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April 16th, 2009

By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 12:13, Category: General



The Southern Ledger

Environmental groups sue California over water bank
Sacramento Bee,  USA
By Matt Weiser A coalition of environmental groups on Tuesday sued the state for allegedly failing to study the environmental consequences of a new drought water bank that could end up tapping huge amounts of Sacramento Valley groundwater. ...
Sacramento Valley Farms, Fish, and Faucets at Stake Bay Area Indymedia
Water projects to get $260 million of stimulus San Francisco Chronicle
Delta farmers' lawsuit challenges peripheral canal process (10:44 am) Stockton Record
Fresno Bee - San Diego Union Tribune
all 368 news articles
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Boston Globe

US aids Superfund cleanups in region
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
Eight Superfund sites in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania will receive as much as $170 million in funding to advance or complete their cleanups, the Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. The money is part of $600 million in federal ...
2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money Seattle Times
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI Superfund sites Newsday
Davis pesticide plant site gets stimulus boost Bizjournals.com
TheNewsTribune.com - Pensacola News Journal
all 357 news articles
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Environmental group files suit to protect fish
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
AP SAN FRANCISCO—An environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service claiming the agency has needlessly limited the habitat protections for the endangered tidewater goby. In addition to the agency, the lawsuit filed by ...
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PRESS RELEASE: Merseyside Selects Veolia Environmental Services as ...
Wall Street Journal
The UK's leading waste management company, Veolia Environmental Services has been selected as preferred bidder by the Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority (MWDA) on behalf of the Merseyside and Halton Waste Partnership for its twenty year Waste ...
Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority selects Veolia for waste contract MRW
Merseyside selects Veolia ES as preferred bidder EUWID Recycling and Waste Management
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 8:12, Category: General



Free Environmental Expo Touts 'Going Green'
Washington Post, United States
Jolene Ivey (D-Prince George's) and Victor Ramirez (D-Prince George's) will host an Environmental Expo from 3 to 6 pm Saturday. The event will highlight practical and inexpensive tips that residents can use to save money while being environmentally ...
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PRESS RELEASE: Merseyside Selects Veolia Environmental Services as ...
Wall Street Journal
The UK's leading waste management company, Veolia Environmental Services has been selected as preferred bidder by the Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority (MWDA) on behalf of the Merseyside and Halton Waste Partnership for it! s twenty year Waste ...

Javno.hr

Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
O! il & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 83 news articles
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Richmond Times Dispatch

Foundation releases annual Chesapeake Bay report
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
AP ANNAPOLIS, Md. - As it works to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay, the Environmental Protection Agency may change policy to ! reduce pollution in multiple watersheds and explore a range of other approaches, a senior adviser to EPA administrator Lisa ...
Chesapeake Bay gets ‘D' grade for 10th straight year Richmond Times Dispatch
Chesapeake Bay: Foundation gives the bay a "D" on health WTKR Your NewsChannel 3
EPA chief calls for new wetland law Baltimore Sun
Washington Times - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 60 news articles
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Greenpeace appoints veteran organizer to its top post
New York Times, United States
By BEN GEMAN, Greenwire Greenpeace USA -- an environmental group that blends colo! rful protests, organizing and lobbying -- announced the appoin! tment to day of its top organizer, Phil Radford, as its new executive director. Radford, 33, the grassroots ...
Radford: New Greenpeace Boss on Climate Change, Coal, and Nuclear ... Wall Street Journal Blogs
Greenpeace USA Announces New Executive Director, Phil Radford PR Newswire (press release)
all 10 news articles
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Environmental questions over LNG hub
WA today, Australia
&q! uot;The joint Federal and State strategic environmental! plannin g process still underway may still decide that James Price Point is not suitable for a hub," Ms Siewert said. "In fact, the terms of the strategic assessment mean that other sites outside the ...
Agreement reached on LNG site on Kimberley coast EnergyCurrent
Woodside, Landowners Strike LNG Agreement With W Australia Wall Street Journal
Woodside boss welcomes gas hub site deal The West Australian
ABC Online - Reuters UK
all 76 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 7:12, Category: General



Javno.hr

Pollution estimat! es for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
Oil & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 83 news articles
Read More....


