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Center Directors Directory August 12, 2004

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Marshall Anderson University of Cincinnati College of Medicine PO Box 670056 Cincinnati, OH 45267-0056 (T) (513) 558-5701 (F) (513) 558-0071 (E) marshall.anderson@uc.edu Joe Beckman Oregon State University 1011 ALS Corvallis, OR 97331 (T) (541) 737-8820 (F) (541) 737-4371 (E) joe.beckman@orst.edu

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The Freshwater Spills Symposium 2004 Agenda (In-Depth)

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Don Smith, EPA Region 6 Roland Guidry - LOSCO The EPA Region 6 Oil Program: An Integrated Approach - Jimmy Graham, EPA Region 6

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Crown Ethers

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Disposal: No waste strems contaning crown ethers shall be disposed of in sinks or general refuse. Surplus crown ethers or chemical waste streams contaminated with croen ethers shall be handled as hazardous chemical waste and disposed of in accordance with the Nih chemical waste disposal system.

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Members, Alternates and Affiliate Contacts

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Babafemi Adesanya Environmental Justice Information Center 27 West Queen's Way Suite 102 Hampton, VA 23669 Phone: 804/728-3836 Fax: 804/728-9058 e-mail: femi@cs.hamptonu.edu Environmental Justice

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Fact Sheet Final Rule for Reducing Regional Transport of Ground-Le...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: TODAY?S ACTION: ? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing three actions that address the regional transport of ground-level ozone, the main component of smog: 1) a final rule requiring 22 States and the District of Columbia to submit State implementation plans that address the regional transport of ground-level ozone through reductions in nitrogen oxides or ?NOx? (this rule is commonly known as the NOx SIP call), 2) proposed federal requirements ...

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Diane L. Sipe

Excerpt: Pursuant to Section 1414(a)(2)(B) of the 1996 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is required to notify an appropriate locally elected official of any action taken in a State that does not have primary enforcement authority for public water systems. The State of Wyoming does not have primary enforcement authority for public water systems under the SDWA. An Administrative Order is being issued under Section ...

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Guidance to Identify, Quantify, And Reduce Laboratory Subsampling ...

By: John M. Nocerino

Excerpt: Scientific Problem and Policy Issues Nearly all environmental research programs require the collection of samples in the field. However, the overwhelming majority of efforts (in terms of time and cost) to control and quantify error components in the data are concentrated on laboratory analyses. It has been repeatedly stated that 80% of the total error occurs in the field for the more stable contaminants (e.g., metals, PCBs, and pesticides) and up to 99.99% of th...

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Sustainable Resources for the Future

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: ?This research is part of a larger effort to develop and evaluate? alternatives for juvenile salmon and steelhead in the Snake and Columbia Rivers. Results have been/will be used to make decisions on which salmon recovery strategies are most likely to be effective?. USGS scientists have good record of being ?credible? and unbiased in their reporting and analysis of results.?

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Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet Ozone Disinfection

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Disinfection is considered to be the primary mechanism for the inactivation/destruction of pathogenic organisms to prevent the spread of waterborne diseases to downstream users and the environment. It is important that wastewater be adequately treated prior to disinfection in order for any disinfectant to be effective. Table 1 lists some common microorganisms found in domestic wastewater and the diseases associated with them.

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Federal Lands and Indian Reservations

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Reclamation Department of Defense (includes Army Corps of Engineers lakes) Fish and Wildlife Service / Wilderness Forest Service / Wilderness National Park Service / Wilderness AFB NF NWR Res Air Force Base National Forest National Wildlife Refuge Reservoir Abbreviations Some small sites are not shown, especially in urban areas. MILES 0 25 50 75 100 Albers equal area projection

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Richard E. Greene

Excerpt: Thank you for your letter of March 19,2004, forwarding the Sac and Fox Nation's recommendations on air quality designations for the particulate matter 2.5 (PM 2.5) National ~mbienAt ir Quality Standard. Based on the 2001-2003 ambient PM 2.5 data, you are recommending the attainment/unclassifiable designation for the Sac and Fox Nation. We will carefully review your recommendation and consult with you, if questions arise, as we work to make our final designations...

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Usgs National Hydrography Dataset Newsletter

By: Jeff Simley

Excerpt: 100K Status: A final step in the production of intermediate-scale NHD is to correctly set the stream level based on the proper sequence of streams making up the final national database. Every effort was made to correctly code the levels in the initial 1:100K-scale production, but they may need to be updated as the full network is established. This re-leveling process is underway with just under half the nation completed. The entire process should be completed mi...

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Epa Superfund Update Estech General Chemical Company Site

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Introduction The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide information related to the Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis (EE/CA) being conducted at the Estech General Chemical Company site (the ?Site?) in Navassa, North Carolina. As part of the EE/CA process, EPA is required to hold a 30-day public comment period in order to ask for public input on the selection of the preferred alternatives for the site. If you have any questions or comments regarding the info...

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Five-Year Review Begins

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) conducts regular five-year reviews on certain Superfund sites, as required by the Superfund law [42 U.S.C. § 9621(c)]. EPA Region 7 and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) have started their first five-year review of the Missouri Electric Works Superfund site, 824 South Kingshighway, Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

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North Railroad Avenue Plume Superfund Site

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The Site is located in the central business district within the town of Espa?ola, not far area from a mixed residential area, some small farms, and service businesses and light industrial sites. According to the 1990 U.S. Census, Espa?ola has a population of 8,389 people. The Hispanic and Native American community comprise approximately 50% of the population. The Santa Clara Pueblo has a population of 2,400 people.

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Radcliff-Elizabethtown Kentucky Urbanized Area Storm Water Entitie...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Radcliff-Elizabethtown Kentucky Urbanized Area Storm Water Entities as Defined by the 2000 Census

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Biodegradation of Mtbe Using an Innovative Biomass Concentrator Re...

By: Albert D. Venosa

Excerpt: MtBE as Fuel Additive z First used in U.S. as an octane enhancer in 1979 z reformulated gasoline programs and implemented them in 1992 and 1994 to reduce CO and O3 in high pollution areas ? add oxygenates to gasoline for more efficient combustion ? oxygenate, 15% use ethanol z Sources in the environment ? Refineries where it is produced ? LUSTs

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Woodland Route 72 Dump

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Site Description The Woodland Route 72 Dump site is a 12-acre industrial dump located along Route 72, just two miles away from an almost identical site on Route 532. Both are on the National Priorities List. From the early 1950s to the mid-1960s, various wastes were brought to this uncontrolled disposal site in 55-gallon drums and in bulk transport. Records indicated that the wastes were dumped into open pits and trenches, and then burned. However, investigation...

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Business Case for Information Services : Epa's Regional Libraries ...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: I. Executive Summary: The Environmental Protection Agency’s network of regional libraries and environmental center libraries provides substantial value to the Agency, its professional staff, stakeholders, and the public. Calculated conservatively, the benefit-to-cost ratio for EPA library services ranges between 2:1 and 5.7:1. Libraries and librarians are nonetheless a significant investment, costing the Agency roughly $6.2 million annually to operate and mainta...

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Suppressed Catalytic Activity of Base Excision Repair Enzymes on R...

By: Brian C. Beard

Excerpt: The majority of DNA in eukaryotic cells exists in the highly condensed structural hierarchy of chromatin, which presents a challenge to DNA repair enzymes in that recognition, incision, and restoration of the original sequence at most sites must take place within these structural constraints. To test base excision repair (BER) activities on chromatin substrates, an in vitro system was developed that uses human uracil DNA glycosylase (UDG), apyrimidinicyapurinic ...

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