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06/30/2006EPA Settles Clean Water Act Violations With Two Alaska Seafood Processors (Kenai, Atka Island)
06/30/2006New Funding Helps Ensure Healthy Beaches in Massachusetts
06/30/2006Hybrid Technology Takes Giant Leap into Commercial Vehicles - EPA Unveils UPS Delivery Truck with 60 to 70 Percent Higher Fuel Economy
06/30/2006Calif. mine ordered to remove lead-contaminated soil, dust
06/30/2006Ariz. facility fined for failing to report haz chemicals
06/30/2006Ariz. tribe receives award for cleaning up environment
06/29/2006EPA Secures $6 Million For Ryeland Road Cleanup
06/29/2006Air News Brief: Stationary Diesel Engines to Dramatically Reduce Emissions
06/29/2006Saipan company fined $23K for haz waste violations
06/29/2006EPA penalizes Four Northwest Facilities for Risk Management violations
06/29/2006EPA Provides $3 Million for Gulf of Mexico ProjectsEPA Provee $3 Millones para Proyectos en el Golfo de Mexico
06/28/2006U.S., Mexican and Canadian Environmental Leaders Reaffirm CommitmentLíderes ambientales de Estados Unidos, México y Canadá reafirman su compromiso
06/28/2006Public Meeting in Brooksville, ME Will Discuss Ongoing Cleanup and Investigation at Callahan Mine Superfund Site
06/28/2006Hybrid Technology Takes Giant Leap into Commercial Vehicles - EPA Unveils UPS Delivery Truck with 60 to 70 Percent Higher Fuel Economy
06/28/2006Innovative Recipients Recognized for Turning Brown into Green Chemistry
06/28/2006EPA fines Jody Vick, landowner $5,000 for Wetlands violations in Douglas, Alaska
06/28/2006EPA cites JLM Chemicals for clean-air violations
06/27/2006Five Guam facilities fined for fuel tank violations
06/27/2006Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. Will Pay $176,000 Fine for Clean Air Violations
06/27/2006Hood River cherry farmer agrees to restore wetlands
06/27/2006Proposed changes to Ohio drinking water rules will better protect public health
06/27/2006Brown Goes Green: New UPS Vehicle is World’s Most Fuel Efficient
06/27/2006Agreement Reached With New Hampshire Lobster and Bait Fish Facility to Settle Water and Chemical Notice Violations
06/26/2006New EPA Proposed Wastewater Discharge Permits to Aquaculture Facilities and Fish Processors in Idaho to Feature “Pollutant Trading” Option
06/26/2006Amer. Samoa service station settles fuel storage tank violations
06/26/2006Maui settles risk management plan deficiencies
06/26/2006Environmental Educational Grants in Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Alaska total nearly $188,000
06/26/2006Nev. facility cited for failing to maintain chemical risk plan
06/23/2006EPA Completes Cleanup At Former Paper Mill in Middle Falls, New York
06/23/2006Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board Receives 2006 Citizen Excellence in Community Involvement Award
06/23/2006Bans on Human Studies Extended to Nursing Women
06/23/2006EPA Issues Final Report on Localized Fuel Blends Known as Boutique Fuels
06/23/2006EPA Releases Latest Beach Monitoring Figures
06/23/2006Bay area company ordered to clean up after haz materials release
06/23/2006New Funding Helps Ensure Healthy Beaches in New Hampshire
06/23/2006Hybrid Technology Takes Giant Leap into Commercial Vehicles - EPA Unveils UPS Delivery Truck with 60 to 70% Higher Fuel Economy
06/22/2006Grants Available for New England Community-Based Nonprofits Working to Reduce Environmental Risks
06/22/2006Oil tanks, fuel contamination removed from Marianas Islands
06/22/2006Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority Indicted For Environmental Crimes; Will Pay $10 Million in Criminal and Civil Fines and Spend $1.7 Billion Improving Wastewater TreatmentLa Autoridad de Acueductos y Alcantarillados de Puerto Rico ha sido acusada formalmente de crímenes ambientales. Tendrá que pagar $10 millones en multas criminales y civiles y tendrá que desembolsar $1.7 mil millones para mejorar el tratamiento de aguas residuales
06/22/2006Rule Proposed to Control Effluent from Large Animal Feedlots
06/22/2006Coatesville’s Charlie Root Receives National Award
06/22/2006Settlement at Mohawk Tannery Site in Nashua, N.H. will Generate Funds towards the Cleanup of the former Tannery
06/22/2006Excavation of Contaminated Soil Begins at the St. Catherine Street Site in Concord N.H.
