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05/31/2001EPA Expands Sewer Replacement
05/31/2001Archbald Receives Grant to Improve Sewer System
05/31/2001D.C. Service Station To Pay Penalty To Settle Alleged Underground Storage Tank Violations
05/31/2001A Roundup of Recent News Items in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.V.I.; Arecibo, Puerto Rico; Pharmacia and Upjohn Caribe Charged with Filing Late Information about Toxic Releases
05/31/2001EPA Announces Proposed Waiver for Puerto Nuevo and Bayamon Wastewater Treatment Plants
05/31/2001EPA to Hold Free Workshops for Tank Owners and Others on Improving Environmental Compliance in the Virgin Islands; Underground Storage Tanks – #1 Source of Groundwater Pollution – to Be Main Topic
05/31/2001100 Students From Maine Get Art and Poetry Awards from EPA
05/31/2001FORMER FLORIDA RESIDENTS SENTENCED
FOR VIOLATIONS DEALING WITH ILLEGAL IMPORT OF FREON
05/31/2001PUBLIC MEETING PLANNED TO DISCUSS CCA-TREATED WOOD
05/31/2001EPA/NSF "BEYOND COMPLIANCE" WORKSHOP
05/31/2001FEDERAL AGENCIES ANNOUNCE NEW STUDIES
OF FEDERAL REMEDIATION PROJECTS
05/30/2001Oakland Resident Chosen EPA Inspector of the Year
05/30/2001U.S. Reaches Settlement of Cleanup Costs at Ainsworth Paint and Chemical Superfund Site in Baltimore
05/30/2001University of District of Columbia Settles Complaint over Hazardous Waste Violations
05/30/2001Beckley Woman Selected as Inspector of the Year
05/30/2001EPA Administrator Whitman Tours Arizona Facilities, Touts Energy Policy
05/30/2001Federal Government Sues PRASA and Compaņia de Aguas for Clean Water Act Violations; PRASA and Compaņia de Aguas Face Substantial Penalties for Unlawful Discharges of Raw Sewage throughout the Island
05/30/2001Bring on the Heat! The Beaches Are Better than Ever; EPA’s Beach Surveillance Helicopter Takes Up Its Summer Vigil
05/30/2001More than 100 Rhode Island Students Get Art and Poetry Awards from EPA
05/30/2001More than 55 Vermont Students To Receive Art and Poetry Awards from EPA
05/30/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN FURTHER PROTECTS DRINKING WATER
05/29/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TOURS APS SOLAR TEST AND RESEARCH CENTER WITH GOV. HULL IN ARIZONA HIGHLIGHTS PRESIDENT'S ENERGY PLAN
05/29/2001EPA SETTLES TOXIC CHEMICAL REPORTING CASE WITH AES HAWAII
05/29/2001EPA PUTS ARMY ON NOTICE FOR STARMET CLEANUP
05/29/2001EPA Begins Cleanup of PCB Contaminated Sand and Gravel in Meddybemps, ME
05/29/2001Tackling CSOs is Key Component of Restoring the Connecticut River
05/29/2001WHITMAN HELPS STATES IMPROVE SCENIC VISTAS IN NATIONAL PARKS
05/25/2001EPA Administrator Releases Funds for Beaches
05/25/2001With Summer Approaching, EPA Offers Rhode Island $57,000 to Monitor Coastal Beaches
05/25/2001With Summer Approaching, EPA Offers New Hampshire $57,000 to Monitor Coastal Beaches
05/25/2001With Summer Approaching, EPA Offers Massachusetts $57,000 to Monitor Coastal Beaches
05/25/2001U.S. SENATE CONFIRMS LINDA J. FISHER AS EPA DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR
05/25/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR RELEASES FUNDS FOR BEACHES
05/25/2001MICHIGAN MAN CONVICTED FOR VIOLATING CLEAN WATER ACT
05/25/2001CONDITIONAL REGISTRATION FOR NEW BT CORN PRODUCT
05/23/2001U.S. SIGNS CONVENTION ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
