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10/31/2002Border Enforcement Efforts Protect Public Health
10/31/2002EPA Issues Complaint and Compliance Order Against Virgin Petroleum of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; $82,087 Penalty Assessed on Underground Storage Tank Violations
10/31/2002EPA and American Lung Association Announce Asthma Research Strategy
10/30/2002Maryland awarded $8.9 million EPA grant to support drinking water programs
10/30/2002Delaware awarded $7.8 million EPA grant to support drinking water programs
10/30/2002EPA Issues Enforcement Order Against Hawai'i Department of Transportation for Kaua'i Project
10/30/2002More than 100 Gather in Riverhead to Celebrate Plan to Preserve Long Island’s Peconic Bay
10/30/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR CHRISTIE WHITMAN PARTICIPATES IN WATER MONITORING EVENT WITH STUDENTS AT CONN GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS MAGNET SCHOOL IN RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
10/30/2002EPA AND THE CITY OF CHARLOTTE SHOWCASE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS IN THE CHARLOTTE AREA AND KICK-OFF INNOVATIVE AIR QUALITY PROJECT
10/30/2002EPA, Army Corps of Engineers and Massachusetts DEP to Hold Public Information Meeting on Shpack Landfill
10/30/2002EPA AND AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCE
NEW ASTHMA RESEARCH STRATEGY
10/30/2002NATION’S LARGEST UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TESTING FIRM SENTENCED TO PAY $2.29 MILLION
10/29/2002EPA ANNOUNCES NEW AGING INITIATIVE TO PROTECT
OLDER PERSONS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH THREATS
LA EPA ANUNCIA NUEVA INICIATIVA PARA PROTEGER A LAS PERSONAS DE EDAD AVANZADA
DE LAS AMENAZAS DE SALUD AMBIENTAL
10/29/2002
Cleanup to Begin at Delatte Metals Superfund Site Near Hammond, La.
10/29/2002Western Butler County Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant Receives National Award for Environmental Performance
10/29/2002EPA Announces Spanish Language Campaign to Promote Testing of Kids at Risk for Lead Poisoning; NHCAC Calls for Broader Testing of Children’s Homes
10/29/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR CHRISTIE WHITMAN TO VISIT LOCAL SCHOOL TO COMMEMORATE THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT
10/29/2002EPA AND THE CITY OF CHARLOTTE TO SHOWCASE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS AND KICK-OFF INNOVATIVE AIR QUALITY PROJECT IN THE CHARLOTTE AREA
10/29/2002EPA Begins Archeological Survey at
New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site
10/29/2002EPA Determines Ashton Mill Property
Not Part of Superfund Site
10/29/2002EPA and U.S. Attorney Announce $3 Million Enforcement Settlement that will Improve Air Quality and the Environment in Boston
10/29/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN, REPRESENTATIVE MORELLA APPLAUD MARYLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR EXCELLENCE IN IMPROVING INDOOR AIR QUALITY
10/29/2002EPA AND DOE ANNOUNCE FUEL ECONOMY LEADERS FOR 2003 MODEL YEAR CARS
10/28/2002Children’s Health Grant to Reduce Childhood Asthma in Baltimore
10/28/2002EPA Cleanup Decision For Wellington Oro Mine
10/25/2002First Federal Facility "Ready for Reuse" Certificate Announced
10/25/2002EPA Presents $30,000 Grant to City of Philadelphia to Help Spearhead a Voluntary Diesel Retrofit Program - Reducing Diesel Emissions Will Result in Significant Health Improvements
10/25/2002EPA Settles with Two Biotech Seed Production Companies
10/24/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR AND ENERGY SECRETARY
TO ANNOUNCE FUEL ECONOMY LEADERS FOR MODEL YEAR 2003
10/24/20021. EPA REQUESTS PROPOSALS FOR BROWNFIELDS GRANT AWARDS IN FY 2003, 2. EPA ADDS HAZARDOUS WASTE SITE IN LIBBY, MONTANA, TO SUPERFUND NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST, 3. NEW PROJECT LAUNCHED TO ASSESS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ISSUES OF AMERICAN INDIANS, ALASKAN NATIVES, 4. FORMER LAB OWNER SENTENCED FOR FRAUD, FALSE STATEMENTS
UNDER THE CLEAN WATER ACT
10/24/2002Smelter Stack at Tex Tin Site Demolished
10/24/2002Whitman Visits Honolulu School to Celebrate Children's Health Month
10/24/2002U.S. EPA Announces Environmental Justice Small Grant Application Opportunities for 2003
10/24/2002EPA Funds Connecticut Program to Control Pesticide Risks in Growing Pumpkins
10/24/2002EPA Funds Program in Maine to Control Pesticide Risks in NH, VT and ME Schools
10/23/2002UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES SETTLEMENT FOR COMPREHENSIVE STUDY
OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN ANNISTON, ALABAMA
10/23/2002EPA Awards $242,000 Sewer Project Grant to Ventura County
10/22/2002NATIONAL LEAD POISONING PREVENTION WEEK
STRESSES LEAD-SAFE LIVING
LA SEMANA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PREVENCION DEL ENVENENAMIENTO POR EL PLOMO DESTACA LA IMPORTANCIA DE VIVIR SIN EL PELIGRO DEL PLOMO
10/22/2002EPA Celebrates Ten Years of Lead Poisoning Prevention Efforts
10/22/2002First Data from EPA's WTC Cleaning and Testing Program Available on Web
10/22/2002EPA REGION 4 ANNOUNCES 2002 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT AWARDS
10/22/2002EPA Gives Attleboro $10,000 for Secondhand Smoke Education
