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91%11/10/2014EPA Extends Public Comment Period on Cleanup Plan in South Plainfield, New Jersey
90%10/30/2014Under Settlement, City of Derby, Conn. Will Pay $675,000 for Cleanup Costs at O’Sullivan’s Island Site
90%10/30/2014Another Successful Year of Hudson River Cleanup Draws to a Close; One More Year of Dredging Expected
85%10/03/2014EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan for Lower Ley Creek Portion of Onondaga Lake Superfund Site; $17 to $25 Million to be Spent to Address PCBs
85%10/01/2014EPA Announces Agreement with GE to Further Investigate Upper Hudson River Floodplain; Comprehensive Study to Cost About $20.5 Million
85%10/01/2014Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass. is Sat. Oct. 4
85%10/01/2014EPA Proposes Removal of PCBs in South Plainfield Water Body; Public Meeting to be Held Oct. 21 in South Plainfield, NJ
77%08/05/2014Cleanup Work Complete in Waukegan Harbor Area of Concern
0%07/15/2014EPA Proposes PCB Cleanup Plan for Lower Ley Creek Portion of Onondaga Lake Superfund Site Located in Town of Salina, New York; Public Meeting to Be Held on July 29 in the Town of Salina Town Hall
0%06/05/2014EPA Seeks Public Input on Proposed Cleanup Plan for the Housatonic River “Rest of River” Project
0%06/05/2014EPA Seeks Public Input on Proposed Cleanup Plan for the Housatonic River “Rest of River” Project
0%06/04/2014Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
0%05/14/2014EPA Requires Global Titanium Manufacturer to Investigate and Clean Up PCB Contamination in Nevada
0%05/14/2014EPA Requires Global Titanium Manufacturer to Investigate and Clean Up PCB Contamination in Nevada / Titanium Metals Corporation to pay record $13.75 million civil penalty for TSCA violations at single facility
0%05/09/2014Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
0%05/08/2014EPA Adds Unimatic Manufacturing Corporation site in Fairfield, NJ to the Federal Superfund List; PCBs Contaminated Site
0%05/05/2014Dredging of Toxics Resumes in Upper Hudson River for Fifth Season; PCB Cleanup Designed to Restore Hudson River; Created Hundreds of New Jobs
0%12/12/2013EPA Provides Updated Guidance to Schools on PCB-containing Lighting Fixtures
0%12/11/2013EPA Proposes to Add the Unimatic Manufacturing Corporation site in Fairfield, NJ to the Superfund List; Soil, Water and Building Contaminated with PCBs
0%11/25/2013EPA Finalizes Remediation Plan for Scovill Industrial Landfill Superfund Site in Waterbury, Conn.
0%11/05/2013EPA Completes Fourth Season of Hudson River Dredging; Project Now about 73% Complete with GE, Not Taxpayers, Paying the Full Cost of Cleanup; $2 Billion Dredging Project Continues to Create Local Jobs
0%11/05/2013EPA Finalizes Cleanup Plan to Address Contaminated Soil at the Woodbrook Road Dump Superfund Site in South Plainfield, New Jersey; Contaminated Soil and Debris to be Removed; Cleanup Expected to Cost $24 Million
0%10/29/2013EPA Fines Phoenix-based Company $95,000 for PCB violations
0%09/30/2013City of Tacoma settles with EPA for violating federal rules on PCBs in used oil
0%09/30/2013EPA Takes Public Comments on Proposal to Delete an Oneida County Site from the Superfund List after Cleanup
0%09/19/2013Asarco agrees to pay $146,600 for PCB violations at Hayden copper smelter
0%09/18/2013Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson settles with EPA for hazardous waste law violations
0%09/18/2013Registration Open for Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%08/22/2013EPA Proposes to Renew Clean Harbors PCB Permit; Public Comment Period Begins
0%08/16/2013EPA Encourages Public to Comment on Plan to Address Contaminated Soil at the Woodbrook Road Dump Superfund Site in South Plainfield, New Jersey; Contaminated Soil and Debris to Be Removed
0%08/08/2013Meriden Conn. Company Pays Fine for Hazardous Waste Violations
0%07/29/2013Pair of Settlement Agreements with Responsible Parties to Clear Way for $30M Cleanup of Carter Carburetor Site in St. Louis, Mo.
0%07/15/2013EPA Seeks Input for Potential Rule Revisions on Existing Uses of PCBs
0%07/02/2013Groundbreaking for $3.15 Million PCB Cleanup at the Former Lawrence Metals Site in Chelsea, Mass.
0%06/05/2013EPA Fines Phoenix Lamp Recycler More Than $70,000 for PCB Violations
0%04/29/2013Fourth Season of Dredging Begins in Upper Hudson; Project Expected to Reach Halfway Point during Fourth Season
0%04/19/2013EPA: Compliance with environmental laws helps protect air, land and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
0%04/05/2013EPA Finalizes Plan to Address PCB Contamination in the Grasse River in Massena, NY
0%04/03/2013Portland Oil Re-Refining Company ordered to safely dispose PCB-contaminated oil or pay penalty
0%02/28/2013EPA proposes plan to clean up Lower Duwamish Waterway from decades of industrial pollution
0%11/19/2012EPA Approves Work to Begin Construction of South Terminal in New Bedford, Mass.
0%11/13/2012Third and Most Successful Season of Hudson River Dredging Ends Today; More Than 1.3 Million Cubic Yards of PCB-Contaminated Sediment Removed Since 2009 Dredging Start
0%10/11/2012EPA Changes Cleanup Plan for Polluted Ground Water at Superfund Site in South Plainfield, New Jersey Responds to Input from Public
0%10/10/2012AVX Corp. to Pay $366 Million in Settlement, Accelerating Cleanup of New Bedford Harbor Contamination in Massachusetts
0%10/01/2012EPA Releases Plan to Address PCB Contamination in the Grasse River in Massena, New York; Public Urged to Submit Comments No Later Than November 15
0%09/13/2012Registration Open for Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%09/12/2012EPA Settlement with UMASS Amherst Resolves PCB Violations and Requires Cleanup of PCB Contamination at a Building on Campus
0%09/07/2012U.S. EPA Fines Kettleman City Landfill for Improper Analysis of PCBs Waste
0%09/06/2012EPA, Illinois and Local Officials Announce Major Dredging Project at Waukegan Harbor
0%08/20/2012EPA Extends Public Comment Period on Plan for the Cornell-Dubilier Electronics Superfund site in South Plainfield, New Jersey
0%08/13/2012EPA to Hold Public Meeting on Plan for Final Phase of Cleanup At Diaz Chemical Superfund Site
0%08/10/2012EPA Proposes to Renew US Ecology’s PCB Landfill Permit; Public Comment Period Begins
0%07/20/2012EPA to Hold Public Meeting on Plan for the Cornell-Dubilier Electronics Superfund site in South Plainfield, New Jersey; Protecting Drinking Water EPA Priority
0%06/11/2012EPA, Massachusetts and Connecticut Host Public Meetings on Housatonic River Status
0%06/06/2012EPA Resumes Ninth Season of Dredging in New Bedford Harbor
0%05/29/2012EPA to Dispose of PCB Waste from Leaking Guam Power Authority Transformers
0%05/22/2012EPA Regional Administrator Judith A. Enck and Congressional Representative Paul Tonko Announce Progress on Cleaning Up the Hudson River and Shoreline; 500 Jobs Created By Hudson River Cleanup Project; Also Tour Superfund Site in Colonie and Guilderland
0%05/15/2012EPA, Massachusetts and Connecticut Host Public Meetings on Housatonic River Status
0%05/04/2012EPA Approves Additional Field Work at Fletcher’s Paint Superfund Site in Milford, N.H.
0%05/03/2012EPA announces summary of enforcement actions for Winter 2012
0%04/27/2012EPA Honors New York State Environmental Leaders
0%04/23/2012Agana Springs PCB cleanup in Guam completed
0%04/18/2012EPA Orders AVX Corp. to Clean Up New Bedford Harbor
0%04/11/2012Revised Settlement with Massachusetts Hazardous Waste Facility Will Benefit Braintree and Boston Citizens
0%03/30/2012EPA to Conduct First Five-Year Review of Hudson River PCB Cleanup
0%03/27/2012EPA and LA Water Board Set Strict New Pollution Reduction Plans for 175 Waterways in Los Angeles Area
0%03/22/2012U.S. EPA: Further Evaluation Needed to Determine Safety of PCB Disposal at Clinton Landfill
0%02/28/2012Oregon lumber mill cited for toxic chemical leaks and violations
0%02/17/2012Cleanup Brings Milwaukee Area of Concern Closer to Restoration, Delivers Results Under Great Lakes Initiative
0%12/05/2011U.S. EPA: City of East Palo Alto Cleans up Cooley Landing Toxic Dump to Create Bayfront Nature Park
0%11/07/2011EPA to Hold Public Informational Meetings on Woonasquatucket River Cleanup Plan 
0%11/02/2011EPA Concludes Season’s Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment
0%10/31/2011EPA Settles Case Alleging PCB Violations at Office Building in Philadelphia
0%10/12/2011Connecticut Electric Distribution Company Pays Fine for PCB Violations
0%09/02/2011Registration Open for Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%08/24/2011$1 Million EPA Enforcement Action Against Kettleman City Hazardous Waste Landfill
0%08/23/2011More than 80 Tribal Schools in Arizona, Navajo Nation to improve environmental management
0%08/22/2011EPA Announces Settlement with the Department of the Interior to Resolve Violations at DOI Schools in Indian Country/Comprehensive settlement to improve environmental conditions at 164 DOI schools in Indian Country, benefitting more than 40,000 students
0%08/15/2011Braintree, Mass. Waste Facility Agrees to Spend Over $1.7 Million to Settle Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations
0%08/08/2011Chilkoot Lumber Company and owner fined $9,500 for leaking PCB transformers in Haines, Alaska
0%07/22/2011Public Meeting on Temporary Cleanup Plan for Ten-Mile Drain Superfund Site
0%06/30/2011EPA Extends Public Comment Period on Clinton Landfill to Aug. 14
0%06/28/2011EPA Accelerates Work at Aerovox, Resumes Eighth Season of Harbor Dredging In New Bedford
0%06/10/2011EPA Marks the Startup of the Final Phase of Hudson River PCB Dredging; 500 Jobs Created By This Cleanup Project
0%06/06/2011Second Phase of Historic Hudson River Cleanup Underway
0%04/08/2011EPA Postpones April 13 Public Meeting on Clinton Landfill
0%03/30/2011EPA Seeks Public Comment on Sediment Cleanup Options for Boeing Plant 2, One of Duwamish River Corridor’s Most Contaminated Sites
0%03/15/2011EPA to Accelerate New Bedford Harbor Cleanup with Use of a Confined Aquatic Disposal Cell
0%03/14/2011EPA public comment period begins on proposed approval for Clinton Landfill; public meeting on April 13
0%03/08/2011EPA Adds Dewey Loeffel Landfill in Rensselaer County to Superfund List; Public Meeting Scheduled for March 24 in Nassau
0%02/24/2011EPA UPDATE MEETING ON SHEBOYGAN CLEANUP SITES MARCH 2, 7 P.M.
0%12/29/2010EPA Issues National Guidance to Address Proper Maintenance, Removal, and Disposal of PCB-Containing Fluorescent Lights
0%12/23/2010STATEMENT of Judith Enck, Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on GE Hudson River Decision
0%12/17/2010EPA Announces Requirements for Next Phase of Hudson River PCB Cleanup
0%11/30/2010U.S. EPA Fines Kettleman City Landfill / Chemical Waste Management Fails to Meet EPA Requirements for PCB Storage and Disposal
0%11/04/2010EPA Reaches Multi-state Agreement with Major Used Oil Recycler for Improper Handling of PCBs
0%10/21/2010Connecticut Holding Company Pays Fine for PCB Violations
0%10/05/2010US Ecology to pay nearly $500,000 for hazardous waste violations
0%09/29/2010New stormwater treatment at Boeing Field will reduce toxic PCBs and help protect the Duwamish River and Puget Sound
0%09/27/2010EPA Places a Section of the Black River in Jefferson County, N.Y. on the Superfund List
0%09/21/2010Registration Open for Oct. 2 Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%09/13/2010City of Ketchikan fined nearly $3,000 for improper disposal of PCBs
0%08/26/2010EPA Orders Removal of PCB-Contaminated Materials from Massena, N.Y. Site and Decontamination of Buildings Before Demolition
0%06/09/2010Superfund Dredging Resumes for Seventh Season in New Bedford Harbor
0%06/07/2010Terminal 117 cleanup proposed in South Park
0%05/20/2010Great Lakes Legacy Act Ottawa River Cleanup Has Begun
0%05/17/2010PCB Sampling at Bannister Federal Complex Buildings 50 and 52 Reveals No Indoor Air Health Concerns
0%04/27/2010Settlement Clears Path for Demolition and Cleanup of the Aerovox Mill, in New Bedford, Mass.
0%04/26/2010EPA Expands Offer to Pay Water Costs for Towns
0%03/11/2010EPA begins new phase of St. Clair Shores drain cleanup
0%03/08/2010EPA Submits Final Report on First Phase of Hudson River Dredging For Independent Scientific Review; 45-day Public Comment Period Begins Today
0%03/05/2010EPA adds St. Louis, Mich., site to superfund national priorities list; Proposes St. Clair Shores site
0%03/05/2010EPA adds two Illinois sites to superfund national priorities list
0%03/03/2010EPA adds St. Louis, Mich., site to superfund national priorities list; proposes St. Clair Shores site
0%03/03/2010EPA adds two Illinois sites to superfund national priorities list
0%03/02/2010EPA Proposes Sections of the Black River to the Superfund List
0%03/02/2010EPA Proposes to Add Dewey Loeffel Landfill to Federal Superfund List; Major PCB Problem Continues to Affect Rensselaer County Communities
0%02/26/2010Blue Tee Corp. Provides Nearly $1.4 Million for Anderson-Calhoun Mine and Mill Cleanup
0%02/23/2010Statement of Lisa P. Jackson Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency / Legislative Hearing on EPA’s 2011 Budget Proposal / Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works
0%02/19/2010Recovery Act funding jumpstarts OMC cleanup; accelerates Waukegan's redevelopment plans
0%02/19/2010Recovery Act funding jumpstarts OMC cleanup; accelerates Waukegan's redevelopment plans
0%02/04/2010Connecticut Education Institution Pays Fine for PCB Violations
0%01/19/2010EPA Announces Agreement with the City of New York On PCBs in School Caulk
0%12/11/2009Newly-Appointed EPA Regional Administrator Checks Progress at Recovery Act-Funded New Jersey Hazardous Waste Site
0%12/08/2009U.S. EPA Issues Nevada Toxic Release Data, Arsenic and Lead Among Most Common
0%11/10/2009EPA settles with Wisconsin mercury handler on hazardous waste violations
0%11/02/2009EPA adds U.S. Magnesium to Superfund site list
0%10/05/2009U.S. EPA to spend more than $50 Million to address DDT, PCBs off Southern California Coast
0%10/02/2009EPA Finds PCB-Containing Equipment for Sale Without Proper Identification on eBay
0%10/01/2009Connecticut Environmental Consulting Firm Pays Fine for PCB Violations
0%09/30/2009Agreement to Enable Environmental Cleanup, Redevelopment of Former Solutia-J.F. Queeny Chemical Facility in St. Louis
0%09/30/2009EPA reviews Univ. of Michigan dioxin study; finds limited application to Tittabawassee River and Saginaw River and Bay
0%09/25/2009EPA Announces Guidance to Communities on PCBs in Caulk of Buildings Constructed or Renovated Between 1950 and 1978

EPA to gather latest science on PCBs in caulk
0%09/23/2009EPA adds Cedarburg, Wis., site to Superfund list
0%09/23/2009Registration Open for 12th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%09/22/2009Connecticut Holding Company Faces Fines for PCB Violations
0%09/22/2009Waste company in Bridgeport, Conn. Pays $26,000 for Environmental Violations
0%09/15/2009Connecticut Health Care Facility Pays Fine for PCB Violations
0%08/04/2009Willamette YMCA and Papé Truck Leasing, Inc. fined $22,000 for Improper Storage of PCBs
0%06/26/2009Public Meeting for Callahan Mine Superfund Site in Brooksville, ME
0%06/16/2009MEDIA ADVISORY: EPA to sample Raisin River this week
0%06/11/2009U.S. EPA announces Palos Verdes Shelf proposed environmental protection plan
0%06/09/2009EPA: Georgia-Pacific to fund new cleanup work at Michigan's Kalamazoo River Superfund Site
0%05/26/2009U.S. EPA Honors Palos Verdes Shelf Fish Contamination Education Collaborative for Outstanding Achievements in Environmental Protection
0%05/15/2009“An Historic Day for an Historic River”; EPA Announces Start of Hudson River Dredging
0%05/04/2009Midas Muffler shop reaches $9,300 settlement with EPA for PCBs in used oil
0%04/23/2009Friction Holdings to pay $337,500 for multiple environmental violations
0%04/15/2009Recovery Act funding to accelerate cleanup, boost economy, create jobs and protect human health at Waukegan hazardous waste site
0%04/15/2009$25-35 million in Recovery Act funds added to cleanup at New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site
0%04/15/2009Recovery Act Funding to Accelerate Cleanup, Boost Economy, Create Jobs and Protect Human Health at New Jersey Hazardous Waste Site--Emmell's Septic Landfill
0%04/10/2009EPA makes final decision on Ralston Street Lagoon cleanup
0%04/08/2009EPA proposes Cedarburg, Wis., site for Superfund National Priorities List
0%04/02/2009U.S. Navy agrees to clean up Wahiawa and Lualualei Superfund sites / Soil contaminated with PCBs, volatile organic compounds, metals
0%04/02/2009Conference to Raise Awareness of PCB Disclosure and Disposal
0%03/19/2009EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases in Michigan
0%03/19/2009EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases in Indiana
0%03/19/2009EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases in Illinois
0%03/19/2009EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases in Wisconsin
0%03/19/2009EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases in Ohio
0%03/19/2009EPA issues latest information on toxic chemical releases in Minnesota
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases in Montana
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases in North Dakota
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases in Colorado
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases in Wyoming
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases in Utah
0%03/19/2009EPA Issues Latest Information on Toxic Chemical Releases in South Dakota
0%02/05/2009U.S. EPA Provides Community Update in Kettleman Hills/
Chemical Waste Management required to conduct additional sampling for PCB permit
0%02/03/2009EPA completes $2 million North Chicago, Ill., Cleanup
0%01/29/2009Global Shipping LLC and Global Marketing System, Inc. to pay penalties for PCB export violations involving Oceanic
0%01/26/2009EPA and General Electric Update Hudson Dredging Agreement
0%01/23/2009U.S. EPA to host informational public meeting (Kettleman City)
0%01/15/2009Report: Columbia River Basin faces continued threat from mercury, pesticides, other toxics
0%01/12/2009EPA and OP-TECH Agree on Enhanced Environmental Testing for PCB Waste
0%12/05/2008By the Numbers: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Releases 2008 Environmental Enforcement Report/ Violators to invest nearly $2 billion for pollution control and cleanup
0%11/20/2008Proposed Settlement Would Recover $2.7+ Million in Cleanup Costs from Berkshire Gas
0%11/14/2008Warwick, R.I Mall Fined for PCB Violations in Elevator Shafts
0%11/07/2008EPA SETTLES WITH MEMPHIS LIGHT, GAS and WATER DIVISION FOR ALLEGED PCB VIOLATIONS
0%10/29/2008EPA Finalizes Plan to Address Contamination At Mercury Refining Superfund Site
0%10/24/2008EPA Settles PCB Violations at Easton, Pa. Facility
0%10/09/2008PCB Cleanup to Begin at O’Sullivan’s Island Site, Derby CT
0%10/08/2008EPA Settles PCB Violations at Baltimore Steel Plant
0%10/08/2008EPA Begins Construction of Water Line for Upper Hudson Communities; Local Company Selected to Help Build Pipeline for Hudson Dredging Project
0%10/01/2008EPA Record of Decision Signed for Downstream Areas Affected by the Ward Transformer Facility in Raleigh, N.C.
