An EPA catalog with thousands of science activities such as research, technical assistance and assessments, along with more than 750 peer-reviewed products.
|Integrated Risk Information System|
IRIS is an EPA database of human health effects that may result from exposure to various substances found in the environment.
|National Center for Environmental Assessment (U.S. EPA)|
NCEA is EPA's national resource center for the overall process of human health and ecological risk assessments; the integration of hazard, dose-response, and exposure data and models to produce risk characterizations.
|National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL)|
Conducts and sponsors studies and provides information on stressor sources; pollutant transport, transformations and exposure; and source-to receptor predictive exposure models for environmental stressors.
|National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL)|
EPA's focal point for scientific research on the effects of contaminants and environmental stressors on human health and ecosystem integrity.
|National Risk Management Research Laboratory|
NRMRL conducts research into ways to prevent and reduce risks from pollution that threaten human health and the environment.