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07/31/2001Government and Refinery Industry Workgroup Reports Methods to Reduce Air Pollution
07/31/2001Connecticut Pesticide Company Pays EPA Fine for Reporting Violations

07/31/2001Whitman Swears In Robert Varney as EPA New England's Regional Administrator
07/31/2001EPA Administrator Whitman Meets With New England Performance Track Companies
07/30/2001Environmental Education Benefits From $190K in Federal Grants
07/30/2001Tougher New Regulations For Seafood Processors
07/30/2001Ecological Restoration Needed to Revive Highlands
07/30/2001EPA FINALIZES GROUNDWATER CLEANUP PLAN FOR AEROJET SITE
07/30/2001Xerox Settles with EPA on Charges It Failed to Monitor Equipment for Air Emissions; Will Pay $74,000 and Certify It is Now in Compliance
07/30/2001EPA Administrator Announces Expansion of Energy Star Program to Supermarkets
07/30/2001MISSOURI POULTRY FIRM RECEIVES $5 MILLION
ENERGY PROJECT GRANT FROM EPA
07/30/2001EPA, FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES, OTHER GROUPS ADVANCE GREEN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL POWER GENERATION
07/27/2001MT State and Tribal environmental leaders recognized by EPA
07/27/2001EPA honors Wyoming environmental leaders
07/27/2001EPA recognizes SD leaders in environmental protection
07/27/2001EPA recognizes North Dakotan's environmental achievements
07/27/2001EPA presents awards for environmental achievements in Utah
07/27/2001GREEN DIESEL ENGINE TECHNOLOGY MEETS EPA RULE FOR CLEANER DIESEL TRUCKS AND BUSES
07/27/2001SCIENTIFIC REPORT ON STARLINK CORN AVAILABLE
07/27/2001MONTANA DEVELOPER CONVICTED OF CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
07/27/2001TENNESSEE COMPANY, TWO OFFICIALS SENTENCED
FOR WASTE VIOLATION
07/27/2001MICHIGAN MAN INDICTED ON CONSPIRACY,
ILLEGAL MONETARY TRANSACTION, FALSE STATEMENT CHARGES
07/27/2001INDIANA MAN PLEADS TO DUMPING GASOLINE INTO SEWER
07/27/2001COLORADO BUSINESSMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO
ILLEGAL WASTE DISPOSAL
07/27/2001ALCOA SUBSIDIARY IN LOUISIANA PLEADS GUILTY
07/27/2001EPA TO HOST INTERNATIONAL HAZMAT SPILLS PREVENTION CONFERENCE
07/27/2001EPA CALLS FOR REPORTS OF GROUND WATER
CONTAMINATION BY HYDRAULIC FRACTURING
07/27/2001
EPA RELEASES NEW DATA FOR COMMENT ON COAL REMINING
07/27/2001PRESIDENT BUSH INTENDS TO NOMINATE EPA
ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR
07/26/2001EPA Awards $4.85 Million Grant for Three Rivers Wet Weather Program
07/26/2001EPA, NAVY SIGN PACT ON ALAMEDA AIR STATION CLEANUP
07/26/2001EPA salutes Coloradans' environmental work
07/26/2001THREE ADDITIONAL COMPANIES PUT ON NOTICE FOR NUCLEAR METALS CLEANUP
07/26/2001BP AMOCO AND INTERNATIONAL TRUCK AND ENGINE
RECOGNIZED BY EPA FOR CLEANER TECHNOLOGY
07/25/2001EPA FINES ALASKA AIRLINES $84,500
07/25/2001U.S. EPA BEGINS DIGGING AT FIRST HOUSE ON KENWOOD AVENUE
07/25/2001U.S. EPA BEGINS DIGGING AT FIRST HOUSE ON KENWOOD AVENUE-- (REVISED)
07/25/2001EPA to Host Centredale Manor Restoration Open House
07/25/2001PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING ON SHPACK LANDFILL TO BE POSTPONED
07/24/2001Waste settlement boosts "hazmat" truck for Sterling
07/24/2001University of Virgin Islands Environmental Education Project Gets Big Boost from EPA; Project Receives More than 14,000 in Funding from EPA
07/24/2001Colegio Universitario del Este Environmental Education Project Gets Big Boost from EPA; Project Receives Nearly $25,000 in Funding from EPA
07/24/2001Environmental Education Projects in New Jersey Get Big Boost from EPA; Nine Projects in New Jersey Receive More than $52,000 in Funding from EPA
07/24/2001Environmental Education Projects in New York Get Big Boost from EPA; Eleven Projects Throughout the State Receive More than $98,000 in Funding From EPA
07/23/2001U.S. EPA ISSUES WATER POLLUTION PERMIT TO LARGE ARIZONA ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS
07/23/2001Richards Fuel Oil Pays $94,000 in Penalties for Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Violations; Will Pay for Necessary Cleanup at Somerville Site
07/23/2001As NYC Agrees to Increased Protection of Catskill/Delaware Drinking Water, EPA Proposes Relief from Designing Filtration; Public Comments Welcome
07/23/2001Poor Air Quality Predicted for All Six New England States for Monday, July 23 and Tuesday July 24
07/23/2001EPA Begins Cleanup Work at Former Cranston Electroplating Company
07/20/2001La Administradora Christine Todd Whitman de La Agencia de Protección Ambiental de los EE.UU. Seis Meses de Progreso Ambiental
07/20/2001EPA Cites Chemical Equipment Labs For Hazardous Chemical Reporting Violations
07/20/2001Croda, Inc. To Pay $225,000 Penalty for Alleged Toxic Chemical Reporting Violations
07/20/2001EPA Continues Efforts Against Unregistered "Antibacterial" Products; Two New Jersey Companies Charged with Making Improper Claims
07/20/2001Poor Air Quality Predicted for Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Southern Vermont for Sunday, July 22
07/20/2001EPA Orders General Electric to Clean Milford, NH Superfund Site
07/20/2001UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN, ADMINISTRATOR, SIX MONTHS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRESS
JANUARY 20 TO JULY 20, 2001
07/20/2001EPA PROPOSES NO DISCHARGE ZONE DESIGNATION FOR
THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
07/19/2001Lancaster, Pa. Chrome Plater Agrees to Comply with Environmental Regulations
07/19/2001TENNESSEE BUSINESSMEN SENTENCED FOR
HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATION
07/19/2001WORKSHOP SCHEDULED FOR NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF AGRICULTURAL WORKER PROTECTION PROGRAM
07/19/2001EPA SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON ARSENIC IN DRINKING WATER
07/19/2001PLANT-INCORPORATED PROTECTANT RULES AFFIRMED BY ADMINISTRATION; COMMENTS INVITED ON SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE AND REPORT
07/19/2001US ENERGY STAR HEADS NORTH FOR CANADIAN DEBUT;
COUNTRIES ANNOUNCE AGREEMENT TO PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENCY
07/18/2001EPA Issued Complaint to PRASA for Bypasses of Puerto Nuevo Plant; PRASA Ordered to Immediately Comply; Faces Penalties of up to $137,500
07/18/2001EPA Designates Three Bays Area in Barnstable as a "No-Discharge Area"
07/18/2001US EPA AND CANADA TO ANNOUNCE ENERGY STAR AGREEMENT
07/17/2001PREPA Signs $1 Million Contract with UPR Graduate School of Public Health to Monitor Compliance with EPA Consent Decree
07/17/2001PRESS ADVISORY: EPA To Designate Three Bays Area in Barnstable a "No-Discharge Zone
07/17/2001EPA AWARDS GRANT TO REDUCE AIR EMISSIONS
FROM IDLING DIESEL ENGINES
07/17/2001EPA AWARDS CLEAN AIR ACT GRANT TO ENHANCE
ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN EL PASO AREA BUILDINGS
07/17/2001PLANT-INCORPORATED PROTECTANTS
REVISED ASSESSMENT RELEASED
07/16/2001WHITMAN PLEDGES TO IMPROVE
IMPAIRED WATERS RULE
07/16/2001EPA Cites City of Wheeling for Underground Storage Tank Violations
07/16/2001U.S. EPA SETTLES CLEAN AIR CASE WITH TEXACO IN KERN COUNTY
07/16/2001Bridgeport Petroleum Terminal Settles With EPA Over Clean Air Act Violations
07/16/2001Experts Agree Northeast Can Achieve Air Quality Improvements While Meeting Growing Energy Demands
07/16/2001Public invited to Comment About Rules On Air Emissions from Power Plants and Industries
07/15/2001EPA Administrator to Hold Energy Town Meeting in Eastern Connecticut
07/13/2001Easton Area School District Settles Case Over Alleged Violations of Asbestos Management Regulations
07/13/2001EPA, ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS AND MASSACHUSETTS DEP TO HOLD PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING ON SHPACK LANDFILL