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02/26/1999EPA REGISTERS NEW REDUCED-RISK MITICIDE TO CONTROL MITES IN HONEYBEE HIVES
02/26/1999ARCTIC COUNCIL LAUNCHES MULTINATIONAL INITIATIVE TO
IDENTIFY AND PHASE-OUT SOURCES OF PCBs IN RUSSIA
02/26/1999SECOND MEETING OF REVIEW PANEL FOR MTBE
02/26/1999EPA SEEKS INFORMATION FOR OPTIONS ON MIXED WASTE STORAGE
02/26/1999THOMPSON TO HEAD CONGRESSIONAL, INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
02/26/1999EPA TO CONDUCT EMERGENCY PLANNING AND COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW REPORTING WORKSHOPS
02/26/1999EPA EXTENDS COMMENT PERIOD ON PROPOSED RULE
TO EXPAND CHEMICAL RIGHT-TO-KNOW
02/26/1999$25,000 Penalty for V-1 Oil Co.
02/26/1999Federal Superfund Cleanup in Buffalo Completed; Drum Removal at Chemical Warehouse on Hertel Avenue EPA's Biggest Ever in NY/NJ
02/26/1999EPA To Permanently Relocate Twenty-Four Families Living on The Juncos Landfill Superfund Site Prior To Start Of Cleanup Work
02/26/1999GALLATIN STEEL COMPANY TO PAY $450,000 PENALTY FOR ALLEGED CLEAN AIR ACT VIOLATIONS
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for Maryland Gas Stations
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for Maryland Gas Stations
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for D.C. Gas Stations
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for Delaware Gas Stations
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for West Virginia Gas Stations
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for Virginia Gas Stations
02/25/1999EPA Nixes Duplicate Reporting Rule for Pennsylvania Gas Stations
02/25/1999U.S. EPA CITES HAWAII FUEL FACILITY OWNERS FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
02/25/1999U.S. EPA TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING, SEEK COMMENT ON PROPOSALS TO CONTROL PERSISTENT BIOCUMULATIVE TOXIC CHEMICALS
02/25/1999N.J. Manufacturer Of Boat Paint Exported Pesticides In Violation of Environmental Regs; Charged with Shipping Mis-labeled Products to Greece, Chile, Canada
02/25/1999Alcoa To Carry Out EPA's Order and Expand Cleanup at Superfund Site in Moira, New York To Contaminated Wetlands Sediments
02/24/1999Perdue’s Poultry Fertilizer Venture Promises Environmental Progress
02/24/1999Motiva to Spend $15 Million Plus to Clean Groundwater Contamination at Pickett Road Site
02/24/1999CROZER CHESTER AND STATOIL SETTLE SUIT OVER AIR VIOLATIONS - Settlement includes program to help students with asthma
02/24/1999Top 10 Native Plants Predicted for the 1999 Philadelphia Flower Show
02/24/1999EPA WELCOMES BURLINGTON, MA COMPANY IN "PARTNERS FOR CHANGE" PROGRAM
02/24/1999EPA WELCOMES LITTLETON, MA COMPANY IN 'PARTNERS FOR CHANGE' PROGRAM
02/24/1999EPA WELCOMES MARTIN'S FARM RECYCLING OF GREENFIELD, MA IN 'PARTNERS FOR CHANGE' PROGRAM
02/23/1999Boars Head to Pay $34,450 for Not Reporting Chemical Storage at Virginia Meat Plant
02/23/1999Stakeholder Group Forming for Input on Avtex Superfund Site
02/23/1999COMMUNITY PLANNING SEMINAR SET FOR APRIL 7 AND 8
02/23/1999PUBLIC INVITED TO COMMENT ON DRAFT PUNA EMERGENCY RESPONSE REPORT
02/23/1999Feds Okay $3.1 Million Private Party Cleanup at Federal Superfund Site in Cortland; EPA Also Acts With City on Site's Redevelopment
02/23/1999EPA APPROVES WASTEWATER DISCHARGE PERMIT FOR S.D. WARREN PAPER MILL IN MAINE
02/23/1999YACHT CLUB BOTTLING WORKS WATER SAMPLING RESULTS SHOW NO DIOXIN
02/23/1999MEDIA ADVISORY-U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE NEW ENGLAND COUNCIL ON ADMINISTRATION EFFORTS TO PROVIDE AMERICANS WITH CLEAN, HEALTHY AIR WHILE GROWING THE ECONOMY
