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05/28/1999GROUND BREAKING HELD AT SUPERFUND WASTE PITS
05/27/1999Redevelopment Made Easier at Fike Chemical Superfund Site
05/27/1999It's A Bird. It's A Plane. It's EPA's Coastal Crusader
05/27/1999HAWAIIAN FARMER CHARGED WITH MISAPPLYING PESTICIDE
05/27/1999TWO CONVICTIONS IN CONNECTICUT HAZARDOUS WASTE CASE
05/27/1999EPA RELEASES RESULTS OF BEACH SURVEY
05/27/1999EXXON PROPOSES ALTERNATIVE XL STRATEGY
FOR SUPERFUND CLEANUP
05/27/1999EPA APPROVES QUARANTINE EXEMPTION FOR SPINOSAD
TO ERADICATE FRUIT FLIES IN FLORIDA
05/27/1999RODENTICIDE STAKEHOLDER WORKGROUP
WILL HOLD SECOND PUBLIC MEETING
05/27/1999EPA PROPOSES EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN FLAMMABLE HYDROCARBON FUELS FROM THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM RULES
05/27/1999EPA REGISTERS REDUCED RISK COCKROACH BAIT
05/27/1999EPA INCREASES FEES FOR PROCESSING TOLERANCE PETITIONS FOR PESTICIDES IN FOOD AND FEED BY 3.68 PERCENT
05/26/1999EPA APPROVES TOUGH PHOSPHOROUS LIMIT FOR TRIBAL WATERS IN EVERGLADES
05/25/1999EPA FUNDS IMPROVEMENTS IN RICHFIELD’S DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
05/25/1999HIGHER EDUCATION ON EPA CHECK LIST - (revised 6/4/99)
05/25/1999United States v. MRS Plating Inc. and Ron Jagielo
05/25/1999Massachusetts Cities Receive $6.7 Million of "Brownfield" Grants from EPA; Largest Grant is $2 Million for Pioneer Valley Planning Commission
05/25/1999VICE PRESIDENT GORE ANNOUNCES OVER $30 MILLION TO HELP COMMUNITIES CLEAN UP AND REDEVELOP BROWNFIELDS
05/24/1999EPA Levies Large Penalty Against Arkansas Gas Stations
05/24/1999Exxon to Clean Up Coke Works Using Innovative Agreement
05/24/1999Virginia Gets $14.5 Million For Safe Drinking Water
05/24/1999EXPERTS TO HOLD CONFERENCES IN MIAMI AND MARATHON, FLORIDA TO DISCUSS IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SOUTH FLORIDA AND THE FLORIDA KEYS
05/24/1999EPA WARNS NEW ENGLANDERS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN SMOG LEVELS ARE HIGH
05/21/1999EPA FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST ISLAND GROWER FOR PESTICIDE VIOLATIONS
05/20/1999EPA CITES W.N. BUNCH WATER SYSTEM FOR SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
05/20/1999EPA Cites Manchester Lead Products Plant for Toxic Chemical Reporting Violations
05/20/1999EPA and DEP Issue Permit for Discharges from Deer Island Treatment Plant; Permit Includes Stringent Requirements and Reflects Public Comment
05/20/1999AMERICAN HERITAGE RIVER "NAVIGATOR" SELECTED TO HELP COMMUNITIES RESTORE CT RIVER
05/20/1999MICHIGAN MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ILLEGAL WASTE DISPOSAL
05/20/1999FORMER FLORIDA RESIDENT TO SPEND 57 MONTHS IN PRISON
05/20/1999ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRESS, PROSPECTS ASSESSED BY U.S. AND MEXICO
05/20/1999EPA RULES TO CUT 40,000 TONS OF AIR TOXICS YEARLY FROM 14 DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES
05/19/1999EPA Places Three Electric Vehicles In Service
05/18/1999EPA ANNOUNCES FINAL STATE WATER LIST
05/18/1999EPA ANNOUNCES FINAL CALIFORNIA WATERS POLLUTANTS LIST
05/18/1999EPA Baseline Modeling Report Released: Model Confirms Sediments Are Still Source of PCBs to the Hudson River and Will Be For Years
05/18/1999EPA ORDERS MONTVILLE, CT COMPANY TO CLEAN HAZARDOUS WASTE
05/18/1999EPA RIVER "NAVIGATOR" SELECTED TO HELP COMMUNITIES IN RESTORATION OF HISTORIC BLACKSTONE
05/18/1999EPA RIVER "NAVIGATOR" SELECTED TO HELP COMMUNITIES IN RESTORATION OF HISTORIC BLACKSTONE AND WOONASQUATUCKET RIVERS
05/17/1999EPA / DOD To Co-host Environmental Colloquium
