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09/30/2015U.S. EPA settles with East Bay MUD over hazardous waste violations
09/30/2015Nineteen Emergency Planning and Emergency Response Agencies Honored For Their Work in Reducing Chemical Risk
09/30/2015EPA Reaches $55 Million Settlement for Soil Clean-up at South-Bay Superfund Site
09/30/20152:30 PM EDT: EPA to Hold Media Call on Updated Ozone Standards
09/30/2015Contaminated Sediment Removal to begin at Pier 4 by the Port of Tacoma
09/30/2015FRIDAY: EPA Administrator Visiting Georgia Tech to Discuss Manufacturing Innovation and Environmental Sustainability
09/30/2015EPA Adds a Franklin, Mass. Hazardous Waste Site to Superfund’s National Priorities List
09/30/2015EPA, Pueblo of Cochiti Develop Green Infrastructure Projects
09/30/2015EPA Announces $7 Million in Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions from School BusesEPA anuncia $7 millones en fondos para reducir
emisiones de diesel de los autobuses escolares
09/30/2015EPA Invites Public Comment on Interim Cleanup Plan for CTS of Asheville Inc. Superfund Site; Public Meeting Set for October 13
09/30/2015Tractor Supply Company Agrees to Implement Company-Wide Compliance Program to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations
09/30/2015EPA Finalizes Plan to Protect Drinking Water in Corozal, P.R.; $3 Million Spent to Date
09/30/2015EPA Finalizes $14 Million Plan to Remove Pollutants from Former Sherwin-Williams Plant in Gibbsboro, New Jersey
09/30/2015EPA Announces National Limits to Reduce Toxic Pollutants Discharged into Waterways by Steam Electric Power Plants
09/30/2015TODAY: EPA Media Call on Final Steam Electric Effluent Limitation Guidelines
09/29/2015EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to speak at the 1st International Environmental Youth Symposium 2015 in Atlanta, Ga.
09/29/2015EPA Region 7 and Donnelly College to Combine Efforts on Joint Research and Teaching Initiatives
09/29/2015Grain Handling Facility at Freeman, Washington Added to Superfund Cleanup List
09/29/2015U.S. EPA Requires Guardian Industries Corp. to Cut Harmful Air Pollution at Glass Manufacturing Plants in Seven States
09/29/2015Settlement Will Provide Nearly $194 Million for Cleanup Work at the Superfund Site in Bridgewater Township, N.J.
09/29/2015EPA Settlement Ensures that Ludlow, Mass. Water is Better Protected from Oil Spills
09/29/2015Guardian Industries Corp. to Cut Harmful Air Pollution at Flat Glass Manufacturing Plants in Seven States
09/29/2015EPA Approves New Mexico’s Clean Air Plan
09/29/2015EPA Updates Emissions Standards for Petroleum Refineries/First-ever fenceline monitoring requirements will protect nearby communities
09/29/2015Municipality of Isabela Agrees to Environmental Improvements at Landfill; Settlement with EPA Sets Timetable for Landfill’s Closure and Launches Recycling Program
09/29/20151:15 PM EDT: EPA to Hold Media Call on Final Refineries Rule
09/28/2015EPA Announces $7 Million in Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions from School Buses
09/28/2015EPA Proposes the Addition of Sites in Atlantic, Iowa, and Norfolk, Nebraska, to Superfund’s National Priorities List
09/28/2015U.S. EPA announces availability of $7 million to replace or retrofit old school buses
09/28/2015EPA Proposes Fairmont City, Illinois, site for Superfund National Priorities List
09/28/2015EPA adds Illinois hazardous waste site to Superfund National Priorities List
09/28/2015EPA Proposes Indianapolis hazardous waste site for Superfund National Priorities List
09/28/2015New England Had More Unhealthy Air Quality Days during Summer Ozone Season
09/28/2015EPA Proposes to Add Roswell, NM, Groundwater Plume to National Priorities List of Superfund Sites; Five hazardous waste sites added, seven proposed nationally
09/28/2015EPA Adds Louisiana Site to National Priorities List of Superfund Sites
09/28/2015EPA Adds Burnet Co., TX, Groundwater Plume to National Priorities List of Superfund Sites; Five hazardous waste sites added, seven proposed nationally
09/28/2015EPA Proposes to Add N.J. Pesticides Manufacturing Facility to Superfund List of Hazardous Waste Sites
09/28/2015EPA Announces $7 Million in Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions from School Buses
09/28/2015EPA Adds Five Hazardous Waste Sites to Superfund’s National Priorities List and Proposes an Additional Seven
09/28/2015EPA Announces $7 Million in Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions from School Buses
09/28/2015EPA Updates Standards to Increase Safety and Protect the Health of America’s Farmworkers/Revised standards give farmworkers health protections under the law similar to those already afforded to workers in other industriesLa EPA actualiza los estándares para mejorar la seguridad y proteger la salud de los trabajadores agrícolas en Estados Unidos / Los estándares revisados otorgan a los trabajadores agrícolas protecciones de salud conforme a la ley similares a los ya otorgados a trabajadores en otras industrias
09/25/2015EPA, Texas Tech Host Children’s Health Symposium in El Paso
09/25/201510:00 AM EDT TODAY: EPA To Provide Update Following Recent Volkswagen Announcement
09/25/2015EPA Update on Recent Volkswagen AnnouncementActualización de EPA sobre reciente anuncio de Volkswagen
09/24/2015EPA Finalizes Rule to Modernize Clean Water Act Reporting
09/24/2015EPA Proposes New Protections for International Hazardous Waste Shipments