0%09/29/2008EPA settles with Waste Treatment Facility in Richland, Washington for over $304,000 for hazardous waste handling violations
0%09/09/2008EPA Requires Substantial Changes to GE’s Clean Up Analysis for Housatonic River +++ Inadequate Consideration of Impacts on River Ecosystem
0%09/05/2008Clean Up Work Begins in Sanford, Maine to Remove Contamination
0%09/05/2008EPA Orders Access To Construct Alternate Water Line For Hudson Dredging Project
0%09/03/2008Boston Receives $503,500 EPA Brownfields Grant
0%09/03/2008EPA proposes adding U.S. Magnesium to Superfund site list
0%09/03/2008Registration Now Open for the 11th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%08/21/2008U.S. EPA fines Exxon Mobil $2.64 million for PCB release
0%08/08/2008EPA Enters Fifth Season of PCB Dredging in New Bedford Harbor
0%08/07/2008EPA Addresses Community Eyesore in Newark
0%08/07/2008Shoreline Cleanup a Success at Aerovox Mill, New Bedford Mass.
0%07/31/2008EPA’S Ocean Survey Vessel “Bold” Studies Puget Sound
0%07/23/2008Massachusetts Company Agrees to Pay $28,110 for PCB Violations
0%07/23/2008Electrical Transformers to be Removed from Montville, Conn. Superfund Site
0%06/17/2008U.S. EPA directs cleanup of toxic PCB’s at Greka site
0%06/16/2008Clean Up Work Scheduled for this Summer at Montville, Conn. Superfund Site
0%06/12/2008EPA: Design changes at Little Lake Butte des Morts PCB cleanup approved
0%04/25/2008EPA Applauds Environmental Champions in New York
0%04/03/2008EPA Extends Public Input Period to Review GE Clean Up Plan of Housatonic River
0%04/03/2008EPA picks cleanup plan for Cedarburg, Wis., Superfund site
0%03/28/2008Redevelopment Plan Approved for the Norwood, Mass. Superfund Site
0%03/18/2008U.S. EPA files complaint against ship brokers for violations of Toxic Substances Control Act
0%03/17/20082008 Kalamazoo River cleanup work begins; Plainwell meeting April 2
0%01/29/2008New Haven, Conn. Waste Oil Recycling Facility Fined for PCB Violations
0%12/21/2007Battelle Energy Alliance and Wheeler Electric to Pay $61,000 for Mishandling PCBs at Idaho National Laboratory
0%11/21/2007EPA proposes design changes at Little Lake Butte des Morts PCB cleanup; public meeting Dec. 13
0%11/15/2007EPA 2007 enforcement results in record pollution reduction in Wisconsin
0%11/15/2007EPA Enforcement Actions in New York Lead to Environmental Improvements
0%11/14/2007EPA Order: Begin Cleanup on Remaining Stretch of Fox River
0%11/01/2007Virginia Companies Commit to Reduce Waste and Chemical Use
0%11/01/2007Fluor-Hanford and Twin City Metals agree to pay nearly $85,000 to resolve federal PCB violations
0%10/29/2007Informational open houses on Kalamazoo River cleanup Nov. 7, 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
0%10/25/2007EPA Concludes Season’s Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment
0%10/23/2007EPA orders cleanup of new PCB contamination found at Fields Brook Superfund Site
0%10/17/2007EPA resolves PCB case at Former Frankford Arsenal
0%10/17/2007Rhode Island Company Fined for PCB and Clean Air Act Violations
0%10/15/2007Willands Auto Tech Fined $7,000 for PCB violations
0%10/03/2007EPA proposes cleanup plan for Cedarburg, Wis., Superfund site; comment period begins, meeting Oct. 10
0%09/28/2007EPA says follow-up sampling shows no PCB risk at Chicago-Area Elementary School
0%09/19/2007Standard Chlorine Chemical Company Site Added to the List
0%09/14/2007EPA to hold public meeting Monday; follow-up PCB testing scheduled for Carpenter school and administration building in Park Ridge
0%09/10/2007Registration Begins for 10th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%08/29/2007EPA update on Nicor inspections of gas meters for PCBs
0%08/28/2007EPA asks for expansion of Ameren PCB investigations in Alton and East St. Louis, Ill.
0%08/27/2007EPA to Remove Hazardous Waste from a Former Oil Storage Facility in Woburn, Mass.
0%08/22/2007Waukegan rejects harbor cleanup agreement with EPA
0%08/10/2007EPA okays MMSD cleanup and sampling plan for PCB-contaminated parks and schools
0%08/06/2007Levels of DDT and PCB in fish higher near Palos Verde Shelf, Los Angeles/Long Beach
Lower in Orange County, Northern Santa Monica Bay and Ventura
0%08/06/2007EPA Resumes Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment
0%08/02/2007Kalamazoo River cleanup update: 2008 Disposal Plans; Open House Aug. 22
0%07/26/2007EPA reports expansion of Nicor gas PCB investigation
0%07/16/2007EPA investigating Nicor contamination in Park Ridge
0%07/13/2007EPA Reports on Coffeyville Oil Spill Air and Water Samples
0%07/13/2007EPA Orders Air Force to Clean Up McGuire Air Force Base
0%07/12/2007U.S. EPA issues notice of noncompliance to Chemical Waste Management in Kettleman, Calif.
0%07/03/2007EPA’s Ocean-Going Research Vessel Visits Newport, RI
0%06/28/2007Fox River cleanup plan amended to include additional capping
0%06/14/2007Informational open houses on Kalamazoo River cleanup June 27, 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
0%06/06/2007Reopening of Pittsfield’s Fred Garner Park Marks Progress in Cleanup Effort
0%06/05/2007Kalamazoo River update: Plainwell dredging begins this week
0%05/14/2007EPA fines two Alaska facilities, Port of Shelton, WA and the City of Klamath Falls, OR for PCB violations
0%05/01/2007Three Colorado businesses win EPA research contracts
0%04/25/2007Kalamazoo River update: new plan for 2007 dredge disposal announced
0%04/13/2007Kalamazoo River cleanup delayed; additional community input planned
0%04/12/2007EPA to Hold Availability Session About the Removal Action Plan for Cleanup at the Ward Transformer Superfund Site in Raleigh, North Carolina
0%03/09/2007Pawcatuck, Conn. Facility Faces EPA Fine for PCB Contamination
0%02/28/2007Major Milestone Reached at Cornell-Dubilier Site in South Plainfield, NJ
0%02/28/2007Agreements boost Kalamazoo River cleanup; $21 million Plainwell project begins
0%02/15/2007Public comment, workshops on U.S. EPA draft permit renewal, environmental justice assessment for Kettleman Hills landfill
0%02/08/2007Ground-Breaking for Construction of Hudson River Cleanup Facility Set for the Spring; Dredging Schedule Extended
0%02/05/2007EPA's FY 2008 Budget Focuses on Next Phase of Environmental Progress
0%01/25/2007Recent EPA Enforcement in New England Underscores Need for Careful Waste Handling
0%01/16/2007U.S. EPA orders ARCO to investigate contamination at Anaconda Mine
0%12/04/2006Note to correspondents: media availability to precede Fox River cleanup meeting, Dec. 5, 5:30 p.m.