Greenpeace appoi! nts veteran organizer to its top post
New York Times, United States

By BEN GEMAN, Greenwire Greenpeace USA -- an environmental group that blends colorful protests, organizing and lobbying -- announced the appointment today of its top organizer, Phil Radford, as its new executive director. Radford, 33, the grassroots ...
Radford: New Greenpeace Boss on Climate Change, Coal, and Nuclear ... Wall Street Journal Blogs
Greenpeace USA Announces New Executive Director, Phil Radford PR Newswire (press release)
all 10 news articles
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Boston Globe

EPA looks for ways to not let the bedbugs bite
The Associated Press
(AP) — Faced with rising numbers of complaints to city information lines and increasingly frustrated landlords, hotel chains and housing authorities, the Environmental Protection Agency hosted its first-ever bedbug summit Tuesda! y. ...
Video: America's War on Bed Bugs - Washington Sketch Washington Post
On the (pillow) case: EPA tackles bed bugs Scientific AmericanWEIRD WEDNESDAY: The Invasion Of The Bed Bugs TFM
AFP - Post Chronicle
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Richmond Times Dispatch
Foundation releases annual Chesapeake Bay report
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
AP ANNAPOLIS, Md. - As it works to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay, the Environmental Protection Agency may change policy to reduce pollution in multiple watersheds and explore a range of other approaches, a senior adviser to EPA administrator Lisa ...
Chesapeake Bay gets ‘D' grade for 10th straight year Richmond Times Dispatch
Chesapeake Bay: Foundation gives the bay a "D" on health WTKR Your NewsChannel 3
EPA chief calls for new wetland law Baltimore Sun
Washington Times - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 59 news articles
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Environmental group files suit to protect fish
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
AP SAN FRANCISCO—An environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service claiming the agency has needlessly limited the habitat protections for the endangered tidewater goby. In addition to the agency, the lawsuit filed by ...
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 6:12, Category: General



Greenpeace appoints veteran organizer to its top post
New York Times, United States
By BEN GEMAN, Greenwire Greenpeace USA -- an environmental group that blends colorful protests, organizing and lobbying -- announced the appointment today of its top organizer, Phil Radford, as its new executive director. Radford, 33, the grassroots ...
Radford: New Greenpeace Boss on Climate Change, Coal, and Nuclear ... Wall Street Journal Blogs
Greenpeace USA Announces New Executive Director, Phil Radford PR Newswire (press release)
all 10 news articles
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News Virginian

Textile Co Settles With DOJ, EPA On Environmental Violations
Wall Street Journal
By Brent Kendall Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--US textiles company Invista has agreed to spend up to $500 million to correct environmental violations at facilities in seven states and will also pay a $1.7 million fine, ...
Invista environmental cleanup to cost $500M Online Athens
Invista to pay $1.7M to settle environmental violations urethanes-technology-international (subscription)
Invista to pay $500 million to fix environmental violations Victoria Advocate
Delaware Business Ledger - Am Law Litigation Daily
all 89 news articles
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Renewable Energy's Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States
Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics against environment ...
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The Southern Ledger

EPA selects 50 polluted sites for stimulus money
The Associat! ed Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fi! fty of t he country's most polluted and hazardous waste sites have been picked by federal environmental officials to receive a half-billion dollars of stimulus money. The sites in 28 states were contaminated years ago by mining waste ...
Polluted sites get stimulus money for clean up abc7news.com
all 101 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 5:12, Category: General



The Associated Press

Stimulus money will help clean up New Bedford Harbor
Boston Globe, United States
US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson came to the Whaling City to unveil the award of at least $25 million, and perhaps as much as $35 million -- the single largest portion of the $600 million in stimulus money designated for ...
Government funds local waste clean-up Providence Eyewitness News
Stimulus funds to help clean major toxic sites Forbes
all 217 news articles
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Environmental! group files suit to protect fish
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
AP SAN FRANCISCO—An environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service claiming the agency has needlessly limited the habitat protections for the endangered tidewater goby. In addition to the agency, the lawsuit filed by ...
Read More....


