Epa, Protect ThyselfMary Beth Regan
Environmental Protection Agency staffers say they know about indoor air pollution first hand: They kvetch that EPA's Washington headquarters has a lousy ventilation system that makes them sick. So the agency, after two decades at its six-building Waterside Mall complex near the Potomac River, is moving almost a mile away to Pennsylvania Avenue. The exodus, begun recently, is in stages over the next four years as space becomes available.
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