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Success Stories Key achievments from across EPA

Use EPA Success Stories to discover and promote the accomplishments of EPA projects.

Find projects

Help us tell our story

Use the project accomplishment summaries in this library for Web articles, social media communications, speeches to external audiences, visits to your office or region from public officals, agency leadership, or others, congressional testimony, and Agency reports.

Available to all EPA employees.

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Easily find what you want.

Search by locality: Region, State, County or City. Or find projects by Date, Program, Recipient or Award Type.

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Create reports.

After narrowing down a list of desired projects, select the ones you are interested in and output as an Excel document — with a single click.

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Accurate and reliable.

All project information is vetted by EPA headquarters offices (OAR, OCSPP, OECA, OSWER, OW), and the 10 regional offices.

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Only the beginning.

We are working continuously to keep the information up-to-date and to make the application valuable and easy to use.

The Project Accomplishments Database

The project summaries available here cover national and state accomplishments in the 9 key areas of EPA's core programs — Air Quality — Water Quality — Drinking Water — Land Cleanup — Hazardous/Solid Waste Management — Pesticides — Toxic Chemicals — Sustainability — and Enforcement.