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04/30/2001EPA Approves Beaumont/Port Arthur Area Clean Air Plan
04/30/2001Davis Boat Works to Pay $25,000 to Settle EPA Complaint - Over Oil Spill Prevention Violations at Newport News Boat Yard
04/30/2001EPA & ALAC Host Downtown Denver Asthma Awareness Event
04/30/2001Summer Smog Season Begins May 1
04/27/2001Charles River Earns Another "B" Grade; Cleanup Halfway to Swimmable Goal
04/27/2001U.S. COURT APPROVES CONSENT DECREE FOR SHAFFER LANDFILL PORTION OF IRON HORSE PARK SUPERFUND SITE IN BILLERICA, MA
04/27/2001UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN, ADMINISTRATOR, The First Hundred Days January 20 to April 30, 2001
04/26/2001Christie Whitman Visits Water Works
04/26/2001EPA and Department of Energy Sign Cleanup Agreement For Hazardous Waste At Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory
04/26/2001Vermont Metal-Finishing Company Fined for Clean Air Act Violations; Settlement is Part of EPA Initiative Focused on Metal Finishing Industry
04/26/2001New Hampshire Metal-Finishing Company Fined for Clean Air Act Violations; Settlement is Part of EPA Initiative Focused on Metal Finishing Industry
04/26/2001BP AMOCO FINED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS IN KANSAS
04/26/2001WEST VIRGINIA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO WASTE, DRUG CHARGES
04/26/2001NEW JERSEY LABORATORY WILL PAY $1-M FINE FOR CONSPIRACY
04/26/2001KENTUCKY PLATING COMPANY, OWNER INDICTED
04/26/2001FLORIDA WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO
ILLEGAL STORAGE OF CHEMICALS
04/26/2001CALIFORNIA MAN INDICTED FOR FALSE REPORTS
04/26/2001CALIFORNIA ELECTROPLATER SENTENCED
FOR ILLEGAL DISCHARGES
04/25/2001STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN ABOUT TODAY’S PASSAGE OF SENATE BROWNFIELDS LEGISLATION S. 350
04/25/2001EPA settles Clean Air Act lawsuit with Williams Gas Processing Co.
04/25/2001EPA holds public meeting for Gilt Edge Mine
04/24/2001EPA Orders Drainage Work at Airston Housing Site
04/24/2001EPA FINES VETERINARY LAB $115,000 FOR SELLING ILLEGAL PET PRODUCTS
04/24/2001EPA Announces Second Order Requiring Holyoke to Fix High-Priority CSO Discharges
04/24/2001EPA Staff To Help Clean the Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area
04/24/2001BUSH, WHITMAN HONOR YOUNG ENVIRONMENTALISTS AT WHITE HOUSE
04/24/2001NEW DATA ON STARLINK CORN AVAILABLE; FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT CONTINUES COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGATION
04/23/2001EPA Orders Fish Processor to Stop Fouling Ketchikan Waters
04/20/2001Earth Day Schedule for April 23 and 24 for EPA Administrator Christie Whitman
04/20/2001"Environmental" Cabinet Officials Whitman, Norton, Veneman Will Visit Maryland School for Earth Day Observance
04/20/2001New grants to fund low-interest loans for area “brownfields” cleanups
04/20/2001EPA Selects Puerto Rico Infrastructure Financing Authority for $100,000 National Brownfields Pilot Project Grant
04/20/2001EPA Selects Essex County for $1 Million Loan Fund for Brownfields Redevelopment
04/20/2001EPA Selects Albany and Chautauqua Counties and Haverstraw in New York for National Brownfields Pilot Project Grants; Utica Will Get $150,000 to Boost Site Assessment Efforts
04/20/2001EPA Gives Three Grants Worth $450,000 To Develop Brownfields in Vermont
04/20/2001EPA Gives New Hampshire $1 Million For Fund to Help Develop State's Brownfield Sites
04/20/2001EPA Gives Maine Two Grants Worth $635,000 for Brownfields Properties
04/20/2001EPA Gives Mass. Towns $2 Million in Brownfields Grants To Develop Properties