0%11/28/2006Marathon Oil Company settles PCB Violations for $38,000
0%11/14/2006Excavation Completed at Residential Properties in Baldwinville, MA
0%11/13/2006EPA, WDNR propose change to Fox River cleanup plan; comment period begins; meeting Dec. 5
0%11/08/2006Cleanup Begins at Erb Junkyard Site in Perry, Maine
0%11/07/2006Season’s Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment Completed
0%10/30/2006Continental Steel site update: Wildcat Creek dredging to begin, redevelopment highlighted
0%10/10/2006EPA Finalizes Plans to Clean Up Five Superfund Sites in New York
0%09/29/2006Lower Duwamish Waterway Site Cleanup Agreement Signed
0%09/26/2006Arctic Surplus Superfund site Cleanup Completed
0%09/20/2006EPA completes 10-mile drain PCB containment liner; monitoring to continue
0%09/19/2006EPA Settles Case with West Hartford, Conn. Property Owner for Violations of Toxic Substances Laws
0%09/07/2006Citizens Meeting in Pittsfield, Mass. Will Focus on Upcoming Clean Up Work at GE Housatonic River Site
0%08/31/2006Registration Begins for 9th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
0%08/24/2006EPA Releases Addendum to Removal Action Plan for Cleanup at Ward Transformer Superfund Site in Raleigh, N.C.
0%08/03/2006EPA and the Port of Tacoma reach settlement over PCB violations.
0%07/27/2006EPA terminates review of Georgia-Pacific PCB landfill proposal
0%07/14/2006EPA Reviews PCB landfill permit; comment period begins, meeting Aug. 23
0%07/13/2006Ford Road Landfill cleanup plan proposed; meeting July 26
0%06/26/2006New EPA Proposed Wastewater Discharge Permits to Aquaculture Facilities and Fish Processors in Idaho to Feature “Pollutant Trading” Option
0%06/22/2006EPA Proposes to Modify the Cleanup Plan for Solvent Savers Site
0%06/21/2006Dredging begins at Sheboygan River site
0%06/16/2006N.H. Environmental Consultant Fined for Toxic Waste Mishandling
0%06/06/2006Colorado small businesses receive EPA research contracts
0%06/05/2006EPA Administrator Johnson and Governor Taft celebrate start of Ashtabula River cleanup; $50 million project is Ohio's first under Legacy Act
0%05/24/2006Restoration of Contaminated Areas in Acushnet, Mass. Underway - Work is part of New Bedford Harbor Cleanup
0%05/16/2006U.S. Seeks Court Approval on Dredging Agreement with GE
0%05/12/2006EPA awards over $10.3 million in grants to Pacific Southwest groups, governments, tribe to clean up, redevelop abandoned properties
0%05/09/2006U.S. EPA settles case for $1,375 against Hawaiian Electric Company for improper disposal of PCB-contaminated material
0%04/27/2006EPA conducts emergency clean up at Yerington, Nev. mine
0%04/18/2006Scrap Metal Recycling Operation in Thorofare Proposed for Superfund Cleanup
0%04/12/2006Companies to Spend $30 Million on PCB Cleanup at the Lower Fox River and Green Bay Superfund Site
0%04/12/2006EPA Report Shows Decrease in Toxic Chemicals Released
0%04/11/2006PCB levels decline at U.P.'s Manistique Harbor
0%04/06/2006EPA invites comment on landfill for PCB waste
0%04/03/2006Settlement with AK Steel will require cleanup and investigation of contamination of Middletown plant
0%03/29/2006Two Alaska facilities and one Washington school district fined for PCB violations
0%03/21/2006Yankee Nuclear Plant in Rowe to Pay Over $48,000 for PCB Violations
0%03/20/2006Higher PCB concentrations found at Duwamish Superfund Site's Terminal 117 in Seattle, Washington
0%03/16/2006PCB Violations Result in Major Penalty at Wheeling W. Va. Facility
0%03/16/2006Court Settlement Signals Go Ahead For Cleanup Of Metal Bank Superfund Site
0%02/15/2006EPA Issues Approval to Dispose of PCBs Onboard Oriskany
0%02/09/2006EPA Teams Up with Puerto Rico Businesses to Reduce Lead Waste
0%02/08/2006Excavation Work to Resume in Pittsfield, Mass. at Newell Street Area II
0%12/19/2005EPA Announces Intent to Issue Navy Approval to Dispose of PCBs
0%12/09/2005EPA, state and local partners will fund $50 million cleanup of Ashtabula River; nation's largest Legacy Act cleanup
0%12/07/2005EPA Soil Sampling at Allendale School Shows that Ongoing Protections are Working
0%12/01/2005EPA Begins Excavation of Two Small Areas Contaminated with PCBs in Acushnet North of the Slocum/Wood Street Bridge
0%12/01/2005EPA Concludes Season’s Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment
0%10/31/2005DISMANTLEMENT COMPLETED ON CONTAMINATED BUILDING IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
0%10/27/2005Removal Of Waste Piles From Glen Cove Site Completed (Li Tungsten)
0%10/18/2005Citizens Coordinating Council Meeting for GE/Pittsfield Project
0%10/17/2005EPA and the Port of Seattle Reach Soil Sampling Settlement at South Park’s Terminal 117 Superfund Cleanup Site
0%10/11/2005EPA Approves Cleanup Plan for Solvents Recovery Services of New England in Southington
0%10/06/2005DOJ, EPA Reach Agreement With General Electric to Conduct Hudson River Dredging; Company Will Pay Significant Portion of Past and Future Government Costs
0%09/29/2005Officials in New Bedford Officially Launch First Use of Rail to Transport PCB Sedimen
0%09/22/2005EPA announces sampling results of land crabs in Tanapag, Northern Mariana Islands
0%09/20/2005EPA Reaches Settlement Agreement for cleanup at the Ward Transformer superfund Site in Raleigh, North Carolina
0%09/15/2005New Investigations at GE Pittsfield / Housatonic River Site will Look for Additional Buried Drums
0%09/15/2005National Listing of Fish Advisories Released for 2004
0%09/14/2005Informational Meeting on Apco Mossberg Removal Action to Be Held on September 19th
0%09/09/2005EPA Resumes Dredging of Contaminated Sediment From New Bedford Harbor
0%09/09/2005EPA Announces 8th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth
0%08/31/2005City of New Bedford's Plan to Address Contamination at McCoy Field Approved
0%08/25/2005Excavation of Contaminated Soils Completed at 48 Properties Near Temple Stuart Site in Baldwinville
0%08/25/2005Public Meeting Scheduled in Pittsfield for Sept. 7
0%07/13/2005Comment Period Extended for Public Review of McCoy Field Documents - Comments accepted through July 29
0%07/08/2005Underwater Capping Pilot Study in New Bedford Harbor Underway
0%06/29/2005McCoy Field Documents Posted to EPA Web site
0%06/29/2005EPA settles with Gunite; includes $69,510 penalty and environmental project
0%06/23/2005EPA Announces Change in Dredging Schedule for Hudson River PCBs Site - Selects Energy Park for Site of Dewatering Facility
0%06/14/2005Fish Tissue Results from Silver Lake in Pittsfield
0%06/14/2005New Bedford PCB Clean-Up Plan Reviewed; Public Meeting Scheduled
0%06/01/2005EPA Settles with King County, Files Complaint Against Operator for PCB Violations at former Bellevue Daycare Center
0%05/18/2005Public Meeting on New Bedford Underwater Capping Pilot Study
Thursday, May 19th at 7 p.m
0%05/17/2005Five Individuals & Eleven Groups From Massachusetts Receive Environmental Awards
0%05/11/2005EPA releases 2003 nationwide Toxics Release Inventory data
California increases due to more toxic waste cleanup projects
0%05/10/2005EPA settles with Lockheed Martin on PCB violations
0%05/05/2005U.S. EPA reaches a $47,500 settlement with Chemical Waste Management for monitoring violations
0%05/02/2005After Massive Plainfield, CT Fire, EPA Commits $500,000 in Additional Emergency Funding For Clean-up
0%04/29/2005EPA Staff Involved in Ongoing Response in Plainfield, CT.
0%04/15/2005Baldwinville Meeting Will Discuss Clean-up
0%04/14/2005EPA to Clean Up Battenville, New York Site
0%04/12/2005EPA Plans Active Construction Season at Two Sites in Baldwinville, MA
0%03/22/2005$2.6 million settlement with OMC bankruptcy estate; separate agreement with Waukegan helps revitalization
0%03/01/2005Media Briefing on Mahoningside Power Plant Cleanup: March 2, 2 p.m., Warren City Hall
0%02/08/2005EPA OPENS INFORMATION CENTER FOR DISMANTLEMENT OF CONTAMINATED BUILDING IN KANSAS CITY, MO
0%01/18/2005Cleanup Work to Begin at Contaminated Site in Attleboro
0%12/23/2004The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has Released for Public Comment and Peer Review the Recently-Completed Calibration Report for a Major Section of the Housatonic River in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
0%11/30/2004Chamberlain Manufacturing Corp. Settles PCB Violations at Scranton Army Ammunition Plant
0%11/30/2004EPA to Begin Clean-up at Facemate Corp. in Chicopee, Mass.
0%11/23/2004Newell to clean up lead contamination at former pottery plant
0%11/23/2004Rhode Island Building Co. Agrees to Pay $46,000 for PCB Violations in Conn.
0%10/28/2004EPA to Clean Up Cornell-Dubilier Electronics Site
0%10/19/2004U.S. EPA puts eleven California companies, one Nevada company, on notice for violating toxics law
0%10/18/2004Five-Year Review for Sangamo Weston/12-Mile Creek/Lake Hartwell PCB Superfind Site Completed
0%10/18/2004Clean Up Work Begins at Abandoned Property in Turner Falls, Mass.
