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05/27/2015Clean Water Rule Protects Streams and Wetlands Critical to Public Health, Communities, and EconomyLa Norma de Agua Limpia protege los arroyos y humedales críticos para la salud pública, las comunidades y la economía
05/27/2015EPA awards nearly $200,000 to Fresno, Calif., for environmental job training
05/27/2015EPA awards nearly $200,000 for environmental job training in Richmond, Calif.
05/27/2015Action Memo signed, Response Actions begin to address the Bennett Landfill Fire Site in Chester County, SC
05/27/2015MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA AND ARMY TO ANNOUNCE FINAL CLEAN WATER RULE TODAY (WEDNESDAY)
05/26/2015MEDIA ADVISORY: EchoWater Project Groundbreaking Event, May 28, in Elk Grove, Calif.
05/26/2015EPA and DOE K Basin settlement spurs Hanford Cleanup
05/26/2015EPA provides $192K job training grant to Denver Indian Center
05/26/2015EPA Selects Florida State College at Jacksonville, Fla. for Job Training Grant / EPA selects 19 communities for grants to train unemployed individuals to enter the environmental field, strengthen local economies
05/26/2015EPA Selects CLIMB Community Development Corporation in Biloxi, Miss. for Job Training Grant / EPA selects 19 communities for grants to train unemployed individuals to enter the environmental field, strengthen local economies
05/26/2015Company Provides Emergency Response Equipment for Fall River, Mass. following EPA Enforcement
05/26/2015EPA Training Grants Create Job Opportunities Across the Country
05/26/2015EPA Provides Nearly $200,000 for Green Job Training of Formerly Incarcerated People
05/26/2015Knoxville Utilities Board Meets Major Consent Decree Milestones
05/25/2015TOMORROW: Information Session to Discuss Cleanup Activities at the Smokey Mountain Smelters Site
05/22/2015St. Louis Community College to Receive $192,300 from EPA to Recruit, Train and Place Workers in Green Environmental Jobs
05/22/2015UT Austin Studies Six Central Texas High Schools’ Indoor Air Quality; Research grant will help create a healthier environment for children
05/22/2015EPA Agreement with Citgo Will Improve Safety and Emergency Response in Corpus Christi, TX
05/22/2015EPA Advises Facility Operators to Minimize Releases during Hazardous Weather Events
05/21/2015City of Granby, Mo., Agrees to Three-Year Deadline to Settle Clean Water Act Violations at Wastewater Treatment Facility
05/20/2015Claremont, N.H. Auto Dealer Settles with EPA for Oil Spill
05/20/2015Strategy to Reduce District’s Sewer Overflows Will Include Green Infrastructure
05/20/2015EPA Directs DuPont to Remove Mercury from Pompton Lake in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey
05/20/2015Chapel Hill High School Student Receives Prestigious Award for Developing a Low-Cost Method to Reduce Water Pollution/Award presented at world's largest high school science competition
05/19/2015EPA Encourages the Public to Provide Input on Plan to Address Contaminated Groundwater at Curtis Specialty Papers Superfund Site in Milford and Alexandria Township, New Jersey; Public Meeting to Take Place May 28
05/19/2015U.S. Settles with Marathon Petroleum Corporation to Cut Harmful Air Emissions at Facilities in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio
05/19/2015U.S. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to Award - Marine Corps Air Station Miramar for Energy Conservation, Tour state-of-the-art green facilities
05/19/2015Lovell Federal Healthcare Center in North Chicago Wins EPA Federal Green Challenge Award
05/18/2015EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, Mayor Kevin Faulconer Recognize Timken Museum for Reducing Energy Use by more than 50%
05/18/2015EPA Announces $1 Million for Tribal Applicants to Upgrade Diesel Engines

