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11/30/2001U.S. and Virginia Settle with Honeywell International, Inc. Over Alleged Environmental Violations
11/30/2001EPA salutes St. George man at Utah Water Summit
11/30/2001Belmont Electroplater Agrees to Establish Environmental Management Systems to Ensure Compliance with Environmental Requirements
11/29/2001School Taking Advantage of Innovative EPA Self-Audit Policy; Rutgers is First University in Nation to Do Voluntary Audit Under Agreement with EPA
11/29/2001Boston Lead Summit Draws Legislators, Policy Makers, and Community Leaders Boston's Goal: First City in the Nation to End Children Lead Poisoning
11/29/2001NELSON CONFIRMED AS EPA’S CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
11/29/2001COLORADO COMPANY OWNER SENTENCED FOR WASTE VIOLATION
11/29/2001LOUISIANA TOWING COMPANIES AND PRESIDENT SENTENCED
11/29/2001FLORIDA COMPANY FINED FOR VIOLATING THE CLEAN WATER ACT
11/29/2001IOWA COMPANY, CEO PLEAD GUILTY TO VIOLATING CLEAN WATER ACT
11/29/2001CRACKDOWN CONTINUES ON FALSE LAB REPORTS SCHEME
11/29/2001EPA LAUNCHES NEW E-COMMERCE PORTAL
FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING
11/29/2001PESTICIDE DIALOGUE COMMITTEE WILL MEET
11/29/2001CHEMICAL SECURITY PREPAREDNESS SEMINARS SCHEDULED
11/29/2001FLEXIBILITY GRANTED TO UNITED REFINING
TO PRODUCE LOW SULFUR GASOLINE
11/29/2001PROPOSAL TO EASE TRANSITION FROM WINTER TO
SUMMER GRADE CLEANER-BURNING GASOLINE
11/28/2001EPA HONORS 31 WESTERN ENVIRONMENTAL HEROES
11/28/2001EPA Charges PRASA and Compaņia de Aguas with Thousands of Violations at Six Treatment Plants; Seeking $616,943 in Penalties for Clean Water Act Violations
11/28/2001EPA Recovers $230 Thousand More in Cleanup Costs from Owner of Former Tronic Plating Superfund Site in Farmingdale, Long Island
11/27/2001U.S. Sues Galax, Va. For Clean Water Act Violations
11/27/2001EPA Settles with Town of Natick over Environmental Violations
11/27/2001Brown University and EPA Settle Enforcement Case; Innovative Environmental Projects for Providence High Schools Part of Agreement
11/27/2001WHITMAN ANNOUNCES REORGANIZATION OF EPA OMBUDSMAN OFFICE
11/26/2001EPA Settles Dairy Waste Case in McMinnville
11/26/2001THOMAS P. DUNNE APPOINTED AS EPA
ASSOCIATE ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR
11/21/2001Lebanon, NH Wastewater Treatment Facility receives National EPA OandM Award
11/21/2001EPA and Mass DEP Propose Permit for Marlborough Wastewater Treatment Plant
11/20/2001Borough of Tyrone Receives $760,200 Grant From EPA
11/20/2001Tazewell County Awarded a $712,500 EPA Grant for Wastewater Treatment in Amonate
11/20/2001Brooke County Public Service District Receives Grant for Extension of Sanitary Sewer System
11/20/2001EPA awards $435,500 grant to Bedford Township to upgrade upgrade water system
11/20/2001EPA Provides $363,900 Grant to Houtzdale to Replace Sewer and Drinking Water Lines
11/20/2001Dickson City Gets EPA Grant for Sewer Improvements
11/20/2001EPA Awards $11.2 Million Grant for D.C. Drinking Water Project
11/20/2001CALTRANS AGREES TO PAY $137,500 FOR WATER POLLUTION VIOLATIONS
11/20/2001All Cleanup Measures in Place at Robintech, Inc./National Pipe Company Federal Superfund Site in Town of Vestal, New York
11/20/2001NATION’S SECOND LARGEST HOG PRODUCER
REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH U.S. & CITIZEN’S GROUP
11/19/2001$22 MILLION HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE GRANT TO 22 UNIVERSITIES; 30 PERCENT OF MONEY MUST ASSIST LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES
11/19/2001Public Meeting to Discuss Progress on Exide Cleanup
11/19/2001Plain N’ Fancy Kitchens Settles EPA Complaint Alleging Toxic Chemical Reporting Violations
11/19/2001EPA ISSUES REVISED LIST OF POLLUTED WATERS IN HAWAII
11/19/2001Anchor Glass Container Corporation Agrees to Pay $43,400 Penalty for Violating PCB Rules at Plants in New Jersey and New York
11/19/2001EPA AWARDS CONTRACTS FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSES
11/16/2001International Conference to Discuss Counter-Terrorism, Emergency Preparedness
11/16/2001EPA Administrator Praises Goals of New Children's Environmental Health Center at Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute
11/16/2001EPA Administrator Looks to Telecommunications Industry for Increased Energy Efficiency Opportunities
11/16/2001ENERGY STARŪ to Help Homeowners Seal Their Homes and Lower Winter Energy Bills (RI)
11/16/2001ENERGY STARŪ to Help Homeowners Seal Their Homes and Lower Winter Energy Bills (Mass.)
