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03/31/2011EPA Seeks Public Comment on Draft Permits for Romulus Hazardous Waste Underground Injection Wells
03/31/2011Window World of St. Louis to Pay $19,529 Penalty for Failure to Notify Owners, Residents of Lead Risks Before Renovation
03/31/2011EPA Proposes to Grant Clean Air Act Petition to Improve Air Quality in New Jersey
03/31/2011EPA Proposes to Grant Clean Air Act Petition to Improve Air Quality in New Jersey; Agency action would cut transport of air pollutants from Pa. power plant
03/31/2011Martin Operating Partnership, LP Fined for Violating the Clean Water Act
03/30/2011EPA Seeks Public Comment on Sediment Cleanup Options for Boeing Plant 2, One of Duwamish River Corridor’s Most Contaminated Sites
03/30/2011EPA Signs Action Memorandum, Announces Plans for Off-Site Sampling for Contaminants at Carter Carburetor Site
03/30/2011EPA Streamlines Regulations for Car and Truck Fuel Conversion Systems/New options encourage innovation, maintain air quality protections
03/30/2011JOINT EPA/FDA STATEMENT: Update on Ongoing Monitoring
03/30/2011Fourth Round of Sampling Reveals No Indoor Air Health Concerns at Buildings 50 and 52 at the Bannister Federal Complex
03/30/2011Federal, State, Local Partners Clean Up Toxic WWII Era Greenhouse to Create Affordable Housing, Jobs
03/29/2011Cenex Harvest States, Inc. to pay EPA penalty and conduct safety workshops
03/29/2011City of Toppenish fined more than $134,000 for excess wastewater discharges
03/29/2011EPA to Hold Listening Session on Whether to Add Vapor Intrusion as a Criterion for Superfund Sites
03/28/2011EPA to Open Public Comment on Proposed Standards to Protect Aquatic Ecosystems
03/28/2011Gervais, Oregon-based Fiber-Fab pays $17,000 for failing to report on-site chemical use and releases
03/28/2011EPA Monitoring Continues to Confirm That No Radiation Levels of Concern Have Reached the United States
03/28/2011Spokane cold storage company pays $67,000 EPA penalty for failure to report ammonia release
03/28/2011Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force Opens State Information Call Lines
03/25/2011Proposed Permit Designed to Help Restore Health to New Hampshire’s Great Bay Estuary
03/25/2011Doe Run Resources, Missouri DNR Agree to Address Lead Contamination at St. Joe State Park in St. Francois County, Mo.
03/25/2011Accepting Nominations for the 2011 Gulf Guardian Awards!
03/25/2011EPA to Host Open Houses on Ten-Mile Drain Superfund Site in St. Clair Shores, Mich.
03/24/2011EPA Releases U.S. - Mexico Border Environmental and Health Report / Agencies work to address risks to people’s health and the environment in border communities
03/24/2011EPA Updates Web Tool Providing Clean Water Violation Trends and State Enforcement Response
03/23/2011Refrigeration Company Pays Penalty for Environmental Violations in 3 Mass. Facilities
03/23/2011Milford, Conn. Window and Siding Company to Pay Fine for Lead Notification Violations
03/22/2011CORRECTION: UPDATED – please note the addition of “hundreds of thousands” in the second and sixth paragraphs

Radiation Monitors Continue to Confirm That No Radiation Levels of Concern Have Reached the United States
03/22/2011Radiation Monitors Continue to Confirm That No Radiation Levels of Concern Have Reached the United States
03/22/2011U.S. EPA begins perchlorate contamination sampling at residence associated with former Mojave Pyrotechnics, Inc., site in Barstow
03/22/2011Richland College Receives EPA WasteWise College/University Partner of the Year Award
03/22/2011EPA Schedules Public Workshops on Housatonic “Rest of River” Cleanup
03/22/2011State of Texas Awarded Over $350,000 to Conduct Wetlands Survey
03/21/2011TOMORROW: EPA Administrator to Travel to California for Meetings with Agriculture, Business Leaders
03/21/2011Experts to Discuss Benefits to Kansas City Metro Area from EPA's Proposed Standards for Mercury, Air Toxics Pollution from Power Plants
03/21/2011EPA Provides Grant to Solve Wastewater Woes in Bryan, TX
03/21/2011EPA fines Mariana Acquisition Corp. for air pollution violations in Saipan
03/21/2011EPA Warns Online Shoppers about Illegal, Harmful Pesticide SalesEPA advierte a los consumidores sobre la venta de peligrosos pesticidas ilegales en el internet
03/21/2011Media Advisory: EPA Public Hearing on Dayton Power and Light J.M. Stuart Power Plant Wastewater Permit
03/18/2011JOINT EPA/DOE STATEMENT: Radiation Monitors Confirm That No Radiation Levels of Concern Have Reached the United States
03/18/2011Dubuque, Iowa, Being Recognized for Drinking Water System Innovations
03/18/2011Kean University Signs Agreement with EPA To Enhance Sustainability
03/18/2011Cities Competing to Win EPA’s Green Power Community Challenge / District of Columbia and Brookville, Md. currently lead the green power charge
03/17/2011Tewksbury-based Supermarket Chain Agrees to EPA Penalty to Settle Environmental Reporting Violations
03/17/2011Connecticut Chemical Distributor Agrees to Pay $164,000 for Clean Air and Right-to-Know Violations
03/17/2011Media availability/photo opportunity 2 p.m. today on Chicago Lakefront
03/17/2011EPA Issues Extension to Greenhouse Gas Reporting Deadline
03/16/2011EPA Proposes First National Standard for Mercury Pollution from Power Plants
03/16/2011EPA Warns, “Children Act Fast...So Do Poisons,” in Observance of Poison Prevention Week / National awareness campaign planned for March 20-26 to reduce poisonings in U.S. “Los niños actúan con rapidez...al igual que los venenos,” advierte EPA durante la observación de la Semana de la Prevención de Envenenamientos /

