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2004 News Releases


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12/08/2004Three Defendants and Company Sentenced in Lead Paint Waste Case
12/08/2004 Company CEO Convicted in Illegal Ocean Dumping Case
12/08/2004Bridgeport, Conn. Company to Pay $25,123 for Clean Air Act Violations
12/08/2004RI Real Estate Investor Agrees to Pay $20,000 to Settle Violations of Lead Disclosure Laws
12/08/2004Three Companies Settle Clean Water Act Case over Wetlands Violations in Suffolk, Va.
12/08/2004EPA Cites Contractor and School District for Asbestos Violation at Newville, Pa. High School
12/08/2004U.S. EPA charges Kinder Morgan with Clean Water Act violations
12/08/2004 EPA Updates Information on Sediments
12/07/2004Holland America Line Operating Company Agrees to Plead Guilty to Illegal Discharge of 20,000 Gallons of Untreated Sewage into Juneau Harbor
12/07/2004Investigation Continues at Nuclear Metals Site in Concord, Mass.
12/07/2004New Permit Proposed for Animal Feeding Operations
12/07/2004Propone nuevo permiso para las Operaciones de Engorde de Animales
12/07/2004U.S. EPA gives $234,000 for U.S.-Mexico, California/Baja California border environmental projects
12/07/2004EPA awards $93,750 to Hawai'i Department of Land and Natural Resources
12/07/2004EPA Acting Regional Administrator Callahan Honors Environmental Performance Track Member in New York
12/07/2004EPA Acting Regional Administrator Callahan Honors Environmental Performance Track Member in Puerto Rico
12/06/2004City of Bangor Agrees to Pay $59,586 and spend $165,432 on Cleaner Fuel to Settle Claims of Environmental Violations at Airport Facilities
City Required to Continue Its Investigation
12/06/2004Clean Up Will Begin at Connell Street Property in Tiverton, R.I.
12/06/2004EPA Honors Pinellas County Schools for Implementing Exemplary Indoor Air Quality Program
12/06/2004EPA Honors Jefferson County Public Schools for Implementing Exemplary Indoor Air Quality Program
12/06/2004EPA Honors Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools for Implementing Exemplary Indoor Air Quality Program
12/06/2004EPA Files New Claim Alleging DuPont Withheld PFOA Information
12/04/2004EPA, Region 4 Announces the Winners of Region 4 2004 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) Awards
12/03/2004EPA Extends Public Comment Period on New Information in Final Ecological Risk Assessment for GE Pittsfield / Housatonic River Site
12/03/2004U.S. EPA gives $284,625 for environmental projects along Arizona's U.S.-Mexico border
12/03/2004EPA Settlement Will Bring Yonkers Schools into Compliance with Asbestos Regulations
12/03/2004EPA, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control coordinate Clean Water Act Storm Water Compliance and Enforcement Actions in Charlotte
12/03/2004Officials Convene to Sign Great Lakes Declaration
12/02/2004Kent and Spokane schools honored for improving air quality for children
12/02/2004North Haven, Conn. Schools Awarded for Exceptional Indoor Air Quality Program
12/02/2004Burlington, Vt. Schools Awarded for Exceptional Indoor Air Quality Program
12/02/2004EPA Promotes Water Efficiency in the Home - Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act - By Donald S. Welsh, U.S. EPA Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator
12/02/2004AK Steel Settles Lawsuit Over Environmental Violations at Butler Mill - Steelmaker to Pay $300,000 Penalty and $900,000 in Pollution Reduction Projects to Settle Hazardous Waste, Air and Water Pollution Violations
12/02/2004Waste Reduction Holiday Tips From the U.S. EPA
12/02/2004EPA, AQMD address air pollution impact on children by retrofitting and replacing hundreds of diesel school buses
12/02/2004Schools Join EPA to Improve Indoor Air Quality for Millions Of Children; Schools Win EPA Awards
12/02/2004 Governmental and Regional Leaders to Sign Great Lakes Declaration
12/01/2004 Georgia Rendering Plant Pleads Guilty in Clean Water Act Case
12/01/2004Transportation Company Fined $10 Million for Buzzards Bay Oil Spill
12/01/2004 North Carolina Businessman and Corporation Indicted
Owner of Virginia Trailer Park Charged in Clean Water Act Case
12/01/2004 EPA Releases Information on High Production Volume Chemical Challenge Program
12/01/2004 Regulatory Action to Complement Phase-Out of Two Flame Retardant Chemicals
12/01/2004New Grants To Reduce Lead Poisoning in High-Risk Communities
12/01/2004 Louisiana Shipyard and Co-Owner Agree to Plead Guilty
12/01/2004EPA Settles Hazardous Waste Case with the State of Massachusetts Case Sparks Change in State Contractor Policy
12/01/2004Texas petroleum company agrees to pay $90,000 to settle Safe Drinking Water violations on Navajo lands in Utah
12/01/2004U.S. EPA orders Carson Pepsi bottling plant to comply with the federal Clean Water Act
12/01/2004U.S., Tennessee Announce Clean Water Act Agreement with Knoxville Utilities Board
12/01/2004Waste Incinerator Regulations Would Cut 2,800 Tons of Air Pollution Annually
12/01/2004 Pennsylvania Company and President Plead Guilty in Clean Water Act Case
11/30/2004Connecticut Health Centers Get Needed Lift from EPA Settlement with Medical Product Maker
11/30/2004EPA to Begin Clean-up at Facemate Corp. in Chicopee, Mass.
