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News Releases by State: VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

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11/10/1999Non-Profit Receives Grant To Address Environmental Justice Concerns; Group Will Use Money to Monitor Water Quality and Educate Public
11/09/1999EPA Completes Federal Superfund Cleanup of Warehouse in Subbase Area of Charlotte Amalie
11/04/1999U.S. Attorney and EPA Present Hess $1 Million To Governor Turnbull; Funds To Be Used For Major Environmental Improvements, Especially To Landfills
10/12/1999EPA Charges Gas Station Tanks in Christiansted Were Mismanaged; Agency Seeking $24,812 Penalty
08/19/1999Federal Government Grants $17,000 To St. Croix Groups For Environmental Education Projects
08/19/1999Federal Government Grants $17,000 To St. Croix Groups For Environmental Education Projects
06/10/1999Trash-Spoiled Wetland Near Bovoni To Be Restored
05/13/1999Federal Government Reports On Toxic Releases Into U.S.V.I's Air, Water And Land; Quality of Environment On an Upward Trend
03/09/1999EPA TO USVI Regulated Community: Test for Y2K Now; Agency to Waive Fines to Encourage Testing for Possible Y2K Problems
12/10/1998Non-Profit in St. Croix Receives Environmental Justice Grant From EPA
12/04/1998Varlack Ventures Pleads Guilty To Criminal Violations Of Clean Water Act
08/26/1998EPA Supports Environmenetal Education Project in the U.S. Virgin Islands
06/26/1998Federal Judge Hits Gas Station Owner on St. Croix With $1 Million Judgement For Violating EPA's Underground Storage Tank Rules
06/18/1998EPA Reports On Toxic Releases To Air, Water and Land in the Virgin Islands
05/28/1998EPA Orders Six Companies To Perform Cleanups at Tutu Wellfield Superfund Site on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
04/23/1998EPA Honors Virgin Islanders For Outstanding Environmental Achievements
04/03/1998EPA Opens Office In The Virgin Islands To Enhance Environmental Support
07/18/1997Underground Storage Tanks in PR and VI Checked For Compliance With Federal Leak Detection Rules
02/11/1997EPA Fines Four Waste Oil Handlers in Puerto Rico and The Virgin Island A Total Of $92,500 For Violating Federal Law