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11/20/1998PA FLORIDA LAB SENTENCED FOR ILLEGAL HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL
11/20/1998PA LOUISIANA WORKERS PLEAD GUILTY TO CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
11/19/1998EPA Schedules Ceremony to Present Brownfields Grant to Brownsville
11/19/1998U.S. EPA CITES OWNERS FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS; 12/22 DEADLINE LOOMS
11/19/1998AVON INVESTIGATION REPORT RELEASED ON TOSCO AVON REFINERY
11/17/1998Awards Presented for Environmental Excellence in Arkansas
11/17/1998U.S. and Mexico Agree to Proceed with Air Pollution Studies
11/17/1998PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY AND TWO SUPERVISORS CHARGED WITH CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
11/17/1998MIANO RECUSES HIMSELF: WATER PERMITS SUPERVISED BY GOVERNOR’S CHIEF OF STAFF
11/17/1998EPA Orders Flushing Business To Remove Hazardous Chemicals From Site Company's Proximity To Residential Areas and Flushing Creek A Main Concern
11/17/1998EPA-New England Administrator John P. DeVillars' Statement on the Resignation of Rhode Island DEM Director Andy McLeod:
11/16/1998SUPERFUND BRIEFLY - WEEKLY REPORT FOR VIRGINIA
11/16/1998EPA PROPOSES $60,000 IN FINES FOR CITY OF BOSTON
11/16/1998PR NEW EPA RIGHT-TO-KNOW INITIATIVE WILL PROVIDE AMERICANS INFORMATION ON MERCURY
11/13/1998PA EPA AND FEDERAL AGENCIES SIGN COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT TO PROTECT DRINKING WATER SOURCES
11/13/1998PA EPA ISSUES REGULATIONS TO MAKE IT EASIER TO TREAT, STORE AND DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS REMEDIATION WASTE
11/13/1998PA OKLAHOMA COMPANIES AND EXECUTIVES INDICTED FOR VIOLATIONS OF CWA AND RCRA
11/13/1998PA MISSOURI COMPANY AND TWO OFFICIALS FINED FOR WATER VIOLATIONS
11/13/1998PA FOUR INDICTED IN OKLAHOMA FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARGES
11/13/1998EPA and District Rise to Drinking Water Challenge
11/13/1998EPA Offers Help in Redeveloping Contaminated Land
11/13/1998U.S. EPA SPONSORS RECYCLED PRODUCTS FAIR IN SAN FRANCISCO
11/13/1998ATTN EDITORS: BROWNFIELDS 98 CONFERENCE BUS TOUR SCHEDULE
11/13/1998U.S.EPA ANNOUNCES BROWNFIELDS 98 CONFERENCE IN LOS ANGELES
11/13/1998STATEMENT FROM EPA SPOKESMAN PEYTON FLEMING REGARDING MA-DEP DECISION
11/12/1998Awards Presented for Environmental Excellence in Louisiana
11/12/1998Buy Recycled Products on ‘America Recycles Day’
11/12/1998Ceremony Set to Present Environmental Excellence Awards to Arkansas Winners
11/12/1998EPA Celebrates National Education Week with a Web Page for Teachers
11/12/1998EPA and Delaware Rise to Drinking Water Challenge
11/12/1998U.S. EPA STOPS SALE OF PRETTY BABY CHINESE CHALK
11/12/1998Green Light Given For Major Test Of Three Options To Clean Sediment From New York-New Jersey Port
11/12/1998EPA Completes Federal Superfund Cleanup At Abandoned Hazardous Waste Site in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
11/12/1998Federal Superfund Begins Cleanup Of Heavy Metals and PCBs At The Pittsburgh Metals Site in Jersey City, New Jersey
11/12/1998EPA OFFERS ASSISTANCE IN REDEVELOPING CONTAMINATED PROPERTIES
11/10/1998PUBLIC MEETINGS 11/23-24 ON U.S. ANIMAL WASTE STRATEGY
11/10/1998U.S.EPA AWARDS $200,000 GRANT TO CITY OF LONG BEACH
11/10/1998Non-Profits in New Jersey Receive Environmental Justice Grants From EPA; Community Groups To Address Urban Issues from Lead Paint to Industrial Toxins
11/10/1998Non-Profits in NYC Receive Environmental Justice Grants From EPA; Community Groups To Address Local Issues from Lead Paint to the Bronx Coastline
11/10/1998NTC MEDIA ADVISORY U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER ADDRESSES BOSTON’S FORD HALL FORUM
11/09/1998In Precedent-Setting Case, Maker of "Antibacterial" Hospital Products Settles With EPA; EPA Warns Consumers of Unsubstantiated Germ-Killing Claims
11/09/1998EPA WELCOMES WEYMOUTH 'PARTNER'
11/09/1998EPA ANNOUNCES $275,000 GRANT TO BOOST WATER MONITORING IN NARRAGANSETT BAY
11/06/1998$145,000 Settlement in West Virginia Shopping Mall Asbestos Case
11/06/1998U.S. EPA WILL PRESENT $200,000 GRANT FOR LONG BEACH BROWNFIELDS
11/06/1998EPA, Corps and Commonwealth Sponsor Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days
11/06/1998PA ELEVEN INDICTED FOR CONSPIRING TO VIOLATE CLEAN WATER LAWS
11/06/1998PA 1998 ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS WINNERS
11/06/1998PA EPA SEEKS COMMENT ON PROPOSED CHEMICAL LIST
FOR WASTE MINIMIZATION EFFORT
11/05/1998Ceremony Set to Present Environmental Excellence Awards to Louisiana Winners
