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12/23/1999EPA ISSUES STOP SALE ON DISINFECTANT PRODUCT
12/23/1999Longhorn Pipeline Hearing Re-set for Jan. 10 in Austin
12/23/1999U.S. EPA AND STATE OF CALIFORNIA SETTLE ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS AGAINST LOS ANGELES AND BURBANK
12/23/1999CLEANUP DECISION REACHED FOR S. KINGSTOWN SUPERFUND SITE
12/22/1999U.S., Mexico to Disclose All Existing, Proposed Border Hazwaste Sites
12/22/1999EPA FINALIZES WATER PLANS FOR THREE NORTH COAST RIVERS
12/22/1999EPA SAYS AMPHITHEATER SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION VIOLATES LAW
12/22/1999U.S., MEXICO TO DISCLOSE ALL EXISTING, PROPOSED BORDER HAZWASTE SITES
12/22/1999TROY, NH, FABRIC MAKER AGREES TO PAY $75,000 AND PERFORM POLLUTION PREVENTION ASSESSMENT
12/22/1999TANKER OWNER AND CAPTAIN SENTENCED FOR OCEAN SPILL
12/22/1999AMERICAN AIRLINES TO PAY $8 MILLION FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATION
12/21/1999TIER II-- Table: State Nitrogen oxide emissions from vehicles in 2030 under current standards vs. vehicles in 2030 with new standards.
12/21/1999 Tier II (Carol Browner's Speech) Press Conference with the President Washington, D.C.
12/21/1999 EPA Awards $500,000 Public Information Grant to Tulsa, OK
12/21/1999EPA Awards $494,935 Public Information Grant to El Paso, Texas
12/21/1999TIER II--PRESIDENT CLINTON AND VICE PRESIDENT GORE-- Cleaner Air for the New Century
12/21/1999TIER II--State Nitrogen oxide emissions from vehicles in 2030 (tons) under current standards Nitrogen oxide emissions from vehicles in 2030 (tons) with new standards Emissio ns reduced (tons) Percent reduction
12/21/1999TIER II--REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT AT CLEAN CAR EVENT-Maury Elementary School-Washington, D.C.
12/21/1999TIER II--PRESIDENT CLINTON AND VICE PRESIDENT GORE-- Clean Air: A Record of Accomplishment
12/21/1999TIER II--CLEANER CARS AND CLEANER FUELS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
12/21/1999PRESIDENT CLINTON TO MAKE REMARKS AT AN ENVIRONMENTAL EVENT
12/20/1999Coal Company Fined $50,000 And Put On Two Years Probation for Polluting Western Pennsylvania Creek
12/20/1999EPA Orders Responsible Parties to Continue Palmerton Cleanup - 197 Minor Parties Agree to Contribute to Cost
12/20/1999LAS VEGAS NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY SITE CLEANUP COMPLETE
12/20/1999EPA LAUDS CAMBRIDGE FOR REDUCING STORMWATER CONTAMINATION
12/17/1999TIMET TO PAY $430,000 TO SETTLE AIR POLLUTION VIOLATIONS AT HENDERSON FACILITY
12/17/1999EPA APPROVES STATE PETITIONS FOR CLEANER AIR
12/16/1999EPA Moves to Protect Home Wells in Danville
12/16/1999SAN JOSE ONE OF COUNTRY'S BEST RECYCLERS
12/16/1999U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY GIVES $1.1 FOR SMART GROWTH AND BROWNFIELD EFFORTS; TWO PROJECTS IN MAINE GET $140,000
12/16/1999FEDERAL EPA GIVES MORE THAN $1 MILLION FOR BROWNFIELDS AND SMART GROWTH; PROJECTS TO BENEFIT NEW HAMPSHIRE ARE WORTH $150,000
12/16/1999FEDERAL EPA GIVES MORE THAN $1 MILLION FOR SMART GROWTH AND BROWNFIELDS; PROJECT TO BENEFIT RHODE ISLAND IS WORTH $50,000
12/16/1999FORMER ARMS MANUFACTURER COMPLETES FIRST PHASE OF CLEAN-UP IN SITE IN STRATFORD
12/16/1999FEDERAL EPA GIVES MORE THAN $1 MILLION FOR SMART GROWTH AND BROWNFIELD EFFORTS; PROJECTS TO BENEFIT CONNECTICUT ARE WORTH $181,000
12/16/1999U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY GIVES MORE THAN $1 MILLION FOR SMART GROWTH; PROJECTS TO BENEFIT VERMONT ARE WORTH $50,000
12/16/1999FEDERAL EPA GIVES MORE THAN $1 MILLION FOR SMART GROWTH AND BROWNFIELD EFFORTS; PROJECTS TO BENEFIT MASSACHUSETTS TOTAL $370,000
12/16/1999CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYEES PLEAD TO
DISCHARGING OIL IN ALASKA WATERS
12/16/1999TEXAS CHEMICAL PLANT MANAGERS CONVICTED OF AIR VIOLATIONS
12/16/1999CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS INFORMATION AUDIT CONDUCTED
12/16/1999EPA, STATE OF OREGON APPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL
BLUEPRINT FOR TILLAMOOK BAY
12/16/1999CONSUMER LABELING INITIATIVE PHASE II REPORT RELEASED
12/16/1999EPA PROPOSES DIOXIN STANDARD FOR BIOSOLIDS
12/16/1999GRANTS ANNOUNCED TO LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO
ACCESS ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
12/15/1999President Names Campbell New EPA Regional Administrator
12/15/1999VISALIA ONE OF COUNTRY'S BEST RECYCLERS
12/15/1999EPA Names Bradley Campbell New
Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator
12/14/1999EPA Recognizes Six Louisiana Organizations for Environmental Excellence
