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03/30/2007Agencies Provide Update on Mercury Contamination in Killingly, Conn.
EPA, CT DEP and NDDH Continue to Address Environmental Impacts; No Public Health Implications at This Time
03/30/2007US and China Increase Efforts to Protect China's Water Resources
03/30/2007New Green Big-Rigs Cut Greenhouse Gases, Save Truckers Up To $11,000 Yearly
03/30/2007EPA Spurs Clean Diesel Technology
03/30/2007EPA awards $74,000 grant to Worthington, Ohio, City Schools for clean school bus project
03/29/2007U.S. EPA settles hazardous waste violation with Van Can’s Fontana, Calif. facility
03/29/2007EPA Orders Developer to Remove Riprap, Restore Damaged Stream Near Driggs, ID
03/29/2007Innovative agricultural solutions to improve environment showcased; New technology featured at annual Calif. Biomass Collaborative and the West Coast Collaborative
03/29/2007EPA Rule Will Help States Control Fine Particle Air Pollution
03/29/2007EPA To Hold Public Meetings on Managing Non-Federal Mercury Supplies
03/29/2007Cherry Blossom Peepers Recycle On the Go
03/29/2007EPA Issues Property Access Order on Hudson Dredging Project;
Order to New York State Necessary for Maintaining Construction Schedule
03/29/2007Volunteer Groups Eligible for Equipment Loans Under EPA’s New England Urban Rivers Initiative
03/28/2007Rhode Island Company Fined $52,700 for Clean Air Violations
03/28/2007EPA proposes to not renew City and County of Honolulu wastewater permit variance
03/28/2007Downeast Maine Blueberry Processor Fined for Environmental Violations
03/28/2007Boonsboro honored for regional drinking water project
03/28/2007Rockville honored for watershed protection work
03/28/2007EPA Releases PFOA Stewardship Program Baseline Year Summary Report
03/28/2007EPA and Erie County Team Up to Reduce Pollution from School Buses
03/27/2007Department of Energy’s Hanford Operation Penalized over $1 Million
03/27/2007EPA Cleans Up Abandoned Site in Mercer County, New Jersey
03/27/2007 EPA Fines Two Suffolk County Firms For Selling Off-Spec, Misbranded Products
03/27/2007Earth Day BackgrounderDía del Planeta Tierra--Pieza deTrasfondo
03/27/2007EPA Settlement with the UVI to Benefit All Schools
03/27/2007Report: Water Infrastructure Funds Surge in 2006
03/27/2007McGee Industries Settles Clean Water Act Violations in Alaska
03/27/2007U.S. and India Partnering for a Better Global Environment
03/26/2007Public workshop to be held on Brownfield sites, community redevelopment opportunities
03/26/2007U.S. EPA settles asbestos case with Bay Area building owner
03/26/2007U.S. EPA awards $223,675 to the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project for reducing the impacts of diesel pollution in West Oakland; $2.7 million awarded nationwide in Community Action for a Renewed Environment grants
03/26/2007Commonwealth Health Center to implement mercury thermometer exchange program for waste violations
Facility to also pay $8,000
03/26/2007Top EPA Official Checks Progress at Diaz Chemical Site in Holley, NY
03/26/2007Registration Period Draws to a Close For EPA's Lower Manhattan Test and Clean Program
03/26/2007Snug Harbor Seafood Settles Permit Violations with a Fine and “Fish and Chips” Plan
03/26/2007EPA Seeks Data Review to Assess Remaining Air Toxics Risks from 22 Industry Sectors
03/26/2007EPA Awards $150,000 Grant to Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission for Clean-Diesel Initiative
03/23/2007Two New England Companies Lauded for Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions
03/23/2007Small Business in Medford, Mass. Receives $70,000 for Environmental Innovation
03/23/2007Small Business in Watertown, Mass. Receives $70,000 for Environmental Innovation
03/23/2007Small Business in Amherst, Mass. Receives $70,000 for Environmental Innovation
03/23/2007Small Business in Newton, Mass. Receives $70,000 for Environmental Innovation
03/23/2007Small Business in E. Hartford Conn. Receives $70,000 for Environmental Innovation
03/23/2007EPA cites Environmental Disposal Systems for numerous violations at Romulus facility
03/23/2007Progress Lighting in Greenville, South Carolina recognized for Outstanding Energy Efficiency
03/23/2007EPA Recognizes North Carolina Businesses for Outstanding Energy Efficiency
03/23/2007EPA Recognizes Kentucky Businesses and Organizations for Outstanding Energy Efficiency
03/23/2007EPA Recognizes Georgia businesses and Organizations for Outstanding Energy Efficiency
03/23/2007CMH Manufacturing, Inc. in Maryville, Tennessee recognized for Outstanding Energy Efficiency
03/23/2007No Recess for School Chemicals
03/23/2007EPA requires permit for proposed wastewater well
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 Nevada Toxics Release Inventory data
03/22/2007EPA Annual Toxics Report Details Chemicals Released from Facilities in Puerto Rico
03/22/2007EPA Annual Toxics Report Details Chemicals Released from Facilities in the USVI
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory numbers. American Samoa reports decrease of 100 percent, ranks last in total releases
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory numbers. CNMI reports slight overall increase in releases to the air
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory numbers. Guam reports overall decreases, ranks 53 in total releases
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory data; Four percent overall reduction in California releases, persistent bioaccumulative, toxic chemical releases also down
03/22/2007EPA issues national and state toxic chemical release reports for 2005
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 Arizona Toxics Release Inventory data
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory numbers. Hawai’i reports 1.9 percent decrease from 2004 to 2005
03/22/2007EPA Annual Toxics Report Details Chemicals Released from Facilities in New Jersey
03/22/2007Community Chemical Release Data Available for Maine
03/22/2007Community Chemical Release Data Available for Rhode Island
03/22/2007Community Chemical Release Data Available for Vermont
03/22/2007Community Chemical Release Data Available for New Hampshire
03/22/2007Community Chemical Release Data Available for Massachusetts
03/22/2007Community Chemical Release Data Available for Connecticut
03/22/2007Connecticut Company Faces $15,100 Penalty for Not Following Chemical Management and Accident Prevention Laws
03/22/2007EPA Annual Toxics Report Details Chemicals Released from Facilities in New York State
03/22/2007EPA Reports Latest Inventory of Chemicals Released
03/22/2007Chemical Release Data Available - EPA Sets New Early Record for Releasing Data to Communities Nationally
03/22/2007EPA’s Challenge to New England: Promote Greater Energy Efficiency
03/22/2007Basement Excavation to Begin at Precision National Site
03/22/2007EPA Lauds Corporate Partners for Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions - Climate Leaders Program Continues to Attract New Members
03/22/2007EPA to Hold School Chemical Cleanout Event
03/22/2007University of Houston awarded nearly $300,000 from EPA science program
03/21/2007EPA awards additional $1.43 million in grants to CNMI for new drinking water tank
03/21/2007Sustainable Skylines to bring cleaner air to Dallas
03/21/2007EPEC Polymers agrees to settlement worth $23.4 million to clean up Texas Superfund site
03/21/2007EPA Orders HPI Products, Inc. of St. Joseph, Missouri, to Cease Warehouse Operations Until Compliance
03/21/2007U.S. EPA settles for $97,900 with SoCal facility over toxic chemical reporting violations