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11/15/2007EPA announces Pacific environmental enforcement accomplishments for 2007
Hazardous waste related cases highlight year
10/01/2007U.S. EPA settles with Carrier Guam for $63,922 for illegal importation of ozone-depleting substances
09/27/2007U.S. EPA files complaint for $76,402 against JWS Refrigeration for illegal importation of ozone-depleting substances
09/27/2007U.S. EPA settles with Los Angeles and Vernon, Calif. wholesalers for pesticide violations
09/04/2007EPA fines Guam Waterworks Authority $40,000 for failure to meet federal court order to improve wastewater system
07/25/2007U.S. EPA is looking for Water Efficiency Leaders
06/21/2007Over $1.3 million in federal funds available for clean school bus projects
04/19/2007EPA issues order to Guam Waterworks Authority for improper use of sewage sludge
04/16/2007EPA honors Pacific Southwest environmental heroes
03/22/2007EPA releases 2005 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory numbers. Guam reports overall decreases, ranks 53 in total releases
02/13/2007U.S. EPA fines GWA for spill prevention violations
01/17/2007U.S. EPA solicits Environmental Award nominations
11/15/2006EPA announces Pacific environmental enforcement accomplishments for 2006, Closure of CNMI’s Puerto Rico Dump, hazardous waste related cases highlight year
11/15/2006EPA announces Pacific environmental enforcement accomplishments for 2006; Closure of CNMI’s Puerto Rico Dump, hazardous waste related cases highlight year
09/12/2006EPA emergency planning workshops, inspections, successful in Guam, Saipan
08/09/2006Guam printing facility to pay $12,500 for hazardous waste violations
07/11/2006Guam water agency fined $55K for not submitting plan
07/10/2006Guam Shipyard to pay $19,534 for hazardous waste violations
06/27/2006Five Guam facilities fined for fuel tank violations
06/07/2006Guam, American Samoa facilities settle risk management plan deficiencies
05/17/2006Guam gets $1.65 million to improve drinking water infrastructure
05/12/2006EPA awards over $10.3 million in grants to Pacific Southwest groups, governments, tribe to clean up, redevelop abandoned properties
05/08/2006EPA fines Guam Department of Public Works $58,500 for failing to comply with consent decree deadlines
04/18/2006EPA honors Pacific Southwest environmental heroes Willie Nelson, Clif Bar among this year's winners
04/12/2006EPA releases latest data on toxic chemicals nationwide. Guam toxics increase due to new chemicals, additional facility.
03/31/2006Public invited to comment on proposed lead-based paint rule
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07/09/2014Idaho Transportation Department settles with EPA for exposing untrained workers and mishandling asbestos waste during shop renovation
06/12/2014McGregor Company’s Nezperce, ID, Facility Nets EPA Penalty for Pesticide Violations
06/04/2014Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
05/28/2014EPA announces $399,978 in Brownfields support for Idaho tribal communities
05/12/2014Jerome, Idaho dairy processor to ensure wastewater discharges meet federal standards
05/09/2014Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
03/17/2014EPA urges Northwest residents to stop drips and leaks during National “Fix-a-Leak Week,” March 17-23
12/19/2013EPA West Coast Collaborative announces more than $2 million in grants to reduce harmful diesel emissions in western states and Pacific Island territories
12/03/2013Twin Falls fish farm settles with EPA for water pollution violations
10/28/2013Former Winchester, Idaho hotel owner settles with EPA for asbestos demolition violations
10/23/2013National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Encourages Testing and Safe Home Repairs to Protect Children’s Health
09/04/2013EPA reaches settlement with Safeway to reduce emissions of ozone-depleting refrigerants nationwide
08/20/2013Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington businesses compete to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gases in EPA’s Energy Star Battle of the Buildings
08/19/2013Idaho sugar company failed to prevent industrial stormwater discharges, violated federal clean water rules
07/31/2013Compliance with environmental laws helps protect air, land, and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
07/30/2013Jim Woods of Makah Tribe continues as EPA senior tribal policy advisor for Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
07/25/2013Sorrento settles with EPA for chemical management violations at Nampa, Idaho plant
07/18/2013Updated Municipal Wastewater Discharge Permits Proposed for Three North Idaho Cities
06/25/2013Oregon and Idaho property managers failed to disclose lead paint hazards to renters
06/21/2013W/T Land and Cattle settles with EPA for water pollution violations
06/11/2013FMC Corporation to begin Superfund cleanup at former phosphorus processing plant near Pocatello, Idaho