06/22/2006West Coast Truckers To Get Fuel Savings Help
06/22/2006EPA Proposes to Modify the Cleanup Plan for Solvent Savers Site
06/22/2006EPA Identifies Pharmaceutical Research Facility as Source of Cyanide-Related Discharge to Wissahickon Creek
06/22/2006Gosney and Sons, Inc., settles with EPA
over illegal discharges into Los Pinos River
06/21/2006Enforcement Actions Will Spur Cleanup Efforts for Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in Plaistow, N.H.
06/21/2006Las Vegas area air quality plan approved
06/21/2006EPA reaches agreement with Wisconsin companies for filling in wetlands without a permit
06/21/2006Beat the Summer HeatVenza el calor veraniego
06/21/2006Brown Goes Green: EPA and Partners to Unveil UPS Truck With 60 to 70 Percent Higher Fuel Economy
06/21/2006EPA cites Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel for clean-air violations
06/21/2006EPA issues order to WCJ to comply with clean-air rules
06/21/2006Southern Company Joins List of 5 Star Program Partners
06/21/2006Dredging begins at Sheboygan River site
06/20/2006EPA Settles with Freeman and Patrick Wood Products, L.L.C., of Centerville, Ala., for violation of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act
06/20/2006EPA Builds UPS Truck with 60-70% Higher Fuel Economy
06/20/2006EPA and New York City Show Off Greener Big Apple; Announce Winners of Second Green Building Competition
06/20/2006Blue Skyways to Bring Cleaner AirBLUE SKYWAYS A TRAER AIRE MÁS LIMPIO
06/20/2006EPA cites Equistar Chemicals for clean-air violations
06/19/2006Science Panel To Discuss Model for Cleanup Alternatives for "Rest of River" in Housatonic River
06/19/2006EPA Signs Environmental Self-Audit Agreements with Nine New Jersey Institutions
06/19/2006Bush Administration Grants $10 Million to U.S. BeachesAdministración Bush otorga $10 millones en subvenciones para playas estadounidenses
06/19/2006Poor Air Quality Predicted in Most of New England for Monday, June 19, 2006
06/16/2006Des Moines Ground Water Workshop on Water Well Economics to Feature EPA Experts, Others from 10 States
06/16/2006Poor Air Quality Predicted in Portions of Southern New England for Both Saturday, June 17 and Sunday, June 18, 2006
06/16/2006Excavation to Resume at the St. Albans Gas and Light Site in Vermont
06/16/2006N.H. Environmental Consultant Fined for Toxic Waste Mishandling
06/16/2006Good News from Soil Sampling Results at Hamilton’s Former Vermiculite Plant
06/15/2006Cleanup Progress at the Coakley Landfill Superfund Site in N.H. Reviewed
06/15/2006Ohio companies receive $650,000 in small business contracts for environmental technology projects
06/15/2006Cleanup at Electrosonics Site in Chesterfield, N.H. Resumes
06/15/2006Salt Lake City School District earns EPA Environmental Achievement Award
06/14/2006Havertown Resident Honored with EEO Employee Award
06/14/2006Plymouth Meeting Resident Honored with EPA Employee Award
06/14/2006EPA to Sample Homes in Little Valley for Harmful Vapors
06/14/2006Hurricane Preparedness Information in SpanishInformación en español sobre los preparativos para huracanes
06/14/2006EPA awards U.W. nearly $750,000 for Pesticides Research
06/14/2006EPA Teams Up to Make Health Care Environmentally Sustainable - New England Members of “Hospitals for a Healthy Environment” Program Receive Recognition
06/14/2006Laredo to Receive $100,000 from EPA
06/14/2006 “Toward Wildlife-Friendly Windpower” Conference in Toledo June 27-29
06/13/2006Berks CountyResident Honored with EPA Employee Award
06/13/2006Dzymetech receives small business contract for new environmental technology