10/22/2002EPA Seeks Comment on Fletcher's Paint Superfund Site Settlement
10/21/2002EPA Wants Public Input on Point Thomson Gas Project
10/21/2002New Website Launched for Schools and Daycare Centers to Encourage Testing for Lead in Drinking Water
10/21/2002EPA TO PARTICIPATE IN A SAFE WATER SEMINAR ON THE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER
10/18/2002Water Monitoring Demonstration in Denton Part of Nation-wide Events
10/18/2002Students, senior citizens join EPA in water monitoring to commemorate 30th Clean Water Act anniversary
10/18/2002EPA Joins State Officials to Celebrate Clean Water Act Anniversary
10/18/2002U.S. EPA and North American Development Bank Provide $18 Million to Tijuana Municipality
10/18/2002EPA Honors Watershed Group, Students and Citizen Activist for Charles River Work
10/18/2002LOCAL ACTIVITIES TO COMMEMORATE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF CLEAN WATER ACT
10/18/2002EPA CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF CLEAN WATER ACT
10/17/2002Malvern TCE Superfund Site Public Meeting
10/17/2002U.S. EPA and Valley County Water District Break Ground on Public Water Supply Treatment Plant
10/17/2002U.S. Settles Cases Against Los Angeles Landlords, More Than 4,500 Apartments to Become Lead Safe
10/17/2002EPA Seeks $324K from New York Presbyterian Hospital for Violations of Lead Paint Requirements
10/17/2002EPA Honors Merrimack River Watershed Council on National Water Monitoring Day
10/17/20021. EPA INITIATES PUBLIC DIALOGUE ON TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY, 2. RESEARCH STRATEGY COMPLETED TO MONITOR AND ASSESS WATERS, 3. NEW FOCUS ON GREENHOUSE GASES, ELECTRONICS BY EPA MUNICIPAL WASTE REDUCTION PROGRAM, 4. WHITMAN, ITALIAN MINISTER PLAN COOPERATIVE EFFORTS, 5. THREE CALIFORNIA MEN INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL HANDLING OF DRY CLEANING WASTES
10/17/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR, OFFICIALS AND LOCAL PARTNERS TO COMMEMORATE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT
10/16/2002Hylebos Dredging Begins
10/16/2002Discover the Rewards of Lead-Safe Living
10/16/2002City of Philadelphia is Smart About Growth - City Joins Federal Agencies in Partnership Pledging Smart Urban Growth
10/16/2002National Radon Week: October 20 - 26, 2002
10/16/2002FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PARTICIPATE IN WATER MONITORING TO CELEBRATE NATIONAL MONITORING DAY AND THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT
10/15/2002WHITMAN VISITS PHOENIX-AREA SCHOOL TO CELEBRATE CHILDREN’S HEALTH MONTH, TEACHES SUN SAFETY TO STUDENTS
10/14/2002EPA Joins Citizens in Preparing for National Water Monitoring Day
10/11/2002EPA AND ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE FOR SENIOR INVOLVEMENT RENEW COMMITMENT TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
10/11/2002EPA and Environmental Alliance for Senior Involvement Renew Commitment to Protect the Environment
10/11/2002Seeking Response to Soil Sampling Access Requests by Oct.15
10/11/2002Montgomery County, Pa. Gets $110,000 for Brownfields Redevelopment
10/11/2002EPA Funds White Mountain Apache Projects
10/11/2002EPA Cites Six Municipal Facilities in New England for Oil Spill Prevention Deficiencies
10/10/2002EPA to Recognizes metro area companies for efforts to cut air pollution and relieve traffic jams
10/10/2002RIPTA Agrees to Reduce Bus Pollution by 90 Percent in Enforcement Case Settlement
10/10/2002National Monitoring Project in Waterford, CT Hits Major Milestone
10/10/2002EPA and NH DES Begin Joint Effort to Contain the Migration of Contaminants from the Troy Mills Landfill in Troy, NH
10/10/2002EPA AND SEAWORLD PARTNER TO CELEBRATE CHILDREN’S HEALTH MONTH, EDUCATE ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS
10/10/2002EPA AND ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE FOR SENIOR INVOLVEMENT RENEW COMMITMENT TO SENIOR INVOLVEMENT IN PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
10/10/20021. NEW YORK STATE CLEANS UP DIESEL ENGINES IN LOWER MANHATTAN , 2. $3.5 MILLION AWARDED FOR RESEARCH ON GLOBAL CHANGE, 3. EPA ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF FIRST REGIONAL COLLABORATION BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY TO
ENCOURAGE TV, COMPUTER RECYCLING, 4. WHITMAN COMMEMORATES CLEAN WATER ACT ANNIVERSARY
AT YOUTH WATERSHED SUMMIT, 5. EPA RELEASES GUIDE TO CLEAN UP MOLD IN HOMES, 6. FOUR MINNESOTA RESIDENTS CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL DRUG MANUFACTURING AND ILLEGAL HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL, 7. VIRGINIA ASBESTOS ABATEMENT COMPANY AND OPERATIONS MANAGER PLEAD GUILTY IN ASBESTOS CERTIFICATE SCHEME, 8. MAN FROM SAIPAN INDICTED FOR CONSPIRACY AND FALSE STATEMENTS, 9. NEW HAMPSHIRE MAN SENTENCED FOR ILLEGAL SEWAGE DISCHARGE, 10. FLORIDA WOMAN CONVICTED IN MICHIGAN ON HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARGES
10/09/2002Hooker Furniture Corp. Settles Alleged Clean Air Act Violations at Martinsville, Va. Plant
10/09/2002Electronics Recycling Expands in the Mid-Atlantic States
10/09/2002Radio Messages for Children’s Health Month
10/09/2002Phoenix Recycling Company to Pay ADEQ and EPA $268,000 for Hazardous Waste Violations