05/23/2001STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN ABOUT
NOMINATIONS SENT TO THE FULL SENATE
05/23/2001EPA Gives Ocean Waters a Clean Bill of Health
05/23/2001U.S. EPA, AUSTIN PLASTICS SETTLE RIGHT-TO-KNOW CASE FOR $10,529
05/23/2001More than 100 New Hampshire Students Get Art and Poetry Awards from EPA
05/23/2001EPA Designates "No Discharge Area" Off Coast of Cape Cod
05/23/2001Connecticut Businesses and Water Suppliers Recognized for Protecting Drinking Water
05/23/2001EPA to Remove Salem Acres Site From Superfund List
05/22/2001EPA, ADEQ SETTLE WITH BLACK MESA PIPELINE FOR $128,000
05/21/2001EPA and Army Settle Fort Lewis Underground Storage Tank Case
05/21/2001EPA Seeks $412,500 in Penalties for Wetlands and Storm Water Violations
05/21/2001Renowned author James Kunstler to speak at Connecticut meeting on water pollution
05/18/2001Bogus Basin Ski Resort Faces Proposed $7,200 Penalty for Leaking Oil Storage Tank
05/18/2001EPA Seeks Public Input on New York City Drinking Water Decision; Agency is Seeking Input from the Public as it Evaluates the Future of the City’s Ability to Avoid Filtering Cat/Del
05/17/2001EPA Gets $8.5 Million Settlement for Cleanup of Route 52 Superfund Site
05/17/2001EPA Reaches Agreement with IBM to Perform Cleanup Work at Ground Water Contamination Site in East Fishkill
05/17/2001EPA Approves NY and NJ Plans to Reduce Smog-Forming Chemicals
05/17/2001EPA Finalizes Plan to Clean Up St. Croix Alumina Contamination; Work Set to Begin
05/16/2001PHOENIX MEETS ONE-HOUR OZONE NATIONAL HEALTH STANDARD
05/16/2001WHITMAN SUPPORTS SMALL BUSINESS LIABILITY PROTECTION ACT
05/15/2001EPA’s Ozone Media Kit Helps Get the Word Out Easier
05/15/2001Septic Hauler Pleads Guilty to Illegal Dumping in Virginia
05/15/2001Sewer Line Bypass in Laurel Gardens is a Turning Point Toward Permanent Solution
05/14/2001Fetzer Greenhouse to Pay $7,500 Penalty to Settle EPA Complaint
05/14/2001EPA Cites Bacardi for Clean Water Act Violations; Company Could Face Up to $137,500 in Fines for Violations
05/11/2001Windsor, Conn. Company to Pay EPA Fine for Violating TCE Requirements
05/11/2001EPA Orders Belmont Firm to Follow Laws on Reporting and Monitoring Chromium and TCE
05/11/2001U.S. ANNOUNCES CLEAN AIR AGREEMENT WITH MARATHON ASHLAND
05/10/2001EASTERN KERN COUNTY EXCLUDED FROM VALLEY AIR DOWNGRADE
05/10/2001Two Massachusetts Residents Win Environmental Educator Awards
05/10/2001Three Rhode Island Residents Win Environmental Educator Awards
05/10/2001Massachusetts Businesses and Water Suppliers Recognized for Conserving Drinking Water
05/10/2001Poor Air Quality Predicted for Southern New England for Friday, May 11, 2001
05/10/2001NEW COUNSELOR TO ADVISE EPA ADMINISTRATOR ON AGRICULTURE ISSUES PELTIER OF CALIFORNIA TO ASSUME POST
05/10/2001MISSOURI MAN INDICTED ON CLEAN WATER ACT CHARGES
05/10/2001FOURTEEN SENTENCED FOR FRAUDULENT TESTING IN PENNSYLVANIA
05/10/2001NORTHEASTERN STATES SHOW SUCCESS OF
NITROGEN OXIDE EMISSION TRADING PROGRAM
05/10/2001STAKEHOLDERS DISCUSS CONSUMER SAFETY
MATERIALS AVAILABLE FOR CCA-TREATED WOOD
05/09/2001Construction Sites Must Properly Manage Storm Water Runoff
05/09/2001U.S. EPA, CATALYTICA SETTLE RIGHT-TO-KNOW CASE FOR $71, 000
05/09/2001Summertime Ozone Pollution and You
05/08/2001V-1 Oil Agrees to Pay $1.2 Million for Failure to Clean Up Leaking Gasoline
05/08/2001EPA TO CONDUCT HARMLESS SMOKE TEST TODAY AT TOWNSHIP YARD