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04/30/1999Cushing, Oklahoma, Site Proposed for National Superfund Listing
04/30/1999Plainview, Arkansas, Site Proposed for National Superfund Listing
04/30/1999Jasper, Texas, Site Proposed for National Superfund Listing
04/30/1999Louisiana Chemical Plant Charged with Multiple Environmental Violations
04/30/1999A GREEN SOLUTION TO POLLUTION - Arbor Day Tree Planting in South Philly Marks Innovative Settlement of EPA Complaint
04/30/1999EPA Proposes $58 Million Cleanup Plan For Buried Creosote at Federal Superfund Site in Manville Borough, New Jersey; Public Meeting Set
04/30/1999FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL OFFICIALS TO HOST SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MEETING IN ATLANTA
04/29/1999Bluefield and Shady Spring Get Grants to Improve Wastewater Treatment
04/29/1999READING TO PAY $80,000 TO SETTLE ALLEGED CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS INVOLVING CITY’S WASTEWATER PLANT
04/29/1999MORE TIME TO REPAY WEST VIRGINIA SEWER LOANS
04/29/1999ILLINOIS COMPANY AND SIX EMPLOYEES INDICTED
04/29/1999THE BROWNFIELDS PROGRAM RECOGNIZED BY RENEW AMERICA
04/29/1999EPA KICKS OFF 25TH DRINKING WATER ANNIVERSARY
04/29/1999EPA UPGRADES WATERSHED INDICATORS
04/29/1999MINNESOTA COMPANY AND VICE PRESIDENT INDICTED
04/29/1999TWO FORMER MANAGERS OF GEORGIA CHEMICAL
AND PLASTICS PLANT SENTENCED
04/29/1999EPA/OSHA ISSUE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORT
04/28/1999EPA SELECTS TWO PROJECTS IN THE SOUTHEAST FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM
04/27/1999Tips for Accessing Toxic Release Inventory Information
04/27/1999EPA ORDERS COMPANIES, COUNTY TO RESOLVE LANDFILL PROBLEMS
04/27/1999U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO ADDRESS BOSTON’S FORD HALL FORUM
04/26/1999Harleysville Insurance Companies Take the Anti-Pollution Pledge Today
04/26/1999PRESS ADVISORY: SECOND ANNUAL GEORGIA CHILDREN’S WATER FESTIVAL TO BE HELD IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA
04/23/1999U.S. Asks Judge To Make PRASA Pay For Failing To Comply With Mayaguez Settlement
04/23/1999EPA ISSUES RECORD OF DECISION FOR THE ROSS METALS SUPERFUND SITE IN ROSSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, TENNESSEE
04/23/1999ONE SITE IN THE SOUTHEAST PROPOSED FOR INCLUSION ON EPA'S SUPERFUND LIST
04/22/1999Three Community Projects Win EPA Grants
04/22/1999DOWNINGTOWN SCHOOLS DEMONSTRATE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
04/22/1999Three Mid-Atlantic Hazardous Waste Sites Proposed to Superfund National Priorities List
04/22/1999EPA HONORS TWO HAWAII ORGANIZATIONS
04/22/1999U.S. EPA, ASSOCIATED PLASTICS INC. SETTLE CASE FOR $10,367
04/22/1999EPA HONORS THREE NEVADA ORGANIZATIONS
04/22/1999EPA HONORS NINE ARIZONA INDIVIDUALS, ORGANIZATIONS
04/22/1999EPA HONORS 22 CALIFORNIA ORGANIZATIONS, INDIVIDUALS
04/22/1999U.S. EPA AWARDS $200,000 BROWNFIELDS GRANT TO CITY OF COLTON
04/22/1999EPA Proposes Lead Contaminated Yards In Brisas Del Rosario As A Site For The Federal Superfund National Priorities List
04/22/1999EPA Proposes Inactive Landfill in Atlantic County, New Jersey To The Superfund National Priorities List
04/22/1999EPA Adds The Former Peter Cooper Corporations Site in Cattaraugus County, New York To The Superfund National Priorities List