06/05/2013McCall, Idaho elementary teacher and school win presidential environmental education award
05/08/2013Eight cities and counties in Idaho, Oregon and Washington receive $2.6 million from EPA to assess, clean up and revitalize brownfield properties
04/23/2013EPA Northwest Region launches Twitter feed on Earth Day
04/19/2013EPA: Compliance with environmental laws helps protect air, land and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
04/04/2013EPA Issues Clean Water Act Permit for Small Suction Dredge Miners in Idaho
03/13/2013Amalgamated Sugar settles for failure to immediately report the release of chlorine gas into the environment
02/07/2013EPA Provides Technical Assistance to 43 Communities to Meet their Sustainability Goals
01/29/2013EPA’s environmental enforcement helps keep water, land, air clean and clear in the Pacific Northwest
01/22/2013EPA orders Lapwai School District maintenance shop to cleanup threat to nearby drinking water wells
01/16/2013EPA Toxics Release Inventory Report provides Northwest residents with information on chemical releases
12/20/2012EPA Updates Rule for Pathogens in Drinking Water, Sets Limit for E. Coli
12/03/2012EPA enforces clean air and water laws to protect communities and environment in the Pacific Northwest
11/27/2012Cottonwood, Idaho paving and asphalt company violates federal clean air laws
10/11/2012Idaho awarded over $626,000 in EPA clean air grants to retrofit school buses and construction equipment
10/11/2012EPA Awards $30 Million for Clean Diesel Projects
09/11/2012Albertsons and Whole Foods reduce harmful refrigerant emissions and garner national awards
08/28/2012Upper Basin Cleanup “Roadmap” Released by EPA
08/13/2012EPA Announces Summary of Enforcement Actions for Spring 2012
06/05/2012EPA and Silver Valley Salute First Superfund Job Training Initiative Graduating Class in Kellogg, June 5, 2012
05/30/201218 U.S. Teachers Receive Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators
05/07/2012Idaho Frozen Food company pays EPA penalty for chemical reporting violations
05/03/2012EPA announces summary of enforcement actions for Winter 2012
04/26/2012Jerome dairy processing facility failed to publicly disclose chemical use and disposal
04/24/2012Boise River Restoration Project Earns Timberline High School (Boise, ID) Students the President’s Environmental Youth Award
04/10/2012EPA Unveils New Permit for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations to Protect Water Quality in Idaho
03/22/2012Idaho hazardous waste disposal site failed to disclose chemical releases
02/28/2012North Idaho’s Yellowdog Creek Nursed Back to Health by Local, State and Federal Partnership
02/27/2012Ten school districts in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska recognized as Energy Star Leaders
02/16/2012EPA Issues Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Construction Sites/New permit includes more protections for waterways, shaped by important public and stakeholder feedback
02/09/2012Three Pacific Northwest communities will get EPA Smart Growth assistance
02/02/2012EPA announces summary of Pacific Northwest and Alaska enforcement actions for Fall 2011
12/21/2011SUPERVALU food recovery efforts garner National Waste Wise Award
12/20/2011Idaho, Oregon, and Washington manufacturers failed to notify authorities about chemical releases
11/10/2011Clearing the Northwest’s air with clean diesel technology
10/18/2011Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington groups awarded over $219,000 for Environmental Education
09/28/2011Trident Seafoods Corp. to Pay $2.5 Million to Resolve Clean Water Act Violations and Spend More Than $30 Million to Upgrade Processing Plants
09/27/2011EPA proposes changes to FMC Superfund site cleanup plan, seeks comments from the public
09/19/2011Idaho oil distributor pays $15,000 penalty for inadequate spill prevention measures
06/13/2011Hecla Mining Company to Pay $263 Million in Settlement to Resolve Idaho Superfund Site Litigation and Foster Cooperation
06/01/2011Air toxics near Lapwai High School below levels of concern
05/23/2011EPA Region 10 Asks Idaho Residents to Fight #1 Cancer in U.S. with “Don’t Fry Day” (Friday, May 27)
04/20/2011Idaho mining company agrees to pay $1.4 million penalty to settle alleged clean water act violations
04/15/2011EPA Solicits Public Comment on Permit to Reduce Stormwater Discharges from Construction Sites
04/14/2011Four Northwest communities awarded EPA funds to protect health, reduce GHG emissions
04/04/2011EPA STATEMENT: Update on Ongoing Monitoring
04/02/2011EPA STATEMENT: Update on Ongoing Monitoring
03/28/2011EPA Monitoring Continues to Confirm That No Radiation Levels of Concern Have Reached the United States
02/22/2011EPA’s Energy Star Leaders Drive Greater Energy Efficiency
12/16/2010EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases - Highlights for Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington