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06/28/2002Seattle Proprietor, Fugitive in Mexico, Pleads Guilty
06/28/2002DOH, EPA TAKE ACTION AGAINST PFLUEGER ON KAUAI
06/28/2002EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING THE BANKRUPTCY SETTLEMENT AT THE NORTH HOLLYWOOD DUMP SITE IN MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
06/28/20021. NEW EPA RESOURCE ENCOURAGES INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FOR SAFER SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT, 2. GRANT AWARDED FOR RESEARCH ON CHILDHOOD ASTHMA, 3. EPA TO RECOGNIZE SMART GROWTH ACHIEVEMENT, 4. NEW WEB SITE PROVIDES RESOURCE TOOLS TO SUPPORT STATE AND LOCAL AIR QUALITY ACTIVITIES, 5. EPA LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITE, "HOT TIPS FOR A COOL SUMMER", 6. SEATTLE PROPRIETOR, FUGITIVE IN MEXICO, PLEADS GUILTY, 7. FORMER NEW JERSEY TESTING FIRM MANAGER PLEADS GUILTY
06/28/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO DETAIL REGIONAL BENEFITS DATA FOR PRESIDENT’S CLEAR SKIES INITIATIVE DURING VISIT TO GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK IN TENNESSEE WITH U.S. SENATOR FRIST
06/27/2002EPA to Remove Superfund Site in Plumstead from the National Priorities List of Hazardous Waste Sites
06/27/2002SPARTANBURG, S.C. NATIVE RECEIVES U.S. EPA NATIONAL AWARD
06/27/2002EPA Launches New England Beach Initiative at Quincy’s Wollaston Beach; Kick Off Includes $260,000 Beach Monitoring Grant for Bay State
06/27/2002EPA Announces New England Beach Initiative in New Hampshire; Kick Off Includes $205,00 Beach Monitoring Grant for Granite State
06/26/2002EPA lauds James City for protecting drinking water sources
06/26/2002Poor Air Quality Predicted for portions of New England for Thursday, June 27, 2002
06/26/2002EPA, NH DES to Announce Initiative For Reducing Beach Closures in New Hampshire
06/26/2002EPA, MDC, DPH to Announce Initiative For Reducing Beach Closures in Massachusetts
06/26/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF METEOROLOGISTS IN SHARING ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION WITH PUBLIC
06/25/2002EPA supports environmental education projects in SD
06/25/2002EPA supports environmental education project in WY
06/25/2002EPA supports environmental education projects in CO
06/25/2002EPA supports environmental education projects in UT
06/25/2002EPA supports Environmental Education projects in ND
06/25/2002EPA supports environmental education projects in MT
06/25/2002EPA Settles Enforcement Case with Cumberland Farms; Agreement Includes $2 Million Project to Improve Air Quality
06/25/2002EPA’S WHITMAN SAYS STATES INCREASE PUBLIC
HEALTH NOTIFICATIONS OF NONCOMMERCIAL FISH
06/25/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO HIGHLIGHT KEY ROLE METEOROLOGISTS CAN PLAY IN PROVIDING ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION TO AUDIENCE, TOUR WILLIAM AND MARY’S KECK LAB
06/24/2002U.S. EPA BRINGS AIR ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS AGAINST 8 LA AREA BUSINESSES
06/24/2002COURT APPROVES $2.5 MILLION IN MONTROSE SUPERFUND CASE
06/24/2002EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC AVAILABILITY SESSION REGARDING THE NORTHEAST CHEMICAL SITE IN WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
06/21/2002Owner of Former Ship Repair Company Given Jail Term
06/21/2002Ship's Captain, Chief Engineers Plead Guilty to Alaska Violations
06/21/2002Alaska Man Pleads Guilty to Concealing Environmental Crime
06/21/2002Mystic Region To Hold Mass Transit Terrorism Simulation in Malden and Melrose
06/21/2002Poor Air Quality Predicted For Southern New England This Weekend
06/21/20021. PROGRESS REPORT RELEASED ON THE CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM, 2. CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER POSITION ESTABLISHED IN AGENCY, 3. TENNESSEE PHYSICIAN SENTENCED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATION, 4. OWNER OF FORMER OREGON SHIP REPAIR COMPANY GIVEN JAIL TERM, 5. SHIPS’ CAPTAIN, CHIEF ENGINEERS PLEAD GUILTY TO ALASKA VIOLATIONS, 6. ALASKA MAN PLEADS TO CONCEALING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME
06/20/2002EPA Provides $1 Million to Gauge Vulnerability of Local Water Supplies
06/20/2002EPA Recognizes BellSouth, Grubb and Ellis, and Hines for Energy Efficiency
06/20/2002Bellingham Awarded $100,000 EPA Brownfields Assessment
06/20/2002Foxborough Awarded $100,000 EPA Brownfields Assessment
06/20/2002Essex Museum Awarded $50,000 EPA Brownfields Assessment
06/20/2002Poor Air Quality Predicted for portions of Massachusetts and Connecticut for Friday, June 21
06/19/2002PHOENIX TO PAY $198,532 IN FINES, SPEND $401,468 TO SETTLE WITH EPA FOR CHEMICAL SPILL
06/19/2002EPA Begins Work on Pilot WTC Dust Cleaning Study
06/19/2002EPA Reaches Settlement with CWM for Violation of PCB Rules at Facility in Model City
06/19/2002EPA Files Complaint Seeking Penalties From Belmont Electroplating Company
06/19/2002EPA and Town of Foxborough to Announce Redevelopment Grant
06/19/2002EPA and Town of Bellingham to Announce Redevelopment Grant
06/18/2002EPA Completes Cleanup at Whitmoyer Superfund Site - Former toxic waste site transformed into community asset
06/18/2002EPA Announces Plan to Fine Connecticut Oil Delivery Company
06/17/2002U.S. and Pa. settle Clean Water Act case against Indiana; Municipality to upgrade sewers, end unlawful discharges
06/17/2002EPA Awards Mount Sinai $150,000 for Asthma Education
06/17/2002EPA Proposes $48 Million Cleanup Plan for the Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in Plaistow N.H.
