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05/30/1997EPA WARNS WELLS OFFICIALS OF INTERTIDAL REQUIREMENTS
05/30/1997PA 1998 DEADLINE FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
05/30/1997PA PHOENIX PREPARES FOR CLEANER REFORMULATED FUEL

05/30/1997PA ASBESTOS CONTRACTOR SENTENCED
05/30/1997PA OIL SPILL NETS JAIL TERM FOR RAILROAD SUPERVISOR
05/30/1997PA CALIFORNIA COMPANY OWNER SENTENCED IN CLEAN WATER ACT CASE
05/30/1997PA WASTE HAULER COMPANY AND ITS OWNER CONVICTED OF RCRA CRIME
05/30/1997PA EPA ISSUES CHEMICAL SAFETY ALERTS FOR THE FIRST TIME
05/29/1997U.S. EPA CITES 3 ARIZONA FACILITIES FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK VIOLATIONS
05/29/1997U.S. EPA CITES 3 HAWAII FACILITIES FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK VIOLATIONS
05/29/1997CLEANER BURNING GASOLINE TO FLOW FROM ARIZONA PUMPS;
U.S. EPA SETS START DATE FOR NEW FUELS
05/29/1997ENVIRONMENTAL SETTLEMENT EXPANDS NEPONSET RIVER GREENWAY
05/28/1997LEAD CONTAMINATION REMOVED FROM DAY CARE CENTER ;
U.S. EPA ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF CLEANUP
05/27/1997PG&E TO PAY $14 MILLION TO SETTLE DIABLO CANYON MISSING DATA CASE
05/27/1997NTC EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO PARTICIPATE IN
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB FORUM ON CLEAN AIR PROPOSALS
MEDIA ADVISORY
05/23/1997U.S. EPA, CAL/EPA TO ANNOUNCE LARGEST CLEAN WATER CIVIL SETTLEMENT
05/21/1997NTC EPA ADMINISTRATOR TO PRESENT 19 STUDENT PROJECTS WITH THE PRESIDENT'S ENVIRONMENTAL YOUTH AWARDS

05/20/1997U.S. EPA ANNOUNCES LATEST DATA ON TOXIC RELEASES INTO ENVIRONMENT
05/20/1997Rhode Island Companies Reduce Toxic Releases by 15.5% in Single Year; EPA Names Ten Largest Pollution Emitters
05/20/1997Vermont Companies Reduce Toxic Releases by 16% in Single Year, EPA Names Ten Largest Pollution Emitters
05/20/1997New Hampshire Companies Reduce Toxic Releases by 18% in Single Year; EPA Names Ten Largest Pollution Emitters
05/20/1997Connecticut Companies Reduce Toxic Releases by 28% in Single Year, EPA Names Ten Largest Pollution Emitters
05/20/1997Massachusetts Companies Reduce Toxic Releases by 19% in Single Year, EPA Names Ten Largest Pollution Emitters
05/20/1997Maine Companies Reduce Toxic Releases by 4% in 1995; EPA Names Ten Largest Pollution Emitters
05/20/1997PR EPA's 1995 TOXICS RELEASE DATA INCLUDES
FIRST-EVER REPORTING ON 286 NEW CHEMICALS
05/19/1997U.S. EPA SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
05/19/1997NTC EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO REPORT LATEST COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW DATA ON LOCAL TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASES

