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11/21/2014EPA helps California’s Redwood Valley County Water District prepare for a changing climate
11/21/2014Head of EPA Visits Jersey City to Highlight EPA Investment in Local Communities; Jersey City Mayor Fulop and Administrator McCarthy Visit Berry Lane Park Project
11/20/2014EPA, federal and state agencies, rice growers, industry act to protect endangered salmon and steelhead trout in California
11/20/2014EPA Post-Construction Storm Water Runoff Workshop to be Held in Hilton Head, SC
11/20/2014Collaboration with Federal and State Agencies, Rice Growers and Industry Further Protect Endangered Salmon and Steelhead Trout
11/20/2014U.S. Clean Water Act Settlement in Lima, Ohio, to Reduce Sewage Overflows

11/19/2014EPA to Assist Hillsboro, Kan., Water Utilities in Bolstering Climate Resilience and Readiness
11/19/2014EPA to Assist Fredericktown, Mo., Water Utilities in Bolstering Climate Resilience and Readiness
11/19/2014EPA to Assist Seminole Tribe of Florida Bolster Climate Resilience and Readiness
11/19/2014EPA to Assist Water Utility in Auburn Ala. to Bolster Climate Resilience and Readiness
11/19/2014EPA to Assist Water Utilities in Bolstering Climate Resilience and Readiness
11/19/2014$1.3 Million Awarded for Community-Based Projects to Improve Health of Long Island Sound; $563,248 awarded to support projects in New York
11/18/2014EPA requires Modesto wholesaler to protect Central Valley wetlands and pay penalty, following destruction of rare habitat
11/13/2014EPA Funding Improves Drinking Water Quality and Infrastructure in Oklahoma
11/13/2014EPA, MDEQ and UP Officials Celebrate Removal of Lake Superior Area of Concern from Binational List of Toxic Hotspots
11/13/2014An EPA Settlement with Seaboard Asphalt Products
Helps Protect Baltimore, Maryland Residents.
11/12/2014EPA awards $300,000 small business grant for Berkeley, Calif. entrepreneur’s portable test for toxic algae blooms
11/12/2014EPA Extends Public Comment Period for Plan to Remove Mercury Contaminated Sediment from Bottom of Pompton Lake; EPA to Host Public Information Session for Pompton Lakes Community Tonight
11/10/2014North Georgia Developer Agrees to Settlement for Stormwater Violations
11/10/2014EPA Funding Helps Businesses in Upstate New York Prevent Pollution; $268,000 Will Help Small and Medium-Sized Companies
11/10/2014EPA Funding Helps Businesses in New Jersey Prevent Pollution and Protect Against Storm Surges
11/07/2014EPA Region 7 to Participate at National Association of Farm Broadcasting Trade Talk Event Nov. 13 in Kansas City, Mo.
11/04/2014EPA Settles with Stone Energy Corporation to Restore and Mitigate Damage to West Virginia Streams
11/04/2014EPA Announces Joint Public Meetings to Discuss Next Steps in Vermont’s Lake Champlain Cleanup Efforts
10/30/2014EPA Proposes Revised Plan to Remove Mercury Contaminated Sediment from Bottom of Pompton Lake in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey
10/30/2014EPA Announces Removal of Two Toxic Hotspots on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan from Binational List
10/30/2014Another Successful Year of Hudson River Cleanup Draws to a Close; One More Year of Dredging Expected
10/30/2014EPA Announces Removal of Two Toxic Hotspots on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan from Binational List
10/29/2014EPA Inspection Reveals Clean Water Act Violations by Winifred Feed Lot, LLC, near Frankfort, Kansas
10/29/2014Texas Company to Pay $1.6M for Oil Spill Violations
10/28/2014Accepting Nominations for the 2015 Gulf Guardian Awards
10/28/2014San Antonio Urban Waters Partnership Announcement
10/24/2014EPA Finalizes List of Polluted Water Bodies in New Jersey; PCBs, Arsenic, and Phosphorus are Most Common Pollutants
10/23/2014EPA Region 7 Issues Decision Letter on the State of Missouri’s Proposed Changes to Water Quality Standards