02/22/1999New Sediment Decontamination Technology Shows Promise
02/22/1999MEDIA ADVISORY-U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL BROWNER TO DELIVER KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE GARDEN CLUB OF AMERICA’S 1999 LEGISLATIVE MEETING
02/19/1999U.S. SUES WATER SUPPLIER SERVING SCRANTON-AREA DEVELOPMENT
02/19/1999Baltimore Oil Refiner Empties 3.3-Million-Gallon Gas Tank - Corrosion Posed Threat of Spill into Curtis Bay
02/19/1999HEATING OIL PARTNERS TO PAY $117K FOR BEING UNPREPARED FOR SPILLS
02/19/1999PA Metal Company to Reduce Toxic Chemical Use to Settle Complaint
02/19/1999U.S. EPA ORDERS CLEANUP OF SCRAPPED TIRES; 1 MILLION UNBURNED TIRES STILL REMAIN
02/19/1999MEDIA ADVISORY-U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL BROWNER TO ADDRESS THE JEWISH COUNCIL FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS ON ADMINISTRATION EFFORTS TO BUILD
LIVABLE COMMUNITIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
02/19/1999FOUR WASHINGTON STATE MANAGERS INDICTED FOR
ASBESTOS REMOVAL OFFENSES
02/19/1999ILLINOIS MAN PLEADS TO ILLEGAL ASBESTOS REMOVAL
02/19/1999BROOKLYN MAN AND COMPANY PLEAD TO ILLEGAL ASBESTOS REMOVAL
02/19/1999PERMITTING CHANGES WILL INCREASE ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS
02/19/1999EPA GUIDANCE FOR HIGH PRODUCTION VOLUME
CHEMICAL CHALLENGE PROGRAM
02/19/1999EPA ISSUES FINAL RULE TO PROTECT AIR QUALITY FOR NATIVE AMERICANS
02/19/1999EPA TO STUDY MERCURY AIR EMISSION IMPACT IN
FLORIDA EVERGLADES AND WISCONSIN
02/18/1999SUPERFUND BRIEFLY - WEEKLY REPORT FOR PENNSYLVANIA
02/18/1999MEDIA ADVISORY: COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE AT PEMACO SUPERFUND SITE
02/17/1999HAVE A BEAUTIFUL GARDEN WITHOUT WORK
02/17/1999ROANOKE ICE AND COLD STORAGE PLEADS GUILTY TO ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES
02/17/1999Cobbs Creek Teens Honored for Environmental Excellence
02/17/1999EPA AWARDS $1.25 MILLION TO BUILD SEWERS AND PROTECT DRINKING WATER IN CLEARFIELD COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
02/17/1999EPA AWARDS $500,000 GRANT TO BRATTON TOWNSHIP TO BUILD SEWERS AND PROTECT DRINKING WATER
02/17/1999U.S. EPA FINES MITSUBISHI CEMENT FOR FAULTY AIR POLLUTION MONITORING
02/17/1999U.S. EPA, KF FIBERGLASS SETTLE RIGHT-TO-KNOW CASE FOR $15,989
02/17/1999EPA ANNOUNCES REVISED RELEASE DATE FOR RESULTS OF SITE INSPECTIONS AT SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA SITES
02/16/1999EPA Proposes Midnite Mine for NPL Inclusion
02/16/1999EPA PARTNERSHIP WITH DUNBAR SCHOOL MAKES THE GRADE
02/16/1999Federal Government Sues Caribbean Petroleum
02/15/1999EPA LAUNCHES NEW ROUND OF SAMPLING OF WOONASQUATUCKET RIVER
02/12/1999NEW EPA BROCHURE AND WEBSITE EXPAND PUBLIC’S RIGHT-TO-KNOW ABOUT PESTICIDE USE ON FOOD
02/12/1999VESUVIUS, CONTRACTORS TO PAY $30,250 FOR ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS
02/12/1999Chemical Soil Cleanup System Warms Up At Federal Superfund Site in Wallington Borough As U.S. EPA and Public Watch
02/12/1999OHIO MAN CONVICTED ON CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
02/12/1999TWO IN MISSISSIPPI SENTENCED FOR DUMPING HAZARDOUS WASTE
02/12/1999EXEMPTION FOR LEACHATE FROM NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE LANDFILLS FINALIZED
02/12/1999TEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES VOLUNTARILY
DISCLOSE AND CORRECT ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS