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02/29/2000Cruise Lines Violate Air Standards, Earn EPA Reprimand
02/29/2000Pennsylvania gets $10.7 million in EPA grants for safe drinking water
02/29/2000EPA Orders Sunoco to Continue Cleanup and Restore Heinz Refuge Agency Interested in Leak Detection on Pipelines
02/29/2000EPA donates 50 computers to West Liberty State College for science and education project
02/29/2000U.S. SETTLES LANDMARK CLEAN AIR ACT CASE AGAINST ELECTRIC UTILITY
02/25/2000Wellpinit, Wash. Gas Station Owner Issued Complaint
02/25/2000EPA Recognizes 10 Arkansas Organizations for Environmental Excellence
02/25/2000Lead-Safe Babies Project Comes to North Philadelphia
02/24/2000MAYORS OF SAN LUIS, ARIZONA, AND SAN LUIS R O COLORADO, SONORA, MEXICO, SIGN BORDER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
02/24/2000More Than a Dozen Defendants Plead Guilty to Violating Asbestos Rules; One Indicted for Numerous Allegations of Wrong-Doing
02/24/2000EPA AND INDUSTRY LAUNCH A HOME AND GARDEN PUBLIC SAFETY CAMPAIGN AT THE PHILADELPHIA FLOWER SHOW
02/24/2000FIRST D.C. CLEAN AIR ACT CONVICTION RESULTS FROM ASBESTOS CASE
02/24/2000NEBRASKA WASTEWATER TREATMENT MANAGER PLEADS GUILTY
02/24/2000MISSOURI METAL FINISHING COMPANY SENTENCED IN WATER CASE
02/22/2000Idaho Gets New Top EPA Official
02/22/2000Alaska Gets New Top EPA Official
02/22/2000MAYORS OF SAN LUIS, ARIZONA, AND SAN LUIS R O COLORADO, SONORA, MEXICO, BORDER CITIES WILL SIGN HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
02/22/2000Construction Firm and Resident Ordered to Clean Up Polluted Creek
02/17/2000TWO PENNSYLVANIA MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO WATER VIOLATION
02/17/2000COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE CENTER OPENED FOR FEDERAL AGENCIES
02/17/2000EPA HOSTS HAZMAT 2000 SPILLS PREVENTION CONFERENCE
02/17/2000BROWNER RECEIVES AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION TOP HONOR
02/17/2000ADVISORY ISSUED ON WORKER FATALITY RISK
FROM SKIN EXPOSURE TO TOXIC CHEMICAL
02/17/2000Navy/EPA Sign Environmental Agreement
02/17/2000Maryland gets $1.3 million EPA grant for safe drinking water
02/17/2000EPA Tests Water and Soil Near Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge
02/16/2000SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY PANEL REPORTS ON ECOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PLANT-PESTICIDES
02/16/2000D.C. Apartment Complex Owner to Pay $35K for Improper Asbestos Renovation
02/16/2000EPA and Lake Cadjaw Association Settle Wetlands Complaint
02/15/2000SMALL SYSTEM PEER REVIEW TEAM AWARDED A HAMMER AWARD
02/15/2000CONTAMINATED URBAN LOT REVITALIZED BY JOINT EFFORT OF EPA, STATE, CITY AND TRINITY COLLEGE
02/15/2000EPA's ACTING REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR TO TOUR U.S. POSTAL SERVICE SITE IN HARTFORD TODAY
02/14/2000EPA ADOPTS LONG-TERM PLAN FOR BKK LANDFILL;
CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER TO BE CONTAINED
02/11/2000CALIFORNIA'S STATE PRINTING OFFICE TO PAY $320,500 TO SETTLE ALLEGED POLLUTION VIOLATIONS
02/11/2000EPA Charges Christiansted Car Dealer with Releasing Used Automotive Oil into Environment; Agency Seeks $30,800 Fine and Orders Company to Clean Up Its Act
02/11/2000EPA REACHES SETTLEMENT ON "CAMU" RULE
02/10/2000FIVE SCHOOLS IN DELAWARE CITED FOR VIOLATING ASBESTOS RULES
02/10/2000U.S. EPA AWARDS $125,000 IN ENVIRONMENTAL GRANTS TO FIVE BORDER COMMUNITIES
02/10/2000EPA Offering TRI Workshop in Denver
02/10/2000EPA REGION 4 ANNOUNCES ENFORCEMENT NUMBERS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999
02/10/2000ALASKA OIL EXPLORATION FIRM SENTENCED
IN HAZARDOUS WASTE CASE
02/10/2000ALABAMA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO
CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATION
02/10/2000LOUISIANA JOHNSON PROPERTIES COMPANY PRESIDENT,
TWO EMPLOYEES PLEAD GUILTY IN WATER CASE
02/10/2000NEW VIDEO AVAILABLE ON COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
02/10/2000EPA RELEASES TREATED ARTICLES POLICY
FOR ANTIMICROBIAL PESTICIDES
02/09/2000EATON VETERINARY LAB ORDERED TO STOP SELLING ILLEGAL PET PRODUCTS
02/09/2000U.S. EPA, OILSEEDS SETTLE RIGHT-TO-KNOW CASE FOR $35,921
02/09/2000Regarding Raw Sewage By-Passes on St. Croix; Statement by William J. Muszynski, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 2 Deputy Regional Administrator
02/09/2000EPA SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR TOP ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENS, GROUPS AND BUSINESSES
02/09/2000FORMER MAINE GUN MANUFACTURER AGREES TO PAY $75,800 FOR VIOLATIONS OF CHROMIUM LAWS
02/08/2000EPA Recognizes Four New Mexico Organizations for Environmental Excellence
02/08/2000EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC AVAILABILITY SESSION REGARDING THE ROSS METALS SITE IN ROSSVILLE, TENNESSEE
02/08/2000NORTHBOROUGH, MASS., FIRM WILL PAY $112,407 TO SETTLE CLAIM OF HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATIONS
02/07/2000Zillah Public Water Provider Receives Drinking Water Complaint
02/07/2000CLINTON-GORE FISCAL YEAR 2001 EPA BUDGET CONTAINS LARGEST INCREASE EVER FOR AGENCY OPERATING BUDGET TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT
02/06/2000Container Properties L.L.C. Fined for Failure to Comply with EPA Cleanup Order
02/04/2000EPA Proposes Ouachita County Site to Superfund List
02/04/2000EPA Adds Marion, La. Site to Superfund List
02/04/2000EPA Gives the U.S. Coast Guard Go-Ahead Needed to Prevent Total Break-Up of Grounded Ship
02/04/2000FIVE SITES IN THE SOUTHEAST PROPOSED/FINALIZED FOR INCLUSION ON EPA'S SUPERFUND LIST
02/04/2000EPA ANNOUNCES WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AWARDS
02/04/2000ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ANNOUNCE PRESIDENT CLINTON’S FY 2001 BUDGET FOR EPA
02/03/2000Philip Services Corporation Reaches $120,000 Settlement With EPA Following Chemical Release in Tacoma
02/03/2000Site Added and Three Proposed to EPA Hazardous Site List
02/03/2000Jacobs Smelter site in Utah added to EPA’s National Priorities List (NPL)
02/03/2000GOYA Joins Climate Wise Program
02/03/2000EPA Names Three Long Island Sites That Have Contaminated Groundwater for Superfund Designation
02/03/2000EPA Places the Peter Cooper Corporation Site in Cattaraugus County on the Superfund National Priorities List
02/03/2000EPA Places Contaminated Scorpio Recycling, Inc. Site in Toa Baja on the Superfund National Priorities List
02/03/2000MICHIGAN, NORTH CAROLINA MEN CHARGED
WITH ILLEGAL WASTE TRANSPORT
02/03/2000SOME CONSUMERS REMAIN UNAWARE OF ALLERCARE(TM) RECALL
02/03/2000PENNSYLVANIA STATE SENATOR PLEADS GUILTY
02/03/2000KENTUCKY WASTE COMPANY, PRESIDENT PLEAD GUILTY
02/03/2000MISSISSIPPI CORPORATION, CHAIRMAN,
AND SHAREHOLDER COMPANIES INDICTED