10/22/2014EPA awards $1 million to Northern California graduate students through research fellowships
10/20/2014EPA Awards Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grants to Ohio, Michigan and Indiana to Target Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie
10/20/2014EPA Makes Preliminary Determination to Regulate Strontium in Drinking Water
10/17/2014EPA Provides Puerto Rico $26.8 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects
10/17/2014EPA Provides New York State $197 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects
10/17/2014EPA Provides New Jersey $74 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects
10/16/2014Open Space Council for the St. Louis Region Receives $25K Grant for Lower Meramec Watershed Stewardship, Education
10/16/2014Gloucester Mass. Shipyard Will Help Educate Customers and Peers about Clean Water Responsibilities under Settlement
10/16/2014EPA and Partners to Launch Gulf Awareness Patch Program for Girl Scouts in Mississippi
10/16/2014EPA Announces Proposed Settlement with Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation for Cleanup of Saratoga Springs, NY Superfund Site; Value of Cleanup Work Estimated at $6.5 Million
10/15/2014EPA announces $5.4 M for environmental improvements on tribal lands in Northern California
10/15/2014Austin Community College Receives EPA Grant for Solar Water-Disinfection Project
10/15/2014John Brown University Receives EPA Grant for Solar Water-Purification Project
10/15/2014University of Tulsa Awarded EPA Grant for Water Conservation Project
10/15/2014Stanford and UC Davis student teams receive sustainable design funding from EPA
10/15/2014EPA Announces $7.8 Million for Environmental Improvements on Tribal Lands in Central California
10/15/2014EPA Announces $5.6 Million for Environmental Improvements on Tribal Lands in Southern Calif.
10/15/2014EPA Announces $19.5 Million for Environmental Improvements on Tribal Lands in Arizona
10/15/2014EPA Announces $4.8 Million for Environmental Improvements on Tribal Lands in Nevada
10/15/2014Girl Scouts in Mississippi Invited to Launch of the Gulf Awareness Patch
10/15/2014EPA Applauds Creation of Southeast New England Coastal Watershed Restoration Program
10/14/2014MEDIA ALERT: EPA Regional Administrator Makes Major Funding Announcement at 22nd Annual Tribal Conference
10/10/2014EPA Settlement with Raymore, Mo., Results in Stream Protections for Tributary to South Grand River
10/10/2014City of Santa Maria receives technical assistance from the U.S. EPA for green infrastructure and water quality planning
10/10/2014EPA’s WaterSense Program Recognizes Texas AandM AgriLife Center for National Excellence in Education
10/10/2014Springfield, Mo., to Receive $67,000 from EPA for Technical Assistance in Planning Stormwater and Wastewater Projects
10/10/2014EPA Provides Technical Assistance to Five Communities for Integrated Planning of Stormwater and Wastewater Projects
10/09/20142014 EPA WaterSense Partners of the Year: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership, HydroPoint Data Systems, KB Home, and Energy Inspectors Corporation
10/09/2014EPA Reaches Legal Agreement to Improve Operations at Moca’s Landfill; Agreement also Expands Recycling Program and Establishes a Municipal Composting Program
10/09/2014EPA’s WaterSense 2014 Partners of the Year Honored for Efficiency Efforts to Protect Nation’s Water Supply
10/09/2014EPA Announces $19.4 Million to Improve Water Quality, Infrastructure in Nevada
10/09/2014
EPA Announces $25 Million to Improve Water Quality, Infrastructure in Arizona
10/09/2014Water Quality Improves in Long Island Sound; Nitrogen Pollution is Declining
10/07/2014EPA Settlement with Shine Bros. Corp. Recycling Facility Results in Pollution Prevention and Park Cleanup for Spencer, Iowa
10/07/2014EPA announces funding to reduce water pollution, recycle e-waste, improve environmental health along U.S.– Mexico border
10/07/2014EPA Protects Louisiana Coastal Waters; $2.5 million grant will help restore wetlands
