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04/30/2002EPA RENEWS HAZARDOUS WASTE PERMIT FOR AIR FORCE ON JOHNSTON ATOLL
04/30/2002EPA Region 2 Administrator Jane M. Kenny Honors Environmental Achievements in New Jersey
04/30/2002EPA Region 2 Administrator Jane M. Kenny Honors Environmental Achievements in New York
04/30/2002EPA Region 2 Administrator Jane M. Kenny Honors Environmental Achievements in U.S. Virgin Islands
04/30/2002EPA Region 2 Administrator Jane M. Kenny Honors Environmental Achievements in Puerto Rico
04/30/2002WHITMAN TO DISCUSS NEED FOR STRONG SCIENCE IN EPA REGULATORY PROCESS AT “SCIENCE FORUM 2002" KEYNOTE ADDRESS
04/29/2002LUKE AIR FORCE BASE COMPLETES CLEANUP
04/29/2002EPA Grants Waiver for Carolina Wastewater Treatment Plant
04/29/2002JCI Jones Chemicals Inc. to Clean Up Superfund Site in Caledonia, New York Under Court Settlement
04/29/2002EPA BEGINS LEAD REMOVAL IN ANNISTON, ALABAMA
04/26/2002United States and Maryland Reach Agreement With Baltimore to Overhaul Sewer System, Stop Sewage Overflows
04/26/2002EPA ISSUES EMERGENCY PERMIT FOR DETONATION OF MUNITIONS IN CNMI
04/26/2002EPA APPROVES MOBILE BAY NATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM COMPREHENSIVE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN
04/26/2002Hundreds of Municipal Facilities Participating in EPA-NE Environmental Audit Program - Vermont
04/26/2002Hundreds of Municipal Facilities Participating in EPA-NE Environmental Audit Program - Rhode Island
04/26/2002Hundreds of Municipal Facilities Participating in EPA-NE Environmental Audit Program - Maine
04/26/2002Hundreds of Municipal Facilities Participating in EPA-NE Environmental Audit Program - Massachusetts
04/26/2002Hundreds of Municipal Facilities Participating in EPA-NE Environmental Audit Program - New Hampshire
04/26/2002Hundreds of Municipal Facilities Participating in EPA-NE Environmental Audit Program - Connecticut
04/26/2002EPA AND U.S. ATTORNEY ANNOUNCE $3.375 MILLION ENFORCEMENT SETTLEMENT THAT WILL IMPROVE AIR QUALITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN BOSTON
04/26/2002UNITED STATES AND MARYLAND REACH AGREEMENT WITH BALTIMORE TO OVERHAUL SEWER SYSTEM, STOP SEWAGE OVERFLOWS
04/25/2002Oregon Radiator Repair Company, Former Manager Sentenced
04/25/2002Environmental Fugitive From Seattle Taken into Custody
04/25/2002Ciccone Excavating Inc. Settles EPA Complaint Alleging Wetlands Violations in Palmyra
04/25/2002EPA Waives $539,653 in Penalties After Six Companies in Pennsylvania and Virginia Self-Disclose Environmental Violations
04/25/2002EPA Administrator Focuses on Asthma Education and Prevention During Visit to Local School
04/25/2002WHITMAN APPLAUDS EFFORTS OF WESTERN STATES AND TRIBES TO IMPROVE SCENIC VISTAS IN NATIONAL PARKS
04/25/20021. PUBLIC FORUM NEXT WEEK WILL HIGHLIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 2. NEARLY $4 MILLION IN GRANTS AWARDED FOR WILDLIFE RESEARCH, 3. CARNIVAL CORP. TO PAY $18 MILLION FOR OIL POLLUTION AT SEA, 4. FORMER NEW JERSEY COMPANY OFFICIAL INDICTED IN TESTING SCHEME, 5. CONNECTICUT MAN, COMPANY CHARGED ON THREE ASBESTOS COUNTS, 6. CORPORATION, OWNER SENTENCED IN FLORIDA CAR IMPORT CASE, 7. ENVIRONMENTAL FUGITIVE FROM SEATTLE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY, 8. OREGON RADIATOR REPAIR COMPANY, FORMER MANAGER SENTENCED
04/24/2002EPA GRANT HELPS NON-PROFIT REDUCE 3,800 TONS OF LANDFILL WASTE
04/24/2002EPA Administrator Christie Whitman to Visit Local School to Discuss Asthma Program
04/24/2002EPA Administrator Christie Whitman to Speak at WGA’s 2nd Environmental Summit
04/24/2002EPA Regional Administrator Celebrates Earth Day Teaching Kids About the Importance of Water Conservation
04/24/2002EPA Administrator Recognizes Top Environmental Performers, including 33 from New England
04/24/2002EPA Administrator Christie Whitman to Speak at WGA’s 2nd Environmental Summit
04/24/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR KICKS OFF PERFORMANCE TRACK EVENT, ANNOUNCES KEY ACTIONS TO SUPPORT LEADERSHIP PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING FACILITIES
04/23/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO SPEAK AT ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL OF STATES RECEPTION
04/23/2002EPA Administrator Christie Whitman to Visit Local School to Discuss Asthma Program
04/23/2002Salisbury Settles Clean Water Act Case with EPA
04/23/200216 New England Companies/Organizations Join EPA's Commuter Choice Program; Purdue Pharma in Stamford Among 5 Participants from Connecticut
04/23/200216 New England Companies/Organizations Join EPA's Commuter Choice Program; Harvard University Among 8 Participants from Massachusetts
04/23/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO RECOGNIZE TOP PERFORMERS AT 2002 NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE TRACK MEMBERS EVENT
04/23/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO TOUR UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ASTHMA UNIT
04/22/2002EPA Regional Administrator Celebrates Earth Day Teaching Kids About the Importance of Water Conservation
04/22/2002The United States' Intent to Lodge Settlement for Comprehensive Study of PCB Contamination in Anniston, Alabama
04/19/2002Pennsylvania Middle School Environmental Club Recognized for Environmental Excellence
04/19/2002EPA Announces Grant Opportunity
04/19/2002DC CIRCUIT UPHOLDS WATER POLLUTION DISCHARGE
LIMITATIONS FOR PULP AND PAPER MILLS
04/19/20021. EPA COMPLETES SIX-YEAR REVIEW OF EXISTING DRINKING WATER REGULATIONS, 2. REGIONAL GRANT FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR STATES AND TRIBES TO DEVELOP PESTICIDE RISK REDUCTION PROGRAM, 3. TWO NEW JERSEY MEN INDICTED IN DEATH OF RECYCLING WORKER, 4. TWO NEW YORK MEN INDICTED ON ASBESTOS CHARGES
04/18/2002El Presidente Bush y la Administradora Whitman ofrecen Homenaje en la Casa Blanca a Jóvenes Defensores del Medio Ambiente
04/18/2002President's Environmental Youth Award Winners Announced -- Lubbock Youth Wins National Recognition
04/18/2002Earth Day 2002 - How are you celebrating the protection of our earth?
04/18/2002CORPS, EPA SET REQUIREMENTS FOR RESTART OF TANAPAG PCB TREATMENT
04/18/2002MESA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD WINNER
04/18/2002EPA FINES CALNEV $204,396 FOR AIR POLLUTION VIOLATIONS
04/18/2002Pawcatuck, CT School Receives Presidential Environmental Youth Award
04/18/2002EPA Administrator Christie Whitman to Tour Asthma Unit at
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
El Presidente Bush y la Administradora Whitman ofrecen Homenaje en la Casa Blanca a Jóvenes Defensores del Medio Ambiente
04/18/2002PRESIDENT BUSH, WHITMAN HONOR YOUNG
ENVIRONMENTALISTS AT WHITE HOUSE
04/17/2002PRESIDENT BUSH AND EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO RECOGNIZE YOUNG ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS AT WHITE HOUSE CEREMONY
04/16/2002EPA SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE PROPOSED CLEANUP PLAN AT THE MACALLOY CORPORATION SUPERFUND SITE IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
04/16/2002EPA Settles Clean Air Act Case with Martha's Vineyard Company
04/15/2002EPA FINES CHEVRON $65,000 FOR POLLUTING WATER AT HONOLULU HARBOR
04/15/2002EPA Announces Energy Efficiency Program for New England Building Owners
04/12/2002EPA and Danbury, Conn. Settle Clean Air Act Case
04/12/2002WHITMAN PLEASED WITH JUDGE’S DISMISSAL RELOCATION PROCEEDS, ALLOWING FOR GREATER INDEPENDENCE OF OMBUDSMAN
04/11/2002U.S. EPA SETTLES WITH TWO PARTIES FOR $1.6 MILLION CASH IN BALDWIN PARK CLEANUP
04/11/2002FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS EIGHT MONTEREY COUNTY WATER COMPANIES INTO RECEIVERSHIP
04/11/2002EPA and New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Complete Wetlands Restoration at Ottati and Goss / Kingston Steel Drum Superfund Site
04/11/2002PRESS ADVISORY - EPA's LATEST DEVELOPMENTS
04/11/2002PRESIDENT BUSH SENDS THE STOCKHOLM CONVENTION ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS TO SENATE FOR RATIFICATION; SUBMITS LEGISLATION TO CONGRESS TO IMPLEMENT TREATY
04/10/2002WHITMAN AND ROCK TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE
ON POPS TREATY AND IMPLEMENTATION
04/09/2002Most public water systems in compliance
04/09/2002Jeffco Open School receives the 2001 President's Environmental Youth Award
04/09/2002EPA Chooses Fort Edward as Home for New Hudson River Field Office; Office Will Serve as Base for Upper Hudson Community Involvement Activities
04/09/2002EPA RETURNS TO NEWHALL STREET NEIGHBORHOOD IN HAMDEN, CT
04/09/2002EPA TO CLEAN SHIP GRAVEYARD AREA
04/08/2002Skykomish High Students Win President’s Environmental Youth Award For Skykomish River Video Project
04/08/2002Developer to restore wetland, pay fine
04/05/2002In Settlement of Environmental Charges, Queens, N.Y. Dry Cleaner to Pay Penalty and Install "Cleaner" Technology