EPA seeks to reduce emissions from older engines impacting tribal communities
05/15/2015EPA announces availability of $1 million for tribes to upgrade diesel engines
05/14/2015EPA requires Southern California metal finishers to stop illegal hazardous waste releases, wastewater discharges
05/14/2015Construction Completed at JEB Little Creek Superfund Site
05/14/2015EPA Administrator McCarthy announces LEED Platinum Certification of San Francisco City Hall
05/14/2015Remarks of Cynthia Giles, EPA Assistant Administrator for Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance on
Duke Energy Subsidiaries Guilty Plea and Sentencing for Clean Water Act Crimes
**Remarks as Prepared for Delivery**
05/14/2015Duke Energy Subsidiaries Plead Guilty and Sentenced for Clean Water Act Crimes/The companies will pay a fine and conduct community service and wetlands mitigation
05/14/2015EPA, U.S. Department of Justice settle with P4 Production LLC, over hazardous chemical reporting requirements
05/14/2015LOCATION/TIME CHANGED: Press Conference to Follow Sentencing of Duke Energy Subsidiaries for Clean Water Act Crimes
05/14/2015EPA, Seattle truck repair firm settle water pollution case
05/14/2015Free Asthma Screenings for Children at Asthma Awareness Month Event
05/13/2015EPA Administrator and San Francisco Bay Area government agencies celebrate nation’s largest solar energy partnership
05/13/2015EPA Administrator McCarthy to announce San Francisco’s City Hall becoming the nation’s oldest building to receive LEED Platinum Green Building Certification
05/13/2015TOMORROW: Press Conference to Follow Sentencing of Duke Energy Subsidiaries for Clean Water Act Crimes
05/13/2015EPA Recognizes Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians for Achievements in Zero Waste and Food Recovery
05/13/2015EPA Inspections Reveal Hazardous Waste Violations at GKN Armstrong Wheels in Estherville and Armstrong, Iowa
05/12/2015Wed. May 13, Hayward, Calif. -- EPA Administrator McCarthy joins San Francisco Bay Area agencies to celebrate nation’s largest solar energy partnership
05/12/2015EPA Joins Philly Nonprofit in Recognizing Graduates of Environmental Jobs Training Program
05/12/2015Soil Remediation to Begin at Superfund Site in Walpole, Mass.
05/12/2015EPA requires Honolulu to prevent hazardous air emissions at Kapaa Landfill
05/12/2015TOMORROW: EPA Administrator McCarthy Holding Facebook QandA on the Economic Need for Climate Action
05/12/2015EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan for Removal of PCBs
From Bound Brook in South Plainfield, NJ; $422 million dollar cleanup underway at site of defunct electronics facility
05/12/2015TODAY: EPA Administrator McCarthy Holding Facebook QandA on the Economic Need for Climate Action
05/12/2015EPA Fines Clean Harbors for Violations of Environmental Laws
05/11/2015EPA and U.S. Steel Provide $3.5 Million for Spirit Lake Cleanup Plan
05/11/2015EPA Inspection Reveals Violations of Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule for Blue Springs, Mo., Renovation Company
05/11/2015Federal and State Governments Reach Legal Agreement with Tonawanda Coke to Reduce Pollution; Company to Pay $12 million to Address Violations of Environmental Laws
05/11/2015EPA Launches New Portal to Help Communities Improve Environmental Quality and Public Health
05/08/2015EPA, Product Stewardship Institute, and University of California Launch Toolkit to Reduce Marine Debris
05/08/2015EPA Announces Camp Minden Remedy Can Move Forward
05/07/2015MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA Administrator joins San Francisco Bay government agencies to celebrate nation’s largest solar energy partnership
05/07/2015New Work Starts at West Lake Landfill Superfund Site Week of May 11: Efforts Will Further Characterize and Define Extent of Radiologically Impacted Material
05/07/2015EPA Announces Availability of Clean Diesel Grants for Communities Across the Country

Local governments, tribal agencies and nonprofits can win grants up to $2.14 million
05/07/2015TODAY: EPA Administrator to Address the Allergy and Asthma Network 30th Anniversary Awards Ceremony
05/07/2015Sixth Season of Hudson River Dredging Begins; Historic Dredging Project Draws to a Close; Next Up: Cleaning Up Floodplains
05/06/2015EPA presents award to Oregon 10th grader for work on marine oil spills
05/06/2015PREI in Tampa, Fla. Among Top Finishers in EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition/The competition saves $50 million, prevents 250,000 metric tons of GHG emissions
05/06/2015Massachusetts Clean Energy Partnership Project Recognized As an ‘Innovation in Government’ Finalist
05/06/2015EPA Provides Training to Help Communities Prepare for Climate Change
05/06/2015New England Buildings Score in National Energy Star Building Competition
05/06/2015Two North Carolina Sears Stores Among Top Finishers in EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition
05/06/2015EPA Announces Availability of Clean Diesel Grants for Communities Across the Country/Local governments, tribal agencies and nonprofits can win grants up to $2.14 million
05/06/2015EPA Issues Health Advisories to Protect Americans from Algal Toxins in Drinking Water
05/06/2015Navy settles environmental violations at Naval Station Norfolk
05/05/2015EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition Saves $50 Million, Prevents 250,000 Metric Tons of GHG Emissions/ The agency recognizes competitors in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico
05/05/2015EPA Identifies Misbranded Pesticide at Kansas City, Kan., Pesticide Distributor
05/05/2015Frisco ISD Among Top Energy Saving School Districts in U.S.
05/05/2015Woodville, AL Team Recognized as EPA's 2015 Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition Top Awardee
05/05/2015Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital CHAMPS Program in Memphis, Tennessee Recognized with the 2015 National Environmental Leadership Award by EPA

Memphis Program Recognized as National Model for Asthma Care During Asthma Awareness Month
05/05/2015EPA: Learning Triggers Key to Preventing Asthma Attacks
05/05/2015Woodford County Schools in Kentucky Named Among Top Finishers in EPA's National Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition
05/05/2015The City of Orlando’s Garden House at Harry P. Leu Gardens Named a Top Finisher in EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition/The competition saves $50 million, prevents 250,000 metric tons of GHG emissions
05/04/2015Three EPA Employees Selected as Finalists for 2015 Service to America Medals
05/01/2015Dairy Company Owner Sentenced to Six Months of Home Detention and Ordered to Pay $15,000 Fine for Discharging 11,000 Gallons of Cow Feces into the French Broad River
05/01/2015Florida Men Sentenced for Poisoning Wildlife and Hunting Dogs in Bullock County
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