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The state Department of Environmental Protection said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency informed the DEP on Friday about a sheen in a drainage system near Diversified Services LLC in St. Albans.
Residential wood smoke emissions will remain exempt from state regulations after environmental regulators on Wednesday denied a petition from three environmental and health advocacy groups.
The water treatment plant in Delmar Friday, March 7, 2014. The Environmental Protection Agency is sampling water from municipal and residential wells in Delmar after a contaminant, PCE, was found in low levels in the water supply.
In the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's next webcast in its Faster-Cheaper-Greener series - Financing Perspectives on Using Public Private Partnerships for Green Infrastructure, Wealth, and Community Resiliency - financing experts from the White House and successful global and local lending Institutions have been invited to share their ... (more)
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has fined two Chinese motorcycle manufacturers and their U.S. distributor $725,000 for illegally importing more than 12,000 motorcycles and recreational vehicles into the U.S. that lack EPA certification showing they meet federal pollution standards.
A recent Journal editorial noted an appalling double standard: the Department of Justice has given a pass to senior officials at the Environmental Protection Agency who enabled fake spy John Beale to steal almost $900,000 from taxpayers.
Carbon regulations can be crafted to help offset climate change without "shutting down business in its tracks," U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy said at a major energy conference on Thursday.
The House of Representatives voted Thursday to block the EPA's recent rules limiting carbon pollution from power plants, a move aimed at curbing President Obama's "war on Coal."
A rendering depicts plans for the regional Exelon Corp. headquarters at Harbor Point.
Last week, security guards at Duke Energy's Charlotte headquarters blocked me from delivering 9,000 petitions signed by Duke customers calling on the company to clean up its toxic coal ash, in the wake of a spill that decimated 70 miles of the Dan River.
In this Feb. 28, 2014, file photo, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy discusses proposed regulations with coal industry leaders at Dakota Gasification Synfuels Plant in Beulah, N.D. In a long-expected skirmish, House Republicans are moving to block President Barack Obama's plan to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.
Thirteen employees who were exposed to radiation during a leak at the nation's only underground nuclear waste dump aren't likely to experience any health effects, federal officials said Wednesday.
One of the nation's largest coal producers will pay a $27.5 million fine and spend $200 million to reduce illegal toxic discharges into hundreds of waterways across five Appalachian states, according to a proposed settlement on Wednesday.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a report that found green infrastructure can be a cost-effective solution to controlling stormwater while providing numerous economic benefits.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is not protecting our food supply. The FDA takes its orders from congress, and no amount of lobbying by the people has an effect upon the agency.
Three Illinois congressmen have signed a letter asking for a federal investigation into the handling and potential health effects of petroleum coke.