- Uncle Sam wants you--to buy brownfields. // Buildings;Dec96, Vol. 90 Issue 12, p16
Reports on the efforts of the United States' Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to make brownfields, former industrial sites which were abandoned and subject to various levels of environmental contamination, attractive lending targets for banks and other financial institutions. Comments from...
- EPA ORDERS THE CLEANING OF AMERICA'S LARGEST BODY OF CONTAMINATED WATER. // Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948);Jun2002, Vol. 203 Issue 6, p6
Reports that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ordered various mining companies to cleanup the Berkeley Pit in Montana which has been contaminated by the companies' hazardous wastes.
- EPA emits strong denial. Heine, Max // Overdrive;Feb99, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p13
Reports on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s denial that it knew in advance of the defeat devices that led to a $185 million fine of six automobile engine makers in the United States in October 1998. Volvo's claims that they advised EPA in 1994 that tests for nitroxide...
- Recovery-recycling unit sales still soft, despite EPA rules. Checket-Hanks, B. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;7/19/93, Vol. 189 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the impact of the Environmental Protection Agency's no-venting regulations on refrigerator recovery-recycle unit manufacturers. Proper equipment; Build rate; `Bicycle pumps'; Distribution levels; Increase in the sales of some models.
- Reclaiming brownfields. // BioCycle;Nov96, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p12
Reports on the United States Environmental Protection Agency's awarding of grants toward the redevelopment of large abandoned industrial sites or brownfields in three Midwest urban areas.
- The rose industry exception for early entry into pesticide treated greenhouses: Romance in... Megara, John M. // Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review;Summer98, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p941
Argues that the US Environmental Protection Agency has failed to consider all of the required factors when it engaged in a cost-benefit analysis that led to its decision to grant the rose industry exception. Problems of the cost-benefit analysis; History of pesticide legislation in the United...
- Aftermarket access to vehicle programs due by Dec. 1997. // Aftermarket Business;08/01/96, Vol. 106 Issue 8, p1
Focuses on the US Environmental Protection Agency's deadline to vehicle makers concerning on-board access codes. Concerns on vehicle repairs; System proposal from the state of California; Comments from industry executives.
- Envirowatch. // Industrial Paint & Powder;Mar98, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p7
Presents news items on issues pertaining to the paint industry and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States. Commitment by the EPA to improve accuracy in enforcement database information; Plans by the EPA to establish open market air-emissions trading programs through...
- EPA: Phasing out pesticide will lower health risk. // Nation's Health;Aug96, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p6
Reports on the Environmental Protection Agency's July 19, 1996 announcement that manufacturers of the herbicide cyanazine will voluntarily phase out its use by the end of 1999.
- Superfund struggle. Greczyn, Mary // Waste News;03/17/97, Vol. 2 Issue 43, p2
States that the United States Environmental Protection Agency is assessing ways to provide relief to local governments facing cleanup costs, at Superfund sites that commingled solid and harzardous wastes. Identification of possible implementation strategies; Examination of ways to deal with...