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2008 News Releases


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12/30/2008EPA Orders Hagerman, ID, Property Owner to Repair Damage to the Snake River
12/30/2008Alaska Property Owner and Contractor agree to pay $30,600 for wetlands violations
12/30/2008EPA Orders Oregon Landowner and Contractor to restore wetlands
12/30/2008EPA Issues Administrative Complaint to Moo Town Dairy
12/29/2008Blog Question of the Week: How will you handle holiday waste?
12/29/2008Public Comment Period Extended for Omaha Lead Site
12/29/2008John Rapanos agrees to pay for Clean Water Act violations
12/23/2008EPA designates seven new fine particle pollution “nonattainment” areas in Pacific Northwest and Alaska
12/23/2008$477,000 Grant to Mason City, Iowa, for Water Infrastructure
12/23/2008Town of Bristol, NH Wastewater Treatment Facility
Recognized Nationally for Excellence, along with the NHDES
12/22/2008St. Louis Metro Area in Violation of Federal Air Quality Standards
12/22/2008Iowa's Scott and Muscatine Counties in Violation of Air Standards
12/22/2008 EPA determines that Nogales, Ariz., will need to do more to clean air / More protective fine particulate matter designations announced today
12/22/2008PM 2.5 designations announced today / 29 Calif. counties impacted by more protective fine particle standard
12/22/2008EPA finalizes air quality nonattainment designations for Utah counties
12/22/2008EPA finalizes air quality nonattainment designation for Libby, Mont.
12/22/2008EPA Makes Decision to Designate Areas Not Meeting Standards for Fine Particle Pollution
12/22/2008$7M in Grants to Fuel Innovation in Methane Reduction and Clean Energy
12/22/2008U.S. EPA: $1 million Texas Township hazardous drum cleanup nearly complete
12/22/2008EPA Releases Clarification on Spent Oil Shale
12/22/2008Blog Question of the Week: How do you heat your home?
12/19/2008Air quality information at the touch of a button /
Southern Nevada joins EnviroFlash
12/19/2008Settlement Kicks In Funding for Cleanup and Redevelopment of Triangle Park by the University of Portland
12/18/2008Kansas is Making Progress in Assessing and Restoring its Waters
12/18/2008Corrected news release: EPA asks for comments on Duke Energy disposal wells
12/18/2008Vessel Discharges Require Permit
12/18/2008Summary of enforcement actions to ensure safe drinking water in Montana, Utah and Wyoming
12/18/2008Three Towns in Southern Maine Seek “No Discharge” Designation to Stem Boat Pollution
12/18/2008Blue Mountain School District recognized as Energy Star Leader - - Saving Energy and Reducing Greenhouse Gases
12/18/2008EPA awards Arkansas nearly $1 million for water pollution program
12/18/2008Finalists for Grants to Improve the Gulf of Mexico Include The Nature Conservancy In Tennessee
12/18/2008Finalists for Grants to Improve the Gulf of Mexico Include Two Organizations In Kentucky
12/17/2008Deadline for National CARE Grant Applications is March 16
12/17/2008$3 Million to be awarded to Support Communities and Reduce Pollution
12/17/2008ExxonMobil Pays $6M Penalty Following Air Pollution Violations/ ExxonMobil failed to comply with court-ordered Clean Air Act agreement at refineries in Southern California, Texas, and Louisiana
12/17/2008ExxonMobil to Pay Penalty for Violating Agreement
12/17/2008Grants promote community health and environmental justice in Colorado
12/17/2008ExxonMobil to Pay Penalty for Violating Agreement
12/17/2008Breathing Easier: Cap and Trade Lowers Smog Levels in Eastern United States
12/17/2008North Texas loses tons
12/17/2008Comments Sought on Revised Cleanup Plan for Burlington’s Pine Street Canal Superfund Site
12/17/2008$3 million in Environmental Community Grants to Be Awarded
12/16/2008A Drop Reduced, A Drop Saved: PepsiCo, Pinellas County Utilities Named Water Efficiency Leaders
12/16/2008Alaska Property Owner Agrees to pay $15,300 for tidelands violation
12/16/2008EPA awarding $2.8 Million to help protect Western estuaries and Watersheds
12/16/2008Austin company recognized as a 2008 Water Efficiency Leader
12/16/2008Santa Fe organization recognized as a 2008 Water Efficiency Leader
12/16/2008EPA Files Complaint Against Oregon Pest Control Company after illegal use of pesticides leads to homeowner death
12/16/2008How Healthy Are America’s Coasts?
EPA’s Environmental Assessment Provides Wellness Check-Up
12/16/2008U.S. EPA applauds Orange County for wastewater purification / Water district ’s treated sewer water exceeds federal drinking water standards
12/16/2008Pinellas County Utilities in Florida and Atlanta Commissioner Named Water Efficiency Leaders
12/16/2008EPA and CCNY Team Up to Promote Careers in Environmental Science and Engineering
12/15/2008Blog Question of the Week: How many errands have you ever combined into one trip?
