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06/27/2014EPA Proposes Cleanup Plan for Toxic Site in Newfield, New Jersey; Heavy metals and hexavalent chromium to be Addressed
06/27/2014EPA Proposes Approval of New Climate-Friendly Refrigerants / Proposal supports president’s Climate Action Plan by curbing emissions of potent greenhouse gases EPA propone la aprobación de nuevos refrigerantes compatibles con el medio ambiente / La propuesta apoya el Plan de Acción Climática del Presidente al limitar las emisiones de potentes gases de efecto invernadero
06/26/2014U.S. EPA settles with two San Joaquin Valley companies to ensure safe handling of hazardous waste
06/26/2014Results of Surface Radiation Screening Suggest Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex Remains Suitable for Public Use
06/26/2014EPA Credits States for Making Progress in Bay Cleanup; Says More Effort Needed to Get Back on Track for a Restored Bay
06/25/2014EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to Testify at Hearing of House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
06/25/2014US EPA Administrator to Deliver Remarks at George Mason University’s Washington Youth Summit on the Environment
06/25/2014EPA Releases Final Risk Assessment on Trichloroethylene (TCE)/ Agency begins process to address potential human health risks
06/24/2014EPA Sponsors Free Training to Improve Children’s Environmental Health
06/24/2014EPA Proposed Plan Meeting Scheduled for International Mineral and Chemical Site in Spartanburg, SC
06/24/2014EPA Settlement to Help Protect Carroll County Waters
From Runoff Pollution
06/24/2014Pennsylvania Native Wins Prestigious EPA Award
For Protecting Wetlands
06/24/2014EPA Orders Pennsylvania Municipalities to Improve
Stormwater Management
06/24/2014EPA Settlement with Petersburg, Va., Business Helps
Protect Soil and Groundwater from Contamination
06/24/2014Roanoke Chemical Distributor Ordered to Pay
$612,339 for Hazardous Waste Storage Violations
06/24/2014Ivory Homes agrees to prevent hundreds of thousands of pounds of sediment and contaminated stormwater runoff from entering Utah waterways each year
06/24/2014Lakeville, Mass. Refrigerated Warehouses Improve Public Safety Practices under EPA Settlement
06/24/2014EPA Awards Brownfield Grants to Hennepin County and City of Duluth
06/23/2014EPA and New York State Announce Ban on Dumping Sewage from Boats into Lake Erie
06/20/2014EPA Finalizes Greenhouse Gas Permit for ONEOK Hydrocarbon; Permit allows $800M expansion of facility near Houston, will create 15-25 permanent jobs
06/20/2014Austin to Receive $400,000 from EPA to Assess Contaminated Properties; Funds Will Boost Local Economy, Protect Public Health and Environment
06/20/2014US EPA Administrator to Participate in Discussion on Climate Protection at the US Conference of Mayors 82nd Annual Meeting
06/20/2014EPA Selects the University of California, Los Angeles to Help Find New Uses for Toxics Data
06/19/2014Mo-Kan Regional Council to Apply $1.2M in EPA Grants toward Environmental Job Training and Brownfields Redevelopment
06/19/2014Public Availability Session planned by EPA to provide CTS Site Update
06/18/2014Tractor Supply Company settles with EPA for failure to properly report propane storage at five Washington retail locations
06/17/2014U.S. EPA to hold information sessions for free environmental job training program in Rialto, Calif.
06/17/2014Tennessee State University Selected to Help Find New Uses for Toxics Data
06/17/2014University of South Carolina Selected to Help Find New Uses for Toxics Data
06/17/2014EPA and Partners Celebrate Nation’s Largest Federally Owned Wind Farm; Site near Amarillo now generates power for nearby plant
06/17/2014Location is Changed for June 19 News Conference in St. Joseph, Mo., with EPA and Mo-Kan Regional Council
06/17/2014EPA honors Grand Canyon National Park for cutting carbon pollution, saving money
06/17/2014EPA Selects Six Universities to Help Find New Uses for Toxics DataEPA selecciona seis universidades para ayudar a encontrar nuevos usos para datos sobre tóxicos
06/16/2014EPA Finalizes Greenhouse Gas Permit for Voestalpine Iron Production Plant; $740M facility in San Patricio Co., TX, will bring 1,400 construction jobs and
150 permanent jobs
06/13/2014EPA Announces $1 Million for Brownfield Sites in Ottawa, Rochelle and South Beloit
06/13/2014EPA Finalizes Greenhouse Gas Permit for C3 Petrochemicals; $1.2B facility in Brazoria Co., TX, will create 40 permanent jobs
06/12/2014McGregor Company’s Nezperce, ID, Facility Nets EPA Penalty for Pesticide Violations
06/12/2014Wilco-Winfield, LLC, Oregon pesticide re-packager, settles with EPA for pesticide violations at its Mt. Angel facility
06/12/2014FRIDAY: U.S. EPA Chief Gina McCarthy to Attend Solar Installation at Residential Home in Long Beach, Calif.