0%10/07/2004EPA Proposes $55,000 Penalty Against Rhode Island Company for PCB Violations in CT
0%09/29/2004EPA Will Hold Public Meeting and Begin Work In Lancashire Street Neighborhood
0%09/28/2004EPA Begins Full Scale Dredging of Contaminated Sediment from New Bedford Harbor
0%09/13/2004EPA Announces 7th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth
0%08/17/2004Cleanup Progress at Wells G&H Superfund Site in Woburn, MA Will Be Reviewed
0%08/05/2004Portfields Project Helps Economy and Environment of New Bedford Harbor
0%08/03/2004EPA to Hold Public Meeting and Begin Cleanup in Baldwinville Neighborhood
0%07/27/2004EPA issues warning to Arizona PCB waste transporters
0%07/22/2004EPA Issues Decision on General Electric's Dispute over Hudson River Areas Delineated and Targeted for Dredging
0%07/13/2004EPA Extends Comment Period to August 25, 2004 for Shpack Site and Reschedules Public Hearing to August 4, 2004
0%07/06/2004EPA Proposes Cleanup for Cornell-Dubilier Electronics
0%06/30/2004EPA Begins Construction of Pipeline Assembly and Desanding Building for New Bedford Harbor Cleanup
0%06/23/2004Pa. Historical and Museum Commission Settle PCB Violations - Railroad Museum to Complete EPA-Approved Cleanup
0%06/21/2004Olympia Nominee Trust to Continue the Cleanup of Contaminated Soil at Wells G & H Superfund Site
0%06/17/2004Five Communities in the Southeast Receive Environmental Justice Cooperative Agreements
0%06/10/2004EPA and Maine DEP to Complete Cleanup at Brewer Mill
0%06/01/2004EPA Reaches Agreement With New Bedford Over Initial PCB Removal at McCoy Field
0%05/04/2004U.S. EPA finds high levels of PCBs on WWII ship
0%04/27/2004EPA To Remove Hazardous Waste From Former Aerovox Facility in New Bedford
0%04/20/2004EPA Finalizes Dredging Performance Standards and Approves Preliminary Design for Hudson River Cleanup
0%04/20/2004EPA Finalizes Dredging Performance Standards and Approves Preliminary Design for Hudson River Cleanup
0%03/30/2004Oyster Bay Superfund Case Settled for Cleanup at the Liberty Industrial Finishing Site
0%03/11/2004EPA Completes Removal of Hazardous Waste at Stillwater Facility
0%03/02/2004Central Conn. State to Pay $31,250 and Do Environmental Project for Water and Waste Violations
0%02/09/2004EPA Announces Approval of Non-Time Critical Removal Action for Anniston PCB Site in Alabama
0%01/28/2004Eleven Companies Agree to Fund Hazardous Waste Removal at Bayonne Barrel and Drum Site in Newark
0%01/13/2004EPA Announces $48 Million Cleanup Decision for the Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in Plaistow N.H.
0%12/16/2003EPA establishes plan to clean up PCBs in Delaware River
0%12/11/2003EPA increases Arizona enforcement actions in 2003
0%11/12/2003EPA Removes Hazardous Waste from Stillwater, NY Facility
0%11/05/2003Metachem Cleanup Resets Priorities for Winter
0%10/28/2003Press Advisory
0%09/29/2003EPA Poised to Begin Long-Term Cleanup at Newburgh Superfund Site
0%09/09/2003EPA To Hold Sixth Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby September 20
0%08/26/2003Ground Broken for New Bedford Harbor PCB Cleanup Facility
0%08/21/2003EPA to Begin Dredging Portion of New Bedford Harbor Work Will Allow Construction of Cleanup Facility
0%08/15/2003EPA, Mass. and New Bedford Settle Bankruptcy Claim with Aerovox
0%08/14/2003EPA and General Electric Reach Agreement on Design of Hudson River Cleanup
0%08/11/2003Cleanup to begin at EPAC site
0%08/06/2003EPA National Hazardous Waste Meeting in Washington; D.C. Aug 12-15
0%06/16/2003EPA Proposes PCB Cleanup Plan for Properties Near Cornell-Dubilier Electronics Superfund Site
0%06/10/2003EPA Releases Human Health Risk Assessment for GE Pittsfield / Housatonic River Site
0%06/04/2003EPA Releases List of Preliminary Candidate Sites for Sediment Processing/Transfer Facilities
0%05/30/2003EPA To Review Cleanup Progress at Re-Solve, Inc. Superfund Site
0%05/30/2003GE Agrees to Pay $94,380 Penalty for Improperly Storing PCB Equipment in Pittsfield
0%05/28/2003EPA and General Electric Reach Draft Agreement on Next Steps in Hudson River Cleanup
0%05/14/2003EPA Proposes Performance Standards to Protect People's Health and the Environment During the Hudson River Cleanup
0%05/12/2003EPA Says Superfund Cleanup Complete at Skybel
0%05/01/2003Lewiston to Make $150,000 Loan From Brownfields Fund
0%04/30/2003EPA Proposes Three More New Jersey Sites for the Superfund National Priorities List
0%04/24/2003EPA to Hold Public Informational Meeting to Discuss Cleanup of the Bristol Franklin Street Site in Bristol, Connecticut
0%04/24/2003EPA Region 2 Administrator Jane M. Kenny Honors Environmental Achievements in New York
0%04/21/2003EPA To Honor 44 Western Environmental Heroes
0%04/21/2003EPA to Honor Four Pacific Islands Environmental Heros
0%03/28/2003EPA and DOJ File Complaint Against New Bedford Boat Owner
0%03/20/2003EPA Orders Cleanup Studies at Waterbury Superfund Site
0%03/10/2003EPA Approves Two Phoenix PCB Waste Storage Facilities
0%03/10/2003EPA Sets the Rule for PCBs in Dredged Material; Bioaccumulation of 113 Parts per Billion is Now the Maximum Permitted
0%03/03/2003EPA Signs Agreement with GM for Site Cleanup
0%02/07/2003EPA Grants One Year Exemptions for DOD to Safely Dispose of PCB Wastes
0%01/24/2003Court Finds Defendants Liable for Cleanup of Metal Bank Superfund Site in Philadelphia
0%01/21/2003Connecticut Company Settles PCB Complaint; Agrees to $45,000 Fine and $269,000 in Environmental Projects
0%12/18/2002EPA Fines Company that Played Role in Improper PCB Disposal at Model City Landfill
0%11/20/2002Fitchburg Gas and Electric Agrees to $6,765 Fine for PCB Violations
0%11/18/2002EPA Announces Settlement with 415 Parties at Plaistow, N.H. Superfund Site
0%11/08/2002EPA Announces Environmental Justice Grants for New England Organizations;Two Grants for Maine Will Focus on Lead Poisoning and Penobscot River
0%11/06/2002EPA Announces Additional $6.5 Million for New Bedford Harbor Cleanup
0%10/29/2002EPA Begins Archeological Survey at
New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site
0%10/23/2002UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES SETTLEMENT FOR COMPREHENSIVE STUDY
OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN ANNISTON, ALABAMA
0%10/22/2002EPA Seeks Comment on Fletcher's Paint Superfund Site Settlement
0%10/08/2002Public Comment Period on Proposed Rule for PCBs in Dredged Material Begins
0%10/01/2002Whitman Announces an Additional $61.2 Million for Superfund Cleanups in New Jersey; Fiscal Year Funding Totals $160 Million for the Garden State Chemical Insecticide, Burnt Fly Bog, Rocky Hill, and Montgomery Township Superfund Sites Get Latest Funds for New Cleanups
0%10/01/2002At the Direction of Whitman, EPA Signs Proposed Rule to Set Standards for Dredged Material
0%09/19/2002EPA Awards Grant to New Bedford Community Group
0%09/19/20021. NEW, EASIER WEB ACCESS TO CLEAN AIR MARKETS EMISSIONS DATA, 2. NEW EPA LIBRARY FACILITIES OPEN IN WASHINGTON, D.C., 3. EPA ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR MINORITY ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS, 4. AGENCY ADVISORY COMMITTEE WILL MEET TO DISCUSS SUPERFUND, 5. EPA PROPOSES GRANTING TWO PETITIONS FOR EXEMPTIONS TO IMPORT FOR DISPOSAL, 6. LOUISIANA CORP., FORMER MANAGER PLEAD GUILTY, 7. WEST VIRGINIA MAN SENTENCED IN HAZARDOUS WASTE, DRUG CASE
0%09/18/2002EPA Announces 5th Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby For Sept 28
0%09/17/2002EPA Regional Administrator Tours Housatonic River Cleanup in Pittsfield
0%09/09/2002University of Pittsburgh Settles Environmental Complaint