Boston Globe

EPA looks for ways to not let the bedbugs bite
The Associated Press
(AP) — Faced with rising numbers of complaints to city information lines and increasingly frustrated landlords, hotel chains and housing authorities, the Environmental Protection Agency hosted its first-ever bedbu! g summit Tuesday. ...
Video: America's War on Bed Bugs - Washington Sketch Washington Post
On the (pillow) case: EPA tackles bed bugs! Scientific American
WEIRD WEDNESDAY: The Invasion Of The Bed Bugs
TFM
AFP - Post Chronicle
all 710 news articles
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NJ.com

2 Wash. Superfund sites get stimulus money
Seattle Times, United States
The US Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday it will use a portion of $582 million in federal stimulus money to speed cleanup at two Superfund sites in Tacoma and on Bainbridge Island. By PHUONG LE Associated Press Writer The US Environmental ...
Up to $15M in stimulus funds for two LI ! Superfund sites Newsday
Davis pesticide plant site gets stimulus boost Bizjournals.com
EPA: More money coming for Utah Superfund sites Forbes
New Brunswick Home News Tribune&n bsp;- The Virginian-Pilot
all 115 news articles
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Greenpeace appoints veteran organizer to its top post
New York Times, United States
By BEN GEMAN, Greenwire Greenpeace USA -- an environmental group that blends colorful protests, organizing and lobbying -- announced the appointment today of its top organizer, Phil Radford, as its new executive director. Radford, 33, the grassroots ...
Radford: New Greenpeace Boss on Climate Change, Coal, and Nuclear ... Wall Street Journal Blogs

Greenpeace USA Announces New Executive Director, Phil Radford
PR Newswire (press release)
all 10 news articles
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Environmental questions over LNG hub
WA today, Australia
"The joint Federal and State strategic environmental planning process still underway may still decide that James Price Point is not suitable for a hub," Ms Siewert said. "In fact, the terms of the strategic assessment mean that other sites outside the ...
Agreement reached on LNG site ! on Kimberley coast Energ! yCurrent
Woodside, Landowners Strike LNG Agreement With W Australia Wall Street Journal
Kimberley LNG deal a goer The Australian
Reuters UK - Bloomberg
all 66 news articles
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In Green Energy, an Environmental Paradox
Washington Post, United States
Renewable-energy development, which the Obama administration has made a priority, is posing conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not entirely unlike the way offshore oil and gas development pits economics against environment ...
Read More....


The Southern Ledger

EPA selects 50 polluted sites for stimulus money
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fif! ty of the country's most polluted and hazardous waste site! s have b een picked by federal environmental officials to receive a half-billion dollars of stimulus money. The sites in 28 states were contaminated years ago by mining waste ...
Polluted sites get stimulus money for clean up abc7news.com
all 101 news articles
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News Virginian

Textile Co Settles With DOJ, EPA On Environmental ! Violations
Wall Stree! t Journa l
By Brent Kendall Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--US textiles company Invista has agreed to spend up to $500 million to correct environmental violations at facilities in seven states and will also pay a $1.7 million fine, ...
Invista environmental cleanup to cost $500M Online Athens
Invista to pay $1.7M to settle environmental violations urethan! es-technology-international (subscription)
Invista to pay $500 million to fix environmental violations Victoria Advocate
Delaware Business Ledger - Am Law Litigation Daily
all 89 news articles
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Javno.hr

Pollution estimates for refineries, plants revisited
Houston Chronicle, United States
“It will show the truth,” said Elena Marks, director of health and environmental policy for White. For years, the EPA's emissions estimates have assumed that equipment is operating as designed under normal conditions. Until a recent, unrelated US Court ...
Climate endangerment finding clears White House review New York Times
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online!
Oil & Gas Journal - GreenerDesign.com
all 81 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 3:12, Category: General



NJ.com

Up to $15M in stimulus funds for 2 LI Superfund sites
Newsday, NY
BY JENNIFER SMITH | jennifer.smith@newsday.com Hazardous-waste cleanups at two local Superfund sites will get a boost from up to $15 million in federal stimulus money, Environmental Protection Agency officials said Wednesday. The grants will help speed ...
$30M could go to Utah cleanup site Salt Lake Tribune
Davis pest! icide plant site gets stimulus boost < nobr>Bizjournals.com
EPA: More money coming for Utah Superfund sites Forbes
New Brunswick Home News Tribune - Allentown Morning Call
all 107 news articles
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Environmental questions over LNG hub
WA today, Australia
"The joint Federal and State strategic envir! onmental planning process still underway may still decide ! that Jam es Price Point is not suitable for a hub," Ms Siewert said. "In fact, the terms of the strategic assessment mean that other sites outside the ...
Agreement reached on LNG site on Kimberley coast EnergyCurrent
Woodside, Landowners Strike LNG Agreement With W Australia Wall Street Journal
Kimberley LNG deal a goer The Australian
Bloomberg - Sydney Morning Herald
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 2:12, Category: General



