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Where can I get publications?

National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP) - EPA's Gateway to Free Digital & Paper Publications

NSCEP is EPA's premier site for accessing EPA publications. You can search and retrieve, download, print and/or order EPA publications free of charge from this site. NSCEP also features useful links to other sources for obtaining publications. A detailed Users Guide is available to assist you with searching and locating the publications you require.

NSCEP: http://www.epa.gov/nscep/
NSCEP Quick Tips: http://www.epa.gov/nscep/quick_tips.html

Additional Resources for obtaining publications:

The EPA National Library Network is composed of libraries and repositories located in the Agency's Headquarters, Regional and Field Offices, Research Centers, and specialized laboratories, as well as web-based access to electronic collections. The EPA National Library Catalog consists of several related databases that comprise the shared library catalog. You can use the Library Catalog to locate books, reports, journals, and audiovisual materials on a variety of topics. Then you can request them from a library. You can locate an EPA Library near you on the EPA Library Services and Repositories page. Materials in the libraries are subject to the use and lending practices of the individual library that holds the item. Some libraries allow direct lending while others may require interlibrary loan, a process where a requestor asks his local library to request the item from the network. If you require an interlibrary loan, please contact your local public, corporate or academic library to arrange for a loan.

The EPA National Library Catalog: http://www2.epa.gov/libraries/catalog 
EPA Library Services and Repositories: http://www2.epa.gov/libraries 


The Information Products Bulletin (IPB) is a joint effort between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS) to inform stakeholders and the public about upcoming significant information products. The IPB is published every four months in April, August, and December on this Web site.

The Information Products Bulletin (IPB): http://www.epa.gov/ipbpages/

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  • Date Created: 6/17/2004
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