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08/31/2005EPA cites Minnesota Metal Finishing for hazardous waste violations; proposes $300,000 penalty
08/31/2005Oeser Company to Pay Millions to Cleanup Superfund Site in Bellingham
08/31/2005City of New Bedford's Plan to Address Contamination at McCoy Field Approved
08/31/2005ANIMAL FEEDLOT OPERATORS IN EASTERN NEBRASKA CITED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
08/31/2005EPA Issues Record of Decision for the Cleanup of the Solitron Devices Site in Riviera Beach, Florida
08/31/2005EPA Launches Fertilizer and Pesticide Awareness Campaign on the LIRR
08/31/2005Ten education projects receive EPA funds
08/30/2005EPA: Evansville area meets ozone standard
08/30/2005Environmental investigation begins at ARMCO site
08/30/2005EPA cites Barron County Solid Waste Management Board for clean-air violations
08/30/2005EPA Warns Connecticut Schools About Oil Spill Risks and Informs on Proper Prevention Techniques
08/30/2005Hurricane Katrina: Rapid Needs Assessment
08/30/2005U.S. EPA settles with Marin County company for chemical reporting violations
08/30/2005EPA reaches agreement with potentially responsible parties at Arizona Superfund Site
08/30/2005New Handbook to Help Accelerate Watershed-Protection Programs
08/29/2005EPA cites WCI Steel for clean-air violations
08/29/2005EPA cites Akron Thermal for clean-air violations
08/29/2005EPA ADMINISTRATOR TO ADDRESS WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON COOPERATIVE CONSERVATION
New Conservation Partnership to be Announced
08/29/2005EPA Extends Public Comment Period for Proposed Cleanup Plan for Gowanda Site (Peter Cooper Landfill)
08/29/2005EPA Proposes to Improve Ground Water Treatment at Howell Township Site (Bog Creek Farm)
08/29/2005Hurricane Katrina: Spill Notification
08/29/2005Hurricane Katrina: EPA Response
08/26/2005Communities in Tennessee To Reduce Smog Ahead of Schedule
08/26/2005Communities in South Carolina to Reduce Smog Ahead of Schedule
08/26/2005EPA Administrator Appoints Alan J. Steinberg as
Region 2 Administrator
08/26/2005EPA Administrator Attending White House Conference on Cooperative Conservation - Senior Officials to Join Delegation
08/25/2005Ruddiman Creek sediment cleanup underway
08/25/2005Juneau Building Demolition Ignores Asbestos Rules
08/25/2005Public Meeting Scheduled in Pittsfield for Sept. 7
08/25/2005Excavation of Contaminated Soils Completed at 48 Properties Near Temple Stuart Site in Baldwinville
08/25/2005Kentucky Receives EPA Grant to Expand Environmental Leadership Program
08/25/2005Design study begins at Stauffer Chemical Site in Tarpon Springs, Florida
08/25/2005EPA awards nearly $2.5 million to Vallejo to upgrade Mare Island’s sewer system
08/24/2005Storm Water Inspections in Anchorage, Alaska Result in Numerous Fines
08/24/2005Administrative Law Judge finds Steven Tuttle Guilty of Illegal Pesticide Sales and Orders Payment of $14,850
08/24/2005Storm Water Inspections in Idaho Result in Numerous Fines
08/24/2005Three Pacific Northwest Facilities Accepted to EPA Performance Track Program
08/24/2005Wilmington Manufacturer Fined for Violating Hazardous Waste Laws
08/24/2005Communities in North Carolina To Reduce Smog Ahead of Schedule
08/24/2005U.S. EPA settles hazardous waste case with East Bay foundry
08/24/2005Coca-Cola, Ford, 3M, 68 Other Facilities Commit to Environmental Improvements Beyond Current Regulatory Requirements
08/23/2005EPA names two Illinois treatment plants among best-operated in the region for 2005
08/23/2005EPA fines Porterville, CA company $4,400 for pesticide packaging violations
08/23/2005EPA fines Honolulu company $2,376 for importing unregistered mothballs
08/23/2005EPA Administrator praises efforts by California, tomato farmers and Protected Harvest