10/07/2014EPA Finalizes Changes to Cleanup Plan to Address VOCs at the Olean Well Field Superfund Site on the Alleghany River in Cattaraugus County in New York
10/07/20142,400 Urban Students to Get Unique Water Education Experience Officials Gather in Camden to Celebrate First Area Stop for ‘Canoemobile’
10/07/2014EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan for Cidra, Puerto Rico Superfund Site; Volatile Organic Compounds Contaminated Drinking Water
10/06/2014Fall River, Mass. Water Treatment Plant Upgrades Will Make Community Safer under EPA Settlement
10/06/2014Two Tampa Corporations and Four Tampa Residents Plead Guilty to Scheme to Unlawfully Sell an Unregistered Pesticide and Obstruct Justice
10/06/2014TUESDAY: EPA Chief Gina McCarthy Visits San Diego to Announce Funding for Wastewater, Recycling, and Environmental Health along U.S.– Mexico border
10/03/2014MONDAY: EPA Chief Gina McCarthy to Visit LA to Engage with Leaders in Clean Tech, Green Infrastructure and Water Quality
10/03/2014EPA Inspection Finds Clean Water Act Violations by E and M Farms, Inc., Dairy Operation near Ossian, Iowa
10/03/2014EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan for Lower Ley Creek Portion of Onondaga Lake Superfund Site; $17 to $25 Million to be Spent to Address PCBs
10/02/2014EPA Awards $2.6 million to Protect Mid-Atlantic Region Wetlands. West Virginia is Among Six Projects to be Funded
10/02/2014EPA Awards $2.6 million to Protect Mid-Atlantic Region Wetlands. Virginia is Among Six Projects to be Funded
10/02/2014EPA Awards $2.6 million to Protect Mid-Atlantic Region Wetlands. Two Pennsylvania Projects Among Six to be Funded
10/02/2014EPA Awards $2.6 million to Protect Mid-Atlantic Region Wetlands. Maryland is Among Six Projects to be Funded
10/02/2014EPA Settlement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Helps Protect Soil and Groundwater from Contamination
10/02/2014EPA Awards $2.6 million to Protect Mid-Atlantic Region Wetlands. Delaware Project Among Six to be Funded
10/02/2014Students Compete to Design Green Stormwater Management Systems
10/02/2014EPA Announces $183 Million to Improve Water Quality, Infrastructure in California
10/01/2014EPA to Announce Millions to Improve Local Water Infrastructure, Water Quality in San Joaquin, Statewide
10/01/2014EPA Provides $340 Million to New York to Make Sewage Treatment Plants and Drinking Water Systems Damaged by Sandy More Resilient
10/01/2014EPA Provides $229 Million to New Jersey to Make Sewage Treatment Plants and Drinking Water Systems Damaged by Sandy More Resilient
10/01/2014EPA Assistance Will Encourage Green Infrastructure, Climate Resiliency in Austin
10/01/2014EPA, Anacostia Watershed Society Launch Clean Water Program in Elementary Schools
10/01/2014EPA Announces Agreement with GE to Further Investigate Upper Hudson River Floodplain; Comprehensive Study to Cost About $20.5 Million
10/01/2014EPA Proposes to Remove Newburgh, NY Site from Superfund List; $45 Million Spent to Address Bankrupt Metal Processing Site on the Hudson River
10/01/2014EPA Proposes Removal of PCBs in South Plainfield Water Body; Public Meeting to be Held Oct. 21 in South Plainfield, NJ
10/01/2014EPA Reaches Clean Water Act Settlement with Two Coal Companies to improve Water Quality in Eastern Kentucky
10/01/2014MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA to Recognize the Importance of Clean Water at the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station in Navarre Beach, FL
09/30/2014EPA settles with Idaho construction company and developer for Boise stormwater violations
09/30/2014As Sandy Anniversary Approaches, EPA Highlights Importance of Wetlands in Protecting Against Severe Storms
09/30/2014EPA Region 7 Administrator, Brody Middle School Students to Increase Awareness of Water Quality Oct. 3 in Des Moines, Iowa

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