Campaña nacional de concientización planeada para del 20 al 26 de marzo para reducir casos de envenenamiento en Estados Unidos
03/16/2011EPA Proposes First National Standard for Mercury Pollution from Power Plants / Mercury and air toxics standards represent one of strongest health protections from air pollution since passage of Clean Air ActEPA propone primeros estándares nacionales para combatir contaminación de mercurio emitido por plantas energéticas /

“Estándares de mercurio y tóxicos en el aire” representan una de las protecciones de salud pública más fuertes desde entrar en vigor la Ley de Aire Limpio; tendrán grandes implicaciones para comunidad latina
03/16/2011TODAY: EPA, American Lung Association to Hold Press Conference to Discuss Mercury and Air Toxics Standards
03/15/2011EPA to Host Public Listening Session on Whether to Add Vapor Intrusion as a Criterion for Superfund Sites
03/15/2011Bay Area Municipalities Ordered to Protect San Francisco Bay from Sewage Discharges
03/15/2011Boston Area Ranked 12th Metropolitan Area for ENERGY STAR Labeled Buildings
03/15/2011EPA and Pelham Students Learn Importance Of Recycling Electronics at Visit to Recycling Plant in Mt. Vernon, NY
03/15/2011TOMORROW: EPA, American Lung Association to Hold Press Conference to Discuss Mercury and Air Toxics Standards
03/15/2011EPA to Accelerate New Bedford Harbor Cleanup with Use of a Confined Aquatic Disposal Cell
03/15/2011TVA to Pay $450,000 Civil Penalty for Clean Air Act Violations at the Widows Creek Fossil Plant in Stevenson, Ala.
03/15/2011Washington D.C. among top 10 cities with Energy Star certified buildings
03/15/2011Philadelphia-area among top 20 cities with Energy Star certified buildings
03/14/2011EPA Recognizes City of Medford, Mass. With Energy Star Awards
03/14/2011EPA public comment period begins on proposed approval for Clinton Landfill; public meeting on April 13
03/14/2011Consol Energy to Pay $5.5 Million to Settle Clean Water Act Violations
03/14/2011Miami Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
03/14/2011Charlotte, NC Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
03/14/2011Atlanta Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
03/14/2011EPA Proposes to Defer GHG Permitting Requirements for Industries that Use Biomass/Agency aims for science-based, reasonable approach to biomass
03/14/2011EPA Announces U.S. Cities with the Most Energy Star Certified Buildings / Third annual list shows dramatic growth, savings of energy efficient buildings
03/11/2011MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA’S ANN ARBOR LAB HOSTS ECOCAR CHALLENGE RIDE AND DRIVE MARCH 14
03/11/2011EPA Encourages Americans to Save Water During Fix a Leak Week
03/11/2011Honeywell Pleads Guilty in Illinois to Illegal Storage of Hazardous Waste / Corporation sentenced to pay $11.8 million criminal fine
03/11/2011EPA Regional Administrator Karl Brooks to Host March 15 Regulatory Reform Listening Session in Springfield, Mo.
03/11/2011City of Yonkers Launches Fluorescent Light Bulb Recycling Program
03/11/2011EPA Encourages Americans to Save Water During Fix a Leak WeekEPA insta a todos a que ahorren agua durante la “semana de repare el goteo”
03/11/2011Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, Testimony Before the U.S. House Subcommittees on Energy and Power and Environment and Economy, As Prepared
03/11/2011Aircraft to help re-vegetate Appalachian Trail portion of Palmerton Zinc Superfund Site
03/11/2011EPA Updates National Air Toxics Assessment
03/10/2011Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, Testimony Before the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture
03/10/2011EPA seeks public input on presidential order to review federal regulations
03/10/2011New Robot System to Test 10,000 Chemicals for Toxicity
03/10/2011U.S. Commerce Department Announces Launch of i6 Green Challenge to Promote Clean Energy Innovation and Economic Growth/U.S. departments of Agriculture, Commerce and Energy, along with the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Science Foundation, support entrepreneurship initiative
03/10/2011EPA Regulatory Reform “Listening Session” Scheduled for Monday, March 21, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
03/09/2011TOMORROW: EPA Administrator to Testify Before House Committee on Agriculture
03/09/2011EPA Recognizes Philadelphia School District with a National Great Start Award
03/09/2011Eastern Oregon farm and trucking company face $34,000 fine for diesel spill
03/09/2011U.S. EPA announces settlements with six companies at San Fernando Valley Superfund Site