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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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04/15/2014Settlements Ensure that New England Painting Companies Protect Children from Lead Paint Hazards
03/27/2014EPA Grants Available to Improve the Environment and Public Health in New England Communities
03/18/2014EPA Requires Five New England Companies to Better Manage Hazardous Chemicals to Protect Community
02/19/2014Plymouth Village, N.H. Wastewater Treatment Plant Recognized for Excellence
02/19/2014Rochester, N.H. Wastewater Treatment Plant Chief Operator Recognized for Outstanding Service
02/19/2014Pittsfield, N.H. Wastewater Treatment Plant Recognized for Excellence
02/18/2014Two Contractors Fined and Will Take Action to Protect Children from Lead Paint Hazards under Settlement
02/13/2014EPA Will Review 27 Superfund Site Clean Ups This Year
02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in New Hampshire
02/05/2014EPA Tips to Help Reduce Health Concerns and Improve Efficiency When Using Wood Heaters
02/03/2014Nominations for EPA New England’s Annual Environmental Merit Awards - Deadline is Feb. 21, 2014
01/30/2014EPA Completes Reviews of 22 Site Cleanups
01/23/2014EPA Will Hold a Public Hearing in Boston Feb. 26 on New Wood Stove Air Pollution Standards -- Proposal would make new wood stoves and heaters significantly cleaner
01/22/2014UNH Stormwater Center Awarded Nearly $1M from EPA for Philadelphia Green Infrastructure Project
01/08/2014EPA Requires Hudson, NH Manufacturing Company to Pay a Fine and Make Hazardous Waste Operations Safer for Community
01/07/2014Sixteen Grants Will Help Protect Wetlands in New England
12/11/2013NH Hazardous Waste Site Added to Superfund’s National Priorities List; Windham, Maine Site Proposed
11/15/2013New England Institutions Honored for Food Waste Recycling Efforts on America Recycles Day
11/08/2013New England Leaders Convene to Help Communities Prepare for Climate Change Challenges
10/21/2013New England Experienced Fewer Unhealthy Air Quality Days During Summer Ozone Season
07/31/2013STATEMENTS: Senior EPA Officials Pay Tribute to Ira Leighton, who Helped Shape Environmental Protection since 1972
07/16/2013Laconia N.H. Company Fined for Failing to Notify Tenants about Lead Paint Hazards
07/15/2013EPA Provides Additional $3.5+ Million for Brownfields Cleanups in New England
06/26/2013Federal Agencies Awarded for Reducing Environmental Footprint in New England
06/26/2013New Hampshire Organizations and Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
05/30/2013Poor Air Quality Will Continue in Southern New England, including N.H. and Maine Coasts, for Friday and Saturday
05/21/2013Two Mass. Sites Added to National Superfund List, and One N.H. Site Proposed to be Listed
05/10/2013EPA Awards $12 Million to Clean Up New England Brownfield Sites
05/09/2013EPA Conducts “Five-Year Review” for 16 New England Superfund Sites
05/01/2013Free Tools Available to Protect Health as Summer Smog Season Starts
04/23/2013New England Buildings Score in National Energy Star Building Competition
04/22/201323 New England Colleges Join Effort to Reduce Food Waste
04/04/2013Kingston, N.H. Concrete Producer Agrees To Resolve Clean Water Act Violations
04/01/2013Seven New England Colleges and Universities Honored for Food Waste Recycling Efforts
03/26/2013Eight New England Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/20/2013Recent Actions Ensure New England Companies Adhere to Protections in Federal Pesticide Law
02/27/2013Soil Removal Begins at Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in Plaistow, N.H.
02/25/2013N.H. Company Faces Penalty for Violating Lead Renovation Rule at Kittery, Maine Site
02/20/2013Gorham, New Hampshire Wastewater Treatment Plant Recognized for Excellence
02/19/2013Durham, N.H . Wastewater Treatment Superintendent Recognized for Outstanding Service
02/19/2013City of Dover, N.H. Industrial Pretreatment Program Recognized for Excellence
02/12/2013Public Review Begins on Revised Draft Stormwater Permit for 60 N.H. Municipalities
01/24/2013Nominations for EPA New England’s Annual Environmental Merit Awards accepted until March 1, 2013
01/16/2013EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2011 Toxic Chemical Releases in New Hampshire
12/20/2012EPA Updates Rule for Pathogens in Drinking Water, Sets Limit for E. Coli
12/13/2012Merrimack N.H. Company Will Help Clean Wood Stoves in Southern N.H.; Total Penalty of $101K for Clean Air Violations
12/13/2012Columbia, N.H. Sand and Gravel Facility Pays Fine for Clean Water Act Violations
12/12/2012EPA Awards Almost $45,000 to New England Student Teams for Sustainable Technology
12/06/2012Community-Based Nonprofits Receive EPA Grants to Help Reduce Environmental Risks in Manchester, N.H.; Lawrence, Springfield and Worcester, Mass.
11/30/2012EPA Awards Research Fellowships to 18 New England Students 
11/26/2012EPA Recommends New Recreational Water Quality Criteria to Better Protect Public Health
11/14/2012EPA Fines 16 Firms for Violations of the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule