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09/30/2011Government and Community Partners Launch Tonawanda Sustainability Initiative; Goals are to Reduce Pollution and Promote Business Innovation
09/30/2011Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation Join CBP Import Safety Center / Agreements with Customs and Border Protection will protect Americans’ Health
09/30/2011Oct. 7 Event to Teach Students about Water Quality in Kansas City, Mo.
09/30/2011Owner of ‘Davy Crockett’ Barge Indicted for Oil Spill on Columbia River
09/30/2011EPA Launches New Mapping Tool to Improve Public Access to Enforcement Information / Mapping feature supports the White House Regulatory Compliance Transparency Initiative and improves public access to information
09/30/2011McClellan Business Park completes first in the nation privatized cleanup, redevelopment at military Superfund site in Sacramento
09/30/2011Vermont Ski Area Pays Penalty for Wetlands Violations
09/29/2011Final Cleanup Plan Selected For North Ridge Estates Superfund Site in Oregon
09/29/2011EPA announces plan to clean up largest abandoned uranium mine on the Navajo Nation
09/29/2011New England Experienced Fewer Unhealthy Air Quality Days During Past Summer
09/29/2011EPA and partners unveil state's first WaterSense home in Colorado Springs
09/29/2011U.S. EPA selects $70 million remedy for groundwater contamination removal at Omega Chemical Site
09/29/2011Obama Administration Announces $12 Million i6 Green Investment to Promote Clean Energy Innovation and Job Creation/National initiative leverages resources of five federal agencies to advance clean technology commercialization
09/29/2011Updated Clean Water Discharge Permit for Merrimack Station in Bow, N.H. Issued for Review
09/29/2011EPA Commits $1.5 Million to 125 Communities to Support Smart Growth / Efforts will create healthy neighborhoods, attract local businesses
09/29/2011EPA Designates Center of Excellence for Watershed Management at University of Florida
09/29/2011United States Files Lawsuit Against MotorScience, Inc. for Alleged Violations of the Clean Air Act / Complaint claims that more than 24,000 uncertified vehicles were imported into the U.S.
09/29/2011Cleanup Complete at Pasley Solvents and Chemicals Superfund Site In Nassau County, N.Y.; Site Removed from Superfund List
09/28/2011Trident Seafoods Corp. to Pay $2.5 Million to Resolve Clean Water Act Violations and Spend More Than $30 Million to Upgrade Processing Plants
09/28/2011EPA Orders $60 Million Groundwater Cleanup at Toxic 'Mega' Superfund Site in Sacramento County
09/28/2011Food Manufacturing Company in Ward Hill, Mass. Cited for Clean Air Act Violations
09/28/2011EPA’s Response to Inspector General’s Report on Endangerment Finding
09/28/2011U.S. EPA Fines Logitech More than $250,000 for Making Unsubstantiated Health Claims
09/28/2011Trident Seafoods Corp. to Pay $2.5 Million to Resolve Clean Water Act Violations and Spend More Than $30 Million to Upgrade Processing Plants / Settlement to reduce discharges of seafood processing waste by more than 100 million pounds annually
09/28/2011U.S. EPA Fines Central California Facility $30,000 for Hazardous Waste Violations
09/28/2011Merck to Pay $1.5 Million Penalty for Environmental Violations at Two Pa. Pharmaceutical Plants
09/28/2011Six New England Companies Settle with EPA for Pesticide Violations
09/28/2011EPA Releases Final Health Assessment for TCE
09/27/2011Kent-based trucking company fined over $46,000 for chemical reporting violations
09/27/2011EPA proposes changes to FMC Superfund site cleanup plan, seeks comments from the public
09/27/2011Swarthmore Ranks 3rd in National Competition to use Green Power
09/27/2011Maryland’s Montco Communities Rank High in National Competition to use Green Power
09/27/2011Texas Petroleum Investment Company Fined for a Second Time for Violating the Clean Water Act
09/27/2011EPA Scientists Receive Presidential Honor
09/27/2011City of Pueblo (Colo.) recognized for using solar power at wastewater treatment facility
09/27/2011EPA Announces Winners of First-Ever Green Power Community Challenge
09/26/2011Oregon Export Company pays $17,000 for illegally exporting hazardous waste to Hong Kong
09/26/2011Ready-Mix Concrete Producer Agrees To Resolve Clean Water Act Violations
09/26/2011EPA Approves New EGT Permits with Strict Conditions
09/26/2011Sivyer Steel Corporation of Bettendorf, Iowa, to Pay $54,786 Penalty, Perform Oil Cleanup for Hazardous Waste Violations
09/26/2011U.S. EPA Orders 13 Chino Dairies to Control Manure Runoff
09/26/2011EPA Settles Complaint Against Camterra Resources, Inc. for Violations of the Clean Water Act
09/22/2011Rochester, NY Asbestos Abatement Contractor Sentenced to Six Years in Prison for Environmental Crimes and Making False Statements
