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09/30/2010Scotts Manufacturing Company to Pay $148,388 Penalty for Hazardous Waste Issues at Fort Madison, Iowa, Facility
09/30/2010U.S. EPA applauds American Samoa’s decision to ban plastic shopping bags
09/30/2010Nebraska’s Water Quality Standards Approved
09/30/2010Removal and Clean Up Work Begins at Easthampton, Mass. Site
09/30/2010Independent Science Advisory Board Draft Review Supports EPA Science on Mountaintop Mining Impacts
09/30/2010EPA Administrator Addresses Farm, Ranch, and Rural Communities Federal Advisory Committee / Agency announces new committee members
09/30/2010Puget Sound Naval Shipyard pays $56,000 for hazardous waste violations
09/30/2010BP Products Agrees to Pay Largest Single-Facility Clean Air Act Penalty for Releases of Hazardous Pollutants at Texas City Refinery / $15 million penalty resolves federal civil claims stemming from two fires, leak, and reporting violations at refinery
09/30/2010EPA Awarded $400,000 to Assess Contaminated Sites in Greenville, Texas
09/30/2010$470,000 Awarded to Prevent Air Pollution in New Mexico
09/30/2010New Air Pollution Testing at Tonawanda Coke Corp. Shows that Facility is a Significant Source of Benzene
09/30/2010Today, THURSDAY: EPA Hosts (TELEPHONE ONLY) Government Press Briefing on Ongoing Enbridge Oil Spill Response
09/29/2010Pilot Partnership Aims to Reduce Asthma Among Children in Georgia Childcare Centers
09/29/2010New stormwater treatment at Boeing Field will reduce toxic PCBs and help protect the Duwamish River and Puget Sound
09/29/2010Three New England Organizations – in Maine, N.H. and Mass. – Recognized for Energy Efficiency and Fighting Climate Change
09/29/2010EPA and ExxonMobil Settle Case for Closure of Illegal Acid Waste Impoundments
09/29/2010EPA Awards $110,000 to the Pueblo of Cochiti
09/29/2010EPA Awards Over $100,000 to the Delaware Nation of Oklahoma
09/29/2010EPA Announces Short Extension for Florida Nutrients Inland Water Rule
09/29/2010Marathon Oil Company Agrees to Propose and Implement Remedy for Groundwater Contamination at Sidney, Neb.
09/29/2010EPA Approves Puerto Rico’s List of Impaired Waters: New Pollutants Included for Waters of San Juan Bay Estuary, Rio Bayamon, Rio Grande de Arecibo
09/29/2010EPA, DC Showcase Recovery Act Funded Green Roof
09/29/2010Ottawa Lead Contamination Cleanup To Begin
09/28/2010Obama Administration Moves Long-Term Gulf Plan Forward / Mabus recovery plan focuses on funding, governance, involvement / EPA Administrator to lead ecosystem task force
09/28/2010Murphy Oil USA to Pay $1.25 Million Penalty to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations / Company to spend additional $142 million in pollution controls at refineries in Louisiana and Wisconsin
09/28/2010EPA Helps to Launch Science and Engineering Festival Tomorrow
09/28/2010EPA Awards $120,000 to the Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma
09/28/2010EPA Awards $120,000 to the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma
09/27/2010EPA adds Ten-Mile Drain site to Superfund's National Priorities List
09/27/2010EPA: Allegan County in Michigan now meets smog standards
09/27/2010Puget Sound-area developers fined nearly $50,000 for storm water run-off violations
09/27/2010CEQ Chair Sutley Announces Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grants Awarded to Milwaukee
09/27/2010Idaho fish farm could face penalties up to $177,500 for federal Clean Water Act violations
09/27/2010Idaho oil distributor pays $15,000 penalty for inadequate spill prevention measures
09/27/2010Vienna Wells Site in Vienna, Mo., Added to Superfund’s National Priorities List; Allows EPA to Investigate Water Contamination
09/27/2010EPA Will Propose Rule to Protect Waterways by Reducing Mercury from Dental Offices / Existing technology is available to capture dental mercury
09/27/2010EPA Places a Section of the Black River in Jefferson County, N.Y. on the Superfund List
09/27/2010EPA Makes Final Decision: Newtown Creek is Added to Superfund List
09/27/2010EPA Adds Three Hazardous Waste Sites in the Southeast to Superfund’s National Priorities List
09/27/2010EPA to Host Oct. 4 Public Meeting to Present Report on Cleanup Options for Carter Carburetor Superfund Site in St. Louis, Mo.
09/27/2010EPA Adds Seven Hazardous Waste Sites to Superfund’s National Priorities List/Actions to help clean up and revitalize local communities
09/27/2010$485,000 Grant to Topeka, Kan., for Drinking Water and Sewer Improvement Projects
09/27/2010EPA Awards $120,000 to the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma
09/27/2010EPA Awards $262,000 to New Mexico to Administer Water Quality Program
09/27/2010Online Pet Supply Company Based in Olathe, Kan., to Pay $3,400 Penalty for Selling Misbranded, Repackaged Pesticide for Dogs
09/24/2010Students in 26 Pennsylvania K-12 Schools are Back Learning with an Energy Star and Energy Savings
09/24/2010Students in 68 Virginia K-12 Schools are Back Learning with an Energy Star and Energy Savings
09/24/2010Students in Seven Maryland Schools are Back Learning with an Energy Star and Energy Savings
09/24/2010Students in Four K-12 Delaware Schools are Back Learning with an Energy Star and Energy Savings
09/24/2010Students in Seven K-12 West Virginia Schools are Back Learning with an Energy Star and Energy Savings
09/24/2010Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute designated as Center of Excellence for Watershed Management
09/24/2010First Baptist Church of Orlando Improves Energy Efficiency and Fights Climate Change
09/24/2010EPA Awards Over $38,000 to the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center
09/24/2010EPA Awards $174,000 to the State of Louisiana for Water Quality Monitoring
09/24/2010Grants awarded in Michigan for President’s Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
09/24/2010St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Monroe, Georgia Improves Energy Efficiency and Fights Climate Change
09/24/2010EPA Issues Draft Chesapeake Bay ‘Pollution Diet -- Draft TMDL Contains Strong Federal Measures to Fill in Gaps in State Pollution Reduction Plans
09/23/2010U.S. EPA conducts surprise inspections targeting SoCal, NoCal metal finishers
09/23/2010U.S. EPA recognizes SoCal supermarkets Sprouts Farmers Market, Supervalu as GreenChill Partners for Environmental Achievements
09/23/2010New water well hooked up in Bally; Residents no longer need bottled water
09/23/2010EPA Recognizes Environment Achievements of NJ and NY Supermarkets for Their Work to Combat Climate Change; Supervalu, Hannaford Bros., Weis Markets, Price Chopper and Kysor/Warren each earn Environmental Achievement Award
09/23/2010Landowners ordered to restore wetlands in Ocean Shores, Washington
09/23/2010Media Advisory: Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grants For Michigan
09/23/2010EPA Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grants Awarded for New York
09/23/2010EPA Awards Over $200,000 to the City of Albuquerque
09/23/2010EPA Awards $120,000 to the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma
09/23/2010TODAY: EPA Administrator to Testify Before Senate Agriculture Committee
09/22/2010Tomorrow Thursday: EPA Hosts (Telephone only) Government Press Briefing on Ongoing Enbridge Oil Spill Response
09/22/2010EPA Opens Registration for Knoxville, TN Hearing on Proposed Coal Ash Regulations
09/22/2010EPA Awards $360,000 to the Texas Department of State Health Services
09/22/2010EPA Awards $240,000 to the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma
09/22/2010EPA Hosts Historic Meeting on Environmental Justice / Obama administration cabinet members show commitment to healthy environment and strong economy for all AmericansEPA convoca reunión histórica de justicia ambiental /

Miembros de la administración de Obama muestran su compromiso a un medio ambiente saludable y una economía sólida para todos los habitantes
09/22/2010EPA Recognizes GreenChill Partners Sprouts Farmers Market and Kysor/Warren for Environmental Achievement
09/21/2010Registration Open for Oct. 2 Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
09/21/2010Across New England, 180 Communities Take Leadership Role on Energy Issues
09/21/2010Polidori Corp. cited for damages to Panguitch Lake (Utah)
09/21/2010EPA to Contribute $6 Million to Life-Saving International Project for Clean Cookstoves / Indoor smoke from cooking fires leads to about 2 million deaths each year
09/21/2010EPA Takes Penalty Action against Manheim Farm for Unpermitted Waste Discharges
09/21/2010EPA Urges Citizens to Clear out Medicine Cabinets for Drug Take-Back Events
09/21/2010National Drug “Take Back” Program Offered in New England Communities on Sat. Sept. 25
09/21/2010EPA Awards $120,000 to the Pueblo of San Ildefonso
09/21/2010EPA Awards Over $50,000 to the Railroad Commission of Texas
09/21/2010EPA, D.C., Maryland Set Trash Limits for Anacostia Watershed
09/21/2010EPA Welcomes West Virginia University as Newest Partner in Regional Sustainability Initiative
09/21/2010New England Colleges Challenged to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at Football Games
09/21/2010Small Businesses and Congregations Improve Energy Efficiency and Fight Climate Change / EPA names nine Energy Star small business and congregation award winners
09/20/2010First grants awarded in Michigan for President's Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
09/20/2010EPA Marks 20th Anniversary of the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990
09/20/2010EPA Announces Voluntary Program for Flexible Permit Holders
09/20/2010EPA Launches Green Power Community Challenge Nationwide/Local governments expand use of green power
09/20/2010EPA Awards Over $100,000 to the Eight Northern Indian Pueblo Council