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03/27/2015Des Moines Ranks Seventh on EPA’s Energy Star Mid-Size Cities List
03/26/2015EPA’s Energy Star Names Odessa, TX, as Nation’s Top Small City for Energy Efficient Buildings
03/25/2015San Francisco, Sacramento and San Jose lead nation on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities list
03/25/2015Miami on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities List of Most Buildings of Any City in the U.S.
03/25/2015Tampa on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities List of Most Buildings of Any City in the U.S.
03/25/2015Atlanta Ranks 3rd on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities List of Most Buildings in the U.S.
03/25/2015Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside Lead Nation on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities List
03/25/2015Austin, DFW and Houston Businesses Saved
$145 Million with Energy Efficient buildings
03/25/2015Boston Back in Top 10 of U.S. Cities with the Most Energy Star Buildings
03/25/2015Washington, D.C. Takes No. 1 Spot on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities List
03/25/2015Phoenix Ranks 11th on EPA’s Energy Star Top Cities List
03/19/2015EPA Provides New York State $197 Million for Clean Water Projects
03/19/2015EPA Provides New Jersey $74 Million for Clean Water Projects
03/17/2015EPA Region 7 Achieves LEED Platinum Certification for Regional Office Facility in Lenexa, Kan.
03/13/2015EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Joins Senator Booker, Mayor Baraka and ICC to Visit Newark’s Community Air Pollution Project Which Utilizes EPA Science
03/11/2015Three Missouri Cement Plants certified as Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants
03/11/2015Elkhorn, Neb., Facility Recognized as Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plant
03/10/2015EPA recognizes top performing Energy Star certified manufacturing plants in Idaho, Washington
03/09/2015Total Petroleum Puerto Rico Corp. Agrees to Spend $1.6 Million to Improve Leak Detection in At Least 125 Gas Stations Across Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands
03/09/2015Two Mississippi Plants Among Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturers in 29 States
Across the country, Energy Star manufacturing plants are leading their industries by saving energy and money, combating climate change
03/09/2015One Facility in Alabama among 70 Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants in 29 States
03/09/2015One Facility in South Carolina among 70 Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants in 29 States
03/09/2015Three Facilities in Tennessee among 70 Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants in 29 States
03/09/2015Five Facilities in Kentucky among 70 Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants in 29 States
03/09/2015Three Facilities in Florida among 70 Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants in 29 States
03/09/2015Three Facilities in Georgia among 70 Top Performing Energy Star Certified Manufacturing Plants in 29 States
03/02/2015R.I. Officials, EPA Celebrate Successful Climate Showcase Communities Partnership
02/18/2015EPA Recognizes Comcast-Spectacor for Environmental Achievements
02/13/2015TUESDAY: EPA Administrator to Address National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
02/10/2015First Clothes Dryers to Earn EPA’s Energy Star Label Now Available Nationwide/Energy Star dryers offer Americans savings of up to $1.5 billion annually
01/30/2015EPA Highlights Green Sports Initiatives at Killington Resort
01/29/2015EPA Seeks Input on Emission Standards for New and Modified Sources in the Oil and Natural Gas Sector
01/27/2015EPA Administrator to Deliver Keynote at GE Annual Meeting in Florence
01/05/2015EPA Administrator to visit Fresno for high-speed rail groundbreaking
01/05/2015MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA to Hold Public Hearing in Arlington, Texas on Proposed Smog Standards
12/22/2014EPA Tips for Building a Cleaner Fire this Holiday Season
12/16/2014EPA Applauds Work of Bennington College Students to Help Community Increase Energy Efficiency, Battle Climate Change
12/12/2014TODAY: EPA Administrator in Durham to Tour Energy Efficient Habitat for Humanity Home, Highlight New Energy Star Tool
12/12/2014TODAY: EPA Administrator in Durham to Tour Energy Efficient Habitat for Humanity Home, Highlight New ENERGY STAR Tool
12/11/2014FRIDAY: EPA Administrator in Durham to Tour Energy Efficient Habitat for Humanity Home, Highlight New ENERGY STAR Tool
12/11/2014FRIDAY: EPA Administrator in Durham to Tour Energy Efficient Habitat for Humanity Home, Highlight New Energy Star Tool
12/08/2014EPA announces new ENERGY STAR tool and tips to save money and energy this winter
12/08/2014EPA Announces New Energy Star Tool for Homeowners to Save Money, Energy This Winter
12/04/2014Taking Energy Efficient Measures Now Can Loosen Winter’s Grip on Your Home, Wallet
12/03/2014EPA honors 2014 Green Power Leaders
12/02/2014MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA to present Green Power Leadership Awards at Renewable Energy Markets Conference in Sacramento, Calif.