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stv.tv

Climate endangerment finding clears White House review
New York Times, United States
Instead, the agency is planning to hold back on new rules to synchronize with a final endangerment finding and other environmental policies. Industry groups have expressed concern that issuing the endangerment finding will trigger an avalanche of ...
EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
EPA cleared to issue climate endangerment finding Oil & Gas Journal
GreenerDesign.com - Tapped
all 75 news articles
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Baltimore Sun

Foundation releases annual! Chesapeake Bay report
Philad elphia Inquirer, PA
AP ANNAPOLIS, Md. - As it works to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay, the Environmental Protection Agency may change policy to reduce pollution in multiple watersheds and explore a range of other approaches, a senior adviser to EPA administrator Lisa ...
Chesapeake Bay: Foundation gives the bay a "D" on health WTKR Your NewsChannel 3
EPA ! chief calls for new wetland law Baltimore Sun
Bay gets C-minus Washington Times
WMDT - Richmond Times Dispatch
all 54 news articles
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San Jose recycler, environmental group launch campaign against ...
San Jose Mercury News,&! nbsp; USA
One of San Jose's major recycling companies is partnering with environmental group Save the Bay in hopes of banishing single-use plastic bags in the Bay Area and throughout California. Today, Save the Bay paired with Green Team of San Jose to announce ...
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The Southern Ledger

EPA selects 50 polluted sites for stimulus money
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fifty of the country's most polluted and hazardous waste sites have been picked by federal environmental officials to receive a half-billion dollars of stimulus money. The sites in 28 states were contaminated years ago by mining waste ...
Polluted sites get stimulus money for clean up abc7news.com
all 103 news articles
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News Virginian

Invista environmental cleanup to cost $500M
Online Athens, GA
Textile and chemical product maker Invista will pay a $1.7 million fine and spend $500 million to correct and clean up self-reported environmental violations at a dozen former DuPont facili! ties in seven states as part of a record-setting settlement ...
Textile Co Settles With DOJ, EPA On Environmental Violations Wall Street Journal
Invista to pay $1.7M to settle environmental violations urethanes-technology-international (subscription)
Invista to pay $500 million to fix environmental violations Victoria Advocate
Delaware Business Ledger - Am Law Litigation Daily
all 89 news articles
Read More....


Environmental group files suit to protect fish
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
AP SAN FRANCISCO—An environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service claiming the agency h! as needlessly limited the habitat protections for the endanger! ed tidew ater goby. In addition to the agency, the lawsuit filed by ...
Read More....


Greenpeace appoints veteran organizer to its top post
New York Times, United States
By BEN GEMAN, Greenwire Greenpeace USA -- an environmental group that blends colorful protests, organizing and lobbying -- announced the appointment today of its top organizer, Phil Radford, as its new executive director. Radford, 33, the grassroots ...
Radford: New Greenpeace Boss on Climate Change, Coal, and Nuclear ... Wall Street Journal Blogs
Greenpeace USA Announces New Executive Director, Phil Radford PR Newswire (press release)
all 10 news articles
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Boston Globe

Going to the Mattress
Washington Post, United States
In a hotel ballroom in Crystal City yesterday, the Environmental Protection Agency convened the first-ever National Bed Bug Summit -- a veritable Yalta Conference for the species Cimex lectularius. With help from the Centers for Disease Control and ...
Video: America's War on Bed Bugs - Washington Sketch Washington Post
EPA looks for ways to not let the bedbugs bite The Associated Press
On the (pillow) case: EPA tackles bed bugs Scientific American
TFM - AFP
all 688 news articles

The Associated Press

Stimulus money will help clean up New Bedford Harbor
Boston Globe, United States
US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson came to the Whaling City to unveil the award of at least $25 million, and perhaps as much as $35 million -- the single largest portion of the $600 million in stimulus money designated for ...
Stimulus funds to help clean major toxic sites Forbes
all 216 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 1:13, Category: General



San Jose recycler, environmental group launch campaign against ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
One of San Jose's major recycling companies is partnering with environmental group Save the Bay in hopes of banishing single-use plastic bags in the Bay Area and throughout California. Today, Save the Bay paired with Green Team of San Jose to announce ...
Read More....


