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11/15/2007Environmental Policing Nets Gains for Delaware
10/31/2007EPA grant supports environmental education program for Delaware parents and caregivers
10/18/2007EPA Commemorates 10 Years of Children’s Health

Lead-poisoning Prevention Program Regional Success Story
10/18/2007EPA Funds Grant to Combat Childhood Lead Poisoning
10/10/2007Delaware small business wins national award for hi-tech work
10/10/2007EPA recognizes Appoquinimink River Association for environmentally-friendly rain garden
09/27/2007Put Your House on an Energy Diet
07/17/2007Stay Cool While Protecting the Environment Even During Dog Days of Summer
07/03/2007Beaches in Good Shape for Holiday Vacationers
06/13/2007Small Firms Win Big Contracts for Emergency Responses
05/23/2007Countdown to Cool Savings this Summer
05/17/2007Know Your Air - Why Checking the Air Quality Index Can Protect Your Health
04/03/2007EPA Grant Helps Brandywine School District Reduce Diesel Exhaust Pollution
03/22/2007EPA Reports Latest Inventory of Chemicals Released
03/14/2007Free Workshop to Help Small Businesses Get Funds for Tech Research
02/12/2007$2.7 Million Available to Local Communities to Reduce Toxic Exposure
02/07/2007Delaware Helps Nation Save Energy with Nine Buildings Earning EPA’s ENERGY STAR
01/25/2007U.S. reaches $21.8 million agreement for cleanup of Spectron Superfund site
01/09/2007A Simple Radon Test Can Help Prevent Lung Cancer -- EPA Urges Builders to Use Radon-resistant Techniques for New Construction
12/29/2006Resolve to E-cycle Old Electronics
12/13/2006I’m Dreaming of a Green Holiday
11/21/2006EPA Reaches Agreement with DuPont to Protect Drinking Water Near W.Va. Plant
11/14/2006November 15th is America Recycles Day
11/01/2006EPA Orders Beazer to Perform $52 Million Cleanup
10/24/2006Five ways to protect children from lead poisoning
10/20/2006Ninth Annual Wetlands and Watersheds Workshop Slated for Oct. 23-25 in Atlantic City
10/18/2006EPA Highlights Children’s Health
10/12/2006EPA awards $5.5 million to National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for Chesapeake Bay clean-up efforts
10/11/2006EPA “WaterSense” Program to Spark Consumer Demand for Water Efficient Products and Promote Water Conservation
10/06/2006EPA Offers $300,000 in Grants for Emission Reductions from Diesel-Powered Engines
10/02/2006Tips to Make School Environments Healthier
09/27/2006EPA Cites Delaware Mobile Home Park For Unlawful Sewage Discharge
09/20/2006EPA signs Clean Bays agreement with Perdue to help protect Chesapeake, Delaware coastal bays
09/19/2006Tips for preventing pollution - Pollution Prevention Week 2006
08/24/2006Mid-Atlantic Diesel Collaborative Sponsors Emissions Reduction Workshop
08/22/2006Head Back to School with the Environment in Mind and Save Money!
07/26/2006EPA, DNREC Assume Oversight of Oil Spill Cleanup
07/20/2006Innovation Produces Results for the Environment - Companies are Running on the Performance Track
07/17/2006Unhealthy Air Quality Predicted for Tuesday in Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.
06/01/2006Summer tips for saving energy and money
04/26/2006Cast Iron Pipe Manufacturer, Company Officials Found Guilty of Environmental Crimes and Worker Safety Violations - Convictions Represent Fifth for McWane Divisions in Two Years
04/18/2006EPA Presents Workshops on Toxic Release Inventory Reporting
04/12/2006Latest Toxic Release Inventory Shows Continued Decline in Chemicals Released into Environment
04/06/2006Delaware Department of Transportation and Transit Authority Settle UST Violations with EPA
03/23/2006Owner of “Super Soda Center” Stores in Maryland Settles with EPA Over Underground Fuel Tank Violations
03/10/2006EPA Awards Delaware Second Brownfields Job Training Grant
11/02/2000Carper Plan for Vlasic Makes Delaware First With Agreement to Benefit Bays and Economy
09/28/1999Four Governors, EPA Commit To Protect Delaware River
01/21/1997EPA Issues Interim Filtration Avoidance Determination To NYC For Its Catskill-Delaware Water System
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12/15/2014EPA Provides Over Half a Million Dollars to Protect Wetlands in New Jersey
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
11/12/2014EPA 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
11/10/2014EPA Extends Public Comment Period on Cleanup Plan in South Plainfield, New Jersey
11/10/2014EPA Funding Helps Businesses in New Jersey Prevent Pollution and Protect Against Storm Surges
10/30/2014EPA Proposes Revised Plan to Remove Mercury Contaminated Sediment from Bottom of Pompton Lake in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey
10/24/2014EPA Finalizes List of Polluted Water Bodies in New Jersey; PCBs, Arsenic, and Phosphorus are Most Common Pollutants
10/17/2014EPA Provides New Jersey $74 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects
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 Proposes Removal of PCBs in South Plainfield Water Body; Public Meeting to be Held Oct. 21 in South Plainfield, NJ
09/29/2014EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan for Toxic Site in Newfield, New Jersey; $5.3 Million to be spent to Address Groundwater Contamination
09/24/2014EPA Finalizes Plan to Address Contaminated Soil at Maywood Chemical Company Superfund Site in NJ
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
09/22/2014EPA Announces Cleanup Plan for Radiation Technology Superfund Site in Rockaway Township, New Jersey; Congressmember Rodney Frelinghuysen and EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck Tour Six Superfund Sites in Morris, Essex and Sussex Counties
09/16/2014EPA Adds Pierson’s Creek Site in Newark, NJ to the Federal Superfund List Due to High Levels of Mercury
08/15/2014New Jersey Organizations Use EPA Grants to Monitor Water Pollution in their Communities; EPA Launches Equipment Loan Program to Help Community Organizations Collect Environmental Data
08/06/2014EPA Finalizes Plan to Address Closed Landfills in Cinnaminson and Delran, New Jersey
07/17/2014EPA Provides Grants to Elizabeth, New Jersey Community Group to Build trail to Elizabeth River
07/14/2014EPA Supporting Small Businesses by Advancing Sustainable and Innovative Products and Research/Twenty-one businesses receiving funding to strengthen the economy and the environment
07/01/2014EPA Finalizes $45 Million* Plan to Address Pollution in Three Areas of Ringwood Mines Superfund Site in Ringwood, New Jersey
06/27/2014EPA Proposes Cleanup Plan for Toxic Site in Newfield, New Jersey; Heavy metals and hexavalent chromium to be Addressed
06/17/2014EPA Selects Six Universities to Help Find New Uses for Toxics Data
05/28/2014EPA Provides $2 Million to Clean Up and Revitalize Contaminated Properties Across New Jersey; Projects in Camden, Union County, Mercer County and Newark