11/24/2014MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA and City of San Josť officials will tour zero waste facility turning food scraps into renewable energy
11/19/2014EPA Names Oak Ridge, Tennessee a 2014 Green Power Leader
11/13/2014FRIDAY: EPA Administrator in Philadelphia for Drexel Food Recovery Event and Wharton Energy Conference Keynote
11/13/2014EPA Recognizes the First Existing Apartment, Condo Buildings with ENERGY STAR Certification / Apartment and condo buildings recognized in Ark., D.C., Ill., Mass., N.Y., Va., Wash. with certification for leading industry in cutting energy use, increasing affordability
11/07/2014EPA Region 7 to Participate at National Association of Farm Broadcasting Trade Talk Event Nov. 13 in Kansas City, Mo.
10/28/2014ENERGY STAR Day: Administrator McCarthy Recognizes Billions in Savings to Consumers and Businesses Through ENERGY STAR
10/24/2014TODAY: EPA Administrator to Give Keynote Address at Georgetown University Conference on Energy and the Environment
10/23/2014FRIDAY: EPA Administrator to Give Keynote Address at Georgetown University Conference on Energy and the Environment
10/22/2014EPA awards $1 million to Northern California graduate students through research fellowships
10/16/2014EPA honors Calif. companies Amyris and Solazyme for using green chemistry to create renewable and sustainable plant-based fuels
10/09/2014EPA Reaches Legal Agreement to Improve Operations at Moca’s Landfill; Agreement also Expands Recycling Program and Establishes a Municipal Composting Program
10/08/2014EPA Recognizes Webster Groves, Mo., as a Leading Green Power Community; City Hosts Celebration Tonight at 5:30 p.m.
09/30/2014EPA Honors Manufacturers with ENERGY STAR Award / Eastman Chemical, Janssen R and D, and Merck use Combined Heat and Power systems to cut carbon pollution, save money, and combat climate change
09/22/2014BJ’s Wholesale Club Joins EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge Program; Emphasis on Feeding the Hungry and Not Landfills during Hunger Action Month
09/04/2014Owners of Buffalo-Area Gas Stations Ordered to Pay $290,000 in Penalties
09/04/2014EPA to Hold Free Citizen Science Conferences in San Juan, Puerto Rico; September 11 and 12 Workshops to be Held at the University of Puerto Rico’s Piedras Campus
08/19/2014BJ’s Wholesale Club Becomes First Wholesale Club to Commit Nationwide to EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge
07/23/2014EPA Awards $700,000 to UMass Amherst for Environmental Health Research for Tribal Communities
07/16/2014EPA Administrator McCarthy to attend Commission on Environmental Cooperation
07/16/2014151 New England Buildings compete in EPA’s 5th Annual Energy Star Battle of the Buildings
07/14/2014Oak Ridge Becomes Southeast’s First Green Power Community
07/10/2014More than 5,500 buildings to compete in EPA’s Fifth-Annual Energy Star Battle of the Buildings/Commercial buildings around the US are in a race to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
06/17/2014EPA and Partners Celebrate Nation’s Largest Federally Owned Wind Farm; Site near Amarillo now generates power for nearby plant
06/12/2014FRIDAY: U.S. EPA Chief Gina McCarthy to Attend Solar Installation at Residential Home in Long Beach, Calif.
