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11/02/1999PRESIDENT CLINTON AND VICE PRESIDENT GORE: PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT, NOT SPECIAL INTERESTS
11/01/1999Mining Company Admits to Criminal Negligence - Special Restitution Project Will Help Improve Water Quality to St. Charles, Va.
11/01/1999EPA Approves PA’s Updated Plan for Controlling Polluted Runoff
11/01/1999Ocean City Wastewater Treatment Honored For Environmental Performance
11/01/1999Former West Virginia Sewage Plant Operator Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Clean Water Act Felony
11/01/1999Airport Transformed from Hazardous Site to Anne Arundel Asset
11/01/1999Mullens Gets a $160,000 Grant Increase From Appalachian Regional Commission
11/01/1999EPA, STATE CLEAN UP ABANDONED MINE THAT THREATENED TOMALES BAY ECOSYSTEM
11/01/1999Browner Statement on Appeals Court Decision
10/29/1999EPA Proposes Marion, La. Site to Superfund List
10/29/1999U.S. AND ALLEGHENY COUNTY SETTLE SUIT AGAINST USX OVER DUST VIOLATIONS AT EDGAR THOMPSON STEEL MILL
10/29/1999EPA AND DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY LAUNCH CLEAN ENERGY PARTNERSHIP
10/29/1999EPA ISSUES ENFORCEMENT ORDERS FOR ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS IN WEST NEWBURY
10/29/1999APPEALS COURT STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR
CAROL M. BROWNER
10/28/1999Two Texas Sites Added to National Superfund List
10/28/1999Roundup of Recent News Items in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
10/28/1999PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR GE/HOUSATONIC RIVER CONSENT DECREE BEGINS
10/28/1999THREE CONVICTED OF CONSPIRACY TO ILLEGALLY DUMP WASTE WATER
10/28/1999EPA SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON PRELIMINARY RISK
ASSESSMENT FOR CHLORPYRIFOS
10/28/1999SUPERINTENDENT SENTENCED TO CONFINEMENT IN WATER CASE
10/28/1999FLORIDA COMPANY CHARGED WITH VIOLATING RCRA
10/28/1999DRAFT AIR QUALITY CRITERIA DOCUMENT FOR PARTICULATE MATTER AVAILABLE FOR COMMENT
10/28/1999ENVIRONMENTAL CHARGES STEM FROM ILLEGAL COCAINE LAB
10/28/1999INDIVIDUAL INDICTED FOR IMPROPER REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS
10/28/1999PPG INDUSTRIES AND KODAK USE EPA P2 FRAMEWORK
TO MAKE SAFER CHEMICALS
10/27/1999EPA Approves Plan to Assess Delaware’s Drinking Water Sources
10/27/1999EPA LAUDS BLUE LAKE RANCHERIA FOR ITS ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM
10/27/1999Four New York Non-Profits Receive Grants To Address Environmental Justice Concerns; Groups Will Use Money to Address Air, Water, Solid Waste and Migrant Worker Issues
10/27/1999New Jersey Non-Profits Receive Grants To Address Environmental Justice Concerns;Groups Will Use Money to Improve Urban Planning and Bolster Fish Consumption Advisories
10/27/1999New Jersey Non-Profits Receive Grants To Address Environmental Justice Concerns; Groups Will Use Money to Improve Urban Planning and Bolster Fish Consumption Advisories
10/26/1999EPA CITES HAWAII DOT FOR VIOLATIONS AT HONOLULU AIRPORT
10/26/1999U. S. DISTRICT COURT ENTERS DEFAULT JUDGEMENT AND PENALTY AGAINST GERRY CLICK OF RUSTON, LOUISIANA
10/25/1999EPA Complaint Warns Large Feedlots
10/25/1999EPA Finalizes Listing of Albuquerque Site as Superfund Priority
10/25/1999HPSandR, INC. AGREES TO A $185,000 SETTLEMENT WITH EPA FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS IN ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
10/25/1999EPA PROPOSES $114,262 FINE AGAINST CHELMSFORD CO. FOR VIOLATING HAZARDOUS WASTE LAWS
10/25/1999FITCHBURG MANUFACTURER SAVES UP TO $500,000 BY REPORTING ITS OWN VIOLATIONS TO EPA
10/25/1999STATEMENT BY U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL M. BROWNER UPON THE DEATH OF SENATOR JOHN CHAFEE
10/22/1999Public Comment Solicited on Proposed Petroleum Pipeline from Houston to El Paso
10/22/1999EPA Orders Companies to Provide Clean Water to Resident
10/22/1999National Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Begins October 24
10/22/1999Court Approves Settlement of Oil Spill Prevention Suit Against Richland Company
10/22/1999EPA Approves Innovative Clean-up Technology at Virginia - Millions Saved, Faster Cleanup Projected
10/22/1999TOXINS IN THE WAKE OF THE FLOOD By Carol Febbo
10/22/1999EPA, STATE, COUNTY ASSESS WESTLEY TIRE FIRE ON ONE MONTH ANNIVERSARY
10/21/1999West Virginia Dry Cleaners Site Added to EPA Hazardous Site List
10/21/1999U.S. EPA INVITES CABLE STATIONS TO AIR SHOW ON BUYING RECYCLED
10/21/1999U.S. EPA CITES FUEL FACILITY OWNERS ON TOHONO O'ODHAM INDIAN NATION FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
10/21/1999EPA PROPOSES LEVIATHAN MINE AS SUPERFUND SITE
10/21/1999U.S. EPA CITES TWO PHOENIX DEVELOPERS FOR DUST CONTROL VIOLATIONS
10/21/1999TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE HOUSE RECYCLING BUILT
10/21/1999EPA, STATE, COUNTY TO PROVIDE STATUS UPDATE ON WESTLEY TIRE FIRE
10/21/1999EPA Places Three More Sites on Final Superfund National Priorities List in New Jersey
10/21/1999EPA Proposes Two Sites Linked To Chemical Contamination on Long Island For The Federal Superfund National Priorities List
10/21/1999THREE SITES IN THE SOUTHEAST PROPOSED/FINALIZED FOR INCLUSION ON EPA'S SUPERFUND LIST
10/21/1999MOST AMERICANS RECEIVE THEIR FIRST LOCAL DRINKING WATER REPORTS
10/21/1999EPA ADDS AND PROPOSES SITES TO NPL
10/21/1999PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD EXTENDED FOR CHEMICAL INFORMATION COLLECTION PROPOSAL
10/21/1999EPA REINSTATES ONE-HOUR SMOG STANDARD
10/20/1999ALLIED ENVIRONMENTAL CONVICTED OF CONSPIRACY TO DUMP WASTEWATER
10/20/1999EPA Cites Three Universities for Lax Oil Tank Care - Agency Targeting Higher Education for Compliance
10/20/1999EPA ANNOUNCES THAT ROWERS WILL COMPETE IN A CHARLES RIVER CLEANER THAN IN DECADES
10/19/1999Public Meeting on U.S. EPA Lower Rio Grande Valley Transboundary Air Pollution Project
10/19/1999FEDERAL, STATE SCIENTISTS TO DISCUSS POTENTIAL AIRPORT RUNWAYS' EFFECT ON BAY
10/19/1999EPA PROPOSES $129,000 PENALTY AGAINST VERMONT COMPANY FOR VIOLATIONS OF CHROMIUM LAW
10/19/1999EPA PROPOSES NEW STANDARDS TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH FROM RADON IN DRINKING WATER AND INDOOR AIR
10/18/1999EPA Seeks $44,000 Penalty in Clean Water Act Complaint Against Cranberry Commons
10/18/1999EPA Cites Foamex Plant for Hazardous Waste Storage Violations at Eddystone Plant
10/18/1999WASHOE COUNTY HONORED AS EPA'S WASTEWISE PARTNER OF THE YEAR
10/18/1999EPA CITES HONOKOHAU MARINA AND ICE HOUSE FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
10/15/1999Paris, Texas, Group Receives EPA Award for Environmental Projects
10/15/1999Friends of the Rio Grande Wins EPA Award for Environmental Projects
10/15/1999EPA Proposes Cleanup Plan for Marjol Battery Site
10/15/1999U.S. $20,000 Payment to Lawyers Closes Drake Lawsuit
10/15/1999EPA SETTLES WITH HUNTER FAN COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE FOR THE SALE OF AN UNREGISTERED PESTICIDE, A MISBRANDED PESTICIDE AND MISBRANDED PESTICIDAL DEVICES
10/15/1999MEDIA ADVISORY-ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE BROWNFIELDS SHOWCASE SUMMIT
10/14/1999US, PA SETTLE AIR CASE AGAINST SOUTHDOWN - Company to Pay $ 475,000 Penalty
10/14/1999HONOLULU FACILITY VIOLATES EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE LAW, FINED $249,994
10/14/1999EPA Announces Cleanup Has Been Completed At The Fulton Terminals Federal Superfund Site in Oswego County, New York
10/14/1999EPA Announces Cleanup Systems Are In Place and Working At The Ewan Property Federal Superfund Site in Shamong Township, New Jersey
10/14/1999STATEMENT BY CAROL M. BROWNER
EPA ADMINISTRATOR ON HOUSE COMMERCE COMMITTEE MARKUP OF SUPERFUND (H.R. 2580)
10/14/1999THREE IN NEW YORK CONVICTED OF ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS
10/14/1999MISSOURI LAB CITED FOR SELLING INEFFECTIVE
HOSPITAL AND TUBERCULOCIDAL PRODUCTS
10/14/1999COMPLAINT AGAINST DUPONT FOR NOT ALERTING EPA
OF POSSIBLE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF A PESTICIDE
10/14/1999USED-OIL RECYCLING DAY
10/14/1999TRIBAL OPEN DUMP CLEAN-UP PROJECT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
10/14/1999PROGRESS REPORT ON FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT;
RIGHT-TO-KNOW PESTICIDES AND FOOD BROCHURE IN SPANISH
10/14/1999MAZDA RECALLS CARS FOR EXHAUST EMISSION PROBLEM
10/14/1999MCI WORLDCOM INC. MUST CONDUCT NATIONWIDE CROSS-CUTTING ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS UNDER SETTLEMENT WITH U.S. EPA
10/13/1999Two Boise Sewage Treatment Plants Are Issued NPDES Permits
10/13/1999EPA Announces Cleanup Complete At Federal Superfund Site in Malta, New York
10/13/1999EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE
ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN JUDGES
10/12/1999Denton Selected for Environmental Pilot
10/12/1999EPA CITES CFC VIOLATIONS AT QUANTICO MARINE BASE
10/12/1999Cleanup Underway at 13 Toxic Sites in Pennsylvania
10/12/1999EPA Charges Gas Station Tanks in Christiansted Were Mismanaged; Agency Seeking $24,812 Penalty
10/12/1999EPA LOOKING FOR LEADERS FOR NEW ENGLAND LIVABLE COMMUNITIES PARTNERSHIP
10/12/1999EPA AND DEP TO ANNOUNCE MAJOR WATERSHED GRANT IN WALLINGFORD DURING QUINNIPIAC TOUR
10/08/1999NEW EPA CLEANUP STRATEGY FOR CASMALIA TO SAVE OVER $100 MILLION
10/08/1999ATTENTION EDITORS: CORRECTION TO EPA RELEASE ON PCB VIOLATIONS

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