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05/31/2013EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan to Remove Lead at Raritan Bay Superfund Site in Old Bridge and Sayreville, New Jersey; $79 Million Cleanup Will Remove Lead from Popular Beach and Public Park
05/30/2013Public Comments Sought on Proposed Coal Ash Cleanup Settlement with Rotary Drilling Supply in Jefferson County, Mo.
05/30/2013Tesoro to pay $1.1 million to resolve Clean Air Act violations
05/30/2013Poor Air Quality Will Continue in Southern New England, including N.H. and Maine Coasts, for Friday and Saturday
05/30/2013Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc. to pay penalty for chemical reporting violations at Aragonite, Utah facility
05/30/2013Reddy Ice Corporation to pay penalty and improve accident prevention and preparedness at Denver facility
05/30/2013Tesoro to Pay $1.1 Million to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations
05/30/2013EPA Recognizes U.S. Coast Guard for Efficient, Green Cleanup of Curtis Bay Yard Superfund Site
05/29/2013Poor Air Quality Predicted for South Coastal New England Until Saturday June 1
05/29/2013Camden Hills Regional High School Wins Two National Environmental Education Awards
05/29/2013EPA Proposes Rules to Protect Americans from Exposure to Formaldehyde EPA propone normas para proteger a las personas en EE.UU. de la exposición a formaldehido
05/29/2013Aerial Survey Shows Radiological Wastes Contained in Secure Areas of West Lake Landfill; No Public Health Risks Posed
05/29/2013Farm Services Cooperative, of Shelby, Iowa, to Pay $21,450 Civil Penalty for Sale of Restricted Use Pesticides
05/28/2013Wal-Mart Pleads Guilty To Federal Environmental Crimes And Civil Violations And Will Pay More Than $81 Million / Retailer admits violating criminal and civil laws designed to protect water quality and to ensure proper handling of hazardous wastes and pesticidesWal-Mart se declara culpable de crímenes ambientales federales y violaciones civiles y pagará más de $81 millones /
Minorista admite violar leyes criminales y civiles diseñadas a proteger la calidad de agua y asegurar el manejo adecuado de desechos peligrosos y plaguicidas
05/28/2013EPA Region 7 to Hold May 29 Press Call to Discuss Aerial Radiological Survey of West Lake Landfill in Bridgeton, Mo.
05/28/2013$291,000 Grant to Keokuk, Iowa, for Sewer Project
05/28/2013U.S. EPA to Hold Public Interagency Meeting on Reactive Nitrogen Research in Fresno, CA
05/23/2013Iowa Ranks in Top 10 among States for Skin Cancer; Residents Urged to Take Protective Actions as Part of 'Don't Fry Day'
05/23/2013EPA to be reimbursed $340K for hazardous waste cleanup at Lin-Electric Superfund site in Mercer County, W.Va.
05/23/2013EPA Sets May 29, 2013 for Community Information Session on Cleanup Status Involving Motiva's Pickett Road Terminal Leak
05/23/2013United States Takes Action to Reduce Hazards from Phosphoric Acid Manufacturing at Louisiana Facility
05/22/2013Company to Upgrade Treatment and Pay Penalties after Discharge Violations at Western Pa. Oil and Gas Wastewater Treatment Facilities
05/22/2013EPA participates in Blue Mountain tree planting project at Palmerton Zinc Superfund site
05/22/2013EPA Begins Summer Monitoring to Protect Area Beaches, Coastal Waters and New York/New Jersey Harbor
05/22/2013EPA places Salt Lake City groundwater plume on National Priority List
05/22/2013Coffeyville Resources Refining and Marketing to Pay $300,000 to Settle Violations of Clean Air Act at Kansas Oil Refinery
05/22/2013EPA Reaches Agreement with Several Companies to Conduct a Study of a Contaminated Site in the New Jersey Meadowlands Near Hackensack River
05/21/2013Two Mass. Sites Added to National Superfund List, and One N.H. Site Proposed to be Listed
05/21/2013EPA proposes to add Makah Reservation Warmhouse Beach dump to federal Superfund cleanup list
05/21/2013EPA Orders Continued Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater at Former Manufacturing Facility in Richmond, Va.
