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About the NewsStand

What is InsideEPA.com's Environmental NewsStand?

The Environmental NewsStand is a pay-per-view service that allows anyone with Internet access and a credit card to purchase, item-by-item, information drawn from InsideEPA.com, the premier environmental online news service. This pay-per-view service includes individual articles, documents, and special features. News articles appear as text files only. Documents will appear in one of three formats: text, Adobe Acrobat (PDF), and Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT).

Note: To view the PDF documents, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded free from the Adobe website. To view the PowerPoint files, you will need a PowerPoint viewer, which can be downloaded free from the Microsoft website.


Select content on specific subjects is also available through subscriptions to one or more of our E-Letters. We currently offer E-Letters covering the regulation of toxics substances, water regulation and California's efforts to regulate carbon and energy. Annual subscriptions begin at just $300 for a single reader. More information can be found here.

Where are the contents of the Environmental NewsStand drawn from?

All the news, documents and archives available for pay-per-view purchase comes from InsideEPA.com, a subscriber-only online news service from the publishers of Inside EPA Weekly Report and eight other nationally known environmental newsletters. A staff of more than 20 environmental reporters comprises the principal source of the information that is now being made available through the pay-per-view alternative.

How can I try the NewsStand?

You can try out the Environmental NewsStand by taking advantage of our "first-download-free"  offer. Simply click on any article or document that you are interested in seeing. You will be asked to complete our registration form, including payment information. Once you are registered, your first download will be free (certain items may not available as free downloads).

What if I want more?

After using your initial free download, additional downloads will be charged to the credit card you provided during registration. Most documents and articles cost $10 apiece -- in every case, the cost of the download will be displayed and you will be asked to confirm the purchase before any charge is incurred. You can visit the NewsStand as often as you like, anytime day or night, entering your unique user name and password. You will never be asked to re-register.

As noted above, individual articles and documents cost $10, unless otherwise noted. Special reports will be individually priced.

Do any restrictions apply once I purchase an article or document?

You have the right to print the article or document. You can save it to your computer. You do not have the right to forward the information to any other computer. And you do not have the right to photocopy any article you have purchased without express permission of the copyright holder, Inside Washington Publishers. Read the terms and conditions for use of the Environmental NewsStand.

What if I lose or forget my password?

Go to the Environmental NewsStand log-in page and click on the "Forgot Password" link. You'll then be asked to submit your user name. Once that's done, you will quickly receive an e-mail with directions on how to recover your password.

What about the privacy of account information?

Inside Washington Publishers privacy policy promises that your account information will be protected. In particular, your charge-card data is used only to bill for the requested subscription or service, and is not stored or used by Inside Washington Publishers for any other purpose.

What if I have questions about the Environmental NewsStand?

If your question is about Environmental NewsStand content, contact Inside Washington Publishers and ask for the pay-per-view service desk.

Phone: 1-800-424-9068 (703-416-8500 in the Washington, DC, area)

Fax: 703-416-8543

E-mail: support@iwpnews.com