MEDIA ADVISORY
05/16/1997PA LOUISIANA MAN ORDERED BACK TO PRISON
05/16/1997PA EPA INCREASES FEES FOR PROCESSING TOLERANCE PETITIONS
FOR PESTICIDES IN FOOD AND FEED BY 3.33 PERCENT
05/16/1997NTC U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO DELIVER KEYNOTE AT SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS CONFERENCE IN CLEVELAND, OHIO-MEDIA ADVISORY
05/16/1997PA TWO MINNESOTA MEN NAMED IN INDICTMENT
05/16/1997PA LOUISIANA FIRM PLEADS GUILTY TO POLLUTING MISSISSIPPI RIVER
05/16/1997PA EPA SOLICITS PROPOSALS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE GRANTS
05/16/1997PA CALIFORNIA FREIGHT RAILROADS TO USE
LESS POLLUTING ENGINES IN SOUTH COAST BAY AREA
05/16/1997PR EPA DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR HANSEN LAUNCHES
SENIOR CITIZENS' VOLUNTEER ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM
05/15/1997NTC BROWNER LAUNCHES SENIOR
ENVIRONMENTAL VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
05/13/1997Brownfields Grant for Ketchikan, AK
05/13/1997U.S. EPA SELECTS TWO CALIF. MUNICIPALITIES AS BROWNFIELDS PILOTS
05/13/1997U.S. EPA SELECTS CITY OF TUCSON FOR BROWNFIELDS PROJECT
05/13/1997EPA AWARDS CENTRAL FALLS SITE ASSESSMENT TO REDEVELOP CONTAMINATED PROPERTY
05/13/1997EPA AWARDS MAINE NEARLY $200,000 TO REDEVELOP CONTAMINATED PROPERTIES
05/13/1997EPA AWARDS NEARLY $750,000 IN BROWNFIELDS FUNDS TO MASSACHUSETTS CITIES
05/13/1997EPA AWARDS $400,000 IN BROWNFIELDS GRANTS AND SERVICES TO CONNECTICUT CITIES
05/13/1997NEW HAMPSHIRE STUDENTS RECEIVE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARDS
05/13/1997NTC ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY OF 34 NEW BROWNFIELDS
05/09/1997PA EPA, COAST GUARD FILE CASES
05/09/1997PA HOUSTON EXECUTIVE SENTENCED ON HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARGES
05/09/1997PA HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSPORTER CHARGED
05/09/1997PA RENDERING PLANT MANAGER PLEADS GUILTY
05/09/1997PA CONNECTICUT METAL FINISHER FINED ON ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES
05/09/1997PA SECOND MISSISSIPPI MAN CONVICTED OF PESTICIDE MISUSE
05/09/1997PA ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY SEMINAR TODAY
05/08/1997U.S. EPA REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH UNOCAL FOR HAZARDOUS RELEASES
05/07/1997SAN PABLO, RICHMOND KIDS GRADUATE FROM U.S. EPA SCHOOL PROGRAM
05/07/1997NTC SUPERFUND LEGISLATIVE REFORM PRINCIPLES
05/06/1997Construction Of Cleanup Measures Completed At Federal Superfund Site in Moreau, Saratoga County, New York
05/05/1997EPA seeks fine against Kellogg, ID mine
05/05/1997Idaho Water Quality Standards to be Released
05/05/1997SAN PABLO KIDS TO GRADUATE FROM U.S. EPA ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROJECT
05/05/1997PA ST. LOUIS AUTOMOTIVE SHOP OWNER SENTENCED TO 37 MONTHS IN JAIL
05/05/1997PA CHEMICAL COMPANY PAYS $350,000 FINE
05/05/1997PA DEVELOPER PLEADS TO ILLEGAL PCB STORAGE
05/05/1997PA FLORIDA BAY POLLUTION BRINGS INDICTMENT
05/05/1997PA INTERIM FINAL RULE FOR NONGOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES IN ANTARCTICA
05/05/1997PA EPA PROPOSES A ONE YEAR TOLERANCE ON COTTON FOR HERBICIDE BROMOXYNIL; DENIES TOLERANCE OF FUNGICIDE IPRODIONE ON COTTON
05/05/1997PA EPA ESTABLISHES FRAMEWORK TO MAKE NEW CLEANER CARS
05/05/1997PA EPA PROPOSES TO ADD DIOXIN TO TOXIC RELEASE INVENTORY

05/05/1997PA TWO ARRESTED AND INDICTED FROM CANADA ON CFC CHARGES
05/05/1997PA EPA AWARDS TEN UTILITIES IN SEVEN STATES FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION MEASURES CUTTING ACID RAIN AND GLOBAL WARMING EMISSIONS
05/02/1997NTC MEDIA ADVISORY-EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO VISIT EVERGLADES WITH INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT LEADERS
05/02/1997CONNECTICUT METAL FINISHER FINED IN FEDERAL COURT ON ENVIRONMENTAL CHARGES
05/01/1997PR U.S. EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO HOST ENVIRONMENT LEADERS' SUMMIT; CHILDREN'S HEALTH TOPS AGENDA
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