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12/28/2001U.S., CALIFORNIA REACH $15 MILLION SETTLEMENT ON CASMALIA
12/28/2001U.S. ANNOUNCES $340 MILLION SETTLEMENT FOR OPERATING INDUSTRIES SUPERFUND SITE
12/27/2001EPA Accepting Applications for Environmental Justice Small Grants
12/26/2001GRANT TO DEVELOP MARKETABLE ENERGY FROM
LANDFILLS IN SEVEN NORTH CAROLINA COUNTIES
12/21/2001EPA Awards Delaware Extra $200,000 for Brownfields Job Training
12/21/2001PRESIDENT BUSH ANNOUNCES NOMINATION OF
LINDA COMBS TO BE EPA CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
12/21/2001BROWNFIELDS COMMUNITIES IN NINE STATES AND
D.C. GET $2 MILLION FOR JOB TRAINING
12/21/2001EPA ISSUES NOTICES OF VIOLATIONS TO FOUR REFINERIES
12/21/2001EPA PLANS NATIONAL COMPLIANCE FORUM, SEEKS SESSIONS PROPOSALS
12/21/2001EPA LAUNCHES NEW E-COMMERCE PORTAL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING
12/21/2001FLEXIBILITY PROVIDED TO REFINERS PRODUCING REFORMULATED AND CONVENTIONAL GASOLINE
12/21/2001EPA MAKES FINAL DECISION ON DIOXIN IN SEWAGE SLUDGE
12/21/2001WHITMAN APPLAUDS SENATE PASSAGE OF BROWNFIELDS LEGISLATION
12/20/2001U.S. ANNOUNCES CLEAN AIR AGREEMENTS WITH CONOCO INC., NAVAJO REFINING CO., AND MONTANA REFINING CO.
12/20/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR TO ANNOUNCE BROWNFIELDS JOB TRAINING GRANTS
12/20/2001WHITMAN PRAISES HOUSE PASSAGE OF BROWNFIELDS LEGISLATION
12/20/2001EPA ORDERS TWO COMPANIES TO STOP SELLING
UNREGISTERED ANTHRAX PESTICIDAL PRODUCTS TO THE PUBLIC
12/19/2001Manchester Man Admits Guilt in Lead Poisoning Case; Plea to Forging Lead Hazard Disclosure Documents is Precedent Setting
12/19/2001EPA New England Announces Creation of Energy and Climate Change Team
12/19/2001Manchester Man Admits Guilty in Lead Poisoning Case; Plea to Forging Lead Hazard Disclosure Documents is Precedent Setting
12/18/2001EPA HOSTS BIOTERRORISM EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FORUM
12/18/2001EPA Recovers Cleanup Costs in Trial Judgment Against Polluters at the Sidney Landfill Superfund Site in Delaware County, New York
12/18/2001EPA Proposes $22,000 Fine for Conn. Company Over Toxic Chemical Reporting Violations
12/17/2001Public Comment Period on Proposed Basin Cleanup Plan Extended for 60 Days
12/17/2001EPA REACHES $225,000 SETTLEMENT WITH FOSTER DAIRY FARMS
12/17/2001EPA Seeks New Technologies for Tackling CSOs, Arsenic and Other Pollution Problems
12/14/2001VEPCO to Pay $600,000 Penalty for Alleged Spill Prevention and Emergency Response Violations
12/14/2001AGENCY REQUESTS NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES INPUT ON CONSIDERATION OF CERTAIN HUMAN TOXICITY STUDIES; ANNOUNCES INTERIM POLICY
12/13/2001EPA Donates Computers to Two Municipal Sewage Plants
12/13/2001U.S. EPA ANNOUNCES $72,000 SLUDGE FINE
12/13/2001United States Announces $11.2 Million Settlement of Hazardous Waste Case Against ExxonMobil
12/13/2001EPA Approves Connecticut's Plan for Complying With Air Pollution Standards
12/13/2001EPA Clears Way to Little League Field for Former Cleanup Site in Gardner
12/13/2001EPA Orders Massachusetts Developer to Comply with Environmental Laws
12/13/2001UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES
$11.2 MILLION SETTLEMENT OF HAZARDOUS
WASTE CASE AGAINST EXXONMOBIL
12/13/2001NORTH CAROLINA OIL REFINERY, THREE INDIVIDUALS INDICTED
12/13/2001CALIFORNIA CATTLE RANCH, OWNER, FOREMAN PLEAD GUILTY
12/13/2001EPA CONFERENCE PROMOTES LANDFILL GAS AS RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE
12/13/2001PANEL OF SCIENTIFIC EXPERTS SUBMIT REPORT ON CCA-TREATED WOOD
12/12/2001United States, Colorado, Shattuck settle
12/12/2001EPA to Modify Cleanup Plan for Arsenic-Contaminated Soil at Superfund Site in Vineland, New Jersey
12/11/2001At Event Today, Administrator Whitman and Mayor Giuliani Formally Open EPA's Winterized Indoor Wash Station for WTC Workers; 31,000 Sq. Foot Facility Provides Worker and Equipment Washdowns, Food, Break Area
12/11/2001EPA Recovering More of its Cleanup Costs at National Oil Services Superfund Site in West Haven, Conn.
12/11/2001NOTE TO EDITORS AND REPORTERS
12/10/2001U.S. Settles Claims At Pennsylvania Superfund Site - Defendants to Perform Cleanup & Reimburse Government
12/10/2001Motiva Settles Hazardous Waste Violations at Del. City Refinery
12/10/2001US EPA and Massachusetts DEP Conclude Initial Phase of Cleanup at Site of Interstate 195 Gasoline Spill
12/10/2001EPA Seeks Nominations for Annual Environmental Merit Awards
12/10/2001New Bedford receives $352,000 grant to monitor and restore water quality on Acushnet River
12/07/2001U.S. EPA ANNOUNCES PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR BAY AREA EMISSIONS
12/06/2001Site Owner in Emmaus, Pa. Agrees to Implement Superfund Cleanup Plan
12/06/2001EPA HELPS FUND RECYCLING PROGRAM IN HAWAI'I
12/06/2001NEW HAMPSHIRE MEN CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL SEWAGE DISCHARGE
12/06/2001CONNECTICUT COMPANY TO PAY $3 MILLION FOR WATER VIOLATIONS
12/06/2001PBT PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS REPORT RELEASED
12/06/2001CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR COMMERCIALIZATION
OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
12/06/2001POLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS AWARDED THROUGHOUT U.S.
12/05/2001Former Employee of Virginia Concrete Company Pleaded Guilty to Clean Water Act Crime
12/05/2001EPA Honors Three Organizations for Energy Efficiency Under the Energy Star Program
12/05/2001International Conference to Discuss Counter-Terrorism, Emergency Preparedness
12/05/2001EPA PROPOSES PLANS TO REDUCE TRASH IN LA RIVER, BALLONA CREEK
12/05/2001One Maine business and two Maine water suppliers recognized for protection efforts
12/05/2001Asthma Group Announces Plan to Reduce Childhood Asthma
12/04/2001Wheeling Settles EPA Complaint for Alleged Underground Storage Tank Violations
12/04/2001Monroe County, Pa. Goes Green
12/04/2001EPA FINES YUMA AUTOMOTIVE CENTER $24,200 FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATIONS
12/04/2001EPA Releases Hudson River Record of Decision
12/04/2001EPA RELEASES HUDSON RIVER RECORD OF DECISION
12/04/2001CUMULATIVE PESTICIDE RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES DEVELOPED; PRELIMINARY REPORT RELEASED FOR ORGANOPHOSPHATES
12/03/2001Shell to Pay $350,000 Penalty for Environmental Release, Explosion
12/03/2001’Tis the Season ... to Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector in Your Home
12/03/2001Whitman Puts Plan to Preserve Long Island’s Peconic Bay into Effect
12/03/2001EPA Region 2 Gets New Regional Administrator; Official Swearing-In Today for Jane M. Kenny
12/03/2001EPA Awards $363,257 Grant to Somerville for Mystic River Project
12/03/2001$20 BILLION EMISSION TRADING MARKET GOES ONLINE
12/02/2001SENATE HART BUILDING DECONTAMINATION PROGRESSING
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