11/30/2004Chamberlain Manufacturing Corp. Settles PCB Violations at Scranton Army Ammunition Plant
11/30/2004Philly to Host Emergency Preparedness Conference
11/30/2004EPA Releases Notice of Data Availability for Clean Air Mercury Rule
11/24/2004Bellevue Company Pays $26,180 for Lead Reporting Violation
11/24/2004Property Transfer in Cataño Area Adds Valuable Land for Preservation to Las Cucharillas Marsh
11/23/2004Kathy Callahan to Oversee EPA Region 2
11/23/2004Minnesota Metal Finisher Convicted in Sewer Line Case
11/23/2004Tennessee Dairy Farmer Indicted on Clean Water Act Charges
11/23/2004Former Sewage Treatment Company President Indicted in Illegal Discharge Cases
11/23/2004Rhode Island Building Co. Agrees to Pay $46,000 for PCB Violations in Conn.
11/23/2004Mass. College to Pay $75,000 Penalty and Complete Environmental Projects Worth $155,500 to Settle EPA Claims of Clean Water Act Violations
11/23/2004Newell to clean up lead contamination at former pottery plant
11/23/2004EPA Settles Hazardous Waste Violations at Two S.E. Pa. Foundries
11/23/2004EPA Recognizes Federal-Mogul Corp. in Boyertown for Reducing Waste
11/23/2004EPA honors leadership in emergency prevention and preparedness
11/23/2004EPA recognizes businesses for taking steps to improve energy efficiency
11/23/2004U.S. Senate Confirms Four EPA Appointees
11/23/2004Dozens of Government Officials and Tribal Representatives Will Convene to Sign Great Lakes Declaration
11/23/2004EPA Clarifies Compliance Sampling Requirements of the Lead and Copper Rule
11/23/2004Early Release of 2003 TRI Data
11/22/2004HUD and EPA Settle Case Against Massachusetts-based Landlord – 10,000 Apartments in Seven States and D.C. to Become Lead Safe
Agreement covers more than 7,000 apartments in Massachusetts
11/22/2004Delaware Solid Waste Authority Settles Clean Air Act Violations at Wilmington Landfill
11/19/2004Hasbro Children's Hospital and Environmental Protection Agency Bring Asthma Education to Woonsocket Schools
11/18/2004Boston’s Saunders Hotel Group Awarded For Energy Efficiency and Good Environmental Practices
11/18/2004North Carolina Businessman Indicted for False Claims and Dumping in the Chesapeake Bay
11/18/2004Dunbar sanitary board receives national environmental award
11/18/2004EPA Recognizes Organizations for Improving Energy Efficiency and Protecting the Environment
11/18/2004United States and China Launch Clean Diesel Retrofit Program
11/18/2004After Extensive Analysis, EPA Removes Chemicals from Lists of Regulated Pollutants
11/17/2004EPA Honors Communities, Tribes for Balancing Growth, Environment, Quality of Life
11/17/2004 EPA Updates Homeland Security Strategy
11/17/2004San Juan Pueblo gana premio nacional de la EPA
11/17/2004EPA Recognizes 3 Texas Businesses as ENERGY STAR Leaders
11/17/2004New Mexico's San Juan Pueblo Wins National Award from EPA
11/17/2004EPA reconoce las Escuelas Públicas de Muskogee como Líder de ENERGY STAR
11/17/2004EPA reconoce 3 negocios de Texas como Líderes de ENERGY STAR
11/17/2004EPA Recognizes Muskogee Public Schools as ENERGY STAR Leader
11/17/2004EPA recognizes two Colorado Springs School Districts for improving energy efficiency and protecting the environment
11/17/2004EPA Recognizes Organizations for Improving Energy Efficiency, Protecting Environment
11/17/2004EPA Releases Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2004
11/16/2004EPA Funds Projects to Find Cost-effective Ways to Dismantle City’s Condemned Properties -
Tearing Down the House and Reusing Building Materials
11/16/2004Atlantic Richfield – EPA Consent Decree lodged for Eureka Mills
11/16/2004EPA Selects Arlington Blending and Packaging Site in Arlington, Tenn., as Reuse Demonstration Project
11/16/200413 Countries Join United States in Launching Methane to Markets Partnership
11/15/2004National Environmental Enforcement Figures Include Alaska and Idaho Achievements
11/15/2004Ellington, Conn. Firm to Spend $35,000 To Resolve Complaint of Chemical Release Violations

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