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12/29/1997EPA SEEKS ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE GRANT PROPOSALS, ANNOUNCES GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP
12/24/1997Competition Opens for President's 1998 Environmental Youth Awards
12/22/1997EPA to Test for Toxics in Pocatello
12/22/1997One Year Left to Upgrade Underground Storage Tanks
12/22/1997EPA Region 6 Announces Enforcement Actions for 1997
12/22/1997Underground Tank Owners in New York Have One Year Left To Meet Environmental Regs
12/22/1997Underground Tank Owners in New Jersey Have One Year Left to Meet Environmental Regs
12/22/1997LANDFILL CAP COMPLETED IN SACO, MAINE
12/22/1997PR EPA SETS RECORDS FOR ENFORCEMENT WHILE EXPANDING PROGRAM FOR INDUSTRY TO DISCLOSE AND CORRECT VIOLATIONS
12/19/1997One Year Left to Meet UST Regulations
12/19/1997U.S. EPA AWARDS HAWAII $12.5 MILLION GRANT FOR DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS
12/19/1997PA PENNSYLVANIA DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR CONVICTED
12/19/1997PA CALIFORNIA MAN GET 51 MONTH JAIL TERM
FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE AND WEAPONS CHARGES
12/19/1997PA WASHINGTON OWNER AND OPERATOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAB CHARGED WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE CRIMES
12/19/1997PA FLORIDA MAN AND PENNSYLVANIA MAN INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTES
12/19/1997PA EPA AWARDS GRANTS TO STUDY PFIESTERIA AND OTHER HARMFUL ALGAE
12/19/1997PA NEW EPA WEBSITE HIGHLIGHTS POLLUTION PREVENTION SUCCESS STORIES
12/19/1997PA EPA ESTABLISHES ENFORCEMENT HELPLINE TO PROVIDE ADVICE TO STATES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
12/19/1997PA FORMER OKLAHOMA SHERIFF PLEADS GUILTY TO HAZARDOUS WASTE CRIME
12/19/1997PA EPA FINALIZES DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES EMISSIONS STANDARDS
12/19/1997PA EPA PROPOSES STORM WATER RULES FOR SMALLER CITIES AND CONSTRUCTION SITES
12/19/1997PA WASHINGTON STATE MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FEDERAL AND STATE CHARGES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES
12/19/1997PA EPA, EIGHT NORTHEASTERN STATES SIGN
AGREEMENT ON LONG RANGE TRANSPORT OF AIR POLLUTION
12/19/1997PR EPA RELEASES MERCURY REPORT
12/18/1997Idaho Feedlot Pays $24,000 in Penalties
12/18/1997Albany, Oregon Dairy to Pay $8000 Penalty
12/18/1997American Falls, Idaho Water System Fined
12/18/1997U.S. EPA, STATE PROPOSE ORANGE COUNTY SEWAGE PERMIT RENEWAL
12/17/1997EPA HONORS SANDIA PUEBLO WITH PARTNERSHIP FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE AWARD
12/17/1997CALTRANS AGREES TO PREVENT STORM RUNOFF POLLUTION IN SAN DIEGO
12/16/1997PR EPA TAKES ANOTHER STEP TOWARD POSSIBLE CLEANER CAR
12/16/1997Cleanup Completed at Oil Salvage Site in Rayville
12/16/1997EPA Orders PRASA To Fix Loiza and Torrecillas Pump Stations; Pay 275,000 In Penalties
12/16/1997NTC EPA TAKES ANOTHER STEP TOWARD POSSIBLE CLEANER CAR
12/12/1997PA EPA ISSUES COMPLAINT FOR ILLEGAL CLAIMS THAT PESTICIDE PRODUCT PROTECTS CHILDREN FROM BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
12/12/1997PA EPA AWARDS SIX UTILITIES IN SIX STATES FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION MEASURES ACID RAIN EMISSIONS
12/12/1997PA EPA’s NEW CHEMICALS PROGRAM RECOGNIZED FOR REGULATORY REINVENTION PROJECT
12/12/1997PA CHICAGO MAN SENTENCED FOR PESTICIDE MISUSE
12/12/1997PA TEXAS CHEMICAL COMPANY AND MANAGER PLEAD GUILTY TO ILLEGAL STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS WASTES
12/12/1997PA OIL SPILL NETS JAIL TERM FOR RAILROAD CEO
12/12/1997PA EPA RELEASES DRINKING WATER ADVISORY ON MTBE
12/11/1997SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA SMOG RECLASSIFICATION OFFICIALLY PROPOSED
12/11/1997EPA Joins U.S. Representative LaFalce and Mayor Galie in Niagara Falls, New York For National Brownfields Pilot Project Award
12/11/1997EPA Superfund Removes Huge Drum Stockpile From Chemical Warehouse On Hertel Avenue In Buffalo
12/11/1997EPA WELCOMES NORTHAMPTON 'PARTNER'
12/10/1997Border XXI Meeting Scheduled
12/10/1997PR BROWNER VISITS PHILADELPHIA SITE TO SHOW SUCCESS OF ADMINISTRATION'S SUPERFUND REFORMS
12/09/1997EPA Plans Public Hearings to Receive Oral Testimony on the Agency's Proposed Compliance Certification Decision for the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
12/09/1997EPA Takes Action to Protect Greater Boston's Drinking Water; Pushes for Further Watershed Protection and Filtration Plant
12/09/1997NTC MEDIA ADVISORY-U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO JOIN MAYOR RENDELL TO ANNOUNCE CLEANUP OF PUBLICKER INDUSTRIES TOXIC WASTE SITE
IN PHILADELPHIA, PA.
12/08/1997Federal Officials View Building Demolition At Superfund Site in East Brunswick Prior To New Phase Of Arsenic/Chemical Cleanup
12/08/1997EPA ALLOWS TESTING OF NEW TECHNOLOGY AS ALTERNATIVE TO CAPPING DOVER LANDFILL SUPERFUND SITE
12/05/1997Spokane's Air Quality Gets Serious
12/05/1997PA TEXAS MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ILLEGAL HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE
12/05/1997PA MASSACHUSETTS MAN INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL ASBESTOS REMOVAL
12/05/1997PA ILLINOIS MAN CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL PESTICIDE SALES
12/05/1997PA ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE 1997 SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM AWARDED
12/05/1997PA EPA ANNOUNCES 1998 MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COUNCIL
12/05/1997PA EPA AND GSA WORK TOGETHER ON BROWNFIELDS
12/03/1997NTC MEDIA ADVISORY ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO JOIN SENATORS SARBANES AND MIKULSKI TO ANNOUNCE SAFE DRINKING WATER FUNDS FOR MARYLAND COMMUNITIES
12/03/1997TWO FIRMS TO PAY PENALTIES FOR USING OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES
12/02/1997SANTA BARBARA SMOG RECLASSIFICATION FINAL
12/01/1997FMC Corp. Settles Under-reporting Complaint
12/01/1997EPA To Hold Public Meeting On Plan To Cleanup Sources Of Contamination at Superfund Site in Cortland, New York
11/25/1997Cook Inlet Pipeline Co. Settles Complaint
11/25/1997EPA FINES APACHE NITROGEN $113,325 FOR HAZARDOUS RELEASES
11/25/1997Corrections Agrees To Pay Nearly $500,000 In Penalties For Environmental Violations; Will Spend Over $2.2 Million For Additional Environmental Projects
11/25/1997EPA Cleanup At VandM/Albaladejo Farms in Vega Baja Is Underway
11/25/1997EPA FINES PROVINCETOWN FUEL DISTRIBUTOR NEARLY $34,000
11/25/1997EPA NAMES REGIONAL COUNSEL FOR NEW ENGLAND OFFICE
11/24/1997Evergreen Award for EarthGuard, Inc of Redmond
11/24/1997Major EPA Grant To Prevent Childhood Lead Poisoning Goes To Montefiore Medical Center For Work In Northern Manhattan
11/21/1997U.S. EPA WARNS FUEL TANK OWNERS OF 1998 DEADLINE; CITES EIGHT FOR LEAK DETECTION VIOLATIONS
11/21/1997U.S. EPA PROPOSES TO REMOVE COALINGA MINE FROM SUPERFUND LIST
11/21/1997Golden Books Agrees To Pay Fine For Delay In Complying With EPA Order To Join Cleanup Of Federal Superfund Site in Plattekill, NY
11/21/1997EPA WELCOMES GREENFIELD 'PARTNER'
11/21/1997PA INDIANA MAN CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL SEWAGE DISCHARGE
11/21/1997PA MISSISSIPPI MAN INDICTED FOR DUMPING HAZARDOUS WASTE
11/21/1997PA ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMPIONS AWARDS
11/21/1997PA NOMINATIONS FOR PRESIDENTIAL GREEN CHEMISTRY AWARDS PROGRAM
11/21/1997PA PESTICIDES INDUSTRY SALES AND USAGE ESTIMATES
11/21/1997PA EPA MAKES SAFETY FINDING FOR TEN SYNTHETIC PYRETHROID INSECTICIDES IN LARGEST FQPA EVALUATION SINCE LAW’S INCEPTION
11/21/1997PA EPA DESIGNATES 12 NEW ITEMS AS RECYCLED-CONTENT PRODUCTS FOR FEDERAL PROCUREMENT
11/21/1997PA EPA, USDA SEEK PUBLIC COMMENT ON
VICE PRESIDENT’S CLEAN WATER ACTION PLAN
11/20/1997EPA WELCOMES LINCOLN 'PARTNER'
11/20/1997EPA PROPOSES FINES FOR HOOKSETT, LONDONDERRY COMPANIES
11/20/1997EPA SETTLES WITH CHELSEA COMPANY FOR $17,000, ENVIRONMENTAL UPGRADES
11/19/1997EPA Takes Over Asbestos Inspections in Idaho
11/19/1997AGENCIES CELEBRATE $100,000 GRANT FOR PHOENIX BROWNFIELDS
11/18/1997AGENCIES CELEBRATE $200,000 GRANT FOR SANTA BARBARA BROWNFIELDS
11/17/1997Officials To Open New Environmental Border Outreach Office
11/17/1997EPA Recognizes Carr Production Company's Excellent Compliance Record
11/14/1997Nation's Pulp and Paper Mills to Reduce Pollutants
11/14/1997EPA Regional Administrator to Speak on Global Climate Change
11/14/1997ARIZONA'S CLEAN BURNING GAS IS GETTING EVEN CLEANER
11/14/1997PA WASHINGTON CHEMICAL PLANT OWNER CONVICTED
11/14/1997PA PENNSYLVANIA LABORATORY ADMITS FRAUD
11/14/1997PA NAFTA FOOD RESIDUES SUBCOMMITTEE SEEKS COMMENT ON DRAFT TRADE IRRITANT RESOLUTION PROCEDURES
11/14/1997PA EPA AND REGISTRANT REACH AGREEMENT TO PHASE OUT USE OF RID-A-BIRD PESTICIDE USED TO CONTROL CERTAIN BIRDS
11/14/1997PA SHIPPING COMPANIES PLEAD TO OCEAN DUMPING

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