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03/30/2001USGS Studies Show Extent of Sediment Contamination and Saltwater Impacts on Charles River
03/30/2001HOUSTON MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FALSELY TESTIFYING
03/30/2001COLORADO EXECUTIVE INDICTED
ON CLEAN WATER ACT CHARGES
03/30/2001CALIFORNIA CATTLE RANCH, OWNER AND FOREMAN INDICTED
03/29/2001EPA ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF THE REMOVAL ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FOR THE JEHL COOPERAGE SITE, MEMPHIS, SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
03/29/2001Rhode Island Metal Plater Pays $20,000 Fine for Environmental Violations
03/29/2001CHICAGO AUCTION AIDS MARKET-BASED
APPROACH TO ACID RAIN REDUCTION
03/28/2001EPA RECOGNIZES FREMONT FACILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM
03/28/2001U.S. EPA PRESENTING MCFARLAND AIR SAMPLING PLAN
03/27/2001EPA Orders Five Parties at Superfund Site to Restore Allendale Dam and Excavate Contaminated Soils and Sediments Near Woonasquatucket River
03/27/2001School in Vermont and N.H. Company Agree to EPA Fine for Asbestos Violations
03/26/2001EPA and DEP to Host Public Meeting on Holtrachem Site
03/26/2001ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN EXTENDS PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON LARGE ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS
03/26/2001MONTANA MAN ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH CLEAN WATER ACT, MONEY LAUNDERING AND FRAUD VIOLATIONS
03/26/2001MISSOURI RESTAURANT, FOUR INDIVIDUALS
INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL DUMPING
03/26/200116 INDICTED IN KENTUCKY
03/26/2001CALIFORNIA MAN GUILTY OF ILLEGAL
HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS DISPOSAL
03/26/2001DELAWARE, NEBRASKA COMPANIES FINED OVER $1 MILLION
03/26/2001EPA CLARIFIES MEANING OF IMPORTED PCB’s
03/26/2001EPA DEVELOPS RESOURCES TO HELP PROTECT CHILDREN
03/26/2001EPA TO STUDY CHILDREN’S EXPOSURE TO PERSISTENT POLLUTANTS
03/23/2001Connecticut Hardware Stores Team Up On Health Campaign to Fight Lead Poisoning
03/22/2001EPA FINES 10 FACILITIES $293,924 FOR WASTE VIOLATIONS; ACTION AIMED AT PROTECTING SCHOOLCHILDREN UNDER THE L.A. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE INITIATIVE
03/22/2001EPA and New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to Begin Work at Ottati and Goss / Kingston Steel Drum Superfund Site
03/22/2001U.S. EPA, CTDEP, AND HAMDEN TOWN OFFICIALS TO HOST NEWHALL STREET NEIGHBORHOOD INFORMATION MEETING
03/21/2001EPA Waives $73,100 Penalty After Company Voluntarily Discloses Chemical Reporting Violations - Through Self-Audits Seven Mid-Atlantic Companies Avoid $547,000 in Penalties
03/21/2001EPA Waives $47,845 Penalty After Company Discloses Chemical Reporting Violations -
Self-Auditing Saves Seven Mid-Atlantic Companies $547,000 in Penalties
03/21/2001EPA Waives $250,536 Penalty After Company Self-Discloses Chemical Reporting Violations
Self Auditing Saves Seven Mid-Atlantic Companies $547,000 in Penalties
03/21/2001EPA Waives $88,400 Penalty After Company Voluntarily Discloses Chemical Reporting Violations
Self Auditing Saves Seven Mid-Atlantic Companies $547,000 in Penalties
03/21/2001EPA Waives $43,498 Penalty After Company
Voluntarily Discloses Chemical Reporting Violations - Self-Auditing Saves Seven Mid-Atlantic Companies $547,000 in Penalties
03/21/2001EPA Waives $547,150 in Penalties for Seven Companies Which Voluntarily Disclosed Chemical Reporting Violations
03/21/2001EPA Waives $21,379 Penalty After Company Voluntarily Discloses Chemical Reporting Violations
Through Self Audits Seven Mid-Atlantic Companies Avoid $547,000 in Penalties
03/21/2001BAY AREA AIR PLAN FAILS TO PROVIDE HEALTHY AIR
03/21/2001CLEAN AIR AGREEMENTS REACHED WITH PETROLEUM REFINERS
