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07/29/2005U.S. EPA Awards 1.8 Million Research Grant to Emory University
07/29/2005University of Florida at Gainesville to Receive Grant
07/29/2005Chester County Gets $200,000 For Brownfields Redevelopment
07/29/2005EPA awards $88,913 to Nevada tribe to assess lead-based paint hazards
07/29/2005Deputy Administrator Confirmed for EPA
07/29/2005Animal Feeding Operation Air Agreement Signup Period Extended
07/28/2005Final Ground Water Plan for Myers Superfund Site Presented at Public Meeting in Clinton
07/28/2005Using Pesticides Only When Absolutely Necessary: Two D.C. Agencies Recognized as Examples for Everyone
07/28/20052005 Fuel Economy Trends Report Now Available on the EPA Website
07/27/2005EPA awards grant to Wisconsin Center for environmental education
07/27/2005Great Lakes meeting to be held in Superior
Aug. 4
07/27/2005U.S. SETTLES SUIT AGAINST SUNOCO OVER 192,000 GALLON OIL SPILL AT JOHN HEINZ NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - Sunoco to Pay Over $3.6 Million for Penalties and Natural Resources Damages
07/27/2005South Carolina Company Officials Sentenced in Clean Water Act Case
07/27/2005Better Beach Health Spotlighted in New U.S. Data
07/27/2005Men from Illinois and Missouri Charged in Arkansas Waste Case
07/27/2005Owner of Florida Labor Camp and Three Others Charged with Federal Violations
07/27/2005Louisiana Man Convicted of Witness Tampering in Arkansas Endangered Species Case
07/27/2005Ground-Level Ozone Progress to Continue
07/26/2005Grand Valley State to host Great Lakes meeting Aug. 1
07/26/2005EPA to Hold Public Hearing on Cleanup Plan for the Durham Meadows Superfund Site in Durham, CT.
07/26/2005$1 Billion Clean-up Settlements Reached with Baltimore Co. and Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
07/25/2005EPA Awards Cooperative Grant to Nooksack Tribe to help cleanup the Northern bank of the Nooksack River
07/25/2005EPA Reaches $14,500 Agreement with Neeser Construction to Settle Alleged Storm Water Permitting Violations in Fairbanks, Alaska
07/25/2005Public Comment Period Extended For Proposed Cleanup Plan of W.R. Grace Site in Acton, Mass. - Comments accepted until Sept. 8; public hearing will be Aug. 4
07/25/2005Poor Air Quality Predicted in Portions of New England for Tues. July 26 - Western Connecticut, Southern New Hampshire, Massachusetts
07/25/2005EPA to Hold Public Meeting on Two Superfund Sites in Camden (Martin Aaron and Welsbach/General Gas Mantle Contamination)
07/22/2005Great Lakes regional collaboration sets public meetings on strategy
07/22/2005Licking County will improve wastewater treatment plant to settle government lawsuit
07/22/2005U.S. EPA fines Galt, Calif developer $47,500 for filling Cosgrove Creek and wetlands
07/21/2005Fairmont and Clarksburg Get Federal Funding to Assess Sites for Cleanup and Redevelopment
07/21/2005Emissions Trading Alternative Proposed to Help Improve Visibility
07/21/2005New Environmental Research Fellowship Opportunities AvailableNuevas oportunidades para becas de investigación ambiental
07/20/2005EPA: comment period ends August 22 for Grand Casino Mille Lacs draft air permit
07/20/2005EPA cites Premcor for clean-air violations
07/20/2005Fall River Textile Firm Cited for Clean Air Violations
07/20/2005Three Baton Rouge Groups to Receive $436,696 from EPA
07/20/2005Agreement Will Lead to Better Understanding of PFOA Sources
07/20/2005Comments Sought on Pesticide Review Process
07/20/2005Sixteen Leaders In Pesticide Stewardship Recognized
07/20/2005Partnership to Improve Water Security in U.S. and Israel
07/19/2005Media advisory: EPA regional air official to speak at Milwaukee-area clean diesel workshop
07/19/2005Gooding Wastewater Treatment Plant Nets $7500 EPA Penalty for Numerous Discharge Permit Violations
07/19/2005Five-year Review shows cleanup remedy is protective at Agrico Chemical Company Superfund Site in Pensacola, Florida