04/20/2001EPA Gives Conn. Towns Seven Grants Worth $3.4 Million for Brownfield Sites
04/20/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN ANNOUNCES $38 MILLION
TO MAKE ABANDONED PROPERTIES THRIVE
04/19/2001Arlington Residents Invited to "Open House" To Learn More About Possible Ground Water Contamination Near J.H. Baxter Wood Treating Facility
04/19/2001Baltimore Fuel Company to Pay $12,500 Penalty for Underground Storage Tank Violations
04/19/2001EPA TO SHOWCASE ARIZONA ENERGY STAR-LABELED HOMES
04/19/2001EPA Recognizes 47 New England Hospitals For Mercury Reduction Efforts; Hartford Hospital Leads Way Among Connecticut Health-Care Facilities
04/19/2001Two Rhode Island Hospitals among 47 in New England Recognized by EPA For Mercury Reduction Efforts
04/19/2001EPA Recognizes 47 New England Hospitals For Mercury Reduction Efforts
04/19/2001Thirteen Maine Hospitals among 47 in New England Recognized by EPA For Mercury Reduction Efforts
04/19/2001EPA Recognizes 47 New England Hospitals For Mercury Reduction Efforts, including 6 in New Hampshire
04/19/2001Three Vermont Hospitals among 47 in New England Recognized by EPA For Mercury Reduction Efforts
04/19/2001BALTIMORE MAN SENTENCED FOR OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
04/19/2001HOUSTON BUSINESSMEN SENTENCED IN ASBESTOS CASE
04/19/2001NORTH CAROLINA MAN CHARGED
WITH ILLEGAL SEWAGE DISCHARGE
04/19/2001INDIANA MEN INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL SEWER DISCHARGE
04/19/2001CALIFORNIA MAN INDICTED FOR FALSIFYING
DISCHARGE REPORTS AT CAMP PENDLETON
04/19/2001MIT TO PAY $150,000 PENALTY, FUND $400,000 PROJECTS
04/19/2001ARSENIC COMPOUNDS MAY CAUSE GENETIC DAMAGE
04/18/2001ENERGY STAR GETS A BOOST IN DELAWARE
04/18/2001EPA FINES MEDICAL PRODUCT SUPPLIER $20,000 FOR SELLING UNREGISTERED PESTICIDES
04/18/2001CEREMONY FOR MORRO BAY ESTUARY PROGRAM SCHEDULED
04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 6 in New Hampshire
04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 5 in Maine
04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to three in Vermont
04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 10 in Massachusetts
04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 2 in Rhode Island
04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 6 in Connecticut
04/18/2001MIT COMMITS TO THREE ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS AND $150,000 CIVIL PENALTY TO SETTLE EPA VIOLATIONS
04/18/2001EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN ESTABLISHES PROCESS
TO EVALUATE ARSENIC IN DRINKING WATER STANDARD
04/17/2001Amoco agrees to pay penalty, test area wells and monitor hot spring
04/17/2001EPA Offers Press/Public Tours of Ocean Research Ship
04/17/2001U.S. EPA Begins Surface Soil Sampling in Newhall Street Neighborhood
04/17/2001Press Advisory: EPA to Present Environmental Merit Awards to 33 in New England
04/17/2001ADMINISTRATION PROMOTES RULE
ON LEAD EMISSIONS INFORMATION
04/16/2001EPA, Alaska, Air Force Agree on Pollution Controls at Eielson
04/16/2001Johnson Controls Battery Group to Pay $22,297 To Settle Hazardous Waste Violations
04/16/2001EPA, GILA RIVER INDIAN COMMUNITY AND 15 FEDERAL AGENCIES TO KICKOFF BROWNFIELDS PARTNERSHIP
04/16/2001EPA Administrator Whitman Honors Environmental Achievements in Puerto Rico; Children’s School Among Those Recognized for Environmental Accomplishments
04/16/2001EPA Administrator Christie Whitman Honors Environmental Achievements in New Jersey; Car Dealer, News Station and Camden Youth Among Those Receiving Top Honors