Greenpeace appoints veteran organizer to its top post
New York Times, United States
By BEN GEMAN, Greenwire Greenpeace USA -- an environmental group that blends colorful protests, organizing and lobbying -- announced the appointment today of its top organizer, Phil Radford, as its new e! xecutive director. Radford, 33, the grassroots ...
Radford: New Greenpeace Boss on Climate Change, Coal, and Nuclear ... Wall Street Journal Blogs

Greenpeace USA Announces New Executive Director, Phil Radford PR Newswire (press release)
all 10 news articles
Read More....


stv.tv

Climate endangerment finding clears White House review
New York Times, United States
Instead, the agency is planning to hold back on new rules to synchronize with a final endangerment finding and other environmental policies. Industry groups have expressed concern that issuing the endangerment finding will trigger an avalanche of ...
! EPA Nears ‘Endangerment Finding’ on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Environmental Leader
$236M in stimulus funds to MI for water projects Water Technology Online
EPA cleared to issue climate endangerment finding Oil & Gas Journal
GreenerDesign.com - Tapped
all 75 news articles
Read More....


The Associated Press

Stimulus money will help clean up New Bedford Harbor
Boston Globe,&! nbsp;United States
US Enviro! nmental< /b> Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson came to the Whaling City to unveil the award of at least $25 million, and perhaps as much as $35 million -- the single largest portion of the $600 million in stimulus money designated for ...
Stimulus funds to help clean major toxic sites Forbes
all 216 news articles
Read More....


Environmental group files suit to protect fish
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
AP SAN FRANCISCO—An environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service claiming the agency has needlessly limited the habitat protections for the endangered tidewater goby. In addition to the agency, the lawsuit filed by ...
Read Mo! re....


EPA selects 50 polluted sites for stimulus money
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fifty of the country's most polluted and hazardous waste sites have been picked by federal environmental officials to receive a half-billion dollars of stimulus money. The sites in 28 states were contaminated years ago by mining waste ...
Read More....


NJ.com

$30M could go to Utah cleanup site
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
By María Villaseñor The Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday more than $25 million could go to the Superfund site in Eureka in Juab County. Up to $5 million could go to the Superfund site straddling Bountiful, West Bountiful and Woods ...
Davis pesticide plant site gets stimulus boost Bizjournals.com
EPA: More money coming for Utah Superfund sites Forbes
New Jersey gets large chunk of Superfund cleanup dollars New Brunswick Home News Tribune
Allentown Morning Call - Joplin Glob! e
all 104 news articles
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Telegraph.co.uk

EPA looks for ways to not let the bedbugs bite
The Associated Press
(AP) — Faced with rising numbers of complaints to city information lines and increasingly frustrated landlords, hotel chains and housing authorities, the Environmental Protection Agency hosted its first-ever bedbug summit Tuesday. ...
Video: America's War on Bed Bugs - Washing! ton Sket ch Washington Post
On the (pillow) case: EPA tackles bed bugs Scientific American
WEIRD WEDNESDAY: The Invasion Of The Bed Bugs TFM
AFP - Post Chronicle
all 684 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 16th, 2009, 0:15, Category: General



San Jose recycler, environmental group launch campaign against ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
One of San Jose's major recycling companies is partnering with environmental group Save the Bay in hopes of banishing single-use plastic bags in the Bay Area and throughout California. Today, Save the Bay paired with Green Team of San Jose to announce ...
Read More....


Baltimore Sun

Foundation releases annual Chesapeake Bay report
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
AP ANNAPOLIS, Md. - As it works to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay, the Environmental Protection Agency may change policy to reduce pollution in multiple watersheds and explore a range of other approaches, a senior adviser to EPA administrator Lisa ...
Chesapeake Bay: Foundation gives the bay a "D" on health WTKR Your NewsChannel 3
EPA chief calls for new wetland law Baltimore Sun
Bay gets C-minus Washington Times
WMDT - Richmond Times Dispatch
all 53 news articles
Read More....


Boston Globe

EPA looks for ways to not let the bedbugs bite
The Associated Press
(AP) — Faced with rising numbers of complaints to city information lines and increasingly frustrated landlords, hotel chai! ns and housing authorities, the Environmental Protectio! n Agency hosted its first-ever bedbug summit Tuesday. ...
Video: America's War on Bed Bugs - Washington Sketch Washington Post
On the (pillow! ) case: EPA tackles bed bugs Scientific American
WEIRD WEDNESDAY: The Invasion Of The Bed Bugs TFM
Post Chronicle - Daily Mail - Charleston
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