11/05/1998Awards Presented for Environmental Excellence in New Mexico
11/05/1998EPA REIMBURSED FOR CLEANUP AT NOVAK LANDFILL SUPERFUND SITE
11/05/1998CELEBRATE AMERICA RECYCLES DAY ON NOVEMBER 15, 1998
11/05/1998New Jersey Selected By EPA To Develop Model Program For Environmental Justice
11/05/1998EPA Approves New York Plan To Stop Boats From Discharging Sewage in Bay Waters Near East Hampton
11/04/1998Superfund Cleanup Begins at Cameron Parish Site
11/04/1998NTC MEDIA ADVISORY-U.S. ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER ANNOUNCES A NEW, STRENGTHENED FEDERAL ACTION PLAN AIMED AT RESTORING THE CHESAPEAKE BAY REGION
11/03/1998SUPERFUND BRIEFLY - WEEKLY REPORT FOR PENNSYLVANIA
11/03/1998SUPERFUND BRIEFLY - A WEEKLY REPORT FOR DELAWARE
11/03/1998U.S. EPA APPROVES STATE'S LIST OF 472 POLLUTED WATERS; PROPOSES ADDING 37 MORE WATERWAYS TO LIST FOR CLEAN WATER PLANS
11/03/1998U.S.EPA AWARDS $191,371 GRANT TO CITY OF MONTEBELLO
11/03/1998U.S. EPA PROPOSES TO ADD DIOXINS, DDT, DIELDRIN, CHLORDANE IN S.F. BAY TO STATE LIST OF POLLUTANTS; PLUS DIAZINON FOR 35 BAY AREA CREEKS
11/02/1998Louisiana Man Pleads Guilty to CFC Theft
11/02/1998EPA Grant Will Help North Texas Residents Get Environmental Data Easily
11/02/1998BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT HELP JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY
11/02/1998COAL VALLEY MINING, INC. SETTLES CLEAN WATER ACT LAWSUITS INVOLVING W.Va. MINES
10/30/1998PA FORMER PENNSYLVANIA LABORATORY PRESIDENT SENTENCED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
10/30/1998PA WEST VIRGINIA WORKERS INDICTED FOR CLEAN WATER VIOLATIONS
10/30/1998PA WASHINGTON COMPANY OWNER CHARGED IN HAZARDOUS WASTE CASE
10/30/1998PA MONTANA OIL PRODUCTION COMPANY AND ITS PRESIDENT INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL WASTE DISPOSAL
10/30/1998PA EPA REVOKES SEVERAL HUNDRED RESIDUE LIMITS FOR PREVIOUSLY CANCELED PESTICIDE USES
10/30/1998PR EPA ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATORS CONFIRMED FOR AIR WATER, RESEARCH, ADMINISTRATION AND INSPECTOR GENERAL
10/30/1998PA EPA RELEASES REPORT ON U.S. GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
10/30/1998PA EPA ADMINISTRATOR TO DELIVER KEYNOTE AT FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT
10/30/1998PA 17 COMPANIES RECOGNIZED FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
AND GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION MEASURES
10/30/1998PA VICE PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES EPA GRANTS TO LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO ACCESS ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
10/30/1998PA EPA PUBLISHES FRAMEWORK OUTLINING KEY SCIENCE POLICIES FOR FOOD SAFETY LAW
10/30/1998PA ELEVEN CHARGED WITH USING FALSE ASBESTOS CERTIFICATES
10/30/1998Ceremony Set to Present Environmental Excellence Awards to New Mexico Winners
10/30/1998US EPA HOLDS OPEN HOUSE TO DISCUSS SOIL SAMPLING IN MCFARLAND
10/30/1998EPA ISSUES LETTER ON MTBE ISSUE
10/29/1998EPA Seeks $146,850 Penalty: Tacoma Tideflats Firm Issued Complaint For Not Reporting Release of Toxic Gas
10/29/1998CAMPBELL SOUP TO PAY $1,215,000 TO SETTLE ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS
10/29/1998EPA ISSUES INTERIM CLEANUP DECISION FOR BEEDE WASTE OIL SUPERFUND SITE
10/29/1998EPA TO SAMPLE INDOOR AIR FOR POSSIBLE CONTAMINATION
10/29/1998EPA ISSUES FINAL CLEANUP DECISION FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE PLATING COMPANY SUPERFUND SITE
10/28/1998Awards Presented for Environmental Excellence in Oklahoma
10/28/1998Owner of Air Conditioning Company Sentenced for Air Violations
10/27/1998CHICORA MAN IS INSPECTOR OF THE YEAR
10/27/1998Bayer Donates Cleaned-Up Property to City of Damascus
10/27/1998WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON WETLANDS PROTECTION
10/27/1998EPA Signs $7.5 Million "De Minimis" Settlement With 126 Parties
10/26/1998U.S. - Canada Agreement to Streamline Response to Oil Spills Along Boarder
10/26/1998Court Rules Companies Must Pay for Vertac Cleanup
10/26/1998SAN BERNARDINO CELEBRATES GROUNDWATER RESTORATION
10/23/1998PR JUDGE RULES THAT HERCULES AND UNIROYAL
MUST PAY U.S. $102 MILLION FOR SUPERFUND CLEANUP
10/23/1998GUAM POWER AUTHORITY TO PAY $170,000 TO SETTLE POLLUTION CHARGES
10/23/1998STATEMENT FROM JOHN P. DeVILLARS REGARDING RI-DEM/AMERICAN SHIPYARD CASE
10/23/1998PA IOWA COMPANY AND OWNER VIOLATE RCRA LAW
10/23/1998PA ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINES SENTENCED

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