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06/30/2000GULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM SEEKS ENTRIES FOR 2001 GULF GUARDIAN AWARDS
06/30/2000EPA ORDERS $200 MILLION GROUNDWATER CLEANUP;
CLEANUP WILL PROTECT SAN GABRIEL VALLEY GROUNDWATER
06/30/2000EPA PROPOSES MAKING ETHANOL EASIER
TO USE IN CLEANER-BURNING GASOLINE
06/29/2000LOUISIANA SEWAGE TREATMENT COMPANY OWNER SENTENCED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT CONSPIRACY VIOLATION AND OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE
06/29/2000BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP LOANS AWARDED TO TRENTON, N.J. AND SHREVEPORT, LA.
06/29/2000MOST AMERICANS RECEIVE ANNUAL DRINKING
WATER REPORTS; SECOND REPORTS DUE JULY 1
06/29/2000EPA ISSUES SHIP SCRAPPING GUIDE
06/29/2000PROJECT XL AGREEMENT SIGNED WITH MAINE MILL
06/29/2000MISSOURI LANDLORD ASSESSED PENALTIES
FOR LEAD BASED PAINT VIOLATION
06/29/2000PRESIDENTIAL GREEN CHEMISTRY CHALLENGE WINNERS ANNOUNCED
06/29/2000CUMULATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE RELEASED FOR PUBLIC COMMENT
06/29/2000International Paper, EPA and Others Sign Second Agreement for IP's Androscoggin Mill
06/29/2000EPA and NAVY ISSUE CLEANUP DECISION FOR AREA A WEAPONS CENTER AT THE NAVAL SUBMARINE BASE-NEW LONDON IN GROTON, CT
06/29/2000U.S. SUES STEEL GIANT FOR VIOLATING ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS; STATE OF OHIO WILL MOVE TO JOIN LAWSUIT
06/28/2000U.S. EPA APPROVES SANTA BARBARA AIR POLLUTION PLAN REGION'S AIR MEETS FEDERAL HEALTH STANDARD
06/28/2000CYPRUS TOHONO CORPORATION PAYS $325,000 FINE
06/28/2000Stronger rules for diesel engines to be discussed at Denver public hearing
06/28/2000International Paper, EPA and Others Will Sign Second Agreement for IP's Androscoggin Mill
06/28/2000MORE THAN A THIRD OF NATION’S WATERWAYS REMAIN POLLUTED
06/27/2000Celebrating Safe Drinking Water in Wilson Hills
06/27/2000Bobcat Oil & Gas To Pay $6,400 Penalty for Oil Spill
06/27/2000CENTINELA FEED AND PET SUPPLIES ORDERED TO STOP SELLING ILLEGAL PET PRODUCTS
06/27/2000EPA adds Utah site to Superfund list
06/26/2000EPA REGION 4 LAUNCHES NEW ENVIRONMENTAL MERIT AWARDS PROGRAM
06/26/2000COOPERATIVE EFFORT WITH BUSINESSES
WILL REWARD HIGHER ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
06/23/2000RSR Consent Decree Approved
06/23/2000EPA Awards $1.8 Million to Davis for Sewer Improvements
06/23/2000EPA Awards $1.2 Million Grant for Worthington Drinking Water System
06/23/2000Lawrence Metal Finisher Agrees to Pay $128,000 to Settle Claims of Environmental Violations
06/23/2000Boston Harbor Cruises Will Include Tours Narrated By National Parks and EPA
06/23/2000EPA TO LAUNCH INNOVATIVE PROGRAM
TO REWARD TOP ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
06/23/2000NOX SIP CALL STATEMENT
06/22/2000EPA HALFWAY THROUGH CLEANUP OF RICHMOND APARTMENT COMPLEX
06/22/2000EPA HOLDS MEDIA AVAILABILITY ON DIESEL REGULATIONS
06/22/2000Public hearing on EPA's diesel emissions/fuel proposal
06/22/2000In Settlement with EPA, Chemical Company Buys $20,000 of Haz Mat Gear for Gloucester City and Minimizes Waste
06/22/2000EPA Proposes $400,000 Penalty Against Natick DPW for Hazardous Waste Violations; EPA New England Also Sends Warning Letters to 1,000 Cities and Towns in New England
06/22/2000Watertown Will Pay $28,447 and Spend $85,341 for Environmental Projects
06/22/2000EPA and DEP Announce Sampling Results from Asbestos Soil Samples in Easthampton
06/22/2000HOUSE ACTION REVERSES COURSE ON
ENVIRONMENT, PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRESS
06/22/2000GREEN BUILDING PRODUCTS SOFTWARE ANNOUNCED
06/22/2000U.S., CANADA, MEXICO ENDORSE GUIDANCE
ON ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
06/22/2000NEW PROJECT XL AGREEMENTS IN FLORIDA, MINNESOTA,
VIRGINIA, BRING NATIONAL TOTAL TO 25
06/21/2000Wetlands Penalty Sought in Idaho Lodge Construction
06/21/2000Oil Pits in Minden, La., To Be Cleaned Up by New Multi-Agency Team
06/21/2000Custom House is an ENERGY STAR
06/20/2000EPA Proposes $736,061 Penalty Against Goodman Oil
06/20/2000Tillamook Area Dairy Faces Penalty
06/20/2000EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA REGARDING HEAVY- DUTY/DIESEL PROPOSAL
06/19/2000EPA May Designate Buzzards Bay A No Discharge Zone
06/16/2000EPA makes it official: Shattuck waste will go
06/16/2000EPA Seeks Comment on Title VI Proposal
06/16/2000EPA Holds Hearing on Proposal to Dramatically Cut Diesel Pollution
06/16/2000Poor Air Quality Predicted for Portions of New England on Saturday
06/16/2000EPA SEEKS COMMENT ON TITLE VI PROPOSAL
06/15/2000EPA To Measure Its Own Environmental Outreach Efforts to Colleges and Universities
06/15/2000MONTGOMERY COUNTY WASTE HAULER CHARGED WITH NON-DISCLOSURE OF RESTAURANT GREASE AND AUTO SLUDGE
06/15/2000Harlem and Albany Non-Profits Receive $160K from EPA for Pollution Prevention Efforts
06/15/2000EPA SETTLES ACTION AGAINST AEROQUIP CORPORATION AND AEROQUIP-VICKERS INC. FOR ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT
06/15/2000150 People Attend Conference on Smart Growth and Rail Service in N. H. and Maine
06/15/2000FLORIDA WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY AND
OWNER PLEAD TO CLEAN WATER ACT CHARGES
06/15/2000ENVIRONMENTAL MINISTERS OF U.S.,
CANADA, MEXICO ISSUE COMMUNIQUE
06/15/2000INVITATION TO JOIN WORKGROUP TO
DEVELOP DIOXIN REPORTING GUIDANCE
06/15/2000FEDERAL AGENCIES ANNOUNCE NEW STUDIES
OF FEDERAL REMEDIATION PROJECTS
06/14/2000Sharretts Plating Co. to pay $71,100 for Hazardous Waste Violations
06/14/2000Lincoln University to Pay $45,000 to Settle Violations of Oil Spill Prevention and Underground Tank Rules
06/14/2000EPA to Unveil Proposed Plan to Clean Up Ciba-Geigy Site
06/14/2000EPA SUPERFUND REMOVAL TO BEGIN AT COLLEGE GROVE BATTERY CHIP SITE, COLLEGE GROVE, TENNESSEE
06/13/2000EPA to announce Shattuck decision
06/13/2000NINE SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN EIGHT STATES HONORED
FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXCELLENCE
06/12/2000Pennsylvania Awarded $17.8 Million More For Communities to Protect Drinking Water
06/12/2000EPA Waives Penalty as D.C. Landlord Discloses Lead Paint Violations
06/12/2000Virginia Awarded $15.1 Million More For Communities to Provide Safe Drinking Water
06/12/2000EPA PROPOSES TO RECLASSIFY CENTRAL VALLEY AIR FROM SERIOUS TO SEVERE
06/12/2000FINAL SETTLEMENTS REACHED AT NYANZA SUPERFUND SITE
06/12/2000Pesticides Can Help or Hinder Your Garden, Depending on How You Use Them
06/12/2000Statement by Robert Perciasepe on the issues of reformulated gasoline and energy
06/12/2000DRAFT DIOXIN REASSESSMENT CHAPTERS RELEASED
FOR SCIENTIFIC REVIEW AND PUBLIC COMMENT