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10/23/1998PA ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINES SENTENCED
10/23/1998PA HOMELESS MEN USED FOR IMPROPER ASBESTOS REMOVAL
10/23/1998PA EPA TO ANNOUNCE GLOBAL WARMING INITIATIVES AND AWARDS OCT. 23-27
10/23/1998PA FEDERAL OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE NEW TOOLS TO ACCESS FEDERAL REMEDIATION PROJECTS
10/22/1998PR DOJ, EPA ANNOUNCE ONE BILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT WITH DIESEL ENGINE INDUSTRY FOR CLEAN AIR VIOLATIONS
10/22/1998Ceremony Set to Present Environmental Excellence Awards to Oklahoma Winners
10/22/1998Time is Running Out for Upgrading Underground Storage Tanks
10/22/1998Demolition Company and Owner Sentenced for Asbestos Violations in Baltimore
10/22/1998EPA AWARDS BURLINGTON $500,000 FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS
10/22/1998EPA CALLS FOR AIR FORCE TO PROCEED WITH GROUNDWATER PUMP AND TREAT SYSTEM FOR LANDFILL-1; URGES NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE NEGOTIATIONS
10/21/1998Awards Presented for Environmental Excellence in Texas
10/21/1998EPA SEEKS $30,000 PENALTY FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS AT WASTEWATER PLANT IN MONACA BOROUGH
10/21/1998EPA REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR SPEAKS AT STORMWATER MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM TODAY
10/21/1998EPA PROPOSES $170,000 FINE FOR HARTFORD DPW
10/20/1998PUBLIC HEARING SATURDAY ON W. Va. VALLEY FILLS
10/20/1998EPA PROPOSES $20,000 FINE FOR PORTLAND, CT FUEL DISTRIBUTOR
10/20/1998EPA WELCOMES NORWOOD 'PARTNER'
10/20/1998NTC ANNOUNCEMENT OF FOUR NEW COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE CENTERS
10/19/1998Ceremony Set to Present Environmental Excellence Awards to Texas Winners
10/19/1998EPA GIVES PENNSYLVANIA $192,254 TO PROTECT WETLANDS
10/19/1998EPA GIVES VIRGINIA $387,204 TO PROTECT WETLANDS
10/19/1998COOK TO PAY OVER $100K FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATIONS AT CHATHAM, VA PLANT - Company Also Agrees to $50K Study on Further Hazardous Waste Reduction
10/19/1998EPA GIVES DELAWARE $242,288 TO PROTECT WETLANDS
10/19/1998EPA GIVES MARYLAND $452,254 TO PROTECT WETLANDS
10/19/1998EPA WELCOMES PORTLAND 'PARTNER'
10/19/1998EPA WELCOMES HUDSON 'PARTNER'
10/19/1998EPA FINES STOUGHTON ORGANIZATION FOR WETLANDS VIOLATIONS, ISSUES ORDER FOR RESTORATION PROJECT
10/16/1998PR FMC TO PAY LARGEST RCRA SETTLEMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT HISTORY
10/16/1998PR FMC CORPORATION, INC.
10/16/1998FMC To Pay Largest RCRA Settlement in Environmental Enforcement History
10/16/1998EPA CITES ARMY FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATIONS AT WALTER REED MEDICAL CENTER IN DC
10/16/1998GOOD NEWS FOR CHARLES RIVER ROWERS: THE RIVER IS GETTING CLEANER
10/16/1998PA MISSOURI AIRCRAFT REPAIR COMPANY SENTENCED
10/16/1998PA FORMER SHIP’S ENGINEER AWARDED $500,000 IN ALASKA CASE
10/16/1998PA EPA PRESS BRIEFING TO ANNOUNCE FOUR NEW
COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE CENTERS
10/16/1998PA CHRYSLER AND MITSUBISHI VEHICLES RECALLED FOR EMISSION REPAIR
10/16/1998PA ALASKA DRILLING CORPORATION AND EMPLOYEES SENTENCED
10/16/1998PA EPA TAKES ACTION TO REDUCE ACCIDENTAL EXPOSURES TO RAT POISONS; CALLS FOR NOMINATIONS TO ESTABLISH WORKGROUP TO IMPROVE SAFETY OF PRODUCTS
10/16/1998PA EPA PROPOSES TO CHANGE PESTICIDE RESIDUE LIMITS FOR SEVERAL IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FOOD COMMODITIES
10/16/1998PA NEW U.S. CANADA REPORT SHOWS ACID RAIN REDUCTION PROGRESS
10/16/1998PA EPA AND FDA SIGN NOTICE CLARIFYING THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ENSURING THE SAFETY OF ANTIMICROBIAL PRODUCTS
10/15/1998U.S. EPA TO HOST 10/19 CASMALIA COMMUNITY MEETING & POSTER SESSION
10/15/1998CHEVRON RICHMOND REFINERY TO PAY $540,000 ENVIRONMENTAL PENALTY
10/15/1998From Oil Spills To Ice Cubes -- EPA Responds To Hurricane Georges
10/15/1998EPA Deletes Federal Superfund Site Near Sabana Seca From The National List of Hazardous Waste Sites After Cleanup Completed
10/15/1998EPA TO ANNOUNCE SERIES OF ACTIONS REGARDING CHARLES RIVER CLEANUP
10/14/1998EPA Exceeds Regional Goal with 11 Mid-Atlantic Cleanups
10/14/1998NAVAL RESEARCH LAB IN D.C. CITED
10/14/1998U.S. EPA TAKES ACTION AGAINST PHOENIX, FIRMS FOR DUST POLLUTION
10/13/1998U.S. ARMY CITED FOR VIOLATIONS AT FORT BELVOIR
10/13/1998PROPOSED $244,820 PENALTY AGAINST OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL PLANT IN BELLE
10/11/1998EMBARGOED UNTIL 12:01 A.M. OCTOBER 11, 1998
EPA LISTS FUEL EFFICIENCY ESTIMATES FOR NEW CARS
10/09/1998DELAWARE GETS $12.5 MILLION FOR SAFE DRINKING WATER
10/09/1998EPA’s Green Communities Kit Recognized as Outstanding
10/09/1998AGENCIES RELEASE FINAL EIS; CHOOSE PREFERRED PLAN FOR BAY DREDGING
10/09/1998EPA FILES COMPLAINTS, SEEKS FINES FROM OIL FACILITIES ON NAVAJO LANDS
10/09/1998PR VICE PRESIDENT GORE ANNOUNCES PROGRAM TO CLOSE GAP IN PUBLIC’S RIGHT-TO-KNOW ABOUT POTENTIALLY HARMFUL CHEMICALS
10/09/1998PA FLORIDA AUTO SALVAGE COMPANY AND MANAGER PLEAD GUILTY IN WASTE CASE
10/09/1998PA MISSISSIPPI COMPANY INDICTED FOR DUMPING
HAZARDOUS WASTE
10/09/1998PA NINE DEFENDANTS INDICTED FOR ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS
10/09/1998PA FLORIDA COMPANY EXECUTIVE PLEADS GUILTY TO
HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARGES
10/09/1998PA TAMPA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARGES
10/09/1998PA TENNESSEE MAN CONVICTED ON PESTICIDE CHARGES
10/09/1998PA EPA AWARDS DRINKING WATER CAPITALIZATION GRANTS TO STATES UNDER NEW REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM
10/09/1998PA REINVENTION AGREEMENT WILL STREAMLINE PERMITTING AND REPORTING PROCEDURES FOR 5,000 MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESSES
10/09/1998NTC MEDIA ADVISORY U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO GIVE KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTE’S NATIONAL ISSUES FORUM AND SPEAK ON ADMINISTRATION ACTIONS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH WHILE GROWING THE ECONOMY
10/08/1998Lamb-Weston Settles Clean Air Act Complaint
10/08/1998TWO VIRGINIA MEAT PLANTS CITED FOR FAILING TO REPORT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE OFFICIALS
10/08/1998EPA CITES TWO PENNSYLVANIA PLANTS FOR NOT REPORTING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE OFFICIALS
10/08/1998WEST VIRGINIA DAIRY SUED BY EPA
10/08/1998PRESS AVAILABILITY ON LONG-TERM PLAN TO DEAL WITH BAY DREDGE MUD
10/08/1998EPA Grants $500,000 To New York State For Technology Initiative
10/08/1998EPA AND GE FINALIZE DETAILS OF CLEANUP AGREEMENT
10/07/1998EPA to Help Washington Live Up to its Agreement to Restore Water Quality
10/07/1998EPA AWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE GRANT TO TSEIKIIN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
10/07/1998EPA CITES VIRGINIA MANUFACTURER FOR VIOLATING TOXIC CHEMICAL REPORTING LAW
10/07/1998EPA CITES MARYLAND FACILITY FOR VIOLATING TOXIC CHEMICAL REPORTING LAW
10/07/1998CALAVERAS CEMENT TO PAY $222,000 TO SETTLE AIR POLLUTION CASE
10/07/1998EPA Fines Long Island Auto Repair For Violating Safe Drinking Water Act
10/07/1998EPA Helps Put Important Environmental Health Info In Hands of Spanish-Speaking Children; $110,000 Grant To Robert Wood Johnson Medical School To Service New Jersey Students
10/07/1998EPA Orders GE, Unisys and Pridco To Undertake $4.2 Million Cleanup Of Contaminated Soil At Superfund Site in Vega Alta, P.R.
10/07/1998EPA LAUNCHES MERCURY REDUCTION PROGRAM FOR HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN NEW ENGLAND
10/06/1998Clean Air Act Enforcement Inadequate in Idaho, says EPA Inspector General
10/06/1998U.S. and Mexico Release Results of Second Phase River Pollution Study
10/06/1998Oklahoma Site Proposed for National Superfund List
10/06/1998EPA WAIVES PENALTY AFTER AMETEK VOLUNTARILY DISCLOSES TOXIC CHEMICAL REPORTING VIOLATIONS
10/06/1998EPA, COMMONWEALTH LAUNCH NEW ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM
10/06/1998NTC MEDIA ADVISORY U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE GREATER MIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
10/05/1998EPA Earmarks $78.6 Million in FY'98 For Hazardous Waste Cleanup Work At 11 Federal Superfund Site in New Jersey
10/05/1998NTC ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS
10/05/1998NTC MEDIA ADVISORY U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TRAVELS TO MIAMI TO RECEIVE NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY AWARD AND SPEAK ON THE ADMINISTRATION’S ACTIONS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN FLORIDA
10/02/1998Clean Water Act Settlement: ConAgra Agrees to Pay $1 Million Fine, and Make Improvements at Nampa Plant
10/02/1998KISSIMMEE GETS A WATER QUALITY GRANT FROM EPA
10/02/1998NATIONAL ESTUARIES DAY
10/02/1998EPA CHARGES POULTRY AND EGG COMPANIES WITH CLEAN WATER VIOLATIONS
10/02/1998SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 IS NATIONAL ESTUARIES DAY
10/02/1998EPA Selects Cleanup Plan For Contaminated Soil and Groundwater at Chemsol Federal Superfund Site in Piscataway, New Jersey
10/02/1998MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA, STATE TO ANNOUNCE FAR-REACHING ENVIRONMENTAL PACT
10/02/1998EPA SEEKS $84,200 PENALTY FROM WOBURN STEEL DRUM FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATIONS
10/02/1998PA UTAH REFINERY MANAGER PLEADS GUILTY TO ASBESTOS CHARGES

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