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06/30/2005EPA cites Rea Magnet Wire for clean-air violations
06/30/2005EPA cites Alton Steel for clean-air violations
06/30/2005EPA issues penalties to facilities in Washington, Oregon and Alaska for Risk Management Program Violations
06/30/2005Public Hearing on Cleanup Plan for the Solvents Recovery Service Superfund Site in Southington, CT
Public Comment Period Extended to Aug. 8
06/30/2005As Beach Season Heats Up, EPA Grants $256,880 to Monitor Maine’s Coastal Beaches
06/30/2005EPA Teams Up With NJDEP to Assess Compliance of Facilities Around Exit 13 of the New Jersey Turnpike
06/30/2005Coastal water protection brings clean, healthy ocean beaches
06/30/2005EPA fines landlord $13,675 for lead-based paint violations in Tucson, Ariz.
06/30/2005United States to Join International Effort to Update Emissions Testing for New Motorcycles
06/30/2005Pollutants from Stationary Diesel Engines to be Reduced by More Than 68,000 Tons
06/29/2005EPA settles with Gunite; includes $69,510 penalty and environmental project
06/29/2005EPA Administrator, Stephen Johnson, Announces $26,000 Grant to Reduce Diesel Emissions from Construction Equipment in Portland Metro Area
06/29/2005EPA Issues Wastewater Discharge Permit to Kensington Mine
06/29/2005McCoy Field Documents Posted to EPA Web site
06/29/2005EPA Files Complaint Against Landlord for Failing to Warn Tenants About Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housing in MA, RI and CT
06/29/2005EPA Announces Southeastern Recipients of Sun-Safety Awards
06/29/2005EPA Region 4 Tracks Environmental Progress through Results Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Accomplishments Report Released
06/29/2005K and L Microwave Recognized as the First Company in Maryland to Join National Environmental Program
06/29/2005Americans Encouraged To Check Air Quality Forecasts
06/29/2005Energy Efficiency Increased in Commercial Buildings
06/29/2005Environmental Progress in Central and Eastern Europe
06/28/2005Elyria Recycling agrees to EPA order to protect stratospheric ozone
06/28/2005Media Advisory-- EPA Acting Regional Administrator to speak at Minnesota clean fleets workshop
06/28/2005EPA cites Von Roll for hazardous waste violations; $643,908 penalty proposed
06/28/2005EPA Announces Grant to Enhance Hood Canal Water Quality
06/28/2005As Beach Season Heats Up, Governor Carcieri Receives $213,140 EPA Grant to Monitor Rhode Island Coastal Beaches
06/28/2005Town of Newtown Agrees to Pay Penalty For Oil Spill From School
06/28/2005Six Massachusetts Residents Win Environmental Educator Awards
06/28/2005Three Rhode Island Teachers Win Environmental Educator Awards
06/28/2005Two Maine Teachers Win Environmental Educator Awards
06/28/2005EPA Proposes $25.7 Million Cleanup Plan for Industri-plex Superfund Site (including Wells G&H Site) in Woburn
06/28/2005KC AREA DEVELOPERS CITED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
06/28/2005EPA Concludes Cleanup Complete at the Montclair / West Orange and Glen Ridge Radium Sites
No Action Needed on Ground Water
06/28/2005U.S. EPA settles case against three companies for pesticide violations
06/28/2005EPA assists Guam EPA in removing old pesticides
06/28/2005EPA reminds parents about hazardous lead paint in homes
06/28/2005Michigan Paint Manufacturer Faces Prison for Illegal Waste Storage
06/27/2005EPA Awards Research Contracts to Two Small Businesses in Rensselaer County
06/24/2005Poor Air Quality Predicted in Much of New England for the Weekend
06/24/2005Kalas Recognized for Commitment to Environmental Improvement
06/24/2005Protecting Your Schuylkill River - By Donald S. Welsh, Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator
06/24/2005International Effort to Reduce Radon Risk
06/24/2005Six Brownfields Training, Research and Technical Assistance Grants Announced
06/23/2005Animal Feeding Operations Air Compliance Agreement Signup Period Extended
06/23/2005Keene Ordered to Pay Penalty for Clean Water Violations at Its Wastewater Treatment Plant
06/23/2005EPA Announces Change in Dredging Schedule for Hudson River PCBs Site - Selects Energy Park for Site of Dewatering Facility
06/23/2005EPA Funds Project to Demonstrate Less is Better With Insecticides at Blueberry Farms in New Jersey
06/23/2005The Republic of Korea Joins Methane to Markets Partnership;
06/23/2005U.S., Mexican and Canadian Environmental Leaders Reaffirm Commitment to CooperationLíderes ambientales de EE.UU., México y Canadá reafirman su comprimiso hacia la cooperación
06/22/2005EPA and ATSDR to discuss Arco Neighborhood sampling results
06/22/2005EPA orders Oakland facility to comply with its stormwater permit
06/22/2005EPA announces completion of Molokai fish pond project
06/21/2005Additional Comments Sought on Parts of Hazardous Air Emissions Rule
06/21/2005Schools and Organizations Win EPA Sun-Safety Awards
06/21/2005EPA, NW Natural will remove tar deposit from Willamette River Sediment this year
06/21/2005EPA settles case against vegetable farmer for failing to protect field workers from pesticides
06/21/2005Gluek Park cleanup under way; $3 million project continues through summer
06/21/2005Auto-Makers, EPA Set Energy Performance Benchmark to Improve Assembly-Plant Efficiency
06/21/2005 Leading Innovators in Pollution Prevention Recognized
06/20/2005EPA cites Multi-Cast for clean-air violations
06/20/2005Yakama Land Enterprise Settles on Pesticide Violations
06/20/2005EPA to Oversee Study of Bergen County Site ( Quanta Resources)
06/20/2005EPA Stabilizes Portions of Crown Vantage Landfill and Reaches Settlement With Private Party
06/20/2005EPA awards grant to upgrade Cheltenham sewers
06/20/2005EPA awards $433,700 to upgrade Franklin sewer system
06/20/2005U.S. EPA settles lead paint disclosure case with San Jose landlord
06/17/2005EPA to Hold Meeting on Cleanup Plan for the Industri-plex Superfund Site Operable Unit 2 (including Wells G&H Superfund Site Operable Unit 3) in Woburn, MA
06/17/2005No Immediate Threat, EPA Tells Wingfield Pointe Residents
06/16/2005EPA proposes $116,150 penalty against Big Lots for selling mislabeled and unregistered pesticide products
06/16/2005Hog Island dredging project to receive Great Lakes Legacy Act funds; cleanup to begin in June
06/16/2005With Summer Approaching, EPA Offers Massachusetts $256,580 to Monitor Coastal Beaches
06/16/2005The administrative record for the Sierra Chemical Company Removial Action in Anniston, Alabama is available for public review
06/16/2005Metro Atlanta Air Quality Shows Dramatic Improvement
06/16/2005The administrative record for Larue County High School Mercury spill removal
action in Hodgenville, Kentucky is available for public review
06/16/2005The administrative record for Buttermilk Pike Residential Removal Action in Villa Hills, Kentucky is available for public review.
06/16/2005The administrative record for Loflin Gold Mine removal action in Trinity, North Carolina is available for public review
06/16/2005Save cool cash this summer
06/16/2005U.S. EPA orders Vallejo, Calif. to remove chemical from drinking water
06/16/2005EPA awards Palo Alto nonprofit $204,604 to study business park transit system
06/16/2005Woodstove changeout program will bring cleaner heat, cleaner air to Libby, Mont.
06/16/2005EPA Launches National Clean Woodstove Campaign
06/16/2005United States Announces Clean Air Agreements
with Valero and Sunoco - Two Petroleum Refiners to Reduce Harmful Emissions by 44,000 Tons Annually
06/16/2005National Parks and Wilderness Areas Protected by Clean Air Visibility Rule