07/19/2005EPA Proposes Amendments, Seeks Additional Comments on Air Toxics Rule
07/18/2005Poor Air Quality Predicted in Portions of New England for Tuesday July 19, 2005
07/18/2005U.S. EPA reduces fine for San Jose circuit manufacturer self reporting violations
07/18/2005Federal and City Officials Pitch In to Fight Litter
07/15/2005EPA cites Lesaffre and Sensient for clean-air violations
07/14/2005Hazardous chemical reporting roundup: EPA settles American Electric Power and Sewall Gear cases; cites St. Paul, Minn., and Monroe, Mich. companies
07/14/2005EPA cites Chicago Carbon for clean-air violations
07/14/2005Canada Joins International Effort to Cut Methane Emissions
07/13/2005EPA reaches agreement with Kikkoman Foods
07/13/2005EPA reaches agreement with CSN
07/13/2005Oil Company in Readsboro to Pay $15,000 for Violations of Oil Regulations
07/13/2005EPA Efforts to Promote Clean Marine Engines Paying Off - Most of New England's Marine Engine Sales Are Lower Polluting Models
07/13/2005Comment Period Extended for Public Review of McCoy Field Documents - Comments accepted through July 29
07/13/2005Industri-plex Superfund Site Comment Period Extended to Aug. 31
07/13/2005Comprehensive Cleanup Plan Proposed for Troy Mills Landfill Superfund Site in Troy, N.H. - Public Meetings Scheduled for July 20 & Aug. 18
07/13/2005Electronics Recycling Pilot Shows Strong Response from Consumers and Retailers in New England
07/13/2005Pittsburgh School District Recognized for Energy Conservation Through EPA’s ENERGY STAR Program
07/13/2005U.S. EPA settles air pollution case with Kerr-McGee in Henderson, Nev.
07/13/2005U.S. EPA orders businessman, companies, to cleanup Long Beach property
07/13/2005Two Men Charged With Violating Clean Water Act in Tennessee
07/13/2005Utah Restaurant Company Pleads Guilty to Clean Air Act Violation
07/13/2005Two Virginia Companies and Two Individuals Plead Guilty in False Certificate Case
07/13/2005Two Men Convicted of Illegal Asbestos Removal in the Virgin Islands
07/12/2005EPA reaches agreement with Lehigh Cement
07/12/2005EPA Settles with Cloyd Moser and Modeb Investments for Stariski Creek Clean Water Act Violations
07/12/2005Maine Community College System Settles EPA Action for Hazardous Waste Violations
07/12/2005EPA Proposes $17,600 fine against Braintree Manufacturer for Environmental Violations
07/12/2005United States files Superfund Suit for Reimbursement of Cleanup Costs at a Site in Oyster Bay, New York - Former Location of Claremont Polychemicals Corporation Facility
07/12/2005EPA Aims to Lessen Potential Chemical Risks to Vietnamese Nail Salon Workers at July 18 Workshops - Vietnamese comprise 35 to 40 percent of nail salon workers in U.S., most do not speak or read English in D.C.
07/12/2005EPA Aims to Lessen Potential Chemical Risks to Vietnamese Nail Salon Workers at July 17 Workshop - Vietnamese comprise 35 to 40 percent of nail salon workers in U.S., most do not speak or read English in Philadelphia
07/12/2005EPA Honors Erie County
07/12/2005New Assistance for States on Growth Issues Announced-Former Governors Join EPA and NEA to Initiate New Institute on Community Design
07/11/2005Final Water Permits for Chelsea River Bulk Petroleum Storage Facilities
07/11/2005EPA Seeks Penalty Against Middleboro, Mass. Company for Violating Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention Requirements
07/11/2005Rhode Island Community Selected for Smart Growth Technical Assistance
07/11/2005U.S. EPA settles with three Southern California pesticide companies; fines total $18,200
07/11/2005U.S. EPA settles water violations with Seven-Up Bottling's Sacramento, Calif. facility
07/11/2005U.S. EPA fines Sparks company for selling misbranded pesticides
07/11/2005Federal Agencies Partner to Reduce Home Energy Bills and Protect Environment
07/08/2005Proposed Cleanup Plan for W.R. Grace Site in Acton - Public Informational Meeting Will Be Tues. July 19
07/08/2005EPA Reviews N.H. Request to Designate Coastal Waters No Discharge Area