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10/30/2009EPA settles with Detroit company on hazardous waste violations; $700,000 to be spent on facility updates at two locations
10/30/2009Environmental Education Grants Available
10/30/2009EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan for Hopewell Precision Site
10/30/2009TMDL ‘Pollution Diet’ Meetings Set for W. Va.
10/30/2009EPA Proceeds with Revoking Regulations Allowing Carbofuran Pesticide Residues on Food
10/30/2009EPA Awards $65,000 to the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma
10/30/2009MEDIA ADVISORY: Kinnickinnic River Legacy Act cleanup sets stage for community revitalization
10/29/2009EPA Requests Comments on Survey for Stormwater Rule
10/29/2009Early Results from Air Toxics Monitoring at Washington and Oregon Schools Released Today
10/29/2009EPA Region 7 Releases First Air Monitoring Data from Colvin Elementary School in Wichita, Kan.
10/29/2009EPA Region 5 releases first air monitoring data from four schools in Ohio
10/29/2009EPA Region 5 releases first air monitoring data from four schools in Indiana
10/29/2009EPA region 5 releases first air monitoring data from St. Josaphat school in Chicago
10/29/2009Massachusetts Grocery Store Sets New National Environmental Benchmark
10/29/2009EPA Alerts W.Va. and Ohio Officials of Potential Concerns about AEP Coal Ash Impoundment
10/29/2009EPA Calls on State of Missouri to Set New Water Quality Standards for St. Louis Segment of Mississippi River
10/29/2009New Haven Building Earns ENERGY STAR for Superior Energy Efficiency
10/29/2009EPA Alerts W.Va. and Ohio Officials of Potential Concerns about AEP Coal Ash Impoundment
10/29/2009Two Connecticut Schools Recognized by EPA for Green Power Purchases
10/29/2009More than $1 Million for Projects to Improve the Health of Long Island Sound
10/29/2009Tempe developer Lennar pays $182,519 to settle Clean Air Act violations
10/29/2009EPA Orders Chemical Testing for Hormone Effects
10/29/2009EPA Posts New Schools Air Toxics Monitoring Initiative Data
10/29/2009EPA Awards $65,000 to the Pueblo of Tesuque
10/29/2009EPA Region 6 Releases First Air Monitoring Data from Eden Gardens Fundamental Elementary School in Shreveport, Louisiana
10/29/2009EPA Awards Over $75,000 to the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma
10/29/2009EPA releases data for air toxics monitoring
at three West Virginia schools
10/29/2009EPA releases data for air toxics monitoring at Amherst County school
10/28/2009EPA Announces Winners of the 3rd Annual Rachel Carson Contest
10/28/2009EPA, City of Bristol, Va. to Hold Emergency Drill Oct. 29-30
10/28/2009Administrator Jackson Visits Raleigh, Announces $200 Million Investment to Develop Smart Electric Grid in Carolinas, Florida / Part of $3.4 billion in smart grid recovery act funding announced by President Obama yesterday
10/28/2009
U.S.-Mexico Environmental Partnership Brings Cleaner Air, Water, and Land
10/28/2009EPA picks cleanup plan for Copley Square Plaza Superfund site
10/28/2009EPA Recognizes 17 Green Power Partners for Leadership
10/28/2009EPA's New Green Parking Lot Allows Scientists to Study Permeable Surfaces That May Help the Environment
10/28/2009EPA reaches agreement with JandJ cores on clean-air violations
10/28/2009EPA reaches agreement with Sunoco on clean-air violations
10/28/2009EPA Awards Over $100,000 to the Pueblo of San Ildefonso
10/27/2009TODAY: Administrator Jackson, Secretaries Chu, Salazar and LaHood, FERC Chairman Wellinghoff to Testify Before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
10/27/2009Statement of Lisa P. Jackson
Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency / Legislative Hearing on the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act / Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works / October 27, 2009
10/27/2009EPA Offers $10 Million in Grants to Protect Puget Sound
10/27/2009EPA Visits STRIVE/East Harlem’s Green Job Training Program; Training Made Possible By Brownfields Grants
10/27/2009DC school tops list using the greenest power
10/27/2009Four Maryland schools using the greenest power
10/27/2009EPA Releases Guide to Help Scientists Understand Children’s Exposure to Pollutants
10/27/2009California Companies Correct Environmental Violations, U.S. EPA Reduces Fines - Businesses avoid nearly $400,000 in penalties by self-reporting violations
10/27/2009U.S. EPA Names Two Northern California Schools as Top 20 Green Powered
10/27/2009U.S. EPA settles with the GATX Corporation for failing to notify authorities after 2008 ammonia release
10/27/2009Federal Agencies to Discuss Best Ways to Prioritize, Evaluate Scientific Research
10/27/2009EPA Awards Over $600,000 to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
10/26/2009Ensworth School in Nashville, TN named to EPA Top 20 K-12 Schools Purchasing Most Green Power
10/26/2009Pine Crest Preparatory School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL named to EPA Top 20 K-12 Schools Purchasing Most Green Power
10/26/2009Wallingford Chemical Company Fined for Clean Air Violations
10/26/2009EPA Recognizes Massachusetts Leader for Water Efficiency
10/26/2009Tests Show Recontamination of Soils in Herculaneum, Mo., from Doe Run Resources Corporation Lead Smelting Operation
10/26/2009Spirit Lake, Iowa, Community School District on National List of Top 20 K-12 Schools Purchasing the Most Green Power
10/26/2009Developers face potential $125,000 fine for storm water violations at Smiths Ferry, Idaho construction site
10/26/2009EPA to Hold Public Meetings on Chesapeake Bay ‘Pollution Diet’
10/26/2009TOMORROW: Administrator Jackson, Secretaries Chu, Salazar and LaHood, FERC Chairman Wellinghoff to Testify Before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
10/26/2009U.S. – Mexico celebrate joint Baja California air quality studies
10/26/2009EPA Awards Over $80,000 to the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma
10/26/2009EPA Names Top 20 Green Powered Schools.
10/23/2009WVDEP Joins with EPA to Push Green Commitment Higher
10/23/2009Massachusetts Students Win $10,000 for Solar Project to Help Environment and Economy in Himalayas
10/23/2009Rhode Island Students Win $10,000 to Design Solar/Wind System to Help Food Fish Production
10/23/2009Outdoor Classroom to Help Prairie Village, Kan., Science Students Test Brush Creek
10/23/2009Dura Coat Products, Inc., Joins EPA’s National Partnership for Environmental Priorities
10/23/2009EPA Awards $300,000 to the Cherokee Nation
10/23/2009Lead-Based Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule Workshop to be held in Charleston, SC
10/23/2009EPA’s Trailblazer Awards
Honor Two Philadelphia-area Hospitals
10/23/2009EPA Cites Unlawful Filling of Wetlands at
Wicomoco County, Md. Housing Development Site
10/23/2009Milwaukee's Moss-American Superfund Cleanup nears completion
20-year effort involved dredging, reroute of Little Menomonee River
10/22/2009EPA Recognizes Organizations for Improving Chemical Safety in Schools
10/22/2009New Hampshire and EPA Launch Campaigns to Replace Old Non-EPA Certified Wood Stoves and to “Burn Wise”
10/22/2009EPA Recognizes BASF Corporation in Spartanburg, SC for Improving Chemical Safety in Schools
10/22/2009EPA Recognizes ADEM for Improving Chemical Safety in Schools
10/22/2009 Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe recognized for school chemical cleanout campaign
10/22/2009Kohler Co. is 2009 EPA National Watersense Manufacturer of the Year
10/22/2009EPA settles with Magnetic Inspection Laboratory on hazardous waste violations
10/22/2009Administrator Lisa P. Jackson to Address EPA Beyond Translation Forum on Expanding the Idea of Environmentalism: Congressman Pedro Pierluisi and Department of Housing Assistant Secretary Mercedes Marquez to discuss environmental concerns in the Hispanic community Administradora Lisa P. Jackson hablará ante Foro de EPA, “Más Allá de las Traducciones”, para ampliar la idea del medio ambientalismo

El Comisionado Residente Pedro Pierluisi y Mercedes Márquez, Subsecretaria del Departamento de Viviendas y Desarrollo Urbano de EE.UU, hablarán acerca de los temas medio ambientales que afectan a la comunidad hispana.
10/22/2009EPA reaches agreement with Arizona mining company to study uranium-tainted groundwater on Tohono O’odham
10/22/2009EPA Proposes Tightening Standards for Lead-Safe Renovation Practices and Lead Paint Dust to Protect Children
10/22/2009EPA Awards Over $2.9 Million to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
10/22/2009Burn Wise for Safer, Healthier Winter. EPA’s Burn Wise campaign seeks to reduce wood smoke pollution
10/22/2009MEDIA ADVISORY: Briefing on wrap-up of 20-year Milwaukee Superfund Cleanup Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
10/22/2009Illinois company agrees to EPA order: will comply with federal rules to protect stratospheric ozone
10/22/2009Toy's Scrap and Salvage agrees to EPA order; will comply with federal rules to protect stratospheric ozone
10/21/2009Ship Operator Pleads Guilty for Concealing Pollution from Oil Tanker - Panamanian company will pay $1.25 million for vessel pollution crimes
10/21/2009East Shoshone County Water District agrees to install filtration system, clean up mine adit and pay penalty to settle EPA Complaint
10/21/2009EPA Funds Help Replace Failing Wastewater Main in Beckley W.Va.
10/21/2009Milwaukee company agrees to EPA order; will comply with federal rules to protect stratospheric ozone