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01/15/2009$2.6 Million for Brownfields Environmental Job Training
01/12/2009EPA Orders Arklatex Operating Company, Inc. to Cease Discharges
12/18/2008EPA awards Arkansas nearly $1 million for water pollution program
12/04/2008EPA enforcement in Arkansas continues to cut pollution
11/13/2008University of Arkansas at Fayetteville teams receive EPA grants
10/08/2008Arkansas clean diesel projects get $295,000 from EPA
09/30/2008Conway student receives EPA science fellowship
08/12/2008EPA Awards $200,000 to the Camden Port Authority
08/11/2008Staying in the green: Arkansas companies continue on EPA Performance Track
08/07/2008EPA Announces Web-Based System for Companies to Self-Disclose Environmental Violations
06/24/2008EPA Awards Over $3.7 Million to the State of Arkansas
06/17/2008Pipeline Company Settles Petroleum Spills
05/28/2008EPA Awards Over $150,000 to the State of Arkansas
05/19/2008Facilities go for the ‘green’ as part of EPA Performance Track
05/08/2008Arkansas small business gets $224,000 from EPA to develop ‘green’ lighting
04/30/2008Convention to focus on hazardous waste cleanup
04/24/2008EPA Region 6 Announces Healthy Indoor Environments Funding Opportunity
04/24/2008EPA Region 6 Announces Healthy Indoor Environments Funding Opportunity
04/10/2008Groups can apply for environmental justice grants
04/07/2008Arkansas to get cleaner, greener with $800,000 from EPA
04/02/2008EPA Announces Federal Clean Diesel Program
03/31/2008New Requirements to Protect Children from Lead-Based Paint Hazards
03/12/2008EPA Strengthens Smog Standards to Better Protect Human Health and the Environment
02/13/2008Little Rock veterans hospital earns Energy Star
02/08/2008Rogers wellness center wins EPA award for support of active aging
02/08/2008EPA Awards Communities for Helping to Improve Quality of Life in Older Adults
02/01/2008Poster contest sheds light on sun safety
01/14/2008EPA Awards Over $25,000 to Southern Arkansas University Tech
01/07/2008EPA Awards Over $100,000 to the State of Arkansas
12/20/2007Communities to get $3 million from EPA for projects to cut pollution
11/15/2007EPA reports end-of-year enforcement results for Arkansas
10/18/2007President’s Environmental Youth Award deadline is Oct. 31
10/11/2007Beyond Translation Forum in Houston, Texas
10/11/2007Beyond Translation Forum in Houston, Texas
09/28/2007EPA takes environmental message to Hispanic communities
09/07/2007EPA offers improved news delivery service
09/07/2007EPA announces change in news delivery service
08/30/2007Frito-Lay plant earns spot in EPA top-performance program
08/16/2007TEPPCO agrees to over $2.8 million settlement for clean water violations
07/30/2007EPA awards $100,000 to State of Arkansas for water quality management
07/10/2007EPA awards over $400,000 to the Little Rock Wastewater Utility to address sanitary sewer overflows
07/10/2007EPA awards over $200,000 to the Arkansas State Plant Board to administer pesticide program
07/06/2007EPA to award $1.36 million for Clean School Bus projects
06/13/2007EPA Gulf Program Seeks Entries for 2007 Gulf Guardian Awards
05/24/2007EPA awards over $280,000 to the State of Arkansas to continue air pollution prevention and control program
05/18/2007Hercules Inc. pays $124 million for Superfund cleanup costs incurred by the U.S. Government
05/15/2007EPA study looks for better asbestos removal technology
04/13/2007EPA awards $200,000 to the City of Camden to establish a local Brownfields job training program
04/04/2007New Technology for Environmental Solutions Collaborating for Results
04/04/2007EPA awards over $400,000 for public sewer systems
04/04/2007EPA’s hotline – A decade of meeting the public’s need for information
03/06/2007Facilities earn spots in EPA top-performance program
02/21/2007Blue Skyways bringing cleaner Arkansas air through cleaner school buses
02/21/2007Wal-Mart hosts Blue Skyways Collaborative biannual meeting
02/07/2007Arkansas buildings powering Energy Star savings
11/15/2006EPA enforcement actions in Arkansas cut pollution, restore environment
