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27 December 04, Issue 397
In this issue:
SPILL
"1,500 Workers Clean Up Oil Spill in Veracruz." Los Angeles Times, 25 December 04.
"Mass Desert Cleanup Continues Month after Gas Pipeline Burst." 23 December 04.
""ConocoPhillips Denies Blame in Wash. Spill." Associated Press, 23 December 04.
MERCURY
"Company Admits Indonesia Mercury Release." Associated Press, 22 December 04.
PESTICIDES
"EPA May Lift Ban on Dow's Termite Killer." Washington Post, 21 December 04, A3.
CONTINGENCY PLANNING
"AP: Tanker Blast Would Impact Mile Radius." Associated Press, 20 December 04.
"EPA Fines Nevada Geothermal Plant $3,000 at Empire." Associated Press, 21 December 04.
20 December 04, Issue 396
In this issue:
SPILL
"More Fuel Spills From Freighter in Alaska." Associated Press, 17 December 04.
"Accident Closes Part of Houston Channel." Associated Press, 16 December 04.
"Acid Leak in Georgia Prompts Evacuations." Associated Press, 16 December 04.
"Truck Accident Spills Millions of Honeybees on Las Vegas Freeway." San Francisco Chronicle, 16 December 04.
SUPERFUND
"Supreme Court Limits Pollution Cleanup Lawsuits." Associated Press, 13 December 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Morton Prepares for Pricey Cleanup." Chicago Tribune, 18 December 04.
CLEAN AIR
"EPA Says 224 Counties Fail Air Standards." Associated Press, 18 December 04
DIOXIN
"Dioxin Compensation for Vietnam Veterans Still Costing Billions." Associated Press, 18 December 04.
MERCURY
"A Hidden Cost of China's Growth: Mercury Migration." Wall Street Journal, 17 December 04.
METHYL BROMIDE
"Earth-Hostile Chemical Gets White House OK." Associated Press, 17 December 04.
AND LOCALLY
"School Asbestos Infuriates Parents." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 14 December 04, A1, A6. " Asbestos Hastens School's Break." Honolulu Advertiser, 15 December 04, A1, A7. "Asbestos Concerns Closes School Early." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 15 December 04, A1, A12.
13 December 04, Issue 395
In this issue:
SPILL
"Major Fuel Spill Reported in Alaska." Associated Press, 10 December 04. "Freighter Spills Fuel Into Wildlife Habitat." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 10 December 04, A12.
"Chinese Boats Try to Contain Oil Spill." Associated Press, 9 December 04.
"Object That Tanker Hit on Del. River Found." Associated Press, 8 December 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
Nevada Agrees EPA Should Lead Cleanup of Polluted Mine." 10 December 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"Campbell Soup Accused of Breaking Laws." Associated Press, 10 December 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"Lawsuit Pushes Md. on Pollution." Washington Post, 10 December 04, B1.
SAFE DRINKING WATER
"Government Relying on Industry to Protect Water Supplies." Associated Press, 9 December 04.
TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
"EPA Seeks Teflon Penalties Against DuPont." Associated Press, 6 December 04.
PESTICIDES
"EPA Fines Import Firm Over Illegal Mothballs." 10 December 04.
RECORDKEEPPING
"Edison: Minor Injuries Missed." Los Angeles Times, 4 December 04.
AND LOCALLY
"More Asbestos Found at King School." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 8 December 04, A1, A6. "Asbestos Found in School." Honolulu Advertiser, 9 December 04, B1, B3.
"Cyanide Bottle Found in Kalani High Loft." Honolulu Advertiser, 10 December 04, B10.
06 December 04, Issue 394
In this issue:
SPILL
"Blast Triggers Fire at Plant." Associated Press, 4 December 04.
"Delaware River Oil Oozes, Mess Gets Murkier." Los Angeles Times, 4 December 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"EPA Sees Toxic Waste Sites, Costs Growing." Associated Press, 3 December 04.
COMPLIANCE
"AK Steel Reaches $1.2 Million Pollution Settlement Over Butler Plant." Associated Press, 3 December 04.
BHOPAL
"Bhopal Marks Anniversary with Candlelight Vigil." Reuters, 3 December 04.
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
"Coal Mine Explosion in China Traps 166." Associated Press, 28 November 04. "Coal Mine Blast in China Traps 170." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 28 November 04, A3. "63 Dead, 103 Feared Lost in Mine Blast." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 30 November 04, A7.
BENZENE
"Benzene Exposure Linked to Blood Changes." Associated Press, 3 December 04.
