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2006 News Releases


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11/15/2006EPA enforcement actions in Arkansas cut pollution, restore environment
11/15/2006EPA Enforcement Cuts Total Pollution by Record 3 Billion Pounds Over Last Three Years - Air Pollution Reductions Alone Result in Health Benefits of $3.5 Billion Yearly
11/15/2006Grant Helps King County and NW Partners Purchase Newest, Cleanest Hybrid Diesel-Electric Utility Trucks
11/15/2006Chicago, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Vermont, Kansas Communities Praised for Environmentally-Sensitive Development
11/14/2006U.S. EPA presents prestigious national water award to Riverside; The city placed first in the nation in wastewater pretreatment category
11/14/2006EPA Settles Alleged Violations of Underground Storage Tank Regulations with Baltimore Company - Consent Agreement Covers 32 Maryland Facilities Owned by Carroll Independent Fuel Co.
11/14/2006November 15th is America Recycles Day
11/14/2006EPA Event Lauds Environmentally Sensitive Development in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Vermont, Illinois, Kansas
11/14/2006Connecticut Firm Fined for Pesticide Labeling Violations
11/14/2006Excavation Completed at Residential Properties in Baldwinville, MA
11/14/2006Loans To Help Truckers Save Money, Reduce Emissions
11/14/2006EPA to Discuss Enforcement Accomplishments for FY 2006
11/14/2006More Leading Organizations Rally to Meet EPA's Building Challenge
11/14/2006$2.3 Million for Environmental Jobs Training
11/13/2006Denver International Airport recognized as an environmental leader
11/13/2006Two Kansas City Area EPA Employees Win Missouri Governor's Quality Award
11/13/2006U.S. EPA presents prestigious national water award to San Leandro; The city placed second in the nation in wastewater pretreatment category
11/13/20064 Arizona companies disclose environmental violations
11/13/20066 California companies disclose environmental violations
11/13/2006$2.3 Million for Environmental Jobs Training
11/13/2006EPA honors five Great Lakes communities for Brownfields efforts
11/13/2006EPA, WDNR propose change to Fox River cleanup plan; comment period begins; meeting Dec. 5
11/13/2006Methyl Bromide for U.S. 'Critical Uses' Continues Steady Decline under International Ozone Layer Protection Treaty
11/13/2006EPA and Chicago wilderness to honor top Native Landscaping efforts
11/09/2006Maricopa County resolves air quality permit deficiencies
11/09/2006Border Environmental Workgroup Hears from Public
11/09/2006Developer to clean up Superfund site
Historic agreement clears way for future redevelopment
11/09/20064.5 Million Hazardous Material Containers Collected in Southern Louisiana -- Environmental Responders Keep Hazards Out of Landfills, Away from the Public
11/08/2006EPA To Celebrate National Superfund Cleanup Milestone at Macalloy Corporation Superfund Site in North Charleston, SC
11/08/2006U.S. EPA, Sacramento mayor and vice mayor break ground at downtown garden site
11/08/2006EPA Action Leads to Compliance with Federal Underground Tank Regulations at McGuire AFB
11/08/2006Cleanup Begins at Erb Junkyard Site in Perry, Maine
11/07/2006EPA Recognizes Natoma, Kan., Wastewater Treatment Facility for Excellence
11/07/2006Season’s Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment Completed
11/07/2006EPA cites Wisconsin landlord for lead-based paint violations; penalty $596 plus window replacement
11/07/2006International Partnership Yields Economic and Environmental Benefits
11/06/2006EPA Booth Planned for NAFB Trade Talk Event
11/06/2006U.S. EPA settles for $915,000 with Pala Tribe over San Diego County water violations
11/06/2006Tribal Grants Guidance to Promote Environmental Results
11/06/2006Amended Clean Up Decision Approved for Eastland Woolen Mill Superfund Site in Corinna, Maine
11/06/2006The City of Skagway, Alaska Agrees to Pay $18,000 EPA Settlement to Resolve Clean Water Act Violations
11/06/2006$7 Million Available for Tribal Nonpoint Source Projects
11/04/2006Navy, U.S EPA and state sign cleanup decision for seaplane lagoon
11/03/2006EPA: Chevron agrees to clean up at former Hooven Refinery
11/03/2006EPA's upcoming small business and jobs conference aimed at helping veterans
11/03/2006Tannery Bay dredging to stop for winter; will resume spring 2007
11/03/2006Asian Development Bank Joins Methane to Markets Partnership
11/02/2006Final Groundwater Cleanup Decision Issued for Portion of Massachusetts Military Reservation
11/02/2006EPA Hearing Seeks Comments on Proposed Changes to New Source Review
11/02/2006New Jersey Truckers Driving Toward Environmental Excellence