04/22/1999EPA Proposes Former Drum Reconditioning Facility in Camden, New Jersey To The Superfund National Priorities List
04/22/1999U.S./Glen Cove Industrial Development Agency Agreement Spurs Redevelopment of EPA Superfund Site on Long Island's North Shore
04/22/1999EPA Takes Brooklyn 3rd Graders On Internet Tour Of Earth; Earth Day Brings 5 Computers and EPA Head To P.S. 99
04/22/1999EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to Six in Rhode Island
04/22/1999MAINE ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMPIONS RECEIVE EPA MERIT AWARDS
04/22/1999EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to Six in New Hampshire
04/22/1999EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 16 in Massachusetts
04/22/1999VERMONT ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMPIONS RECEIVE EPA MERIT AWARDS
04/22/1999CONNECTICUT ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMPIONS RECEIVE EPA MERIT AWARDS
04/22/1999EPA PROPOSES EASTLAND WOOLEN MILL TO THE SUPERFUND
04/22/1999EPA OPPOSES PROPOSED RUNWAY EXPANSION AT LOGAN AIRPORT
04/22/1999FACT SHEETS--PRESIDENT CLINTON AND VICE PRES. GORE ANNOUNCES NEW NATIONAL STRATEGY TO RESTORE PRISTINE SKIES IN NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDERNESS AREAS
04/22/1999VICE PRESIDENT GORE ANNOUNCES NEW NATIONAL STRATEGY TO RESTORE PRISTINE SKIES IN NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDERNESS AREAS
04/22/1999MAJOR FISH KILL LEADS TO GUILTY PLEA BY IDADO COMPANY
04/22/1999EPA RELEASES MANUAL "RECOGNITION AND
MANAGEMENT OF PESTICIDE POISONINGS"
04/22/1999UPDATED GUIDANCE FOR RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
04/22/1999EPA AND OKLAHOMA SIGN AGREEMENT CONCERNING
STATE VOLUNTARY CLEANUP PROGRAM
04/22/1999EPA PROPOSES NEW SITES TO NPL
04/22/1999EPA RELEASES MULTI-YEAR STRATEGY FOR BEACHES
04/21/1999EPA Study Confirms Contamination in Lower Duwamish River
04/21/1999Washington Heights Group Wins Top Honors In President's Environmental Youth Awards Contest
04/21/1999High School Students In Manahawkin Win Award For Helpting To Save Endangered Lily
04/21/1999Armonk Schools Wins Environmental Award For Bluebird Habitat Project
04/21/1999EPA REGION 4 CELEBRATES EARTH DAY BY RECOGNIZING ITS PARTNERS IN THE ENERGY STAR BUILDINGS PROGRAM
04/21/1999EPA COMPLETES HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE REMOVAL AT THE CAROLINA STEEL DRUM SITE IN ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA
04/20/1999Texas Firms Recognized for Environmental Leadership
04/20/1999EPA CRACKS DOWN ON POLLUTING PULP MILLS
04/20/1999EARTH DAY EDUCATION EXTRAVAGANZA IN CHESTER, Pa.
04/20/1999THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO'S RIDGEHAVEN BUILDING RECEIVES THE FIRST ENERGY STAR LABEL FOR BUILDINGS
04/20/1999STATEMENT FROM JOHN P. DeVILLARS REGARDING CUMULATIVE EXPOSURE PROJECT (CEP) DATA
04/20/1999EPA PROPOSES $297,000 FINE AGAINST CONNECTICUT FIRM FOR MISHANDLING HAZARDOUS WASTE
04/20/1999EPA RELEASES 1997 DRINKING WATER REPORT
04/20/1999FRANCIS X. LYONS NAMED AS EPA REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR IN MIDWEST
04/19/1999NINE COMPANIES MEET THE EARTH DAY CHALLENGE
04/19/1999EPA’s New Labs Focus on Good Science
04/19/1999EPA TO HONOR LEADING WESTERN ENVIRONMENTALISTS ON EARTH DAY
04/19/1999U.S. EPA SETTLES HAZARDOUS WASTE VIOLATION AT BIA'S DILCON SCHOOL