PA officials said Thursday that $340 million in federal disaster-relief funds will be available to New York communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.
New rankings show that Philadelphia’s quest to go green is headed in the right direction.
If you’ve filled up your tank lately, you don’t need us to tell you that gas prices are back on the rise. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice for dealing with the latest squeeze at the pump.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Several organizations are asking that families with young children get their homes tested for lead.
Those vapor recovery systems at gas stations in Philadelphia and the suburbs may soon go by the wayside.
The EPA is considering more protective limits of particle pollution from 15 down to 12 or 13 micrograms per cubic meter.
More than 1.7 million Pennsylvania electricity customers have shopped for a better, or greener deal.
The Phillies hosted the announcement at Citizens Bank Park by EPA regional administrator Shawn Garvin.
Experts say it’s going to potentially be one the most severe flea and tick summers in some time due to the mild winter.
Maybe you’ve heard of a carbon footprint, that is, how much carbon dioxide is released producing this or doing that. But there’s on another sort of footprint making a splash — a water footprint.
Chris reviews the arguments before the Supreme Court yesterday focusing the mandate in the Affordable Healthcare Act requiring eveyone to purchase health insurance. He talks to former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about his support for Mitt Romney for President, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine, and J.L.Cauvinto and Kevin Israel about their show tonight at Helium Comedy Club.
“I want it cleaned up,” says Riverside resident Bob Grab, referring to the old Zurbrugg Hospital site. He can see from his home what’s left of the tattered and shredded tarps that barely cover the piles of construction debris, portions of which the EPA says contain asbestos.
Opponents of natural gas drilling in Northeastern Pennsylvania came to Philadelphia on Friday, demanding that the EPA administrator order fresh water deliveries to their town.