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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Alfred C. Smith

Excerpt: Pursuant to 40 C.F.R. § 22.18, of EPA's Consolidated Rules of Practice, the Consent Agreement resolving this matter is hereby approved and incorporated by reference into this Final Order. The Respondents are hereby ORDERED to comply with all of the terms of the Consent Agreement, effective immediately upon receipt by Respondents of this Consent Agreement and Final Order.

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Statement of Involvement

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency amd U.S. Deparment of Agriculture Coopretion on the Implementaion of the Clean Water Act regulations for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations.

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Manual for Deising Chemicals : Application Practices

By: David L. Richardson

Excerpt: The Natonal Environmental Research Center Cincinnati has Reviewed this report and approven its publication. Approval does nto signfy that the contents nevessarily reflect the views and policies of the U.S. environmental protection Agency, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products vontitute endorsement or recommendation for use.

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Consolidated Iron and Metal

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The Consolidated Iron and Metal site is an inactive car and scrap metal junk yard located at the foot of Washington Street, Newburgh, Orange County, New York. The facility operated from the mid-1950's until 1999. The facility occupies about 7 acres of land bordering the Hudson River in a mixed industrial, commercial, and residential area. The site is bounded by a boat marina and restaurant to the north, Conrail railroad tracks and South Water Street to the west,...

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Fiscal Year 2003 Annual Report

By: Michael O. Leavitt

Excerpt: Message from the Chief Financial Officer I am pleased to provide EPA’s Annual Report for FY 2003. At the 10-year mark following the enactment of the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993, we are proud of our accomplishments in fulfilling its mandate. At EPA, the cycle of planning, budgeting, program implementation, performance measurement, and annual reporting is producing valuable results. Working with our partners in state, tribal, and local governmen...

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Cleveland Mill New Mexico

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: ! The site is an abandoned lead, zinc, and copper mine and mill covering about 4 acres near mine and about 10 acres of the bed of Little Walnut Creek. ! It is located 100 yards south of the Continental Divide at the headwaters of Little Walnut Creek. ! An on-site reservoir (now dry) was used for recreational purposes . ! Tailings from the mill were deposited in piles in the mill area and then washed into Little Walnut Creek.

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Index to Epa Test Methods

By: Peg Nelson

Excerpt: Preface To respond to frequent requests for agency test methods, Region 1 Library staff developed this methods index as a tool to help locate copies of them. Confirming that there was no one volume containing all agency methods and no comprehensive list of them, the project commenced and in 1988 the first printed Index to EPA Test Methods was published as EPA 901/3-88-001. It has been updated periodically to reflect new procedures and revoked methods and the cur...

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Goal 10 : Effective Management

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: EPA management provides vision, leadership, and support for all Agency programs. The effectiveness of EPA’s management and the delivery of administrative services will determine, in large measure, the Agency’s success in achieving its environmental mission. Sound leadership, proactive human resources management, rational policy guidance, innovation, quality customer service, consultation with stakeholders, results-based planning and budgeting, and fiscal respons...

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Congressional District Documents Series, District 11

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Congressional District County 11 Delaware, Pennsylvania (19 Districts)

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: David B. Conroy

Excerpt: On July 17,2003, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CT DEP) submitted to EPA its recalculated 2007 motor vehicle emission budgets for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) for the state's two ozone nonattainment areas. CT DEP submitted these MOBILE6.2 budgets as replacement for its MOBILE5b 2007 motor vehicle emission budgets which were approved as components of Connecticut's attainment demonstration for the one-hour oz...

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Enclosure I Richmond Ozone Nonattainment Area Request for Reclassi...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Provided below is additional monitoring, modeling, and emissions data and analyses to further support the Commonwealth?s request that the Richmond area be reclassified to a ?marginal? nonattainment area under the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. Ozone Air Quality Monitoring The previous technical data provided demonstrated that the majority of the ozone air quality characteristics and trends for the Richmond area are indicative of a marginal n...

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The Uv Index Sun Protection Table—Notes on Supplied Clipart

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Notes on artwork usage File names are shown with visual examples to help you identify which file to use. Colour tables have been supplied for colour reference. The accompanying eps, gif and wmf files supplied have been colour biased for their respective mediums; CMYK eps files for print reproduction, RGB gif files for on-screen reproduction.

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Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol for Hazardous ...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: This document provides guidance to U.S. EPA Regions and States on how best to implement RCRA and U.S. EPA?s regulations to facilitate permitting decisions for hazardous waste combustion facilities. It also provides guidance to the public and to the regulated community on how U.S. EPA intends to exercise its discretion in implementing its regulations. The document does not substitute for U.S. EPA?s regulations, nor is it a regulation itself. Thus, it cannot impos...

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Part II United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: SUMMARY: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is today listing as hazardous nonwastewaters generated from the production of certain dyes, pigments, and FD&C colorants. EPA is promulgating this regulation under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), which directs EPA to determine whether these wastes pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when they are improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of...

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Recycling Means Business

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Over the past decade, ambitious collection programs instituted by communities and organizations across America have diverted millions of tons of recyclable materials from the solid waste stream. The number of community curbside collection programs alone has increased by 500 percent over the past five years, with more than 6,600 curbside collection programs in place. Many government agencies, businesses, and organizations also instituted in-house recycling collec...

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Regional Vulnerability Assessment of Future Scenarios in the Mid-A...

By: Elizabeth R. Smith, Ph. D.

Excerpt: Scientific Problem and Policy Issues Decision-makers need information on projected changes in land use, resource extraction, spread of non-indigenous species, pollution and pollutants, and climate in order to anticipate changes in regional vulnerability. Insights into these changes will result in better informed decision-making by allowing evaluation of risk management options with regard to possible cumulative and aggregate impacts from multiple stressors. Meth...

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Table Ii. Epcra Section 313 Chemical List for Reporting Year 2000 ...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Individually listed EPCRA Section 313 chemicals with CAS Registry Numbers are arranged alphabetically starting on page II?3. Following the alphabetical list, the EPCRA Section 313 chemicals are arranged in CAS Registry Number order. Covered chemical categories follow. Certain EPCRA Section 313 chemicals listed in Table II have parenthetic ?qualifiers.? These qualifiers indicate that these EPCRA Section 313 chemicals are subject to the section 313 reporting requi...

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Obesity and the Environment

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Obesity increases the rate of disease, disability, and health care expenditures, while decreasing productivity and quality of life. For example, obesity is linked to the dramatic increase in type-2 diabetes and in psychosocial disorders now being seen among children. Other morbidities associated with obesity include: asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, and kidney disease. Obesity-associated health care costs account for approximately 7% of national expenditures.

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Training Module

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: DISCLAIMER This document was developed by Booz Allen Hamilton under contract 68-W-01-020 to EPA. It is intended to be used as a training tool for Call Center specialists and does not represent a statement of EPA policy. The information in this document is not by any means a complete representation of EPA s regulations or policies. This document is used only in the capacity of the Call Center training and is not used as a reference tool on Call Center calls. The ...

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Lodi Municipal Well

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The Lodi Municipal Well site consists of the Home Place Well, which is located in the Borough of Lodi. Groundwater from the Home Place Well showed both radiological and chemical contamination. In addition to the Home Place Well, ten other municipal wells exist in the area. All eleven municipal wells were investigated to varying degrees to determine the quality of groundwater in the vicinity of the Home Place Well. All of these municipal wells, including Home Pla...

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