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04/01/2013Oregon fuel companies fined for federal oil spill prevention and response violations
03/26/2013Six North Carolina Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/26/2013Three Tennessee Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/26/2013Five Kentucky Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/26/2013Seven Georgia Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/26/2013Manitowoc Foodservice in New Port Richey, Florida Receives 2013 Energy Star Award
03/26/2013South Carolina Electric and Gas Company in Cayce, South Carolina Receives 2013 Energy Star Award
03/26/2013Eight New England Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/26/2013EPA and DOE Recognize 2013 Energy Star Partners of the Year
03/18/2013Students in Fairfield, Maine Partner with Green Plumbers Training Program for Fix a Leak Week March 18-24
03/13/2013Boston Makes National Top 10 of Cities with the Most Energy Star Buildings
03/12/2013Northern California Cities Lead Nationally with Most Energy Star Buildings
03/12/2013Miami Makes List of Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
03/12/2013Charlotte Makes List of Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
03/12/2013Atlanta Ranks 5th on List of Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings in the United States
03/12/2013EPA Announces Cities with the Most Energy Star Buildings in the US/Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Chicago, New York, Atlanta rank in top five
02/28/2013Raytheon, Staples Recognized for Climate Leadership
02/27/2013EPA Announces New Guidelines for Energy Efficient Homes in Puerto Rico; Will Help Puerto Ricans Conserve Energy, Protect the Environment and Save Money
02/26/2013U.S. EPA Honors GRID Alternatives for Solar Panel Job Training
02/20/2013Energy Plant for Longwood Medical Center Gets EPA Energy Star Award
02/20/2013EPA Recognizes Medical Centers and Universities for Emissions Reductions and Energy Savings
02/07/2013EPA to Provide Smart Growth Technical Assistance to Atchison, Kan.
02/07/2013EPA to Provide Smart Growth Technical Assistance to Lawrence, Kan.
02/07/2013EPA to Provide Smart Growth Technical Assistance to Omaha, Neb.
02/07/2013EPA to Provide Smart Growth Technical Assistance to Bellevue, Neb.
02/07/2013EPA to Provide Smart Growth Technical Assistance to Dubuque, Iowa
02/05/2013National Smart Growth Conference Scheduled Feb. 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo.
02/04/2013Equitable Development Workshop Scheduled Feb. 6 in Kansas City, Mo.
01/30/2013St. Landry Parish Landfill Project Recognized for Transforming Waste into a Green Community Asset
01/30/2013Coca-Cola/Hickory Ridge and Watauga County Landfill Projects Recognized for Transforming Waste into a Green Community Asset
01/04/2013Interior, Energy, EPA Commit to Cooperative Working Group to Achieve Shared Goals on Navajo Generating Station in Arizona
12/27/2012STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR LISA P. JACKSON ANNOUNCING HER LEAVING CABINET AFTER STATE OF UNION
12/06/2012EPA Region 7 to Provide Details about Green Infrastructure Assistance for City of Des Moines, Iowa, on Monday, Dec. 10
12/06/2012DOE and EPA Release Annual Fuel Economy Guide with 2013 Models
11/16/2012EPA Keeps Renewable Fuels Levels in Place After Considering State Requests
10/18/2012Ten Ways to Save Money, Energy and Protect Your Health This Winter
10/16/2012U.S. EPA Honors Fresno State's WET Center
10/15/2012U.S. EPA Awards Over $5 Million to California for Clean Diesel Projects
10/11/2012EPA and TDEC Recognize Tennessee Water and Wastewater Utilities for Energy Savings
10/10/2012TOMORROW: EPA and TDEC to Recognize Tennessee Water and Wastewater Utilities for Energy Savings
10/05/2012EPA and TDEC to Recognize Tennessee Water and Wastewater Utilities for Energy Savings
10/01/2012Two Bay Area Companies Receive U.S. EPA Energy Awards
09/24/2012EPA Honors Organizations for Supporting Green Power
09/14/2012EPA Proposes to Add the Riverside Industrial Park in Newark, NJ to the Superfund List; EPA Encourages the Public to Comment
09/14/2012EPA Proposes to Add the Matlack, Inc. Site in Woolwich Township, NJ to the Superfund List; EPA Encourages the Public to Comment
09/14/2012EPA Sets Bio-based Diesel Volumes for 2013
09/11/2012Waste Reduction Technology Demonstration at EPA Regional Office in Atlanta
09/10/2012EPA Unveils Calif. Mapping Tool for Developing Renewable Energy Sources
09/04/2012Town of Wellesley Designated First Green Power Partner Community in Massachusetts
08/28/2012US Coast Guard Academy in Conn. Awarded for Green Electronics
08/28/201212:30PM TODAY: Senior Administration Officials to Hold Conference Call to Discuss Major Fuel Efficiency Announcement
08/28/2012Obama Administration Finalizes Historic 54.5 mpg Fuel Efficiency Standards/ Consumer Savings Comparable to Lowering Price of Gasoline by $1 Per Gallon by 2025
08/22/2012EPA to Extend Public Comment Period On Air Permit for Arecibo Waste to Energy Facility; Agency Will Hold Five Public Hearing Sessions August 25, 26 and 27
08/17/2012U.S. EPA’s Regional Administrator Honors New “Green” AS-EPA Office Building