COAL MINING
"Way of Life Wanes for Anthracite Miners." Associated Press, 24 November 04. "Anthracite Hard, Life harder for Miners of Pennsylvania." Honolulu Advertiser, 29 November 04, C1, C4.
LEAD
"Cleanup of lead to start." Chicago Tribune, 3 December 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Rocket Fuel Chemical Found in Organic Milk." Associated Press, 30 November 04.
TOXICOLOGY
"AP: EPA Looking at Using Human Tests." Associated Press, 30 November 04.
FORKLIFT SAFETY
"Worker Dies in Fall at Farm." Los Angeles Times, 30 November 04.
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29 November 04, Issue 393
In this issue:
SPILL
"Tanker Spills Crude Oil in Delaware River." Associated Press, 27 November 04.
SUPERFUND
"Lack of Funding Slows Cleanup Of Hundreds of Superfund Sites." Washington Post, 25 November 04, A1.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION
"FAA Must Improve Oversight of Hazardous Materials, Report Says." Washington Post, 27 November 04, A11.
INDOOR AIR QUALITY
"Church Candles Are Linked to Pollution." Los Angeles Times, 21 November 04.
BIOACCUMULATION
"Sea Life Teeming With Toxins." Associated Press, 21 November 04.
PERSISTENCE
"Flame Retardant PBDE Found in Lake Michigan, Adding to Concerns." Associated Press, 24 November 04.
AND LOCALLY
"Asbestos Dust Shuts King School Building." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 23 November 04, A1, A6.
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22 November 04, Issue 392
In this issue:
SPILL
"Gas Leak from Oil Platform Off SoCal Triggers Evacuation of Crew." San Francisco Chronicle, 18 November 04.
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
"California Housing Project Resurrects Buried Tanker Car." Chicago Tribune, 20 November 04.
CLEAN AIR
"EPA Back Seven Chemicals As Lesser Evils." Associated Press, 18 November 04.
"Ship, Train Emissions Targeted." Los Angeles Times, 19 November 04.
CLEAN WATER
"D.C. Water Test Finds Toxic Substance." Washington Post, 19 November 04, B1.
BIOACCUMULATION
Scientists Warn of Toxins in Fish." Associated Press, 20 November 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"DuPont Faces New Complaint." Washington Post, 18, November 04, A15.
"High Contamination Reported in Arctic Russians." Los Angeles Times, 18 November 04.
FALL PROTECTION
"OSHA investigates Death of Worker Who Fell Off Truck." Chicago Tribune, 18 November 04.
AND LOCALLY
"For EPA Fiscal '04 Was a Busy Year." Honolulu Advertiser, 17 November 04, A3.
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15 November 04, Issue 391
In this issue:
SPILL
"Derailment Spills 20,000 Gallons of Beer." By Associated Press, 12 November 04.
"In the Sound, Fury Over Spill." Los Angeles Times, 7 November 04.
SUPERFUND
"Toxic Cleanup a $10-Million Failure." Associated Press, 7 November 04.
"Canada, U.S. Dispute Cross-Border Pollution Cleanup in Northwest." Associated Press, 12 November 04.
SAFE DRINKING WATER
"Airlines OK Tap-Water Tests." Associated Press, 10 November 04. "1 In 8 Planes Fail EPA Water Test." Honolulu Advertiser, 10 November 04, A3.
UNDERGROUND UTILITIES
"2 Killed, 6 Injured in Pipeline Explosion." Los Angeles Times, 10 November 04.
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08 November 04, Issue 390
In this issue:
SPILL
"Families Evacuated After Chemical Spill." Associated Press, 1 November 04.
"Residents, Businesses Forced Out by Gas Spill." Los Angeles Times, 2 November 04.
HAZARDOUUS MATERIAL SHIPPING
"EPA Study Says Nuclear Shipments Broke Rules for Testing." San Francisco Chronicle, 2 November 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Los Angeles Air Quality Best On Record, but Remains Nation's Worst." Associated Press, 4 November 04.
MTBE
"A Gasoline Additive Lingers in New York's Drinking Water."New York Times, 31 October 04.
NICOTINE
"Study Targets Key to Nicotine Addiction." Associated Press, 5 November 04.
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01 November 04, Issue 389
In this issue:
SPILL
"Fumes Force Union Station Evacuation." Associated Press, 29 October 04.
"W.Va. Residents Can Return After Leak." Associated Press, 29 October 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Naperville, 2 Firms Cited in Illegal Dumping." Chicago Tribune, 29 October 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Bhopal Gas Victims Appeal to Indian Court." Associated Press, 29 October 04.
