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EPA in Mississippi
- Turkey Creek Greenway Project, Gulfport, Mississippi
- The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards in your state
- The Clean Air Act in your state
- Mississippi Drinking Water
- Beach Data by County
- Gulf of Mexico Program
- BP Oil Spill
- Air Quality State Implementation Plan
Obama Administration Selects Itta Bena and Clarksdale, Mississippi to Develop Local Food Projects, Encourage Economic Expansion/ Local Foods, Local Places Initiative encourages creative economic development in 26 communities in 19 states.
- Superfund Site Information
- RCRA Corrective Actions
- Municipal Government Toolkit
- Underground Storage Tank Toolkit
- Sustainable Design and Green Buildings Toolkit
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- Air Permits
- Air Toxics
- Priority Watersheds
- Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs)
Flood Water Precautions
EPA cautions the public and all responders about the potential hazards of flood waters.
Every effort should be made to limit contact with flood water due to potentially elevated levels of contamination associated with raw sewage and other hazardous substances.
More on sanitation and hygiene after a flood, from CDC.
Mississippi is part of EPA's Region 4
About Region 4