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11/30/2009Five Companies Lauded for Reducing Pesticide Risk
11/30/2009$520,400 Grant to Wayne, Neb., for Wastewater Treatment Plant Project
11/30/2009Apartment Complex Owner Pays Fine for Failing to Warn Tenants about Lead Paint in Springfield, Mass.
11/30/2009EPA: Kalamazoo River Superfund Update Meetings Dec. 1 in Plainwell, Dec. 3 in Kalamazoo
11/30/2009EPA Administrator Jackson to Recognize Communities for Smart Growth Achievement
11/30/2009EPA Awards $30,000 to the Wyandotte Tribe
11/30/2009EPA Issues Consumer Alert: Unscrupulous Vendors Market Unapproved Flu Disinfectant Products
11/25/2009Verizon Wireless Voluntarily Discloses Environmental Violations
11/25/2009President Obama, Prime Minister Singh Pledge Increased Cooperation on Environmental, Climate Initiatives
11/25/2009EPA Grants Help New Jersey Students Explore Their Coastlines
11/25/2009EPA Awards $100,000 to the Delaware Nation
11/24/2009Kansas State University, Kansas Department of Health and Environment Receive Grants for Pollution Prevention Projects
11/24/2009University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Omaha Receive Funding Awards for Pollution Prevention Efforts
11/24/2009Easy and Effective Ways to Reduce Food Waste at Thanksgiving
11/24/2009EPA Issues Letter of Decision on Iowa Water Quality Standards
11/24/2009EPA Awards $800,000 for Environmental Justice Projects in Five States
11/24/2009U.S. EPA Awards Environmental Justice Projects in California
11/24/2009Administrator Jackson Tours Recovery Act-Funded “Green Street”
11/24/2009EPA Expands Outreach to Minority StudentsEPA expande alcance público a estudiantes minoritarios
11/24/2009EPA Awards Over $150,000 to the Pueblo of Pojoaque
11/23/2009Iowa Department of Natural Resources Receives Two Grants to Support Pollution Prevention in Health Care, Metal Finishing
11/23/2009University of Missouri-Columbia Receives $112,500 Grant to Provide Pollution Prevention Technical Assistance
11/23/2009U.S. Navy agrees to consider more cleanup options at Kitsap County Superfund Site
11/23/2009Recovery Act Funding to Accelerate Cleanup, Boost Economy, Create Jobs and Protect Human Health at New Jersey Hazardous Waste Site; $25 million in Recovery Act funds added to cleanup at Imperial Oil Superfund Site
11/23/2009EPA Calls for Best Projects for Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Funding
11/23/2009EPA to Renew Charter of Agriculture Advisory Committee
11/23/2009City of Kendrick, Idaho pays $3,500 for wastewater violations
11/23/2009Clean Air Act Violators on Northwest Indian Reservations Face EPA Fines
11/23/2009EPA Orders Puerto Rico Police Department to Improve Handling and Disposal of Confiscated Fireworks
11/23/2009EPA Issues Rule to Reduce Water Pollution from Construction Sites
11/23/2009EPA Awards $300,000 to the Texas Department of Agriculture
11/23/2009EPA Awards $65,000 to the Pueblo of Sandia
11/23/2009TUESDAY: Administrator Jackson to Attend Recovery Act “Green Street” Groundbreaking Event in Edmonston, Maryland: New environmentally responsible street will save energy, reduce water pollution to the Chesapeake
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for Maryland Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for Virginia Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for West Virginia Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for Pennsylvania Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for Delaware Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for District of Columbia Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009EPA Accepting Applications for Environmental Education Grants
11/20/2009New Trends Report: Fuel Economy Increases as CO2 Decreases
11/20/2009New Interactive Tools Show Continuing SO2 Reductions at Coal-Fired Power Plants
11/19/2009EPA Accepting Applications for Environmental Education Grant Funding
11/19/2009Bridgeport Selected as Environmental Justice Showcase Community
11/19/2009U.S. EPA Committed to Increasing Environmental Awareness in the Next Generation of Leaders
11/19/2009EPA Awards $80,000 to the Citizen Potawatomi Nation
11/19/2009EPA Awards Over $100,000 to the Peoria Tribe of Indians
11/19/2009EPA Issues Call for 2010 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award Nominations
11/19/2009EPA Signs Memorandum of Cooperation with China to Build Capacity to Address Climate Change
11/19/2009In N.H., Timberlane School Buildings Earn Energy Star
11/19/2009U.S. EPA Calls for Green Innovators
11/19/2009EPA’s Trailblazer Award Honors Delaware’s Christiana Care Health System
11/19/2009Alaska Tribe to Benefit From Nearly $300,000 Aimed at Reducing Exposure to Toxics
11/18/2009Three Northwest Companies Fined for Violating Federal Pesticide Laws
11/18/2009EPA: No dioxin contamination in samples from Saginaw, Midland and Bay City water supply systems
11/18/2009EPA To Hold Public Meeting Regarding Perflourochemical Contamination Near Decatur, Ala.
11/18/2009EPA awards $897,225 grant to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to study effects of underground injection of carbon dioxide
11/18/2009EPA Approves No Discharge Zone Designation for South Shore Estuary Reserve
11/18/2009EPA to hold public hearing on proposed greenhouse gas tailoring rule for large facilities
11/17/2009EPA announces major investment in healthy homes for Pueblo County
11/17/2009EPA selects Salt Lake City neighborhoods as Environmental Justice Showcase Community
11/17/2009EPA Announces New Energy Star Requirements for Audio/Video Equipment
11/17/2009EPA Proposes Stronger Air Quality Standards for Sulfur Dioxide /New standard to protect millions of the nation’s most vulnerable citizensEPA propone estándares de calidad de aire más estrictos para bióxido de azufre / Nuevo estándar protegerá millones de los ciudadanos más vulnerables de la nación
11/17/2009Students in Grades K-12 Encouraged to Enter the 2009 President's Environmental Youth Awards Competition
11/17/2009Feedlot in Sioux County, Iowa, Agrees to Pay $25,000 Penalty for Alleged Waste Discharges into West Branch of Floyd River
11/17/2009EPA Awards $65,000 to the Pueblo of Jemez
11/17/2009U.S. EPA signs agreement addressing indoor air contamination at Omega Chemical Corporation Superfund Site in Whittier
11/17/2009Los Angeles Area Environmental Enforcement Collaborative receives $100,000 for environmental justice projects
11/17/2009Nov. 18: Administrator Jackson Continues First Official Visit to New Orleans
11/17/2009EPA Announces Environmental Justice Showcase Communities
11/17/2009U.S. EPA announces Imperial County meets ozone health standard
11/17/2009EPA Awards Over $200,000 to the New Mexico Department of Agriculture
11/17/2009Habitat along Ashtabula river to be restored
11/16/2009EPA Seeks Comment on New Permit for Animal Feeding Operations in Idaho
11/16/2009St. Louis Landlord to Pay Penalty, Perform Lead Paint Removal for Failure to Inform Residents, Homeowners of Lead Hazards
11/16/2009EPA to Hold Public Hearings on Proposed
Greenhouse Gas Tailoring Rule for Large Facilities
11/16/2009Settlement Clears Way for Cleanup Work at Hows Corner Superfund Site in Plymouth, Maine
11/16/2009EPA Releases Report on Coal Ash Impoundments at AEP’s Philip Sporn Facility
11/16/2009Nov. 17-18: Administrator Jackson to Make First Official Visit to New Orleans
11/16/2009New EPA Web Site Provides Tools to Cut Energy Costs and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Homes
11/13/2009Disaster Experts in Baltimore Stress Emergency Preparedness
11/13/2009Scarlet Goes Green: Rutgers and EPA Partner to Reduce University's Environmental Impacts
11/13/2009Make Everyday America Recycles Day
11/12/2009Wisconsin is first state with lead-based paint renovation, repair and painting program
11/12/2009In Time for America Recycles Day, Western Mass. Group Receives EPA Grant for Construction Debris Reuse
11/12/2009One Million Energy Star Homes Built in the U.S
11/12/2009EPA settles with Diamond Hard Chrome on hazardous waste violations for closing business
11/12/2009EPA Cites 14 Municipalities for Stormwater Violations
11/12/2009Environmental Justice Grants Now Available
11/12/2009EPA, NIEHS and NIOSH Showcase Environmental and Occupational Justice Research Efforts; Special online supplement to American Journal of Public Health: a resource for the public and policy makers
11/12/2009More Than $3 Million in EPA Funding Stimulates Clean Energy Production and Greenhouse Gas Reductions;
EPA international clean energy partnership program grants funding to 11 countries