0%08/28/2002EPA Plans to Remove Washburn, Maine Site From Superfund List
0%08/21/2002EPA Eliminates Construction of 17-acre Confined Disposal Facility
0%07/23/2002EPA and General Electric Reach Agreement on Plan to Sample Hudson River Sediment; Administrative Order on Consent Signed; Negotiations to Proceed on Remainder of Project Design
0%06/19/2002EPA Reaches Settlement with CWM for Violation of PCB Rules at Facility in Model City
0%06/06/2002EPA HONORS 35 WESTERN ENVIRONMENTAL HEROES
0%04/30/2002EPA RENEWS HAZARDOUS WASTE PERMIT FOR AIR FORCE ON JOHNSTON ATOLL
0%04/30/2002EPA Region 2 Administrator Jane M. Kenny Honors Environmental Achievements in New York
0%04/22/2002The United States' Intent to Lodge Settlement for Comprehensive Study of PCB Contamination in Anniston, Alabama
0%04/18/2002CORPS, EPA SET REQUIREMENTS FOR RESTART OF TANAPAG PCB TREATMENT
0%04/09/2002EPA TO CLEAN SHIP GRAVEYARD AREA
0%04/01/2002EPA, SUNY Reach Environmental Audit Agreement
0%03/29/2002PIPELINE OPERATOR COMPLETES REQUIRED PCB CLEANUP WORK
0%03/22/2002The United States' Intent to Lodge Settlement for Comprehensive Study of PCB Contamination in Anniston, Alabama
0%03/22/2002UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES INTENT TO LODGE SETTLEMENT FOR COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN ANNISTON, ALABAMA
0%03/07/2002SOLUTIA, INC. TO BEGIN SECOND REMOVAL IN ANNISTON, ALABAMA
0%03/07/2002EPA Holds Public Hearing on New Bedford Harbor Cleanup
0%02/25/2002Meeting on New Bedford Harbor Superfund Cleanup Set for March 6; Focus is on Changes to Existing Cleanup Proposal
0%02/01/2002EPA Signs Final Cleanup Plan for Hudson River; Makes Public Involvement a Top Priority; Agency to Hold Public Meetings in Saratoga Springs and Poughkeepsie
0%02/01/2002EPA SIGNS FINAL CLEANUP PLAN FOR HUDSON RIVER;
MAKES PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT A TOP PRIORITY
0%02/01/2002UNITED STATES SETTLES CASE WITH NATURAL GAS PIPELINE COMPANY
0%01/31/2002EPA Achieves Significant Compliance and Enforcement Progress in 2001
0%01/30/2002EPA PROPOSES HAZARDOUS WASTE PERMIT RENEWAL FOR AIR FORCE ON JOHNSTON ATOLL
0%01/18/2002PHOENIX RECYCLING FACILITY REQUIRED TO CLEAN UP PCBS
0%01/04/2002EPA Cites University of Pittsburgh for PCB Violations
0%12/04/2001EPA RELEASES HUDSON RIVER RECORD OF DECISION
0%11/29/2001School Taking Advantage of Innovative EPA Self-Audit Policy; Rutgers is First University in Nation to Do Voluntary Audit Under Agreement with EPA
0%11/19/2001Anchor Glass Container Corporation Agrees to Pay $43,400 Penalty for Violating PCB Rules at Plants in New Jersey and New York
0%10/17/2001EPA APPROVES TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL REMEDY FOR TANAPAG PCB SITE IN SAIPAN
0%10/17/2001EPA Completes PCB Cleanup at Green Hill Quarry in Meddybemps, Maine
0%10/16/2001EPA PROPOSES CHANGES TO CLEANUP PLAN FOR OTTATI AND GOSS/KINGSTON STEEL DRUM SUPERFUND SITE: SIGNIFICANT COST SAVINGS CITED
0%10/15/2001Rhode Island Company Settles PCB Complaint with EPA
0%10/05/2001Binding Agreement Signed to Launch Portland Harbor Cleanup
0%10/02/2001U.S. EPA ANNOUNCES $7.8 MIL FOR PALOS VERDES SHELF FISH WARNING
0%10/01/2001Two Rhode Island Groups Receive Environmental Education Grants
0%09/21/2001ESFUERZOS DE MONITOREO EN NYC CONTINUAN PARA MOSTRAR QUE EL AGUA Y EL AIRE ESTAN LIMPIOS
0%09/14/2001INFORMACION ACTUALIZADA DE LA EPA Y OSHA SOBRE ASBESTO CONTINUA TRANQUILIZANDO AL PUBLICO GENERAL CON RESPECTO A TEMORES DE CONTAMINACION
0%08/27/2001Company Settles with EPA on Charges It Incorrectly Stored PCBs
0%08/15/2001EPA to Recover Cleanup Costs in Unique Proposed Settlement with the City of New Bedford
0%08/01/2001Whitman Decides to Dredge Hudson River
0%08/01/2001WHITMAN DECIDES TO DREDGE HUDSON RIVER
0%07/20/2001EPA Orders General Electric to Clean Milford, NH Superfund Site
0%07/10/2001EPA TO ATTEND PCB MEETING IN SAIPAN
0%06/28/2001Amtrak Agrees to Improve Company-Wide Environmental Compliance and Fund Environmental Projects Under Clean Water Act Settlement with EPA
0%06/19/2001Dredging of Contaminated St. Lawrence River Sediments Near Reynolds Metals Company Site in Massena, NY is Underway
0%05/29/2001EPA Begins Cleanup of PCB Contaminated Sand and Gravel in Meddybemps, ME
0%05/17/2001EPA Gets $8.5 Million Settlement for Cleanup of Route 52 Superfund Site
0%05/07/2001U.S. EPA FINES UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA $9,350 FOR PCB VIOLATIONS
0%04/19/2001EPA Recognizes 47 New England Hospitals For Mercury Reduction Efforts; Hartford Hospital Leads Way Among Connecticut Health-Care Facilities
0%04/19/2001EPA Recognizes 47 New England Hospitals For Mercury Reduction Efforts, including 6 in New Hampshire
0%04/18/2001EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 5 in Maine
0%04/05/2001EPA and URI Agree to $800,000 Settlement in Environmental Enforcement Case
0%03/26/2001EPA CLARIFIES MEANING OF IMPORTED PCB’s
0%03/22/2001EPA and New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to Begin Work at Ottati and Goss / Kingston Steel Drum Superfund Site
0%03/20/2001RELOCATING SUBMERGED NSTAR POWER CABLES CLEARS WAY FOR DREDGING CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS IN NEW BEDFORD HARBOR
0%03/16/2001EPA Announces Experts Selected to Review Computer Model to Study the Housatonic River
0%03/12/2001Connecticut Company Fined for PCB Violations
0%02/13/2001EPA Levies Fine for PCB Violation by NSTAR Company
0%02/08/2001REMOVAL OF PCB-CONTAMINATED SHORELINE SEDIMENTS UNDERWAY IN NEW BEDFORD HARBOR
0%02/07/2001EPA ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF THE REMOVAL ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FOR THE ANNISTON POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL SITE, ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%02/01/2001PCB TRANSFORMERS REMAIN FOCUS OF U.S. EPA ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS; SECOND CASE SETTLES FOR $11,000
0%01/19/2001EPA-New England Announces Strong Enforcement Results for 2000
0%01/19/2001EPA RELEASES FY 2000 ENFORCEMENT
AND COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE DATA
0%01/11/2001EPA, STATE OF TENNESSEE AND OXY USA AGREE TO COPPER BASIN RESTORATION
0%12/22/2000EPA AND NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TO BEGIN DEMOLITION OF THE FORMER FLETCHER'S PAINT WORKS BUILDING NEXT WEDNESDAY
0%12/18/2000Reynolds School District Cited For PCBs Violations
0%12/18/2000Clean Harbors Agrees to Pay $16,000 To Settle Charges of Violating PCB Laws
0%12/08/2000US EPA TESTING LAND CRABS FOR PCB CONTAMINATION
0%12/06/2000EPA Proposes Comprehensive Plan to Clean Up Hudson River PCBs; Proposal Based on Extensive Scientific Study of PCB Risks to People and Wildlife
0%12/06/2000NEW BEDFORD FORUM MEETS DECEMBER 11 PUBLIC INVITED
0%12/06/2000EPA PROPOSES COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO
CLEAN UP HUDSON RIVER PCBS
0%12/05/2000EPA ADMINISTRATOR CAROL M. BROWNER TO ANNOUNCE
PROPOSED CLEANUP OF HUDSON RIVER PCB’s
0%11/21/2000EPA Issues Cleanup Decision for 1½-Mile Section of Housatonic River
0%11/21/2000EPA and NH DES HOST PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING FOR BEEDE WASTE OIL SUPERFUND SITE
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0%11/02/2000EPA Bans Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds of Toxics from the Great Lakes
0%11/02/2000EPA TO REDUCE TOXIC CHEMICALS
DISCHARGED INTO THE GREAT LAKES
0%11/01/2000EPA TO HOLD DATA AVAILABILITY SESSIONS REGARDING RESIDENTIAL SAMPLING AT PROPERTIES IN ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%10/30/2000EPA Concludes Cleanup of Industrial Site in Northfield, N.H.
