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12/04/2000EPA Orders Newport, NH Company to Comply With Clean Water Laws
12/04/2000EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER CELEBRATES
20TH ANNIVERSARY OF SUPERFUND IN PHILADELPHIA ON DEC. 7
12/01/2000Taylor Lumber & Treating Site Proposed for Superfund List
12/01/2000Duwamish Water Way Site Proposed for Superfund Listing
12/01/2000Proposed Astaris waste treatment System Approved
12/01/2000Former St. Maries Creosote Site Proposed for Superfund List
12/01/2000Final Report on Boyertown Farms Investigation Available
12/01/2000Bountiful/Woods Cross proposed Superfund status
12/01/2000Gilt Edge Mine added to EPA's Superfund list
12/01/2000Flagstaff and Davenport smelter sites proposed for Superfund status
12/01/2000ONE SITE IN THE SOUTHEAST FINALIZED FOR INCLUSION ON EPA'S SUPERFUND LIST
12/01/2000EPA PROPOSES CONNECTICUT SITE TO SUPERFUND
12/01/2000EPA PROPOSES ABANDONED VERMONT MINE TO SUPERFUND
12/01/2000EPA Celebrates Successful Economic Redevelopment in Stamford, CT
12/01/2000HOMEOWNERS MAY SAVE ENERGY AND MONEY
WITH NEW INTERNET-BASED TOOL
12/01/2000EIGHT NEW SUPERFUND SITES IN EIGHT STATES
ADDED TO NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST, 13 PROPOSED
11/30/2000A Roundup of Recent News Items in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.V.I.
11/30/2000EPA Proposes $500,000 in Fines Against Brown Univ. for Waste and Water Violations
11/30/2000Administrator of EPA New England Calls on New England Communities to Ban Mercury
11/29/2000Ogden Sentenced to $200,000 Criminal Fine for Dumping Fuel at Dulles Airport
11/29/2000Construction Complete/Cleanup Working at Exton Hazardous Waste Site
11/29/2000Williamsburg Naval Station Added to EPA Hazardous Site List
11/29/2000MBTA To Pay $18,000 Fine and Spend $30,000 to Reduce Air Pollution and Asthma; Agreement Settles Claims That MBTA Violated Clean Air Laws
11/28/2000EPA Administrator Browner Celebrates Superfund Cleanup of Community Park in Boonton, New Jersey; 750th Completed Superfund Site Cleanup in the Country
11/28/2000EPA Proposes to Approve NY and NJ Plans to Reduce Smog in the Northeast
11/27/2000EPA OKs Plan to Protect 149 Miles of High Quality Pa. Streams
11/27/2000Nov. 28-30 Hazmat Seminar to Feature Tabletop Simulation of Transportation Disasters
11/27/2000Springfield Company Agrees to Pay $15,500 To Settle Claims of Chromium Plating Violations
11/22/2000EPA ISSUES ORDER TO ARCO FOR LEVIATHAN MINE CLEANUP
11/22/2000HOLLAND & KNIGHT LAW FIRM
11/21/2000Clean Water Act Penalty Proposed Against Tillamook Dairy
11/21/2000EPA CITES THREE FEDERAL FACILITIES FOR UNDERGROUND FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
11/21/2000EPA and NH DES HOST PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING FOR BEEDE WASTE OIL SUPERFUND SITE
[Replication or Save Conflict]
11/21/2000EPA TO BEGIN CLEAN UP AT GILBERT and BENNET LAGOON WASTE SITE
11/21/2000EPA Issues Cleanup Decision for 1-Mile Section of Housatonic River
11/21/2000EPA Administrator Announces $250,000 to Reduce Lead Poisoning in Rhode Island; Program Unveiled as Part of Agency's "Children First" Initiative for New England
11/21/2000CONVICTIONS ON 35 FEDERAL VIOLATIONS IN MONTANA
11/21/2000FLORIDA WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY AND OWNER SENTENCED
11/21/2000TRUCK-SIDE ADS ENCOURAGE SAFER PESTICIDE USE
11/21/2000SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY PANEL TO REVIEW PESTICIDE
CUMULATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT CASE STUDY ON DEC. 7-8
11/21/2000DUPONT OF MEXICO SUPPORTS ENVIRONMENTAL PARTNERSHIP
11/21/2000PUBLIC STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS SET FOR NOV. 29-30
TO REVIEW INERT PESTICIDE INGREDIENTS
11/21/2000EMISSION STANDARDS PROPOSED FOR
RECREATIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
11/20/2000Hydro-Analysis President, Lab Director, and Company Sentenced For Lab Fraud
11/20/2000EPA Announces Order Requiring Springfield to Fix High-Priority CSO Discharges
11/17/2000RAYMARK SUPERFUND SITE- ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MEET NEXT WEEK: Seeks Citizen Input
11/16/2000EPA Alleges Hazardous Waste Violations at University of D.C.