05/17/1999U.S., MEXICO OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE PROGRESS ON BORDER ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
05/14/1999Bullskin/Connellsville Get EPA Grant To Construct Sewage System
05/14/1999EPA SPONSORS FIRST WESTERN RECYCLING INVESTMENT FORUM
05/14/1999STATEMENT OF THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ON COURT’S DECISION ON CLEAN AIR RULES
05/13/1999Annual Report of Toxic Releases Ranks Texas First, Louisiana Second
05/13/1999U.S. EPA ANNOUNCES 1997 TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY
05/13/1999EPA TO ANNOUNCE MAJOR DECISION ON DIOXINS IN BAY
05/13/1999Federal Government Reports On Toxic Releases Into U.S.V.I's Air, Water And Land; Quality of Environment On an Upward Trend
05/13/1999EPA PHASE I CLEANUP COMPLETED AT THE ALABAMA PLATING COMPANY SUPERFUND SITE IN VINCENT, SHELBY COUNTY, ALABAMA
05/13/1999CONNECTICUT COMPANIES REDUCE THEIR 1997 TOXIC RELEASES BY 17 PERCENT SINCE 1995; EPA NAMES FIVE LARGEST POLLUTION EMITTERS
05/13/1999MASSACHUSETTS COMPANIES REDUCE THEIR 1997 TOXIC RELEASES BY 31% SINCE 1995; EPA NAMES FIVE LARGEST POLLUTION EMITTERS
05/13/1999MAINE COMPANIES REDUCE THEIR 1997 TOXIC RELEASES BY 14% SINCE 1995; EPA NAMES FIVE LARGEST POLLUTION EMITTERS
05/13/1999NEW HAMPSHIRE COMPANIES REDUCE THEIR 1997 TOXIC RELEASES BY 4% SINCE 1995; EPA NAMES FIVE LARGEST POLLUTION EMITTERS
05/13/1999RHODE ISLAND COMPANIES REDUCE THEIR 1997 TOXIC RELEASES BY 36% SINCE 1995; EPA NAMES FIVE LARGEST POLLUTION EMITTERS
05/13/1999EPA SEEKS INFORMATION ON PAST OPERATIONS AT THE CENTREDALE MANOR SITE IN NORTH PROVIDENCE
05/13/1999VERMONT COMPANIES REDUCE THEIR 1997 TOXIC RELEASES BY 18% SINCE 1995; EPA NAMES FIVE LARGEST POLLUTION EMITTERS
05/13/1999EPA RIVER "NAVIGATOR" SELECTED TO HELP COMMUNITIES IN RESTORATION OF HISTORIC BLACKSTONE AND WOONASQUATUCKET RIVERS
05/13/1999VIRGINIA WATER TREATMENT PLANT OWNER CONVICTED
05/13/1999FIFRA SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY PANEL MEETING MAY 25-27
05/13/1999EPA PROPOSES CHANGES IN DRINKING WATER
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION RULES
05/13/1999EPA REQUESTS PUBLIC COMMENT ON ENFORCEMENT AUDIT POLICY
05/13/1999IDAHO EMPLOYER CONVICTED OF EXPOSING EMPLOYEES TO CYANIDE
05/13/1999SUNWISE SCHOOL PROGRAM PILOT UNDERWAY
05/13/1999EPA Releases Most Recent Community Right-to-Know Data on Toxic Releases
05/12/1999EPA Takes Final Action on Virginia’s Dirty Waters List
05/12/1999EPA SETTLES WITH READING HOSPITAL, CONTRACTOR OVER ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS
05/12/1999U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, AIR FORCE SIGN CLEANUP AGREEMENT
05/12/1999DAIRY MANUFACTURER IN CONCORD, NH, AGREES TO $7,735 FINE AND PLANT IMPROVEMENTS
05/11/1999Two Louisiana Properties Added to National Superfund List
05/11/1999EPA Selects W. Va. Environmental Education Project For $200,000 Sustainable Development Challenge Grant
05/11/1999EPA Selects Washington, DC Building Recycling Project for $50,000 Sustainable Development Challenge Grant
05/11/1999MAY IS NATIONAL WETLANDS MONTH
05/11/1999EPA Revises Data for Boyertown Farms Site
05/11/1999EPA Selects Philadelphia Urban Farming Project for $50,000 Sustainable Development Challenge Grant - Remediated Brownfield Site has been recycled into Agri-Business
05/11/1999EPA Selects Maryland Anacostia Eco-Garden Project for $176,529 Sustainable Development Challenge Grant
05/11/1999APPALACHIAN POWER, CONTRACTOR TO PAY $23,000 OVER ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS AT GLEN LYN PLANT