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07/30/1999EPA Issues First-of-its-Kind Discharge Permit to Dairy Farmer in Westport
07/30/1999City of Hartford Will Pay $36,138 in Penalties and Spend $108,000 on Downtown Clean-up
07/30/1999EPA and State DEP Issue Discharge Permit to Marlborough Wastewater Plant
07/30/1999EPA ADMINISTRATOR TO ANNOUNCE NEW ACTIONS TO REDUCE PESTICIDE RISKS TO CHILDREN UNDER
FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT
07/30/1999EPA TIGHTENS STANDARDS FOR AIR EMISSIONS FROM
HAZARDOUS WASTE COMBUSTORS
07/29/1999EPA Grant to Chesapeake Bay Governors School Will Teach Environmental Issues to Elementary Students
07/29/1999$5,000 EPA Grant Funds Law Workshop For High School Vocational Agriculture Teachers
07/29/1999EPA Invests in Business-Friendly Environmental Protection
07/29/1999EPA Gives $4,000 to Pa. School for the Deaf
07/29/1999Downingtown Schools Receives $4,945 Environmental Education Grant For Butterfly Exhibit
07/29/1999Calvert County, Md. Students Will Benefit from Two Environmental Education Grants
07/29/1999Owner and 39 Waste Generators Agree to Clean Up Jack’s Creek/Sitkin Smelting Superfund Site - 81 Other Parties to Pay $3 Million in Cleanup Costs
07/29/1999Little Eagle Childcare Center Receives $5,000 Environmental Education Grant From EPA
07/29/1999U.S. EPA SETTLES WITH ORGANICLEAN PRODUCER
07/29/1999U.S. EPA, ARCO SETTLE CLEAN AIR ACT VIOLATIONS
07/29/1999EPA Predicts Poor Air Quality in CT and Eastern MA for Friday
07/29/1999U.S., GEORGIA, AND ATLANTA REACH SETTLEMENT
TO FIX CITY’S AGING SEWER SYSTEM
07/29/1999EPA ENFORCEMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS REPORT AVAILABLE
07/29/1999TEXAS FIRM GUILTY OF ILLEGALLY SELLING PESTICIDE AS A SANITIZER
07/29/1999EPA PROPOSES TO EXPAND THE PUBLIC'S RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT LEAD
07/29/1999FY’99 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT AWARDS
07/28/1999EPA Investigating PCB Leak at Wilsonville School
07/28/1999D.C. After-School Science Program Receives $10,500 Environmental Education Grant From the EPA
07/28/1999Charlotte County Schools Receive $5,000 Environmental Education Grant From EPA
07/28/1999Conrail To Pay $14,682 For Hollidaysburg Violations
07/28/1999EPA Cites Landowners and Contractor for Filling in Wetlands
07/28/1999Environmental Education Grant Awarded To Teach Allegheny County Students About Air Quality
07/28/1999Montgomery County Elementary School Receives $4,800 Environmental Education Grant From EPA
07/28/1999AUTO BODY SHOP CITED FOR WETLANDS VIOLATIONS
07/27/1999Oregon Earns EPA Approval for Water Quality Standards
07/27/1999EPA Places Lead-Contaminated Yards In Brisas Del Rosario On The Final Superfund National Priorities List
07/27/1999Minor Environmental Violation Leads To Big Hazmat Donation To Oak Hill and Green County; EPA Policy Allows Stiefel Laboratories to Make Environmental Contribution
07/27/1999EPA SUPERFUND REMOVAL TO BEGIN AT THE TINDALL PROPERTY TRANSFORMER SITE, LAWRENCEBURG, ANDERSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY
07/27/1999STATEMENT BY CAROL M. BROWNER
ADMINISTRATOR, U.S. EPA on 2001 BUDGET
07/27/1999STATEMENT BY CAROL M. BROWNER
U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR ON FINDINGS BY
EPA’S BLUE RIBBON MTBE PANEL
07/26/1999Environmental Education Grants Awarded
07/26/1999Want to Save at the Pump? Don’t Top Off! by Catherine Magliocchetti - Chemical Engineer, U. S. EPA
07/26/1999CITY OF DAVIS WINS FUNDING FOR FRONTIER FERTILIZER SUPERFUND SITE
07/26/1999EPA Proposes Three More Sites To The Superfund National Priorities List in New Jersey, Places Three More on Final List
07/26/1999VICE PRESIDENT GORE UNVEILS NEW AIR QUALITY INDEX THAT INCLUDES NEW PROTECTIONS FOR AMERICANS WITH SENSITIVE CONDITIONS, SUCH AS ASHTMA, AT GROUND-BREAKING FOR THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT MONTEFIORE
07/26/1999MTBE BLUE-RIBBON PANEL PRESENTS
FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS
07/23/1999Press Conference Set to Present $100,000 for Superfund Redevelopment
07/23/1999EPA FIRST FEDERAL AGENCY TO BUY 100 PERCENT GREEN POWER
07/23/1999EPA AND THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE-ATLANTA DISTRICT TO PARTICIPATE IN SIGNING CEREMONY REGARDING THE ATLANTA CLEAN AIR INITIATIVE
07/23/1999FLORIDA SITE RECEIVES SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE GRANT
07/23/1999FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES COORDINATE ENFORCEMENT ACTION IN NORTH CAROLINA AGAINST UNAUTHORIZED WETLANDS ACTIVITIES
07/23/1999POWNAL, VERMONT TO RECEIVE PLANNING FUNDS TO ENSURE FUTURE USE OF SUPERFUND SITE
07/23/1999EPA PREDICTS POOR AIR QUALITY IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND FOR SATURDAY
07/23/1999EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER ANNOUNCES NEW INITIATIVE TO RESTORE SUPERFUND SITES TO PRODUCTIVE USE
07/22/1999Contaminated Ground Water under Albuquerque Proposed for Federal Superfund Listing
07/22/1999Three Texas Sites Proposed and One Site Added to National Superfund List
07/22/1999Addition of Oklahoma Site to Federal Superfund National Priorities List Finalized
07/22/1999EPA LISTS ALAMEDA NAS AS SUPERFUND SITE
07/22/1999EPA SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE PROPOSED PLAN AT THE DURACELL/BATTERY TECH SUPERFUND SITE IN LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
07/22/1999ONE SITE IN THE SOUTHEAST FINALIZED FOR INCLUSION ON EPA'S SUPERFUND LIST
07/22/1999EASTLAND WOOLEN MILL ADDED TO THE SUPERFUND
07/22/1999EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ANNOUNCE NEW
SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
07/22/1999EPA ADDS 15 SITES AND PROPOSES 11 SITES TO NPL
07/22/1999PENNSYLVANIA LABORATORY AND FORMER OFFICERS PLEAD GUILTY
07/22/1999EPA AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SIGN AGREEMENT TO EVALUATE NEW ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
07/22/1999PENNSYLVANIA MAN INDICTED FOR ILLEGAL SEWAGE DISPOSAL
07/22/1999CONNECTICUT COMPANY VIOLATES HAZARDOUS WASTE LA
07/22/1999WEST VIRGINIA MAN SENTENCED FOR RCRA AND DRUG CHARGES
07/22/1999THREE INDICTED IN INDIANA FOR ILLEGAL WATER DISCHARGES
07/22/1999EPA STAKEHOLDER MEETING ON HIGH PRODUCTION VOLUME CHEMICALS
07/22/1999EPA LAB IS FIRST FEDERAL FACILITY POWERED
SOLELY BY GREEN POWER
07/21/1999Four Mid-Atlantic Hazardous Waste Sites Added and One Site Proposed to Superfund National Priorities List
07/21/1999ALLEGHENY LUDLUM TO PAY $150,000 FOR BLOCKING EPA ACCESS TO SUPERFUND CLEANUP
07/21/1999U.S. Settles Complaint Against Bassett Furniture Industries, Inc. For Clean Air Act Violations at Virginia Plants - Company to Pay $575,000 Penalty and Complete $1.6 Million in Environmental Projects
07/21/1999EPA TO ANNOUNCE GROUNDBREAKING GREEN POWER PURCHASE
07/21/1999Royal Caribbean To Pay Record $18 Million Criminal Fine For Dumping Oil And Hazardous Chemicals, Making False Statements; Cruise Line Faces 21 Felony Counts in 6 Different U.S. Courts
07/21/1999Department of Justice announced that Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., has agreed to pay a $18 million criminal fine
07/20/1999Study Begins to Find Cause of Big Bend Haze
07/20/1999U.S. EPA CITES PETROLEUM FACILITY OWNERS FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
07/20/1999EPA CITES PETROLEUM FACILITY OWNERS FOR FUEL TANK VIOLATIONS
07/19/1999$3.9 MILLION FOR PENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER PROGRAMS
07/19/1999EPA To Hold Open House to Discuss Ordnance Products Superfund Site
07/19/1999EPA AND NEW BEDFORD COMPANIES SETTLE CASE INVOLVING FAILING TO REPORT AMMONIA USE