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01/30/2004Bush Administration Proposes Major New Funding to Reduce School Bus Emissions
01/30/2004EPA Press Briefing for President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2005
01/29/2004EPA Administrator Mike Leavitt to Announce Major New Funding to Reduce School Bus Pollution - North Allegheny School District will be Recognized
for Clean School Bus Efforts
01/29/2004Bush Administration Proposes Major New Funding for Great Lakes Cleanup
01/29/2004EPA Issues New Guidance and Database for Research Models
01/29/2004EPA Press Advisory: 1. NAS Report Outlines Air Quality Progress, Future Challenges, 2. Public Comment Period Begins for Proposed Power Plant Regulations, 3. More than Half of U.S. Commercial Building Space Now Eligible for ENERGY STAR, 4. Workshop To Seek Input On Plant-Incorporated Protectant Experimental Use Permits, 5. Connecticut Based Shipping Company Pleads Guilty to Cover-Up of Discharge of Oil and Sludge into Ocean, 6. Ohio Rubber Company and President Plead Guilty to Clean Air Act Violations
01/28/2004EPA Administrator Mike Leavitt to Announce Federal Funding for Great Lakes
01/27/2004EPA Issues New Best Practices Guidance for Research Models
01/27/2004Bush Administration Proposes New Funding for Chesapeake Bay
01/26/2004Automakers and Gasoline Refiners Join EPA to Celebrate Milestone in Clean Air Program
01/23/2004Leavitt Showcases Newest Generation of Clean Cars and Fuels
01/23/2004EPA Press Advisory: 1. EPA Issues Guidance About Landowners Whose Property May Be Contaminated by a Neighbor's Actions; 2. Manufacturer Pleads Guilty to Illegal Storage of Phosphorus Waste in $18 Million RCRA Case; 3. Ohio Man Sentenced for Falsifying Clean Air Act Permit Application; 4. Wyoming Man Indicted for Clean Water Act Violations Affecting Indian Lands
01/21/2004EPA Urges Home Testing for Radon to Reduce Lung-Cancer Risk
01/16/2004EPA Press Advisory: 1. EPA Guidelines Promote Truck and Locomotive Idling Reductions; 2. More Than 100 Food Lion Stores Earn ENERGY STAR; 3. Company and Employee Sentenced for Buying False Asbestos Training Certificates
01/13/2004Ten Major Corporations Pledge Greenhouse Gas Reductions
01/09/2004EPA Administrator Tells Power Companies to Invest In Clean Air
01/09/2004New Innovative Partnership with Staples,
Electronics Manufacturers to Take Back E-waste from Customers
01/08/2004EPA Press Advisory: 1. Americans Urged to Test for Radon; 2. Grants Totaling $6.5 Million Awarded to Measure the Amount of Carbon in Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5); 3. New Web Portal Launched for Environmental Technology Opportunities; 4. New Guidance on Supplemental Environment Projects Issued by Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance; 5. EPA’s Technical Assistance Continued for Thailand; 6. Virginia Company and Two Officials Sentenced for Using False Asbestos Training Certificates to Obtain Asbestos-removal Contracts; 7. Alabama Man Pleads Guilty to 28 Counts in Pesticide Case

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