0%10/27/2000Federal Judge Approves Cleanup Plan for Housatonic River and Berkshire County
0%10/23/2000PACIFIC TUBE COMPANY FINED $16,000 FOR PCB VIOLATION
U.S. EPA kicks-off PCB enforcement actions
0%10/23/2000EPA / NH DES To Demolish Former Fletcher's Paint Works Building
0%10/23/2000AGREEMENT REACHED TO ADDRESS CONTAMINATION IN ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%10/04/2000EPA Selects Cleanup Plan for Groundwater Contamination Problem at Industrial Park in Hicksville, Long Island
0%10/02/2000Connecticut Utility Agrees to Pay $72,930 For PCB Violations
0%10/02/2000EPA Orders Braintree Hazardous Waste Co. to Pay $21,450 for For Violating PCB Laws
0%09/28/2000EPA and USACE Implement More Stringent PCB Guideline for HARS
0%09/27/2000EPA ANNOUNCES 3RD ANNUAL CORNELL POND FISHING DERBY
0%08/21/2000EPA TO HOLD AVAILABILITY SESSION REGARDING RESIDENTIAL SAMPLING IN ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%08/17/2000EPA ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF THE REMOVAL ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FOR THE BUTLER ROAD PCB REMOVAL SITE IN PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
0%08/04/2000EPA TO HOLD PRESS AND DATA AVAILABILITY SESSIONS REGARDING RESIDENTIAL SAMPLING AT PROPERTIES IN ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%08/02/2000EPA Proposes Cleanup Plan for Groundwater Contamination Problem at Industrial Park in Hicksville, Public Meeting Set
0%07/27/2000EPA Proposes Toxic Waste Sites to Superfund
0%07/24/2000EPA TO CONTINUE SOIL SAMPLING AT RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN ANNISTON AND OXFORD, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%07/21/2000EPA and DOJ Request That Cleanup Agreement Receive Final Court Approval
0%07/14/2000EPA Announces Cleanup Option for 1½-Mile Section of Housatonic River
0%07/13/2000EPA Grants Philadelphia $100K to Redevelop Tacony Waste Site
0%07/13/2000EPA TO AWARD SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT GRANTS
0%07/07/2000EPA and New York City Agree on Schedule for Remediating Four Upstate Drinking Water Gatehouses; EPA Seeks Public Input in Agreement that Will Eliminate a Potential Threat to NYC’s Drinking Water
0%06/22/2000HOUSE ACTION REVERSES COURSE ON
ENVIRONMENT, PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRESS
0%06/07/2000EPA Makes Modified Cleanup Final for Contaminated Materials in Two Lagoons at the General Motors Superfund Site in Massena, New York
0%05/25/2000FIVE NEW SELF-AUDIT PROTOCOLS ANNOUNCED
0%05/11/2000EPA FORMALLY PROPOSES FORMER SCOVILL INDUSTRIAL LANDFILL TO SUPERFUND LIST
0%05/04/2000PCB Capacitors Found in Dismal Swamp Safely Removed, Site Access Restricted
0%04/24/2000EPA Modifies Cleanup Action for Contaminated Materials in Two Lagoons at the General Motors Superfund Site in Massena, New York
0%04/21/2000EARTH DAY 2000: FEDERAL AGENCIES TAKE THE INITIATIVE WITH CLEAN ENERGY INNOVATIONS
0%04/21/2000PHASE III OF EPA SUPERFUND REMOVAL SITE ASSESSMENT TO BEGIN AT THE ANNISTON PCB SITE, ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%04/19/2000SEVENTEEN FROM MASSACHUSETTS WIN EPA'S ENVIRONMENTAL MERIT AWARD
0%04/18/2000MAJOR MILESTONE IN SUPERFUND CLEANUP COMPLETED
0%03/29/2000U.S. EPA PROPOSES PLAN TO ADDRESS CONTAMINATED FISH
0%03/15/2000EPA Emergency Workers at Highway Spill in Wheeling
0%03/10/2000EPA SUPERFUND REMOVAL SITE ASSESSMENT UNDERWAY AT THE ANNISTON PCB SITE, ANNISTON, CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA
0%03/01/2000EPA's ACTING REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR INSPECTS CLEANUP PROJECTS IN PITTSFIELD
0%01/21/2000EPA Proposes to Delete Renora Site in Edison from Superfund List
0%01/19/2000EPA SETS ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT RECORDS IN 1999
0%01/19/2000EPA-NEW ENGLAND ANNOUNCES STRONG ENFORCEMENT RESULTS FOR 1999
0%01/19/2000EPA SETS ENFORCEMENT RECORDS IN 1999
0%01/04/2000EPA Reports Show PCBs From Upper Hudson River May Affect Human Health in Mid-Hudson; Threaten Fish and Wildlife in Lower Hudson for Decades
0%01/03/2000EPA PROPOSES FINE AGAINST WINDHAM, NH, WASTE TRANSPORTER FOR VIOLATING PCB REGULATIONS
0%12/13/1999EPA BEGINS WORK TO SECURE NORTHFIELD, NH, INDUSTRIAL SITE
0%12/08/1999Roundup of Recent News Items in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
0%12/03/1999MAJOR MILESTONE IN SUPERFUND CLEANUP BEGINS TODAY
0%10/29/1999U.S. AND ALLEGHENY COUNTY SETTLE SUIT AGAINST USX OVER DUST VIOLATIONS AT EDGAR THOMPSON STEEL MILL
0%10/28/1999PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR GE/HOUSATONIC RIVER CONSENT DECREE BEGINS
0%10/28/1999Roundup of Recent News Items in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
0%10/08/1999ATTENTION EDITORS: CORRECTION TO EPA RELEASE ON PCB VIOLATIONS
0%10/07/1999EPA, GE and Other Parties Finalize Consent Decree for PCB Cleanup in Pittsfield
0%10/01/1999DOVER, N.H., COMPANY AGREES TO PAY $10,000 TO SETTLE EPA CLAIM OF PCB VIOLATIONS
0%09/29/1999EPA FINES UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII $116,100 FOR PCB VIOLATIONS
0%09/23/1999EPA ANNOUNCES 2ND ANNUAL FISHING DERBY AT CORNELL POND
0%09/17/1999EPA SPONSORS BUSINESS OUTREACH OPEN HOUSE FOR NEW BEDFORD AREA
0%08/27/1999WATERFOWL SAMPLES FROM HOUSATONIC RIVER SHOW ELEVATED LEVELS OF PCBs; STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES DUCK CONSUMPTION ADVISORY
0%08/20/1999EPA BEGINS EXTENSIVE SHORELINE and WETLAND SAMPLING IN NEW BEDFORD HARBOR
0%08/04/1999EPA Risk Assessments Confirm Exposure to PCBs in River May Increase Cancer Risk, Other Non-Cancer Health Hazards and Threaten Fish and Wildlife
0%07/28/1999EPA Investigating PCB Leak at Wilsonville School
0%07/22/1999EPA LISTS ALAMEDA NAS AS SUPERFUND SITE
0%06/10/1999GM To Start Removal Of Contaminated Sediments and Soils Next Week At Federal Superfund Site in Massena, New York
0%05/20/1999AMERICAN HERITAGE RIVER "NAVIGATOR" SELECTED TO HELP COMMUNITIES RESTORE CT RIVER
0%05/18/1999EPA ANNOUNCES FINAL CALIFORNIA WATERS POLLUTANTS LIST
0%05/18/1999EPA Baseline Modeling Report Released: Model Confirms Sediments Are Still Source of PCBs to the Hudson River and Will Be For Years
0%05/10/1999EPA PROPOSES TO LIST ALAMEDA NAS AS SUPERFUND SITE
0%05/07/1999EPA ISSUES AMENDED CLEANUP DECISION FOR NEW BEDFORD HARBOR HOT SPOT SEDIMENTS
0%04/22/1999EPA Presents Environmental Merit Awards to 16 in Massachusetts
0%04/16/1999EPA-NEW ENGLAND POSTS BANNER YEAR ON ENFORCEMENT / COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE FRONT
0%04/13/1999Rail Companies Pay $1.45 Million to Government for Paoli Rail Yard Superfund Cleanup - Funds Will Also Compensate for Damage to Environment
0%04/12/1999EPA APPROVES PA. LAKE AND STREAM PROTECTION
0%04/12/1999PCB Leaks at Fort Wainwright Prompt EPA Enforcement Action
0%03/25/1999EPA Selects Cleanup Action For Contaminated Soils And Sediments At The General Motors Superfund Site in Massena, New York
0%03/24/1999WARNING SIGNS TELL PUBLIC OF DDT THREAT IN FISH
0%03/17/1999Work Progresses at Exton Superfund Site
0%03/17/1999EPA Smooths Way for Redevelopment of Former Downingtown Waste Site
0%03/02/1999DOVER, N.H., HAZARDOUS WASTE TRANSPORTER FINED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS
0%02/26/1999ARCTIC COUNCIL LAUNCHES MULTINATIONAL INITIATIVE TO
IDENTIFY AND PHASE-OUT SOURCES OF PCBs IN RUSSIA