11/16/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO ANNOUNCE MONDAY $22 MILLION IN HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESEARCH GRANTS TO 22 UNIVERSITIES
11/16/2001EPA Administrator Looks to Telecommunications Industry for Increased Energy Efficiency Opportunities
11/15/2001OHIO COMPANY, EXECUTIVES SENTENCED FOR FALSIFYING TEST RESULTS
11/15/2001WHITMAN PRAISES WASTEWISE PROGRAM PARTNER AWARDEES
11/15/2001EPA STUDY SHOWS ECONOMIC BOOST FROM RECYCLING
11/15/2001MARYLAND COMPANY, OWNER, EMPLOYEE CHARGED IN PESTICIDE SPILL
11/15/2001State, Federal, Local and Tribal Agencies Partners in Cleanup Project
11/15/2001AMERICA RECYCLES DAY
11/15/2001EPA Grants $48,000 for State Effort to Reduce Plumbers' Use of Mercury Equipment
11/15/2001EPA Orders Haverhill to Revise Plan for Reducing Flow of Sewage into the Merrimack River
11/15/2001EPA Announces Settlement with Nearly 500 Potentially Responsible Parties at Plaistow, N.H. Superfund Site
11/15/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR LAUNCHES NEW ENERGY STAR RATING TOOL FOR HOSPITALS, HONORS FIRST HOSPITALS TO EARN ENERGY STAR LABEL
11/14/2001SETTLEMENT FUNDS CONSERVATION PROJECT IN SIERRA COUNTY, CALIF.
11/13/2001BATON ROUGE, EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH TO MAKE MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS TO SEWER SYSTEM UNDER CLEAN WATER AGREEMENT WITH U.S. & LOUISIANA
11/13/2001U.S. and Allegheny Power Settle Clean Water Act Case Related to 1998 Oil Spill in Pleasants Co., W. Va.
11/13/2001Water Quality Study and Public Outreach on Assabet River Kicks Off With $350,000 EPA Grant
11/09/2001Anne Arundel County Receives National Environmental Award for Beneficial Use of Biosolids
11/09/2001MAYORS OF DOUGLAS, ARIZONA, AND AGUA PRIETA, SONORA, MEXICO,
SIGN BORDER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
11/09/2001SPRINT VOLUNTARILY AUDITS l,100
FACILITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS
11/09/2001FORMER MICHIGAN TREATMENT PLANT DIRECTOR SENTENCED
11/09/2001INDIANA GUIDE CORP. FINED FOR POLLUTING WHITE RIVER
11/09/2001OHIO MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ILLEGAL ASBESTOS DISPOSAL
11/09/2001HOUSTON MAN CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL DISCHARGES FROM BARGES
11/09/2001CALIFORNIA SUPERVISOR OF NINE TREATMENT PLANTS PLEADS GUILTY
11/09/2001CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR COMMERCIALIZATION
OF DRINKING WATER TECHNOLOGIES
11/09/2001EPA POLLUTION PREVENTION POCKETBOOK ANSWERS:
"WHY SHOULD YOU CARE ABOUT PREVENTING WASTE?"
11/09/2001REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2002 RCRA NATIONAL MEETING
11/09/2001CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR COMMERCIALIZATION
OF MERCURY DETECTION AND REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES
11/09/2001THIRTY-ONE RCRA SHOWCASE PILOTS CHOSEN
11/09/2001EPA SETS FINAL STANDARDS FOR NEW INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES TO PREVENT FISH KILLS FROM COOLING WATER
11/08/2001WHITMAN PRESENTA CAMPAŅA PUBLICA PARA ESTIMULAR EL USO EFICIENTE DE LA ENERGIA A TRAVES DE ENERGY STAR™
11/08/2001EPA Proposes Fine for Clean Air Act Violations by Cumberland Farms
11/08/2001National Semiconductor Agrees to $220,000 Settlement for Hazardous Waste Violations at South Portland, Maine Facility
11/08/2001EPA Closes Hazardous Waste Storage Case in Johnston, R.I
11/08/2001MAJOR PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN ENCOURAGES CHANGE TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY THROUGH ENERGY STAR
11/07/2001Federal Criminal Charges Filed Against Two Maryland Men