03/20/2001Four Companies to Pay $130,000 for Alleged Asbestos Violations at Former Dowingtown Farmers Market
03/20/2001EPA to hold public meeting in Denver to discuss proposed rules for animal feedlots
03/20/2001EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING PROPOSED REGULATIONS TO ADDRESS WATER POLLUTION FROM CONCENTRATED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS
03/20/2001RELOCATING SUBMERGED NSTAR POWER CABLES CLEARS WAY FOR DREDGING CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS IN NEW BEDFORD HARBOR
03/20/2001WHITMAN RECOGNIZES 34 ORGANIZATIONS FOR ENERGY SAVINGS
03/20/2001EPA TO PROPOSE WITHDRAWAL OF ARSENIC IN DRINKING
WATER STANDARD; SEEKS INDEPENDENT REVIEWS
03/20/2001AMENDED PESTICIDE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FILED
03/19/2001Statement of Chuck Findley, Acting Regional Administrator, on Agreement-in-Principle with Coeur D'Alene Mines
03/19/2001EPA to hold public meeting in Denver to discuss proposed rules for animal feedlots
03/19/2001EPA ISSUES RECORD OF DECISION FOR THE FLORIDA PETROLEUM REPROCESSORS SUPERFUND SITE DAVIE, BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA
03/19/2001EPA To Give Grants for Environmental Justice Through Pollution Prevention Applications Can Be Submitted Through April 20
03/19/2001No Immediate Health Risk Found from Asbestos at W.R. Grace Site in Cambridge
03/19/2001EPA PICKS CLEVELAND FOR MODEL AIR PROJECT
03/16/2001EPA Announces Experts Selected to Review Computer Model to Study the Housatonic River
03/16/2001STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR CHRISTIE WHITMAN ON CLIMATE CHANGE
03/16/2001THREE OHIO CITIZENS SENTENCED FOR BRIBERY,
TAX EVASION IN PERMIT SCHEME
03/16/2001MARYLAND COMPANY PRESIDENT PLEADS
GUILTY TO OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
03/16/2001NEW YORK CONSULTANT INDICTED ON
ASBESTOS AND MAIL FRAUD CHARGES
03/16/2001ILLEGAL DRY CLEANING WASTE DISPOSAL SCHEME UNCOVERED
03/16/2001TEXACO CALIFORNIA SUBSIDIARY FINED $4 MILLION
03/15/2001EPA Paves the Way for Redevelopment of Bethlehem Steel Parcel
03/15/2001INDEPENDENT PANEL COMPLETES BIOTECHNOLOGY REPORT
03/15/2001EPA MAKES PLANS TO EASE TRANSITION TO SUMMER FUEL
03/14/2001First Criminal Prosecution in U.S. for Lead Hazard Warnings Required by Lead Hazard Reduction Act of 1992 - Landlord Indicted for Lying About Lead Paint Hazards
03/13/2001Monsanto's Luling, Louisiana, Facility Joins EPA's National Environmental Performance Track Program
03/13/2001Rhode Island Hardware Stores Team Up on Health Campaign to Fight Lead Poisoning
03/13/2001EPA LAUNCHES MEDIA CAMPAIGN TO
PROTECT CHILDREN FROM ASTHMA ATTACKS
03/12/2001EPA Announces Proposed Waiver for Carolina Wastewater Treatment Plant
03/12/2001
EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING THE MARTIN COUNTY COAL CORPORATION SLURRY SPILL
03/12/2001EPA Seeks $54,000 Penalty for Hazardous Waste Violations at Connecticut Facility
03/12/2001Connecticut Company Fined for PCB Violations
03/12/2001Massachusetts Hardware Stores Team Up on Health Campaign to Fight Lead Poisoning
03/09/2001EPA Names Jarvela On-scene Coordinator for Tranguch
03/09/2001WEST VIRGINIAN SENTENCED TO ADDITIONAL JAIL TIME
03/09/2001FORMER CHRYSLER OFFICIAL PLEADS GUILTY
03/09/2001INDIANA COMPANY AND OFFICIALS SENTENCED
03/09/2001FLORIDA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATION
03/09/2001CEO OF MISSISSIPPI COMPANY SENTENCED
03/09/2001NATIONAL RISK COMMUNICATION CONFERENCE PLANNED FOR COMMUNICATORS OF HEALTH RISKS FROM FISH CONTAMINANTS
03/09/2001THOMAS J. GIBSON NAMED AS COUNSEL TO ADMINISTRATOR AND ASSOCIATE ADMINISTRATOR FOR POLICY, ECONOMICS AND INNOVATION
03/09/2001EDWARD KRENIK NAMED AS ASSOCIATE ADMINISTRATOR FOR CONGRESSIONAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
03/09/2001TINA KREISHER NAMED AS ASSOCIATE
ADMINISTRATOR FOR COMMUNICATIONS