11/02/2006*CORRECTION* EPA Proposes Gasoline- and Money-Saving Rules for Gas Distributors
11/02/2006Keep Some Money in Your Wallet This Winter
11/01/2006EPA Orders Beazer to Perform $52 Million Cleanup
11/01/2006Philips Lighting to Cut Mercury and Lead in All its U.S.-made Fluorescent Lights
11/01/2006EPA Determines 99 Missouri Water Bodies Should Be Protected For Recreation
11/01/2006EPA settles with Northern California semiconductor manufacturer for failing to submit timely toxic chemical reports
11/01/2006Energy Efficiency Campaign Comes to Subsidized Housing in Portland - Low-income families Take Pledge to "Change a Light" to help reduce utility costs
11/01/2006Home Energy Efficiency Efforts Pay Off in Big Savings
10/31/2006EPA delegates Clean Water Act authority to southern California tribe
10/31/2006U.S. EPA awards research grants to two California universities
10/31/2006Ellsworth Air Force Base joins EPA program for environmental leaders
10/31/2006EPA and Utilities Launch Initiative to Reduce Ozone Depleting Substances and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
10/31/2006Connecticut Manufacturer Agrees to Pay Penalty and Complete Environmental Projects to Settle Financial Assurance Claims
10/31/200614th Annual Tribal Conference hosted by U.S. EPA and Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe
10/31/2006Massachusetts' Greater Lawrence Sanitary District Agrees to Invest $18 Million to Improve Sewage Treatment System and Pay $254,000 Fine
10/31/20062 Facilities in the Southeast Commit to Environmental Improvements Beyond Regulatory Requirements
10/31/2006MEDIA ADVISORY: Watch the State of the Lakes Ecosystem Conference on your own computer
10/31/2006Freight Industry Leaders in the Southeast Recognized for Environmental Innovation Companies in Atlanta, Jacksonville, Fla. and Greensboro, N.C. awarded for reductions in energy consumption and greenhouse gases
10/30/2006Truckers driving toward environmental excellence
10/30/2006EPA and Texas Declare McGregor Property 'Ready for Reuse'
10/30/2006EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to Hold Public Information Meeting on Shpack Landfill
10/30/2006EPA Awards Research Fellowships for College Students
10/30/2006Cleaner Air in Middle Georgia Anticipated as Clean Diesel Fuel Becomes Widely Available
10/30/2006Massachusetts Celebrates World Water Monitoring Day
10/30/2006Continental Steel site update: Wildcat Creek dredging to begin, redevelopment highlighted
10/27/2006U.S. EPA visits City Terrace Drive School, praises LAUSD for good classroom indoor air quality, Children's Health Month
10/27/2006MEDIA ADVISORY:Briefing on Kokomo, Indiana's Continental Steel Superfund site, Oct. 30, 10 a.m.
10/27/2006EPA, Utilities Move to Put Older Appliances in Deep Freeze
10/27/2006EPA Dives into Water Efficiency
10/27/2006EPA reaches agreement with American Greetings on clean-air violations
10/27/2006EPA reaches agreement with FONA on clean-air and hazardous-waste violations
10/26/2006Cleaner Air in Middle Georgia Anticipated with Transition to Clean Diesel
10/26/2006Hispanic Citizens Invited to National Conference to Revitalize Communities Across the U.S.
10/26/2006EPA Unveils Web-based Ecosystem Indicators for Puget Sound and Georgia Basin
10/26/2006EPA OpEd: Guarding Children's Health, Investing in the Future
10/26/2006$13.9 Million Clean Air Act Settlement with Multinational Soybean and Corn Processor Secures Major Pollution Reductions in Eight States - Settlement Expected to Eliminate More than 2,200 Tons of Harmful Emissions Annually
10/26/2006EPA Funds Make All Buses Cleaner in Katonah-Lewisboro School District
10/26/2006Growing Renewable Fuels to Keep America Going
10/25/2006Lowell, Mass. Celebrates World Water Monitoring Day
10/25/2006EPA orders CUC Saipan to prevent oil discharges at Power Plants 1 and 2
10/25/2006EPA and PennTex reach preliminary agreement to reduce hydrogen sulfide emissions
10/25/2006More Companies Making Environmental Pledges
10/25/2006EPA Welcomes Three New Jersey Companies to Program for Environmental Leaders
10/25/2006EPA Welcomes the Xerox Corporation and Covanta Energy to Program for Environmental Leaders
10/25/2006EPA Voluntary Programs Cut Emissions and Save Consumers Billions
10/25/2006Companies Come Clean About Environmental Violations
10/25/2006EPA Announces Renewable Fuels Program – SmartWay Grow and Go
10/24/2006EPA awards $70,000 to South Fork Band of the Te-Moak Tribe
10/24/2006 U.S. EPA awards $59,000 to North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians
10/24/2006U.S EPA awards $25,856 to Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria

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