11/16/2000U.S. EPA GIVES $250,000 TO REVITALIZE GATEWAY CITIES
11/16/2000Two New Jersey Non-Profits Receive EPA Grants to Address Environmental Justice Concerns
11/16/2000Long Island Non-Profit Receives Grants to Address Environmental Justice Concerns
11/16/2000Rochester Non-Profit Receives EPA Grants to Address Indoor Air Quality in City Schools
11/16/2000New York City Non-Profits Receive Grants to Address Environmental Justice Concerns
11/16/2000EPA TO ADDRESS ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS AT THE WELLFIELD IN RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA
11/16/2000UNITED STATES AND NEW YORK REACH AGREEMENT WITH
ELECTRIC UTILITY TO REDUCE AIR POLLUTION
Accord Marks a Major Step in National Enforcement Initiative
11/15/2000Three D.C. Cement Companies Settle Fines for Storm Water Violations
11/15/2000McKees Rocks Company Pays Penalty Over Sale of “Slimy Grimy”
11/15/2000EPA PROPOSES RENO AIR QUALITY REDESIGNATION; RATING WOULD MOVE FROM MODERATE TO SERIOUS
11/14/2000Old Philadelphia Distillery Now Off Most Hazardous List
11/14/2000Virginia Ag Man Gets EPA’s Outstanding Inspector Award
11/13/2000 EPA Issues Penalties Against Barksdale Air Force Base
11/13/2000INTERAGENCY COMMITTEE SELECTS BARRIO LOGAN COMMUNITY AS AN ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PILOT PROJECT
11/13/2000EPA Makes It Official: Signs Final Decision on Clean-Up Plan for Ciba-Geigy Superfund Site
11/13/2000EPA RELEASES PRELIMINARY STARLINK CORN ASSESSMENT
11/09/2000EPA GIVES OAKLAND $100,000 FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK WORK
11/09/2000MISSOURI WASTEWATER TREATMENT
COMPANY OWNER PLEADS GUILTY
11/09/2000OHIO COMPANY AND OWNER PLEAD GUILTY
11/09/2000MISSISSIPPI WASTE PROCESSOR PLEADS
GUILTY TO WATER VIOLATIONS
11/09/2000DELAWARE COMPANY SENTENCED TO $3.8 M FINE
FOR VIOLATIONS IN ILLINOIS
11/09/2000STORM WATER GENERAL PERMIT ISSUED
FOR USE IN EIGHT REGIONS
11/09/2000CONGRESS REAUTHORIZES NATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM, CHESAPEAKE BAY, CLEAN LAKES AND OTHER PROGRAMS
11/09/2000STEPS TAKEN TO STRENGTHEN WATER QUALITY STANDARDS
11/09/2000NINE FEDERAL AGENCIES RELEASE WATERSHED SUCCESS STORIES
11/08/2000Red River Aluminum Site Cleanup Begins
11/08/2000EPA Sponsors America Recycles Day Contest for Philadelphia Schools and Recreation Centers
11/08/2000EPA CITES CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS AT JIM THORPE CONSTRUCTION SITE
11/08/2000Dedication of Community Labyrinth in Chester, Pa. Scheduled 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11
11/07/2000EPA Funds Grant to Combat Childhood Lead Poisoning
11/07/2000MontCo Waste Hauler Sentenced on Restaurant Grease and Auto Sludge Charges
11/06/2000Longhorn Pipeline Decision - Note to Correspondents
11/06/2000Reading Brick Maker to Pay Penalty for Lax Chemical Reporting
11/06/2000EPA GIVES SAN FRANCISCO $100,000 FOR ASTHMA EDUCATION
11/03/2000The Children’s Hospital Wins Grant To Fight Asthma
11/03/2000Statement of EPA Administrator Carol M. Browner on Final Passage of Everglades Restoration Legislation
11/02/2000Pembroke Treatment facility Honored For Environmental Performance
11/02/2000Carper Plan for Vlasic Makes Delaware First With Agreement to Benefit Bays and Economy
11/02/2000U.S. EPA CITES NAVAJO NATION FACILITIES FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
11/02/2000EPA Bans Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds of Toxics from the Great Lakes
11/02/2000EPA ANNOUNCES NEW INITIATIVE TO ADDRESS ABANDONED UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS IN ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA
11/02/2000WEST VIRGINIA MAN INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL LEAD DISPOSAL
11/02/2000NEW YORK MAN CONVICTED OF ASBESTOS CRIMES
11/02/2000TWO WEST VIRGINIA CORPORATIONS PLEAD GUILTY
11/02/2000CALIFORNIA MAN CONVICTED FOR ILLEGAL
TRANSPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
11/02/2000INDIANA CORPORATION OFFICIALS PLEAD
GUILTY TO CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
11/02/2000MISSISSIPPI POULTRY EXECUTIVE PLEADS GUILTY IN WATER CASE
11/02/2000ALASKAN INDIAN TRIBE GETS LARGEST CASH CONTRACT EVER
11/02/2000EPA MAKING $1 MILLION IN GRANTS AVAILABLE TO STATES UNDER NEW PROGRAM TO CLEANUP LEAKING GAS TANKS; MTBE SITES GIVEN PRIORITY
11/02/2000EPA TO REDUCE TOXIC CHEMICALS
DISCHARGED INTO THE GREAT LAKES
11/01/2000Tafton Water Case Settled –$200,000 Penalty, Ownership Transfer
11/01/2000Groundwater Protected as Army Settles EPA Complaint Over Underground Oil Tanks

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