09/22/2011Cranston R.I. Company to Pay Fine for Chemical Reporting Violations
09/22/2011$150,000 Environmental Education Grant Available
09/22/2011Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, Testimony Before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
09/21/2011U.S. EPA honors Local, Regional supermarkets for Environmental Achievements
09/21/2011St. Charles County, Mo., Public Water Supply District to Pay $5,696 Civil Penalty for Risk Management Program Violations
09/21/2011Market Share for EPA Energy Star Qualified Homes Reaches 25 Percent in Maryland
09/21/2011Market Share for EPA Energy Star Qualified Homes Reaches 25 Percent in Delaware
09/21/2011EPA, DoD finalize agreement to clean up Joint Base Andrews
09/20/2011Albertsons and Whole Foods’ green refrigeration efforts garner national awards
09/20/2011EPA Recognizes 52 Organizations for Environmental Stewardship
09/20/2011EPA to Hold Public Meeting Regarding Triangle Pacific Site, Elizabeth City, NC
09/20/2011Request for Comment on the US-Mexico Border 2020 Program Framework
09/20/2011EPA’s Market Share for Energy Star Qualified Homes Reaches 25 Percent
09/20/2011EPA Recognizes Supermarkets for Environmental Achievement in New England
09/20/2011Stratham N.H. Facility to Pay Fine for Environmental Reporting Violations
09/20/2011EPA Launches Green Products Web Portal for Pollution Prevention Week
09/20/2011EPA to Hold Three Public Hearings on Proposed Air Pollution Standards for Oil and Natural Gas Production
09/20/2011EPA Recognizes Regional Supermarkets for Using Environmentally-Friendly Refrigeration
09/19/2011EPA issues final air quality permits to Shell for Arctic oil and gas exploration
09/19/2011EPA Region 8 supermarkets recognized for environmental achievement under GreenChill partnership
09/19/2011Twelve Defendants Arrested for Involvement in the Illegal Distribution and Sale of Pesticides in New York’s Chinatown/Coordinated multi-agency effort results in seizure of thousands of packages of illegal pesticides from dozens of locations
09/19/2011U.S. EPA Regional Administrator to tour San Diego Border Area
09/19/2011EPA Recognizes Supermarkets for Environmental Achievement
09/19/2011President's Environmental Youth Awards Competition Accepting Nominations from Students in Grades K-12
09/19/2011Idaho oil distributor pays $15,000 penalty for inadequate spill prevention measures
09/19/2011Ferndale wood treatment company fined over $25,000 for improperly reporting chemical use and releases
09/19/2011Fort Wainwright fined over $79,000 dollars for banned motor vehicle waste disposal wells
09/19/2011S. Portland Maine Facility faces EPA Sanction for Unsafe Storage of Hazardous Chemicals
09/19/2011EPA Warns New York City Residents about Dangers of Illegal Pesticides; Agency Sweep of Businesses in Several City Neighborhoods Reveals Illegal Products Are Easy to Find
09/19/2011EPA Provides $1.5 Million for Clean Diesel Upgrades in Massachusetts; Clean diesel projects reduce early deaths and asthma attacks, boost local economy
09/19/2011Cleanup of Hazardous Materials Completed at Hillsborough, N.H. Site
09/16/2011EPA and Bayonne Medical Center Team Up to Green the Hospital
09/15/2011North Ridge Estates in Oregon added to EPA’s National Priorities List
09/15/2011EPA adds Gary site to Superfund National Priorities List
09/15/2011EPA adds Sandoval, Illinois, site to Superfund National Priorities List
09/15/2011Bremerton Gasworks in Washington proposed for national hazardous cleanup listing
09/15/2011EPA Proposes Compass Plaza Well TCE Site for Superfund's National Priorities List
09/15/2011EPA Region 6 Updates Its National Priorities List of Superfund Sites - Two Sites Added and One Proposed
09/15/2011EPA Proposes to Approve Albuquerque Clean Air Plan
09/15/2011EPA Adds Six and Proposes Two Hazardous Waste Sites in the Southeast to the Superfund National Priorities List
09/15/2011U.S. EPA Proposes to Add LA County Industrial Facilities to List of Nation’s Worst Toxic Sites
09/15/2011U.S. EPA Adds Northern, Central California Abandoned Mines to List of Nation’s Worst Toxic Sites
09/15/2011EPA Proposes to Add Eighteen Mile Creek in Niagara County, N.Y. to the Superfund List
09/15/2011EPA Adds Areas of Long Island to the Superfund List; Volatile Organic Compounds found in 11 Major Drinking Water Wells
09/15/2011EPA Adds Garfield Ground Water Contamination Site in Garfield, NJ to the Superfund List; 500 Homes and Businesses Inspected for Contamination by Hexavalent Chromium
09/15/2011EPA Proposes to Add Puerto Rico Site to the Superfund List
09/15/2011Metro Container Corp. site proposed for Superfund list
09/15/2011EPA Advancing Clean Up at 15 Hazardous Waste Sites, Proposing 11 Sites for Action
09/14/2011Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver partners with EPA to build greener homes