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06/28/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO DETAIL REGIONAL BENEFITS DATA FOR PRESIDENT’S CLEAR SKIES INITIATIVE DURING VISIT TO GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK IN TENNESSEE WITH U.S. SENATOR FRIST
06/28/20021. NEW EPA RESOURCE ENCOURAGES INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FOR SAFER SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT, 2. GRANT AWARDED FOR RESEARCH ON CHILDHOOD ASTHMA, 3. EPA TO RECOGNIZE SMART GROWTH ACHIEVEMENT, 4. NEW WEB SITE PROVIDES RESOURCE TOOLS TO SUPPORT STATE AND LOCAL AIR QUALITY ACTIVITIES, 5. EPA LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITE, "HOT TIPS FOR A COOL SUMMER", 6. SEATTLE PROPRIETOR, FUGITIVE IN MEXICO, PLEADS GUILTY, 7. FORMER NEW JERSEY TESTING FIRM MANAGER PLEADS GUILTY
06/26/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF METEOROLOGISTS IN SHARING ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION WITH PUBLIC
06/25/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN TO HIGHLIGHT KEY ROLE METEOROLOGISTS CAN PLAY IN PROVIDING ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION TO AUDIENCE, TOUR WILLIAM AND MARY’S KECK LAB
06/25/2002EPA’S WHITMAN SAYS STATES INCREASE PUBLIC
HEALTH NOTIFICATIONS OF NONCOMMERCIAL FISH
06/21/20021. PROGRESS REPORT RELEASED ON THE CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM, 2. CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER POSITION ESTABLISHED IN AGENCY, 3. TENNESSEE PHYSICIAN SENTENCED FOR CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATION, 4. OWNER OF FORMER OREGON SHIP REPAIR COMPANY GIVEN JAIL TERM, 5. SHIPS’ CAPTAIN, CHIEF ENGINEERS PLEAD GUILTY TO ALASKA VIOLATIONS, 6. ALASKA MAN PLEADS TO CONCEALING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME
06/14/20021. STOP SALE ORDER ISSUED TO MISSOURI DISINFECTANT COMPANY, 2. FLORIDA MAN, VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE FIRM PLEAD GUILTY, 3. SHIP’S CHIEF ENGINEER PLEADS GUILTY TO OIL POLLUTION IN ALASKA WATERS, 4. TWO MEN SENTENCED IN LAS VEGAS FOR ILLEGAL WASTE DISCHARGE
06/13/2002EPA ANNOUNCES STEPS TO INCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENCOURAGE EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS
06/13/2002WHITMAN TO OUTLINE NEW SOURCE REVIEW REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
06/12/2002EPA ANNOUNCES NEW ENERGY STAR RATING TOOL FOR HOTELS
06/11/2002WHITMAN TO ANNOUNCE ENERGY STAR RATING TOOL FOR HOTEL
06/10/2002REVISED CUMULATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT FOR ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDES RELEASED FOR REVIEW; PUBLIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED
06/07/2002EPA AND OMB WORKING TO SPEED THE REDUCTION
OF POLLUTION FROM NONROAD DIESEL ENGINES
06/07/2002EPA ADMINISTRATOR WHITMAN AWARDS FIRST NATIONWIDE WATER SECURITY GRANTS AS PART OF $53 MILLION FOR LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES
06/06/20021. EPA ESTABLISHES ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS CENTER, 2. WHITMAN AWARDS LARGEST TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH GRANT
06/06/2002WHITMAN TO ANNOUNCE FIRST WATER SECURITY GRANTS
06/06/2002STATEMENT BY EPA ADMINISTRATOR CHRISTIE WHITMAN ON PRESIDENT’S CREATION OF DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
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