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Letter to EPA on Standards for Existing Gas Plants

Letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) signed by PSR and partner groups, with recommendations for comprehensive pollution standards for existing gas plants, emphasizing climate impacts and environmental justice.

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Comments to EPA on Existing Gas Plant Pollution

Comments submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by PSR and other health groups, on a proposed rule addressing emissions from existing gas-fired power plants.


Health organizations comment on PHMSA hydrogen blending information collection proposal

Comments submitted by PSR and partner groups to the Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), urging public oversight for hydrogen blending and pipelines, which pose a safety risk to…

Letter Opposing HR 6285

PSR and partner organizations signed this letter to Congress urging them to vote no on H.R. 6285, which would reverse protections for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Fracking With Forever Chemicals In West Virginia

Fracking with “Forever Chemicals” in West Virginia

Information unearthed and analyzed by PSR shows that since 2013, oil and gas companies have hydraulically fractured or “fracked” some West Virginia natural gas wells with a class of extremely toxic and persistent chemicals known as PFAS.

Comments on MERP Waste Emissions Charge

PSR and partner groups submitted comments in support of the EPA’s proposed regulations to implement the Methane Emissions Reduction Program’s Waste Emissions Charge and urged swift finalization of the proposal.

Oregons Hidden Air Pollution Problem

Oregon’s Hidden Air Pollution Problem: Fossil Fuels in Buildings

This report from Oregon PSR highlights the pollution caused by burning fossil fuels for heating and water heating in Oregon homes and buildings.

Comments on Credits for Production of Clean Hydrogen

Letter from PSR and other groups to the IRS opposing loopholes in hydrogen credits that could increase emissions by incentivizing fossil-based hydrogen production.


PSR Comment to Consumer Safety Product Commision on Carbon Monoxide Standards

PSR National mobilized over 100 health professionals to urge the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to adopt newly proposed carbon monoxide (CO) safety standards for residential furnaces and boilers.

Gas Stove Pollution Fact Sheet General Public

Gas Stove Pollution Fact Sheet

Gas stoves produce dangerous amounts of air pollutants. PSR’s fact sheet covers the harms of gas stove pollution and steps to mitigate the impacts.