12/15/2008U.S. EPA, partners kick off green building design challenge / Contest to reward designs that save resources, costs
12/15/2008Nomination of EPA Alum Lisa Jackson Applauded by Administrator Johnson, Stresses Opportunity to Build on Environmental Successes
12/15/2008New Water Quality Standards are Necessary to Protect the Mississippi River for Recreation
12/15/2008New Technology Offers Faster Leak Detection at Industrial Facilities
12/15/2008EPA orders Estate of James Campbell and Sogo Hawaii, Inc. to cleanup the former Chem-Wood site / Action to address immediate hazards at property
Time Changed for Children’s Environmental Health Awareness Day Tomorrow at Deerwood Academy in Atlanta
12/15/2008Five Georgia Utilities—Including One in Vidalia—Recognized for Outstanding Water Quality Achievement
12/15/2008Five Georgia Utilities—Including One in Newnan—Recognized for Outstanding Water Quality Achievement
12/15/2008Five Georgia Utilities—Including One in Douglasville—Recognized for Outstanding Water Quality Achievement
12/15/2008Five Georgia Utilities—Including One in Buford—Recognized for Outstanding Water Quality Achievement
12/15/2008Five Georgia Utilities—Including One in Alpharetta—Recognized for Outstanding Water Quality Achievement
12/15/2008EPA orders restoration of damaged section of Left Hand Creek in Longmont
12/15/2008EPA and Federal General Services Administration Settle Underground Storage Tank Violations in New Jersey and New York
12/12/2008Iowa State University Selected to Receive $600,000 in Grants to Reduce Upstream Pollution Impacting Gulf of Mexico
12/12/2008Better Approach to Reporting Hazardous Substances from Farm Animal Waste
12/12/2008 Northern California Institute Chosen as Finalist for Grant to Improve the Gulf of Mexico
12/12/2008Comparable Fuels Exclusion Expanded
12/12/2008Amendments Proposed to Air Emissions Regulations for Petroleum Refineries
12/12/2008Finalists for Grants to Improve the Gulf of Mexico
12/12/2008Children’s Environmental Health Awareness Day in Deerwood Academy in Atlanta
12/12/2008Stepping it Up: Measures Taken to Help Accelerate the Phase Out of Ozone Depleting Chemicals
12/11/2008EPA and ADEQ honor Arizona’s environmental business leaders / ADEQ initiates state-wide Performance Track program
12/11/2008U.S. EPA orders former East Bay mine operator to take action to prevent contamination of waterway / Former Mt. Diablo Mercury Mine operator must stabilize pond containing mercury
12/11/2008EPA takes action against Bali Hai Villas Ltd. to protect coastal waters / $63,000 fine for stormwater violations is second in four years
12/11/2008From Muskogee to Manhattan: Energy Star Leaders Grow in Savings and Numbers
12/11/2008Projects that go native get kudos from EPA and Chicago Wilderness
12/11/2008Mass. Construction Company Fined for Clean Water Violations
12/11/2008Two Conn. School Districts Earn Kudos for Classroom Indoor Air Improvements
12/10/2008Port Salerno Industrial Park Redevelopment Innovation at Contaminated Property Grabs Attention of Environmental Regulators
12/10/2008EPA Finalizes Its Approach to Fugitive Emissions
12/10/2008Wanted: Environmental Fugitives/ Federal government launches first-ever environmental crimes fugitive web site
12/10/2008‘Wanted’ List Web Site Aims to Track Down Environmental Fugitives
12/09/2008Energy-Efficiency in Affordable Housing Under Spotlight in Lawrence, Mass.
12/09/2008Key and Lock Manufacturer Fined for Hazardous Waste Violations
12/09/2008Port Salerno Industrial Park Redevelopment Innovation of Contaminated Property to be Recognized by Environmental Regulators
12/09/2008N. American Enviro Ministers Advance Cooperation on Chemicals
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
12/09/2008Don’t leave home Without It - EPA Goes Mobile with the Launch of
12/09/2008Old sites could get new life through renewable energy projects
12/09/2008Success Travels: The SmartWay to Reduce Transportation Emissions goes Global
12/09/2008EPA settles with Advanced Resource for chemical inventory reporting violations
12/08/2008Blog Question of the Week: What do you do with unused over-the-counter or prescription drugs?
12/08/2008Georgia Institute of Technology Aims to Clear the Air By Improving Air Quality Modeling
12/05/2008Red Goes Green: St. John's University Strives to Reduce Carbon Footprint
12/05/2008Lead Excavation a Success at Smithfield, R.I. Site
12/05/2008EPA enforcement actions in Nevada to reduce nearly 8 million pounds of pollution / Agency announces environmental enforcement accomplishments for 2008
12/05/2008EPA enforcement actions in Arizona reduce nearly 18 million pounds of pollution / Agency announces environmental enforcement accomplishments for 2008

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