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09/30/1999Mazda Motor of America to Settle Clean Air Act Case
09/30/1999Listening Sessions for the Mississippi Delta 2000 Initiative
09/30/1999Warner Bros.' "ER" Bestowed With EPA Partnership Award
09/30/1999EPA ORDERS CONSTRUCTION HALT AT LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT CO. FOR AIR VIOLATIONS
09/30/1999U.S. EPA FINES SOUTH EL MONTE PLASTIC MANUFACTURER $43,000
09/30/1999EPA Selects Cleanup Plan For Creosote-Contaminated Buried Lagoons And Canals At Federal Superfund in Manville, New Jersey
09/30/1999EPA ISSUES MODIFIED CLEANUP PLAN FOR SHORE ROAD AREA
09/30/1999EPA TAKES 4 SITES OFF SUPERFUND LIST
09/29/1999Smith Brothers Issued Complaint: EPA Proposes $11,000 Penalty For Waste Flows At Kent Dairy
09/29/1999Carbon County Woman Wins EPA Partnership Award
09/29/1999U.S. Department of Energy Wins EPA Partnership Award
09/29/1999Pa. Chemical Industry Council Wins EPA Partnership Award
09/29/1999Philadelphia Water Department Mascot Wins EPA Award
09/29/1999Two Monroe County Men Win EPA Partnership Awards
09/29/1999Maryland Police Officer Wins EPA Partnership Award
09/29/1999Philadelphia Woman Wins EPA Partnership Award
09/29/1999Settlement Means Upgrades to Baltimore Drinking Water and Sewage Plants
09/29/1999Washington, N.J. Man Wins EPA Partnership Award
09/29/1999EPA FINES UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII $116,100 FOR PCB VIOLATIONS
09/29/1999EPA TO HOST INFORMAL MEETING ON SOUTH FORK EEL RIVER PROPOSAL, HOLD PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD, OFFICIAL HEARING
09/29/1999SEVEN SOUTHLAND COMPANIES CITED FOR CONSUMER PESTICIDE VIOLATIONS
09/29/1999FIVE COMPANIES CHARGED FOR SELLING PESTICIDES HAZARDOUS TO KIDS
09/29/1999Plan Proposes To Clean Up And Preserve San Juan Bay Estuary
09/28/1999Four Governors Commit To Protect Delaware River
09/28/1999Four Governors, EPA Commit To Protect Delaware River
09/28/1999EPA PROTECTS WATER SOURCE ON ISLESBORO WITH SOLE SOURCE AQUIFER DESIGNATION
09/27/1999EPA CITES COMPANY FOR UNP ROVEN CLAIMS ABOUT SAFETY OF VEGETABLE RINSE
09/27/1999PET STORE CHARGED WITH SELLING PESTICIDES LACKING PROPER WARNINGS
09/24/1999EPA Announces Significant Actions To Reduce Toxic Chemicals In Great Lakes Basin
09/24/1999STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL M. BROWNER
ON THE SENATE VOTE ON EPA’S BUDGET 9/24/99
09/24/1999EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO PARTICIPATE IN FORUM
"TOOLS TO IMPROVE LIVABILITY IN OUR COMMUNITIES"
09/24/1999EPA ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT ACTIONS
TO REDUCE TOXIC CHEMICALS IN GREAT LAKES BASIN
09/23/1999BP Exploration [Alaska] Pleads Guilty To Hazardous Substance Crime Will Pay $22 Million, Establish Nationwide Environmental Management System
09/23/1999Completion Event for the Double Eagle Superfund Site Cleanup
09/23/1999EPA AWARDS $11.6 MILLION IN CLEAN WATER FUNDS TO HAWAII
09/23/1999SANTA SUSANA FIELD LAB WORKGROUP MEETING TO BE HELD SEPT. 29
09/23/1999HAWAIIAN AIRLINES VIOLATES EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE LAW
09/23/1999EPA ANNOUNCES 2ND ANNUAL FISHING DERBY AT CORNELL POND
09/23/1999MEDIA ADVISORY-EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ANNOUNCE NEW PROPOSAL TO PROTECT THE GREAT LAKES
09/23/1999HAWAII FARM OWNER PLEADS GUILTY TO PESTICIDE CRIME
09/23/1999WASHINGTON SALVAGE YARD OWNER INDICTED
FOR DUMPING ON INDIAN LANDS
09/23/1999VIRGINIA PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY AND TWO
FORMER EMPLOYEES SENTENCED
09/23/1999OHIO MAN SENTENCED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
09/23/1999OFFICE OF WATER ANNOUNCES SENIOR LEADERSHIP CHANGES
09/23/19991999 WASTEWISE PROGRAM AWARDS CEREMONY
09/23/1999OCTOBER 2 IS NATIONAL ESTUARIES DAY
09/23/1999CLIMATE, STRATOSPHERIC OZONE PROTECTION AWARDS PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC CONFERENCE
09/23/1999COMMENT PERIOD EXTENDED ON PROPOSED RULE FOR
LOWERING LEAD THRESHOLDS
09/23/1999FINAL REPORT ON OXYGENATES IN GASOLINE
RELEASED BY BLUE RIBBON PANEL
09/22/1999WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON WETLANDS PROTECTION
09/22/1999Cleanup Complete at Tipton Army Airfield at Ft. Meade - Property Ready for Transfer to County for Commercial Flights
09/22/1999U.S. EPA AND REGIONAL WATER BOARD ORDER WATER REPLACEMENT FOR SANTA MONICA
09/22/1999EPA RECOGNIZES THREE CONNECTICUT FACILITIES FOR THEIR WORK TO BECOME ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS
09/22/1999EPA RECOGNIZES FIVE MASSACHUSETTS FACILITIES FOR THEIR WORK TO BECOME ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS
09/22/1999EPA RECOGNIZES ONE RHODE ISLAND COMPANY FOR ITS WORK TO BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTAL LEADER
09/22/1999EPA RECOGNIZES TWO MAINE FACILITIES FOR THEIR WORK TO BECOME ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS
09/22/1999EPA RECOGNIZES FOUR NEW HAMPSHIRE FACILITIES FOR THEIR WORK TO BECOME ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS
09/22/1999APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANTS
09/21/1999Albuquerque Selected for Environmental Pilot
09/21/1999Don't Throw Away Flood-Damaged Household Chemicals
09/21/1999EPA PROPOSES $35,700 FINE AGAINST RI FIRM FOR FAILING TO REPORT TOXIC CHEMICAL USE
09/21/1999EPA TO RECOGNIZE 15 NEW ENGLAND FACILITIES THAT DEMONSTRATE ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP
09/20/1999Willamette Valley Dairy's Waste Brings Fine
09/17/1999EPA SETTLES WITH EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY, KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
09/17/1999EPA SPONSORS BUSINESS OUTREACH OPEN HOUSE FOR NEW BEDFORD AREA
09/17/1999EPA Announces New Round of Sampling Results for Woonasquatucket River and Centredale Manor
09/17/1999STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL M. BROWNER
ON SENATE FULL COMMITTEE MARK UP OF EPA’S BUDGET
09/17/1999GEORGIA UTILITY COMPANY PLEADS GUILTY
09/17/1999ILLEGAL ASBESTOS REMOVAL BRINGS GUILTY PLEAS AND INDICTMENTS IN ILLINOIS
09/17/1999SYSTEM-WIDE CHANGES FORECAST FOR PROJECT XL PILOT PROJECTS
09/17/1999EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION
CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
09/17/1999MISSOURI SITE ADDED TO NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST
09/17/1999ECONOMIC INCENTIVE GUIDANCE FOR
STATE AIR CLEAN-UP
09/17/1999FIFTH ANNUAL POLLUTION PREVENTION WEEK SEPT. 20-26
09/16/1999CLINTON ADMINISTRATION WORKS TO HELP PROTECT
THE PUBLIC HEALTH FROM RECENT INFECTIOUS DISEASE OUTBREAKS
09/15/1999APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS RULING AGAINST SMITHFIELD FOODS FOR POLLUTING VIRGINIA RIVER
09/15/1999Business Can Learn How to Increase Profits by Decreasing Pollution at Sept. 22 EPA Workshop
09/15/199911 COMPANIES OFFER TO CLEAN UP BALDWIN PARK GROUNDWATER
09/15/1999Company Admits Falsifying Statement To Allow Import Of Double-Decker Tour Buses
09/15/1999STATEMENT BY CAROL M. BROWNER, ADMINISTRATOR,
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY,
THE SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE MARK-UP OF EPA’S BUDGET