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10/31/2008EPA Authorizes the State of Alaska to Assume Water Quality Permitting Authority
10/31/2008New Requirements for Controlling Manure, Wastewater from Large Animal Feeding Operations
10/31/2008EPA Proposes to Reduce Air Toxics from Petroleum Refineries by 2,250 tons per year
10/31/2008New Guidelines Encourage Responsible Recycling of Electronics
10/31/2008EPA and TCEQ to Set Up Household Waste Drop-off Center For Nassau Bay, Webster, Seabrook, El Lago and Taylor Lake
10/30/2008Blue Skyways bringing cleaner air to Alamo City and America’s heartland
10/30/2008EPA’s Trailblazer Awards Honor Four Philadelphia-area Hospitals
10/30/2008Local Groups Honored for Building Materials Reuse Efforts
10/30/2008San Francisco group recognized for Lifecycle Building innovation / U.S. EPA announces winners of the second annual Green Building Design Competition
10/30/2008Miami Set to Receive Smart Growth Assistance
10/30/2008Alaska Developer to Pay $15,000 for Alleged Violations of the Federal Clean Water Act
10/30/2008Innovation Pays: N.H. and R.I. Projects Net $275K Grants
10/30/2008Agreements Ensure Funding for Cleanup of Southington, Conn. Superfund Site
10/30/2008Missouri, New Hampshire and Rhode Island Receive Funding for Innovative Environmental Protection Strategies
10/30/2008Make a 2009 Green Chemistry Award Nomination
10/30/2008EPA’s Trailblazer Awards
Honor Four Philadelphia-area Hospitals
10/30/2008EPA conference will help vets and small business owners win grants and contracts
10/30/2008Rhode Island Printing Facility Faces Fine for Clean Air Violations
10/30/2008Coming to a Store Near You: More Energy Efficient Televisions
10/30/2008Real Estate Company and Individual Landlord Both Agree to Pay for Violating Federal Lead Rules
10/29/2008EPA Announces Winners of the Second Annual Lifecycle Building Challenge
10/29/2008EPA issues Record of Decision on South Dakota Superfund site
10/29/2008Professionals and Students Recognized for Lifecycle Building Innovation
10/29/2008Hartford-Area Planning Group Reaps Smart Growth Aid
10/29/2008Cash Up in Smoke: Another Bay State Waste Hauler Cited for Idling
10/29/2008Industry Steps Up Recycling and Reducing Waste
10/29/2008New York City, Miami, Connecticut Get Federal Assistance for Smart Growth
10/29/2008EPA Finalizes Plan to Address Contamination At Mercury Refining Superfund Site
10/29/2008EPA Teams up with the National Geographic Society and World Resources Institute to Map Ecosystem Services, Develop Enhanced Decision-Making Tools
10/29/2008EPA Orders Virgin Islands to Remove Scrap Tires That Pose Health Threat
10/28/2008As North Texas grows, air becomes cleaner
10/28/2008Army Research Facility in Hanover N.H. Faces Hazardous Waste Violations
10/28/2008Stonington, Maine Company Fined for Oil Spill Prevention Violations
10/28/2008Norwalk Company Charged Up as Part of “Green Power” Program
10/28/2008U.S. EPA takes action against Vernon importer to protect consumers from unregistered pesticide / Filo America pays more than $20,000
10/28/2008U.S. EPA Orders California Water Systems To Decrease Arsenic In Drinking Water/ Press teleconference Today (10/28) @ 11:30 PDT, call-in information below
10/27/2008Blog Question of the Week: What are your energy vampires?
10/27/2008EPA to begin Jordan River Improvement Project
10/27/2008U.S. EPA awards Northern California family farm Green Power Leadership Award / Lundberg Family Farm’s commitment avoids emissions equivalent to 600 cars on the road per year
10/27/2008U.S. EPA awards two Silicon Valley companies Green Power Partner of the Year
10/27/2008Washington Department of Ecology Leads on Reducing Toxics, Joins EPA’s Partnership
10/27/2008Bellingham, Washington and Oregon State University are 2008 Green Power Leadership Award Winners
10/27/2008Park City's Powdr Resorts cited as a Green Power Leader
10/27/2008Boulder's WhiteWave Foods a Green Power Leader
10/27/2008More Than $22 Million Sought for Northern California Mine Site Cleanup / U.S. EPA, DTSC move to recover cleanup costs at Lava Cap Mine Superfund Site
10/27/2008EPA and TCEQ to Set Up Household Waste Drop-off Center For Flood-Impacted Areas of La Porte, Morgan's Point and Shoreacres
10/27/2008EPA awards Environmental Justice Award to Anahola Homesteaders Council/
Kauai group is one of 12 recognized for the first annual award
10/27/2008The Phillies, University of Pennsylvania and ING recognized as top national green energy leaders
10/27/2008Fort Peck Tribes are first in nation to assume key groundwater protection responsibilities
10/27/2008Growing the Green Power Market: Sixteen Organizations Flex Their Green Muscles
10/27/2008Is Your Energy Bill Scary?
Slaying Energy Vampires Can Save Americans Millions
¿Acaso su factura de energía es espantosa?
10/24/2008Liquid Assets: The Story of Our Water Infrastructure to Air in Texas
10/24/2008North and Northeast Portland Community to Benefit from $210,950 EPA Grant Aimed at Reducing Toxic Risks
10/24/2008Easton Receives Regional Award for Environmental Excellence
10/24/2008West Virginia Company Settles Chemical Release Reporting Violations
10/24/2008EPA Settles PCB Violations at Easton, Pa. Facility
10/23/2008Cleaner New Generation of Outdoor Wood Heaters is Good News for New Englanders
10/23/2008Award Highlights Maine Woman’s Work for Children’s Health
10/23/2008U.S EPA awards more than $50,000 to Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians for childhood lead poisoning reduction outreach/
Grant focuses on prevention and screening
10/23/2008Unified Command Continues To Make Great Strides in Aftermath of Hurricane Ike
10/23/2008U.S. EPA decision acknowledges tribal sovereignty for Pala Band of Mission Indians/
“Treatment as State” approval supports Tribe’s air quality program
10/23/2008EPA Grant Helps South Carolina and North Carolina Promote State Clean Diesel Grant Programs
10/23/2008U.S. EPA orders Northern California construction company to restore damaged wetlands / Wendt Construction illegally graded and filled wetlands near Strongs Creek, Eel River
10/23/2008
EPA decision acknowledges tribal sovereignty for Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community /
“Treatment as a state” approval supports Tribe’s air quality programs
10/23/2008Baltimore-area gas stations settle clean air violations
10/23/2008Richmond Conference to Focus on Disaster Preparedness, Hazmat
10/23/2008Blue Skies Ahead – Outdoor Wood Heaters that Reduce Air Emissions
10/23/2008Quick Action by EPA and its State and Local Partners Removes Hazardous Waste Threat at Syracuse Site; Approximately 300 drums and 6,000 small containers of contaminants removed
10/23/2008Champions of Children’s Health Honored
10/23/2008Winners Do Wonders at Exploring Nature’s Beauty
10/22/2008National museum features planned Michigan redevelopment project
10/22/2008New York City Health Officials Honored for Protecting City Kids' Health
10/22/2008U.S. EPA authorizes Navajo Nation to carry out program that protects groundwater /
Tribal government to run underground injection control program
10/22/2008COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES FROM THE SOUTHEAST AND PUERTO RICO MEET TO GO GREEN
10/22/2008The Port of Houston Authority – “Clean and Green Program” Receive GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Iowa Farm Service Agency and the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Receives GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008Center for Planning Excellence Louisiana Speaks Regional Plan Receives GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008Audubon Nature Institute’s Film Hurricane on the Bayou Receives GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008Dr. John W. Tunnell Jr. of Texas AandM University-Corpus Christi, Texas and Dr. Ernesto A. Chávez of Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas of La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico Receive Bi-National GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008Cherie O’Brien of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Receives GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008North Deer Island Protection Project Receives Gulf Guardian Award
10/22/2008National Wildlife Federation for Coastal Louisiana Restoration Receives GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/22/2008Mr. Garland Robinette of New Orleans, Louisiana Receives GULF GUARDIAN AWARD
10/21/2008EPA and Indiana announce $33 million cleanup of Grand Cal River
10/21/2008Citizens for Environmental Justice Among Winners of EPA’s First Annual Environmental Justice Achievement Awards
10/21/2008South Carolina Department of Health And Environmental Control Among Winners of EPA’s First Annual Environmental Justice Achievement Awards
10/21/2008Local Contractor Chosen to Continue Cleanup of Mine Waste in Jasper County, Mo.
10/21/2008Colorado businesses jump on EPA Performance Track
10/21/2008U.S. EPA recognizes San Diego’s Negocio Verde, Huntington Park’s Communities for a Better Environment
Agency honors environmental justice achievement
10/21/2008EPA to hold emergency response training sessions, regional response team meeting on Guam/
Training will focus on monitoring equipment used at hazardous materials spills