08/17/2012EPA Comments on We Energies Plan to Convert to Natural Gas at Valley Power Plant
08/14/2012Two Connecticut-based Companies Recognized by EPA as Top Green Power Partners
07/25/2012300+ New England Buildings Compete in Energy Star National Building Competition
07/25/2012EPA Kicks Off Third Annual Energy Star National Building Competition
07/20/2012EPA to Review Technical Information on Mercury and Air Toxics Standards for New Power Plants/Routine review has no impact on cost or vital health benefits of first national standards for mercury pollution
07/17/2012EPA Fines Yuba City Power Plant $13,500 Following Illegal Arsenic Release
07/14/2012EPA and the Georgia Force Encourage Metro Atlanta Take the "Change the World with ENERGY STARŪ" Pledge
07/12/2012EPA and the Georgia Force Encourage Metro Atlanta to Take the “Change the World with ENERGY STARŪ” Pledge
07/09/2012EPA Chief Hosts Mexico and Canada Leaders at Commission for Environmental Cooperation Meeting
07/03/2012EPA Greenhouse Gas Permitting Requirements Maintain Focus on Largest Emitters/Steps to streamline process will ease burden on state and local permitting authorities
06/20/2012EPA Welcomes Philadelphia as its Newest Green Power Community Partner
06/13/2012EPA's Fifteen Hot Tips for a Cool Summer / Save money, water, energy while protecting health and encouraging environmental learning
06/07/2012EPA Launches First Waste to Biogas Mapping Tool
06/05/2012Spirit Lake, Iowa, Community School District Recognized Among Top Ranking Partners in EPA’s Green Power Partnership
06/05/2012University of Iowa Recognized Among Top Ranking Partners in EPA’s Green Power Partnership
05/29/2012Mid-America Pipeline Company LLC, Enterprise Products Operating LLC to Pay $1M for Spills in Iowa, Kan., Neb.
05/24/2012EPA, Southern California Edison Mark Recycling of 1 Million Refrigerators
05/21/2012EPA to Hold Public Hearings in Washington, D.C. and Chicago on Carbon Pollution Standard for New Power Plants
05/18/2012EPA Honors Top Energy-Efficient Building Designs/'Designed to Earn the Energy Star' Projects Featured at the American Institute of Architects National Convention
05/04/2012EPA Releases Draft Permitting Guidance for Using Diesel Fuel in Oil and Gas Hydraulic Fracturing/Guidance will clarify means of compliance with 2005 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act
05/03/2012McDonald’s Joins EPA List of Top 50 Green-Powered Organizations
04/27/2012As Summer Smog Season Starts, Free Resources Help Protect People
04/25/2012MEDIA ALERT: Regional U.S. EPA Leader Jared Blumenfeld Heads to Sacramento to Discuss Jobs, Green Tech
04/25/2012U.S. EPA, Dept. of Energy Launch Innovative New Tools to Determine Solar and Wind Energy Potential on Contaminated Lands
04/23/2012EPA Releases List of Top 50 Green-Powered Organizations/ Intel, Kohl’s, Microsoft rank in top three
04/20/2012MEDIA ADVISORY: Obama Administration to Announce First U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools
04/18/2012University of Utah ranks third in the nation in EPA’s Green Power Challenge
04/18/2012Southwestern University Makes the Grade in EPA’s Green Power Challenge
04/18/2012Oklahoma Universities Make the Grade in EPA’s Green Power Challenge
04/11/2012San Francisco, Sacramento Top the list of
U.S. Cities most Energy Star Buildings
04/11/2012Seattle and Portland among the top cities with the most Energy Star certified buildings in the United States
04/11/2012Colorado Springs makes list of top 25 cities with the most Energy Star buildings in the United States
04/11/2012Denver ranks 11th on list of cities with the most Energy Star buildings in the United States
04/11/2012Salt Lake City makes list of top 25 cities with the most Energy Star buildings in the United States
04/11/2012EPA Announces Top Cities in Texas with the Most Energy Star Buildings - Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth Metro Areas Rank in the Top Ten
04/11/2012Boston Area Ranked 10th Metropolitan Area for Energy Star Labeled Buildings
04/11/2012Phoenix Tops the list of U.S. Cities with most Energy Star Buildings
04/11/2012Miami Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
04/11/2012Atlanta Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
04/11/2012Charlotte Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
04/11/2012Tampa Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
04/11/2012EPA Announces DC-Area Has Second Highest Number of ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings in U.S.
04/11/2012EPA Releases List of Cities with the Most Energy Star Buildings in the United States / Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco rank in top five, cutting energy costs while increasing efficiency, protecting health, reducing pollution
04/06/2012Statement on Passing of Peter Lord, Environmental Reporter for Providence Journal
03/27/2012EPA Region 7 Issues Notice of Violation to Grain Processing Corporation, Inc., of Muscatine, Iowa, for Clean Air Act Issues
03/27/2012National Cooperative Refinery Association to Pay $700,000 in Penalties for Violations at Kansas Refinery and Storage Facility

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