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United States Environmental Protection Agency
Region 9: The Pacific Southwest
Serving Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, the Pacific Islands, and Tribal Nations
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Elko County, Nevada
California (November 8, 2004)
University of California audits its environmental management program
Douglas County, NV (November 8, 2004)
Douglas County developer settles
Elko County, NV (November 8, 2004)
Agri-Beef Company ordered to correct water violations
City of Industry, CA (November 4, 2004)
City of Industry metallic case manufacturer settles
Navajo Nation (November 4, 2004)
Authority of air permit program delegated to Navajo Nation

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Cracking down on illegal pesticide pet products
The EPA has initiated a multi-state effort to protect consumers from illegal pesticide products, most recently fining companies in three Western states a collective $748,000 for trafficking counterfeit and/or unregistered pet products.
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Alien Seaweeds
In the continuing battle to prevent the spread of alien species in Hawai’i, the EPA and the Hawai’i Department of Land and Natural Resources are making available an easy to use education tool to help control alien seaweed species.

Bolsa Chica Wetlands Restoration
Officials from state and federal agencies and the city of Huntington Beach have joined with local environmental groups to break ground for the Bolsa Chica Wetland Restoration Project.
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Photo of San Francisco skyline West Coast Diesel Collaborative
The West Coast Diesel Emissions Reductions Collaborative is working to reduce air pollution emissions from diesel sources along the West Coast.

2004 EPA Progress Report
This annual publication highlights achievements by EPA and its partners in the government, business, and nonprofit sectors to protect public health and the environment.

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Key Topics

Air, Water, Cleanup, Waste, Pesticides, Toxics, Cross-Program Activities, Enforcement

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Meet Regional Administrator Wayne Nastri

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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests

Emergency Response
To report an environmental
emergency, call

(800) 300-2193

Naturally occurring asbestos exposure: Assessment updates
Title V Program Evaluations: New page for viewing final Title V evaluation reports.
Requests for proposals: Wetlands Program Development Grants for 2005
Strategic Plan: sets out the Region's goals for the next five years
Preliminary Remediation Goals: updated tables of human health toxicity values
Las Vegas Carbon Monoxide Pollution: final approval
Request for Proposals: U.S.-Mexico Border 2012 Program
Tribal Program: updated with the November 2004 Tribal newsletter
San Francisco Refineries: updated with Title V permit and comment letters
Toxic Release Inventory: updated with 2002 National Data Release

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EPA's Pacific Southwest Region Web area is part of EPA's national Web site. On these regional pages, you will finds links to EPA's national Web pages, as well as to state and local environmental agencies in the Pacific Southwest.

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