06/17/2002EPA Orders Maine Microwave Antenna Company to Comply with Environmental Laws
06/17/2002EPA Awards $200,000 in Brownfields Grants to Three Connecticut Towns
06/14/2002Ship's Chief Engineer Pleads Guilty to Oil Pollution in Alaska Waters
06/14/2002EPA, ADEQ FINE OUTDOOR FURNITURE MAKER $200,000
06/14/2002Rules aim to protect drinking water from vehicle wastes
06/14/2002EPA Completes Cleanup at Morses Pond Culvert in Wellesley
06/14/20021. STOP SALE ORDER ISSUED TO MISSOURI DISINFECTANT COMPANY, 2. FLORIDA MAN, VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE FIRM PLEAD GUILTY, 3. SHIP’S CHIEF ENGINEER PLEADS GUILTY TO OIL POLLUTION IN ALASKA WATERS, 4. TWO MEN SENTENCED IN LAS VEGAS FOR ILLEGAL WASTE DISCHARGE
06/13/2002EPA Completes Superfund Removal of Buried WWII Ordinance in Undeveloped Area of Little Valley in Washington Township
06/13/2002EPA OK’s New York State Ban On Sewage Discharge in Peconic Estuary
06/13/2002EPA to Review Cleanup Progress at Kellogg-Deering Superfund Site
06/13/2002EPA to Host Public Meeting to Discuss Holtra-Chem
06/13/2002EPA ANNOUNCES STEPS TO INCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENCOURAGE EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS
06/13/2002WHITMAN TO OUTLINE NEW SOURCE REVIEW REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
06/12/2002EPA ANNOUNCES NEW ENERGY STAR RATING TOOL FOR HOTELS
06/11/2002WHITMAN TO ANNOUNCE ENERGY STAR RATING TOOL FOR HOTEL
06/10/2002EPA, Marine Industry Associations and Maine DEP Announce Initiative for Cleaner Outboard Motorboat Engines
06/10/2002REVISED CUMULATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT FOR ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDES RELEASED FOR REVIEW; PUBLIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED
06/07/2002EPA Administrator Christie Whitman Kicks off A New Environmental Education Partnership
06/07/2002EPA Administer Whitman presents water security grant to Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
06/07/2002EPA GIVES WATER DISTRICT IN GRANITE BAY, CALIF. $115,000
06/07/2002U.S. EPA FLIPS THE SWITCH AT WHITTIER NARROWS TREATMENT PLANT
06/07/2002Orlando Utilities Commission Selected to Receive First Nationwide Water Security Grant
06/07/2002EPA AND OMB WORKING TO SPEED THE REDUCTION
OF POLLUTION FROM NONROAD DIESEL ENGINES
06/07/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN AWARDS FIRST NATIONWIDE WATER SECURITY GRANTS AS PART OF $53 MILLION FOR LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES
06/06/2002EPA HONORS 35 WESTERN ENVIRONMENTAL HEROES
06/06/2002EPA and the New England Patriots Cheerleaders Present Awards to Students
06/06/20021. EPA ESTABLISHES ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS CENTER, 2. WHITMAN AWARDS LARGEST TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH GRANT
06/06/2002STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR CHRISTIE WHITMAN ON PRESIDENT’S CREATION OF DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
06/06/2002WHITMAN TO ANNOUNCE FIRST WATER SECURITY GRANTS
06/05/2002Whitman Awards Largest Ever Tribal Research Grant to Swinomish
06/05/2002Court Issues $300,000 Penalty Against Buy Rite of Brooklyn, NY for Violating EPA Underground Storage Tank Regs