Monthly Archives: February 2017

EPA to Act on Waters of the United States Rule

EPA to Act on Waters of the United States Rule WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order at the White House today, directing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. EPA to Act on Waters of the United States Rule Source: EPA Water Science news
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EPA awards $380,000 to Diné College for abandoned uranium mine study

EPA awards 0,000 to Diné College for abandoned uranium mine study {inline_image} SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded Diné College $380,000 to support the Agency’s Cove Watershed Assessment project.  Diné College will work with EPA scientists to determine the impact of abandoned uranium mines on the Cove area’s waters in northeastern Ariz. …
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EPA Reaches Settlement with Two N.H. Companies for Failure to Disclose Lead Paint Information or Follow Lead-Safe Work Practices at Residential Property in Manchester

EPA Reaches Settlement with Two N.H. Companies for Failure to Disclose Lead Paint Information or Follow Lead-Safe Work Practices at Residential Property in Manchester {inline_image} BOSTON – The U.S. EPA finalized a settlement agreement with two N.H. companies for their alleged failure to follow lead-safe work practices and provide proper lead paint disclosure to tenants…
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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Hosts Western Governors for Sunday Morning Breakfast Meeting

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Hosts Western Governors for Sunday Morning Breakfast Meeting {inline_image} WASHINGTON – U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt this morning hosted eleven members of the Western Governors Association (WGA) for a breakfast roundtable discussion. The non-partisan group of governors included Republicans, Democrats and Independents. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Hosts Western Governors for Sunday…
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