Geoffrey Grubbs worked at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from its beginnings in 1972. Grubbs worked on rule-making, including on asbestos, metal smelting, pesticides, and more. He discusses the importance of people in the EPA, and the various Presidential transitions over his 30-year career at the agency.
ETM SBU 024, interview by Katherine Kulik (Environmental Data & Governance Initiative, 2020).
Environmental Data & Governance Initiative Oral History Project