06/02/2014Remarks for Administrator McCarthy, Announcement of Clean Power Plan, Washington, DC
06/02/2014TODAY: U.S. EPA to Host Clean Power Plan Media Conference Call
06/02/2014EPA Proposes First Guidelines to Cut Carbon Pollution from Existing Power Plants/Clean Power Plan is flexible proposal to ensure a healthier environment, spur innovation and strengthen the economy
05/30/2014EPA Reaches Legal Settlement with Operators of Arecibo Landfill to Reduce Waste and Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Agreement Creates Recycling Program in Arecibo
05/28/2014Yale Awarded $1.5 Million EPA Grant for Research on Cleaner Emissions from Cookstoves
05/27/2014Walpole, Mass. School Bus Company Reduces Diesel Idling under Settlement
05/22/2014Ten New England Organizations Commit to Reduce Food Waste
05/21/2014U.S. EPA Administrator to Visit Salt Lake City, Seattle and Portland to Highlight Agency’s Efforts to Reduce Carbon Pollution and Address Climate Change
05/20/2014EPA to Recognize Washington University in St. Louis for Recycling and Food Recovery Programs on Wednesday, May 21
05/19/2014EPA Finalizes Standards to Protect Fish, Aquatic Life from Cooling Water Intakes
05/09/2014EPA Seeking Public Comment on Enhancing Transparency for Chemicals and Mixtures Used in Hydraulic Fracturing
04/29/2014Two oil and gas facilities in Alaska resolve industrial stormwater violations
04/29/2014EPA Issues Greenhouse Gas Permit to Texas Clean-Energy Electricity Plant; Permit allows construction of $1.2 billion natural-gas fired plant; will add hundreds of construction jobs and over 30 permanent jobs
04/25/2014Nine More Colleges or Universities in Iowa, Kansas and Missouri Become New Members of EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge
04/21/2014Sprint Electronic Recycling and Food Recovery Programs to be Honored by EPA Region 7 as Nation Observes Earth Day, April 22
04/17/2014South Greene High School and DeBusk Elementary School in Greeneville, Tenn. Named Top Finishers in Energy Star National Building Competition
04/17/2014University of Florida's Physical Plant Division Central Stores in Gainesville, Fla. Named a Top Finisher in Energy Star National Building Competition
04/17/2014UNC-Chapel Hill Bioinformatics Building in Chapel Hill, N.C. Named a Top Finisher in Energy Star National Building Competition
04/17/2014West Middle School in Shelbyville, KY Named a Top Finisher in Energy Star National Building Competition
04/17/2014Eastman Chemical Company Building B-470 and Building B-469 in Kingsport, Tenn. Named Top Finishers in Energy Star National Building Competition
04/17/2014Two Texas Facilities Are Healthcare’s Best in EPA’s
National Energy Star Competition; Hospital in Killeen, office in Woodlands saw greatest energy reductions
04/17/2014Shawnee, OK, JCPenney Store Places Sixth in EPA’s
National Energy Star Competition
04/17/2014Baton Rouge Elementary School Wins EPA’s National Energy Star Competition
04/17/2014Studebaker Elementary School and McCombs Middle School in Des Moines, Iowa, Among Top 10 Energy Saving Schools in the U.S.
04/10/2014Charlotte on List of 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings in the United States
04/10/2014Louisville on List of 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings in the United States
04/10/2014Miami on List of 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings in the United States
04/10/2014Atlanta Ranks 3rd on List of 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings in the United States
04/10/2014Dallas and Houston Top Cities to Cut Energy with Efficient Buildings
04/10/2014Boston Ranks 13 on EPA’s List of Cities with the most Energy Star Buildings

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