08/23/2005City of Westminster agrees to pay $115,000 for violating its EPA issued biosolids permit
08/23/2005EPA Unites Generations to Improve Environmental Health for AllEPA une las generaciones a fin de mejorar la salud ambiental para todos
08/22/2005Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division announce Initiative for Watershed Excellence: Upper Altamaha Pilot Project
08/22/2005U.S. EPA reaches major settlement for cleanup of San Gabriel Valley Superfund site
08/22/2005$1.4 million awarded to help reduce diesel pollution on West Coast
08/22/2005Hughson Chemical agrees to pay U.S. EPA $51,480 to resolve pesticide violations
08/22/2005U.S. EPA Administrator reaffirms agency commitment to Lake Tahoe restoration
08/22/2005Municipal, corporate parties will pay $13.9M for cleanup of Lowry Landfill Superfund site near Denver
08/19/2005EPA Administrator Steve Johnson praises Great Lakes and Detroit River partnerships
08/19/2005Great Lakes meeting to be held in Cleveland Aug. 23
08/19/2005Tres dueños de tanques de almacenamiento subterráneo de Arkansas pagarán $108,000 en multas
08/19/2005Three Arkansas Underground Storage Tank Owners to Pay $108,000 in Penalties
08/19/2005Richmond, Calif. foundry agrees to pay U.S. EPA $15,000 to resolve hazardous waste violations
08/19/2005EPA approves Denver's Early Action Compact plan
08/18/2005EPA reaches agreement with Cosmed
08/18/2005EPA settles with State Industrial Products Corp. on pesticide export violations
08/18/2005EPA settles with QMA on hazardous waste violations
08/18/2005Media Advisory: Photo Op at Rockwell Superfund site, Allegan, Mich.
08/18/2005R.I.-Based Sterilization Firm Will Pay Fine, Undertake Air Quality Improvement Projects, to Resolve Air Violations - Projects will eliminate 235 tons of air pollution
08/18/2005Cosmed Group, Inc. Agrees to Pay $1.5 Million for Clean Air Act Violations Agreement
08/18/2005Federal-State Partnership Proposes Plan to Involve Communities in the Cleanup and Restoration of the Lower Passaic River and Study of Newark Bay
08/18/2005Cosmed Group, Inc. acuerda pagar $1.5 millones por violar la Ley de Aire Limpio
08/18/2005Cosmed Group, Inc. Agrees to Pay $1.5 Million for Clean Air Act Violations
08/18/2005EPA orders medical waste incinerator in Saipan to close
08/18/2005U.S. EPA awards $192,400 to Lake Arrowhead Community Services District
08/18/2005New Report Shows Progress Reducing Air Pollution in Eastern United States
08/18/2005Cosmed Agrees to Pay $1.5 Million for Clean Air Act Violations-Agreement will Result in Improved Air Quality in Six States
08/17/2005ConAgra Signs Clean Water Act Permit Plea Agreement for Violations at Minnesota Facility
08/17/2005EPA cites Ohio company for two oil spill containment plan violations; proposed fines total $218,000
08/17/2005Media advisory: EPA Administrator to attend Great Lakes meeting in Detroit Aug. 18
08/17/2005Cleanup Nears Finish at Apco Mossberg Superfund Site in Attleboro
Removal of 6,500 tons of contaminated soils
08/17/2005EPA, KDHE PLAN PUBLIC ENVIRONMENT FORUM AUG. 25
08/17/2005EPA Cites Cleaner in Christiansted for Hazardous Waste Violations
08/17/2005EPA fines hazardous waste company on Arizona tribal lands $67,888
08/17/2005Mobil and BP will pay EPA $343,454 to resolve violations in American Samoa
08/17/2005New York Man Pleads Guilty to Drinking Water Monitoring Violation
08/17/200514 Communities Reduce Smog Ahead of Schedule
08/16/2005EPA cites Anchor for clean-air violations
08/16/2005INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI, DEVELOPER CITED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
08/16/2005Lewes, Del. settles Clean Water Act violations at wastewater treatment plant