06/12/2014EPA Identifies Safer Substitutes for Toxic Flame Retardants/Identified chemicals are persistent, accumulate in the environment and have reproductive, developmental, and neurological toxicity
06/12/2014Seabrook N.H. Metal Finisher Improves Hazardous Waste Management under EPA Settlement
06/12/2014EPA Requires Ford to Correct Fuel Economy for Six Vehicle Models
06/12/2014EPA Settlement with the City of Buffalo Protects Residents from Hazardous Waste and Materials; Buffalo to Host Nine Hazardous Waste Collection and Recycling Events throughout the City in 2014
06/12/2014Attleboro Mass. stops illegal discharge from its Drinking Water Facility under federal Clean Water Act Settlement
06/12/2014TODAY: US EPA Administrator to Deliver Keynote Address on Energy Efficiency at the US Energy Association
06/11/2014Ute Mountain Ute Tribe receives $200K to clean up Old Towaoc landfill site
06/11/2014Montrose (Colo.) receives $400K to clean up and redevelop contaminated sites
06/11/2014Montana communities receive $1.4M to clean up and redevelop contaminated sites
06/11/2014Lake County (Colo.) receives $400K to clean up and redevelop contaminated sites
06/11/2014City of Sheridan (Wyo.) receives $400K to clean up and redevelop contaminated sites in North Main Street area
06/11/2014EPA Awards over $591,000 to Arkansas to Help Eliminate Air Pollution
06/11/2014City of Green River (Wyo.) receives $200K to clean up Union Pacific Depot site
06/11/2014Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe receives $200K to clean up Old Swiftbird Day School site
06/11/2014EPA requires Hawaii Gas to protect workers, local community from risk of chemical releases
06/11/2014TOMORROW: US EPA Administrator to Deliver Keynote Address on Energy Efficiency at the US Energy Association
06/09/2014Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance Selected to Receive $200,000 EPA Grant for Grassroots Latino Environmental Education (GLEE)
06/09/2014FDA and EPA issue updated draft advice for fish consumption / Advice encourages pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers to eat more fish that are lower in mercuryLa FDA y la EPA emiten versión actualizada de aviso propuesto sobre el consumo de pescado
06/06/2014EPA to Temporarily Relocate 3 Families Affected by Elevated TCE Levels near Former CTS Site
06/06/2014EPA Ensures Company Discloses Pesticide Hazards
06/06/2014A Shared Commitment: Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security
06/06/2014EPA Announces Funding for Tribes to Clean Up Diesel Engines
06/05/2014EPA Seeks Public Input on Proposed Cleanup Plan for the Housatonic River “Rest of River” Project
06/05/2014EPA Announces $1.2 Million for Brownfield Sites in South Bend and Plymouth
06/05/2014EPA Finalizes Greenhouse Gas Permit for
Company in Hale County, Texas; Facility will create almost 200 construction jobs and bring $110M to area
06/05/2014EPA Seeks Public Input on Proposed Cleanup Plan for the Housatonic River “Rest of River” Project
06/04/2014Emerald Kalama Chemical Resolves Clean Air Violations, Repair Lapses
06/04/2014EPA settlement with Destination Maui will fund blood lead testing for 350 children
06/04/2014Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
06/03/2014EPA Settlement with U.S. Postal Service Helps Protect Soil and Groundwater from Underground Storage Tank Leaks in Virginia
06/03/2014EPA Awards City of Wilson, NC and the Upper Coastal Plain Council of Governments a total of $1.4 Million to Assess and Clean Up Contaminated Sites
06/03/2014Stakeholder Statements - Clean Power Plan, Part Two
06/03/2014Stakeholder Statements - Clean Power Plan, Part One
06/02/2014EPA Inspection Reveals Violations of Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule for Sedalia, Mo., Renovation Company
06/02/2014Remarks for Administrator McCarthy, Announcement of Clean Power Plan, Washington, DC
06/02/2014TODAY: U.S. EPA to Host Clean Power Plan Media Conference Call
06/02/2014EPA Proposes First Guidelines to Cut Carbon Pollution from Existing Power Plants/Clean Power Plan is flexible proposal to ensure a healthier environment, spur innovation and strengthen the economyEPA propone primeras directrices para reducir la contaminación de carbono de centrales eléctricas existentes / El Plan de Energía Limpia es una propuesta flexible para asegurar un medio ambiente más saludable, fomentar la innovación y fortalecer la economía
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