0%02/25/1999Alcoa To Carry Out EPA's Order and Expand Cleanup at Superfund Site in Moira, New York To Contaminated Wetlands Sediments
0%02/05/1999EPA DISTRIBUTES BROCHURES IN THREE LANGUAGES TO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ON DANGERS OF EATING CONTAMINATED FISH
0%02/03/1999PCB Case Seeks $700,000 In Fines For Illegal Disposal Near Spokane
0%01/21/1999Businessmen Sentenced for Improper Handling of Toxic Waste At North Philadelphia Site
0%01/11/1999EPA Announces Experts Selected to Peer Review Computer Model Used for the Hudson River PCB Superfund Site
0%12/22/1998U.S. EPA TO HOLD PCB TRAINING IN SAN FRANCISCO IN JANUARY
0%12/17/1998EPA To Continue Work on Hudson River PCBs Assessment; No Immediate Action Planned
0%10/29/1998EPA ISSUES INTERIM CLEANUP DECISION FOR BEEDE WASTE OIL SUPERFUND SITE
0%10/08/1998EPA AND GE FINALIZE DETAILS OF CLEANUP AGREEMENT
0%10/01/1998EPA Selects Cleanup Plan For Contaminated Sediments in the St. Lawrence River Near The Reynolds Metal Company Facility in Massena, NY
0%10/01/1998EPA ISSUES CLEANUP DECISION FOR UPPER AND LOWER NEW BEDFORD HARBOR
0%09/30/1998EPA SEEKS $25,000 FROM PECO FOR LATE REPORT OF PCB SPILL
0%09/25/1998STATEMENT OF JOHN P. DeVILLARS CONCERNING EPA/GE NEGOTIATIONS
0%09/24/1998PR GENERAL ELECTRIC AGREES TO $200 MILLION
SETTLEMENT TO CLEAN UP THE HOUSATONIC RIVER
0%09/23/1998NEW TREATMENT PLANT MARKS CLEANUP PROGRESS AT RE-SOLVE SUPERFUND SITE
0%09/11/1998EPA SAMPLING EFFORTS GATHERING STEAM IN PITTSFIELD
0%09/09/1998PR RENO AND BROWNER ANNOUNCE SHELL OILWILL HELP CLEAN UP THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER Announcement Part Of Comprehensive, Coordinated Effort To Stop Pollution Of River That Has Resulted in Over 50 Criminal Convictions
0%08/20/1998EPA SCHEDULES MEETINGS TO DISCUSS CLEANUP OF PCB SEDIMENTS
0%08/20/1998EPA Seeks Public Comment on Cleanup Plan For Contaminated Soils and Sediments at the General Motors Superfund Site in Massena, NY
0%08/10/1998CONNECTICUT MANUFACTURING FACILITY TO PAY LARGE ENVIRONMENTAL FINE
0%08/07/1998EPA BEGINS SECOND ROUND OF RESIDENTIAL SAMPLING IN PITTSFIELD NEXT WEEK
0%07/29/1998EPA Seeks Public Comment On Cleanup Plan For Contaminated Sediments in the St. Lawrence River Near The Reynolds Metal Company Facility in Massena, NY
0%07/27/1998EPA Proposes Two More Sites To The Superfund National Priorities List in New Jersey; Sites in South Plainfield and Linden Go Final
0%07/24/1998PA EPA ADDS AND PROPOSES NEW SITES TO THE
SUPERFUND NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST
0%07/17/1998PA TWO PENNSYLVANIA BUSINESSMEN PLEAD GUILTY TO
ILLEGAL PCB DISPOSAL
0%07/10/1998PA EPA PROPOSES LOWER FOX RIVER FOR SUPERFUND NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST
0%07/09/1998EPA AWARDS BERKSHIRE COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP GRANT AWARD OF $50,000 TO ENHANCE CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN GE - PITTSFIELD SITE CLEANUP
0%07/08/1998NTC MEDIA ADVISORY EPA ADMINISTRATOR BROWNER TO TESTIFY BEFORE N.Y. STATE COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ON HEALTH IMPACTS OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN THE HUDSON RIVER
0%07/02/1998EPA FINES TWO GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS
0%06/26/1998PA PROTECTION OF ARCTIC A PRIMARY GOAL OF MULTINATIONAL INITIATIVE LAUNCHED TO PHASE-OUT PCBs IN RUSSIA
0%06/19/1998TWO MEN INDICTED IN PCB CASE
0%06/19/1998PR EPA Streamlines PCB Management and Disposal Program
0%06/04/1998EPA ANNOUNCES ENFORCEMENT ORDER AND OTHER STEPS FOR PCB CLEANUP OF HOUSATONIC RIVER IN PITTSFIELD; RE-ISSUES INVITATION TO RESUME NEGOTIATIONS
0%05/18/1998NTC SUPERFUND SITES
0%04/06/1998EPA LAUNCHES ACTION PLAN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC RESTORATION OF PITTSFIELD AND BERKSHIRE COUNTY
0%03/31/1998N. ANDOVER, MA, WASTE HANDLER TO PAY ENVIRONMENTAL FINE
0%03/09/1998Hudson River Reassessment Schedule Released; Proposed Plan Due By December 2000
0%03/09/1998EPA Finds Violations Of Environmental Regulations At BNL As Multi-Media Investigation Continues
0%02/23/1998COMTAMINATED SOIL AND PCBs REMOVED FROM STOUGHTON YARD
0%02/04/1998EPA/DEP ISSUE PERMIT FOR DISCHARGES FROM THE DEER ISLAND TREATMENT PLANT -- STRINGENT POLLUTION LIMITS AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONS INCLUDED
0%02/03/1998Statement of John P. DeVillars
EPA New England Administrator
on Extension of Negotiation Period with General Electric
February 2, 1998
0%01/06/1998CONNECTICUT COMPANY FACES ENVIRONMENTAL FINE
0%01/06/1998EPA PROPOSES FINE FOR DOVER COMPANY
0%01/06/1998N. ANDOVER, MA, WASTE HANDLER FACES ENVIRONMENTAL FINE
0%12/22/1997PR EPA SETS RECORDS FOR ENFORCEMENT WHILE EXPANDING PROGRAM FOR INDUSTRY TO DISCLOSE AND CORRECT VIOLATIONS
0%11/25/1997Corrections Agrees To Pay Nearly $500,000 In Penalties For Environmental Violations; Will Spend Over $2.2 Million For Additional Environmental Projects
0%10/14/1997PA CHARGES FILED FOR THE ILLEGAL STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF PCB CONTAMINATED FLUIDS
0%09/25/1997Louisiana Superfund Event Marks Halfway Point to EPA's Year 2000 Goal
0%09/23/1997EPA PROPOSES FINE FOR STAMFORD-BASED ORGANIZATION
0%09/12/1997EPA PROPOSES $33,000 FINE FOR GROTON METAL MANUFACTURER
0%09/11/1997EPA ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF HATHAWAY STREET SOIL REMOVAL
0%08/19/1997CONNECTICUT UTILITY TO PAY FINE FOR PCB OIL SPILL
0%08/15/1997U.S. EPA PROPOSES TO ADD PALOS VERDES SHELF TO MONTROSE SITE
0%08/11/1997EPA to Remove Hazardous Substances from Maple Street Property in Stoughton
0%07/28/1997EPA Revises Cleanup Standards for Commencement Bay
0%07/08/1997GENERAL ELECTRIC TO REMOVE CONTAMINATED SOIL AND SEDIMENTS
0%06/27/1997PA UTAH MAN SENTENCED FOR ILLEGAL PCB STORAGE
0%06/27/1997UTAH MAN SENTENCED FOR ILLEGAL PCB STORAGE
0%06/24/1997SOIL CLEANUP COMPLETED AT ANGELILLO PROPERTY IN SOUTHINGTON
0%05/06/1997Construction Of Cleanup Measures Completed At Federal Superfund Site in Moreau, Saratoga County, New York
0%05/05/1997PA DEVELOPER PLEADS TO ILLEGAL PCB STORAGE
0%04/25/1997PA FATHER AND SON CONVICTED OF ILLEGAL WASTE HANDLING
0%04/15/1997EPA FINES NH PUBLISHING COMPANY FOR PCB VIOLATIONS
0%04/15/1997EPA Deletes Two More New Jersey Superfund Sites From the National List of Hazardous Wast Sites; State Supervised Cleanups
0%02/20/1997EPA FINES SALEM COMPANY $26,000
0%02/19/1997PA CEO SENTENCED FOR CONCEALING PCB SPILL
0%02/19/1997EPA Releases Phase 2 Data Evaluation and Interpretation Report For the Hudson River PCB Reassessment
0%12/27/1996EPA PROPOSES PHASED CLEANUP APPROACH FOR FLETCHER'S PAINT SUPERFUND SITE
0%12/23/1996EPA INCLUDES CASH OIL SITE ON NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST
0%10/30/1996EPA PROPOSES CLEANUP PLAN FOR UPPER AND LOWER NEW BEDFORD HARBOR
0%10/29/1996EPA GIVES GO AHEAD ON EIGHT CLEANUP PLANS AT FEDERAL FACILITIES IN MASSACHUSETTS AND MAINE
0%10/08/1996EPA ANNOUNCES $56 MILLION IN SAVINGS AT SIX NEW ENGLAND SUPERFUND SITES
0%08/09/1996CLEANUP BEGINS AT PLAISTOW OIL SITE
0%07/24/1996HARTFORD PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FIRM TO PAY ENVIRONMENTAL FINE
0%07/19/1996PA PCBs ENFORCEMENT CASE
0%07/18/1996EPA FINES STONE AND GRAVEL PLANT
0%07/18/1996EPA TARGETS HAZARDS AT NASHUA SITE
0%07/10/1996U.S. EPA INVESTIGATES PALOS VERDES SHELF CONTAMINATION
0%05/10/1996PA EPA PCB DOCUMENT SCHEDULED FOR PEER REVIEW
0%11/22/1994PR EPA ANNOUNCES PROPOSED RULE TO AMEND PCB REGULATIONS