09/24/2015EPA Cites FMC Corp. For Violating Federal Pesticide Law
09/24/2015Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Signs Legal Agreement with EPA and U.S. Department of Justice to Reduce Air Pollution at Two Power Plants
09/24/2015Pollution Prevention: Where Sustainability Begins
09/24/2015FRIDAY: EPA Administrator Visiting Notre Dame to Discuss Moral Obligation for Climate Action
09/23/2015EPA Awards $4.3 Million in Supplemental Revolving Loan Funds to Clean up Contaminated Brownfields Sites in New England
09/23/2015Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo., and State of Missouri to Receive Shares of EPA Brownfields Funds for Environmental Cleanups
09/23/2015EPA Awards Pulaski County $350,000 to Clean up Contaminated Brownfields Sites
09/23/2015 EPA, Mexico Continue Partnership to Improve Environment on Border
09/23/2015EPA and Partners to Participate in Proctor Creek Community Showcase in Atlanta
09/23/2015EPA Announces $400,000 in supplemental brownfields funding to help cleanup, redevelop Allentown site
09/23/2015Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council to Receives $300,000 to Clean up and Redevelop Contaminated Brownfields Sites
09/23/2015Palm Beach County to Receive $300,000 to Clean up and Redevelop Contaminated Brownfields Sites
09/23/2015City of Atlanta and the Development Authority of DeKalb County to each Receive $300,000 to Clean up and Redevelop Contaminated Brownfields Sites
09/23/2015EPA Announces $300,000 in Supplemental Funds to Clean up Contaminated Brownfields Sites in South Carolina
09/23/2015EPA Provides $400,000 to Clean Up Brownfields in New York City; Neighborhoods Impacted by Superstorm Sandy Among Those to Benefit
09/23/2015EPA Announces $13.2 Million in Supplemental Funds to Clean up Contaminated Brownfields Sites Across the Country
09/23/2015EPA Settlement with Beltsville, Md. Company Improves Oil Spill Prevention and Protects Anacostia River
09/23/2015EPA Takes Action Against Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Violations in Monmouth County, Middlesex County and Paterson, New Jersey
09/22/2015U.S. EPA proposes Allied Landfill Cleanup Plan; accepting comments
09/22/2015U.S. EPA requires Cupertino cement company to report toxic chemicals, commit to environmental projects
09/22/201525th Anniversary of Pollution Prevention Act Serves as Reminder That Everyone Can Take Steps for a Healthy Environment
09/22/2015U.S. EPA Awards $15 Million Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grant to Clean Up Black River Area of Concern on Lake Erie
09/22/2015EPA requires major agricultural chemical dealer to safely manage pesticides
09/21/2015WEDNESDAY: EPA to Hold Public Hearings on Proposed Oil and Gas Rules
09/21/2015EPA Celebrates Sustainability Improvements at N. Dartmouth, Mass. Superfund Site
09/21/2015EPA Designates September 21-25 as SepticSmart Week
09/21/2015Bayer Cropscience to Enhance Safeguards at Chemical Facilities in Four States to Settle Violations at W.V. Plant
09/21/2015Bayer CropScience to Enhance Safeguards at Chemical Facilities in Four States to Settle Violations at W. Va. Plant
09/21/2015EPA Encourages Homeowners and Communities to Maintain Septic Systems During SepticSmart Week
09/18/2015MONDAY: EPA to Hold U.S.-Mexico Border 2020 Conference
09/18/2015Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
09/18/2015Federal Penalty for Swampscott Water Pollution
09/18/2015EPA, California Notify Volkswagen of Clean Air Act Violations / Carmaker allegedly used software that circumvents emissions testing for certain air pollutants
09/18/201512:00 PM EST: EPA To Make Announcement Today Regarding Major Automaker
09/17/2015EPA Seeks Input on Draft Monitoring Plan Following Gold King Mine Release
09/17/2015EPA Approves Massachusetts Plan to Protect Cape Cod Waters
09/16/2015EPA and USDA Join Private Sector, Charitable Organizations to Set Nation’s First Goals to Reduce Wasted Food
09/16/2015EPA Recognizes Jackson Walk in Jackson, TN for Smart Growth Achievement
09/16/2015EPA Recognizes Three Communities for Smart Growth Achievement
09/16/2015EPA and Partners to Host Free Environmental Justice Workshop in Gulfport, Miss.
09/16/2015Representative Rodney Frelinghuysen and EPA Tour Superfund Sites in Morris, Essex and Sussex Counties
09/16/2015ADVISORY: EPA Administrator McCarthy Testifying Today Before Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
09/15/2015EPA Updates Gold King Mine Response Website with Sampling Results, Documents
09/15/2015EPA, USDA Join to Set Nation’s First Food Waste Reduction Goals with Charities and Private Companies
09/15/2015Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority to
Upgrade Sewage Infrastructure; Sewage Pollution in Martín Peña Canal, San Juan Bay, Condado Lagoon, and Atlantic Ocean will be Reduced
La Autoridad de Acueductos y Alcantarillados de Puerto Rico va a implementar mejoras a la infraestructura de agua sanitaria / Se reducirá la contaminación causada por aguas usadas en el Caño Martín Peña,
Bahía de San Juan, la Laguna del Condado, y el Océano Atlántico
09/15/2015Three Small Businesses in Conn. and Mass. Awarded EPA Research Grants
09/15/2015TODAY: EPA Administrator McCarthy to Address Growth Energy Conference
09/14/2015EPA To Take Public Input on Draft Plan to Decontaminate and Dismantle PCB Processing Facility in Fort Edward, NY