11/14/2006$2.3 Million for Environmental Jobs Training
10/30/2006Truckers driving toward environmental excellence
10/18/2006Más allá de las traducciones: EPA auspicia un foro para líderes comunitarios hispanos
Reunión diseñada para fomentar concienciación y participación en asuntos ambientales
10/04/2006EPA, Partners Accept ENERGY STAR Change a Light, Change the World Challenge
Campaign spotlights environmental and economic benefits of energy-efficient bulbs
10/03/2006EPA teams with Schools, Museums to Spread Children's Health Message
06/20/2006Blue Skyways to Bring Cleaner Air
04/28/2006Wal-Mart Encourages Freight Industry to Reduce Air Pollution
04/27/2006Crittenden County Children Get Cleaner Buses
04/19/2006Arkansas Teens Win President's Environmental Youth Award
04/19/2006EPA To Hold Waste Tire Forum in Mobile, Alabama
03/13/2006EPA Fines Fuels and Supplies Inc. for Underground Storage Tank Violations
02/16/2006Emergency officials plan for earthquake, oil spill scenario; Memphis meeting Feb. 21-23
02/14/2006Crittenden County to Become Economic Development Zone
09/11/2000EPA ANNOUNCES LARGEST SETTLEMENT UNDER THE OZONE PROTECTION PROGRAM OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT
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10/02/2014EPA awards over $2.1 million to American Samoa for environmental protection
02/04/2014EPA Issues 2012 Toxic Release Inventory Data for Pacific Southwest Region
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
11/18/2013EPA awards over $30 million to the Pacific Territories for environmental protection
01/16/2013EPA Issues American Samoa Toxics Release Inventory Data for 2011
12/20/2012EPA Updates Rule for Pathogens in Drinking Water, Sets Limit for E. Coli
10/15/2012U.S. EPA Awards over $100,000 to Pacific Territories for Clean Diesel Projects
08/17/2012U.S. EPA’s Regional Administrator Honors New “Green” AS-EPA Office Building
03/19/2012EPA awards CNMI and American Samoa over $117,000 for clean diesel projects
01/05/2012EPA Issues American Samoa Toxics Inventory Data for 2010
11/07/2011EPA partners with federal agencies to track Japan tsunami debris
09/30/2010U.S. EPA applauds American Samoa’s decision to ban plastic shopping bags
04/09/2010US EPA set to implement New Lead-Safe Rule
02/23/2010EPA boosts funding for Guam, CNMI and American Samoa water projects / Funding to Pacific territories jumps from $3.2 million to $37.4 million
01/20/2010EPA Removes Pesticides, Hazardous Waste in American Samoa as part of Tsunami Cleanup
12/23/2009EPA Releases Guam, CNMI, American Samoa Annual Enforcement Results and Mapping Tool
12/16/2009U.S. EPA Launches National Environmental Video Competition to Promote “Three R’s” of Consumer Waste
12/08/2009U.S. EPA Issues 2008 American Samoa Toxic Release Data
11/19/2009U.S. EPA Calls for Green Innovators
11/05/2009EPA Announces Regional Administrator for Region 9
10/19/2009Wipe Out Lead Poisoning
08/19/2009American Samoa Receives $200,000 in Economic Recovery Funds to Improve Water Quality, Create Jobs
06/16/2009EPA Hosts 26th Pacific Islands Environment Conference in Saipan
05/28/2009EPA Hosts 26th Pacific Islands Environment Conference in Saipan
05/18/2009EPA Announces over $4 million in Recovery Act Funds for Water Projects in American Samoa to Boost Economy, Create Jobs and Protect Public Health
03/31/2009EPA orders BP South-West Pacific to takes steps to protect the waters of American Samoa / Company was not conducting monitoring required by permit
03/19/2009EPA releases 2007 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory data / American Samoa reports the least amount of toxic releases of any state or territory in the nation
01/15/2009EPA proposes to not renew American Samoa wastewater treatment plants' variances / Tentative decisions find Utulei and Tafuna plants do not meet requirements for variance from secondary treatment
12/09/2008US EPA launches new site, making environmental information available to reporters on the go/ Reporters can access site from PDA’s and cell phones to gain instant access to critical information while in the field