12/14/1999SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT AWARDED AN EPA EMPACT GRANT
12/13/1999EPA BEGINS WORK TO SECURE NORTHFIELD, NH, INDUSTRIAL SITE
12/13/1999MICHIGAN MAN SENT TO JAIL FOR DUMPING HAZARDOUS WASTE
12/13/1999NEW JERSEY EX-BUSINESSMAN INDICTED ON RCRA CHARGES
12/13/1999OHIO COMPANY PLEADS GUILTY TO VIOLATING THE CLEAN WATER ACT
12/13/1999NEW REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
TO OPEN IN KIEV, UKRAINE
12/13/1999U.S. SIGNS INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT
TO REDUCE AIR POLLUTION
12/13/1999U.S. AND MEXICO EXPAND EFFORTS ON
MANAGEMENT OF BORDER WASTES
12/13/1999SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT MARKS 25th ANNIVERSARY
12/13/1999EPA TO AWARD SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT PILOTS
12/13/1999EPA PARTICIPATION IN PRESIDENT’S CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PROJECT FOCUSES ON IMPROVING INTERNET INFORMATION SERVICE
12/10/1999PUBLIC MEETING ON IMPACTS OF MOUNTAINTOP MINING
12/10/1999STATEMENT FROM THE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR ON THE SETTLEMENT OF THE COALITION FOR CLEAN AIR LAWSUIT AGAINST SCAQMD
12/09/1999EPA Issues Penalty Against Ultramar Diamond Shamrock
12/09/1999Public Hearing Jan. 11 for Marjol Battery Site
12/08/1999Duke Alumnus W. Michael McCabe New Deputy Administrator at U. S. EPA
12/08/1999U.S. EPA MAKES WASTEWATER TREATMENT DECISION
12/08/1999Roundup of Recent News Items in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
12/08/1999EPA Seeks Comments on City's Program to Avoid Filtering the Catskill-Delaware System; Agency Begins Review of City's Compliance with Filtration Avoidance Determination
12/08/1999Key Air Pollution Control Program To Begin in New Jersey; EPA Suspends Sanctions for Late Startup
12/08/1999EPA TO EXTEND WATER LINE TO SCITUATE AND JOHNSTON, RI
12/07/1999Kerrville, Texas Business Honored for its Energy Efficiency
12/07/1999EPA Orders Stop Sale of Unregistered Hot Tub Chemicals
12/07/1999Companies Settle with EPA for Asbestos Violation at W.Va. Plant
12/07/1999FEDERAL JUDGE HOLDS MAN IN CONTEMPT FOR SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
12/07/1999EPA PROPOSES $257,162 FINE AGAINST CONNECTICUT ARMS MAKER CHARGED WITH CHROMIUM VIOLATIONS
12/06/1999BROWNFIELDS NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP EXPANDED
12/03/1999EPA Administrator Browner to Join Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk at Arena Site to Highlight Community Revitalization Efforts
12/03/1999MAJOR MILESTONE IN SUPERFUND CLEANUP BEGINS TODAY
12/03/1999MEDIA ADVISORY-EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO JOIN DALLAS MAYOR RON KIRK TO HIGHLIGHT COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION EFFORTS
12/03/1999VIRGINIA MAN AND COMPANY PLEAD TO FALSIFYING
ASBESTOS TRAINING CERTIFICATES
12/03/1999MARYLAND COMPANY SENTENCED IN JOINT CIVIL AND
CRIMINAL CASE
12/03/1999TWO FORMER DRINKING WATER COMPANY EMPLOYEES INDICTED IN TEXAS
12/03/1999EPA, MARYLAND SIGN MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR
MARYLAND COASTAL BAYS ESTUARY
12/03/1999NEW REQUIREMENTS ADDED FOR
SOME CLASS V INJECTION WELLS
12/03/1999PHASE II REFORMULATED GASOLINE BEGINS IN JANUARY
12/03/1999DRAFT MERCURY RESEARCH STRATEGY AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW
12/03/1999GEORGIA UTILITY COMPANY SENTENCED
12/03/1999EPA, OREGON, WASHINGTON APPROVE CLEANUP PLAN
FOR LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARY
12/03/1999EMISSION STANDARDS SET FOR LARGE BOATS
12/03/1999PROPOSED RULE ISSUED TO DE-LIST PHOSPHORIC
ACID FROM THE TOXIC RELEASE INVENTORY
12/02/1999EPA APPROVES CLEANUP PLAN FOR CONTAMINATION AT TUBA CITY THRIFTWAY STATION
12/02/1999EPA BEGINS TAUNTON HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP
12/01/1999West Virginia Gets $902,395 EPA Grant for Safe Drinking Water
12/01/1999New Jersey Making Progress Toward Clean Air
12/01/1999New York Making Progress Toward Clean Air
12/01/1999CHEMICAL COMPANY TO REPAY EPA COSTS TO CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS WASTE WAREHOUSE
12/01/1999EPA MOVES TO STRENGTHEN AIR POLLUTION
PLANS IN MAJOR URBAN AREAS
11/30/1999COMPANY FINED FOR CLAIMING BALL-POINT PEN KILLS GERMS
11/29/1999U.S. EPA Seeks Comment on New Commencement Bay Sediment Cleanup Plan
11/29/1999EPA Proposes $25,000 Penalty for Alleged Wetland Violations in Ada County
11/29/1999Inadequate Spill Plans Cost Company Tens of Thousands; Second Newark Company in Past Few Months to Pay for Spill Prevention Violations
11/24/1999IT’S EASY BEING GREEN FOR THE HOLIDAYS !

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