05/21/2013EPA proposes Missoula County mill site for Superfund designation
05/21/2013Former United Zinc and Associated Smelters Site in Iola, Kan., Added to Superfund’s National Priorities List for Cleanup
05/21/2013EPA Adds Two Hazardous Waste Sites in the Southeast to Superfund’s National Priorities List, Proposing an Additional Two Sites
05/21/2013EPA Adds the Matlack, Inc. Site in Woolwich Township, New Jersey to the Superfund List
05/21/2013EPA Adds the Riverside Industrial Park in Newark, New Jersey to the Superfund List; Seven Acre Site along the Passaic River Contaminated with PCBs and Volatile Organic Compounds
05/21/2013EPA Proposes to Add Wilcox Oil Site in Creek Co., OK, to National Priorities List of Superfund Sites
05/21/2013New EPA Video Highlights Success of Citizen Science Efforts in Tonawanda, NY
05/21/2013EPA Adds Nine Hazardous Waste Sites to Superfund’s National Priorities List/Agency also proposes to add an additional nine sites
05/21/2013EPA Advises Facility Operators to Minimize Releases during Hazardous Weather Events
05/20/2013Skin Cancer Remains the Most Common Cancer in US, Americans Urged to Take Action/EPA, CDC, FDA, National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention provide sun safety tips for 'Don’t Fry Day': May 24th
Cáncer de la piel continúa siendo el cáncer más común en EE.UU. Se exhorta a las personas en este país a tomar acción / EPA, CDC, FDA y el Consejo Nacional para la Prevención de Cáncer de la Piel proveen consejos para protegerse del sol durante el “Día de No Freírse”: 24 de mayo
05/17/2013EPA to Hold Public Meeting Regarding the Stony Hill Road TCE Site
05/17/2013EPA Transfers Operations of Whittier Narrows Treatment Plant to State of California
05/17/2013Federal Agencies Expand Urban Waterway Revitalization Effort to Proctor Creek in Atlanta
05/17/2013EPA Recognizes Environmental Innovation at Science Competition for High School Students/Jacquel Caron Rivers and Arne Joi Saguni Nipales win the Patrick H. Hurd Sustainability Award, and will participate in National Sustainable Design Expo in 2014
05/16/2013EPA joins other agencies to finalize summer work plans for Pennsylvania Mine cleanup
05/16/2013San Diego County Meets National Air Quality Standard for Smog
05/16/2013TOMORROW: EPA Acting Administrator to Keynote National Brownfields Conference in Atlanta, GA
05/16/2013Texaco Begins Soil Cleanup, Additional Groundwater Work at Ventura County Superfund Site
05/16/2013EPA Acting Administrator Bob Perciasepe, Testimony Before the House Energy and Commerce Committee
05/15/2013EPA orders gas stations to close underground injection wells to protect drinking water sources on Yakama Reservation
05/15/2013TOMORROW: EPA Acting Administrator to Testify on Fiscal Year 2014 Proposed Budget Before House Energy and Commerce Committee
05/14/2013Middle Rio Grande Urban Waters Federal Partnership
05/14/2013EPA to host Public Availability Session Regarding the Reef Environmental Site in Sylacauga, AL
05/14/2013Federal Agencies Expand Urban Waterway Revitalization Efforts in Western Lake Erie Basin
05/14/2013FRIDAY - Federal Agencies to Announce Urban Waterway Revitalization Effort in Proctor Creek
05/13/2013Federal Agencies Seek Input to Update Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan
05/10/2013Federal Agencies Expand Urban Waterway Revitalization Efforts in Communities Across the NationAgencias federales expanden esfuerzos de revitalización de las vías acuáticas urbanas en comunidades en todo el país
05/10/2013Rhode Island Shipbuilder to Pay Fine and Take Actions to Reduce Air Emissions under Settlement with EPA
05/10/2013EPA Awards $12 Million to Clean Up New England Brownfield Sites
05/10/2013MONDAY: EPA to Recognize Center for Transportation and the Environment and Delta Airlines for Grant Project Completion
05/09/2013Up to $9 Million Available from EPA for 2013 Diesel Emission Reduction Grants
05/09/2013EPA, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, and City of Ocilla, GA Develop Dynamic Partnership
05/09/2013EPA Conducts “Five-Year Review” for 16 New England Superfund Sites
05/09/2013EPA Approves Pennsylvania Impaired Waters List
05/08/2013Eight cities and counties in Idaho, Oregon and Washington receive $2.6 million from EPA to assess, clean up and revitalize brownfield properties
05/08/2013Eleven Entities in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska to Receive More Than $4.5M from EPA to Assess, Clean up and Revitalize Brownfield Properties
05/08/2013EPA to Present Food Recovery Challenge Achievement Award to Kansas State University
05/08/2013FRIDAY: Federal Urban Waters Partnership to Announce New Program Locations and Partner Agencies
05/08/2013E-Scrap Events Net Nine Tons of Used Electronics
05/08/2013EPA Awards $800,000 in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Tennessee
05/08/2013EPA Awards $800,000 in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Greenville County, SC
05/08/2013EPA Awards $800,000 in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Alabama
05/08/2013EPA Awards $400,000 in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Kentucky
05/08/2013City of New Rockford (N.D.) receives $200K for cleanup of hospital site
05/08/2013City of Minot (N.D.) receives $600K for property assessment, cleanup and redevelopment
05/08/2013Fort Peck Tribes (Mont.) receive $200K for cleanup of Old Poplar Airport site
05/08/2013EPA Provides $600,000 to Community in Puerto Rico to Support Assessments, Cleanups and Revitalization of Contaminated PropertiesEPA proporciona $600,000 a comunidad en Puerto Rico para apoyar evaluaciones, limpiezas y revitalización de propiedades contaminadas
05/08/2013EPA Awards $4.2 Million in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Florida
05/08/2013Alamosa (Colo.) receives $200K for cleanup of Pink Elephant property
05/08/2013Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (Mont.) receive $400K for assessment of contaminated sites
05/08/2013EPA Awards $2.4 Million in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Mississippi
05/08/2013EPA Awards $2 Million in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in North Carolina
05/08/2013EPA Provides $1.4 Million to Communities in Upstate New York to Support Assessments, Cleanups and Revitalization of Contaminated Properties
05/08/2013EPA Awards $1.8 Million in Brownfields Grants to Cleanup and Revitalize Communities in Georgia
05/08/2013EPA Provides $1 Million to New York City and North Hempstead, Long Island to Support Assessments, Cleanups and Revitalization of Contaminated Properties
05/08/2013EPA Provides Nearly $3.8 Million to Communities in New Jersey to Support Assessments, Cleanups and Revitalization of Contaminated Properties
05/08/2013U.S. EPA Awards City of Brea $200,000 Brownfields Grant to Transform Former Railroad Tracks into Greenspace
05/08/2013$1 million given to Nye County, Nevada in U.S. EPA Brownfields grants to support site assessment and cleanup of toxics
05/08/2013U.S. EPA awards $400,000 in Brownfields assessment funds to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs
05/08/2013Two Grass Valley, Calif., groups awarded $1 million in U.S. EPA Brownfields grants