PESTICIDES
"Study of Pesticides and Children Stirs Protests." Washington Post, 30 October 04, A2.
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25 October 04, Issue 388
In this issue:
CLEAN WATER
"Gov. Backs Coastal Protection." Los Angeles Times, 19 October 04.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
"U.S. to Aid Albania in Destroying Chemicals." Washington Post, 22 October 04, A16.
ASBESTOS
"Jury Finds No Fraud in Big Asbestos Case." Reuters, 22 October 04.
MERCURY
"Excess Mercury Levels Increasing." Washington Post, 21 October 04, A2.
COMPLIANCE
"Violations Found at Ill. Plant in Blast." Associated Press, 23 October 04.
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18 October 04, Issue 387
In this issue:
SPILL
"Several Freight Cars Derail, Forcing Evacuations." Associated Press, 16 October 04.
"Mystery Oil Spill Stains Wash. State Coast." Associated Press, 15 October 04.
"Missing Cyanide Drum Found in N.D." Associated Press, 12 October 04.
CLEAN AIR
"State Money Helped Dairies Dirty the Air." Los Angeles Times, 11 October 04.
ENFORCEMENT
"Group Says Bush Easy on Polluters." Los Angeles Times, 13 October 04.
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11 October 04, Issue 386
In this issue:
SPILL
"Ivan Causes Oil Pipeline Leaks in Gulf." Associated Press, 7 October 04.
SUPERFUND
"Supreme Court Debates Pollution Cleanup." Associated Press, 6 October 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"Citgo Reaches $323 Million Emissions Settlement." Washington Post, 7 October 04, A12.
ASBESTOS
"EPA Fines South Tahoe Businesses $50,000 for Asbestos." Associated Press, 7 October 04.
LEAD
"Lead Levels in Water Misrepresented Across U.S." Washington Post, 5 October 04, A1.
OSHA RULEMAKING
"OSHA Withdraws More Rules Than It Makes, Reviews Find." Washington Post, 5 October 04, E1.
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4 October 04, Issue 385
In this issue:
SUPERFUND
"Love Canal Removed From Superfund List." Associated Press, 30 September 04.
"Cleanup Plan for Sierra Superfund Mine Selected." Associated Press, 29 September 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"Chevron Phillips to Pay $1.8M Penalty." Associated Press, 1 October 04.
"EPA Says Indiana Utility Violated Pollution Laws." Associated Press, 30 September 04.
CLEAN AIR
"EPA Cites Lack of Progress on Smog Cleanup." Associated Press, 1 October 04.
MONITORING
"Iowa News Building Evacuated Over Powder."Associated Press, 2 October 04.
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27 September 04, Issue 384
In this issue:
SPILL
"Freight Trains Collide in San Antonio, Spilling Magnesium Chloride." Associated Press, 25 September 04.
CLEAN WATER
"Refinery Charged in Toxic Dumping." Los Angeles Times, 21 September 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Calif. OKs World's Toughest Smog Rules." Associated Press, 25 September 04
"Acid Rain Pollution Up 4 Percent in 2003." Associated Press, 23 September 04.
ASBESTOS
"Once Surrounded by Asbestos, Now Surrounded by Their Fears." Los Angeles Times, 25 September 04.
MTBE
"State's MTBE plans assailed." Chicago Sun, 20 September 04.
DECONTAMINATION
"Army Clears Sales of Chemical-Attack Treatment to First Responders." Associated Press, 23 September 04.
BACK INJURY PREVENTION
"State Bans Hand-Weeding on Most Farms." Los Angeles Times, 24 September 04.
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20 September 04, Issue 383
In this issue:
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Benzene Dumper Faces Suit." Chicago Tribune, 17 September 04.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
"Army: Nerve Agent Disposal May Take Time." Associated Press, 17 September 04.
LOCKOUT / TAGOUT
"Post Co. Cited for Safety Violations." Washington Post, 18 September 04, E2.
PERSONAL PROTECTION
"2 Porn Producers Get Safety Citations." Los Angeles Times, 17 September 04. "Porn Films Fined Over Unsafe Sex." Honolulu Advertiser, 17 September 04, A6.
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13 September 04, Issue 382
In this issue:
SPILL
"Hurricane Spills Gallons of Acidic Waste." Associated Press, 8 September 04.
"Tanker Drives Into Ocean, Stranding Keys." Associated Press, 8 September 04.
NUCLEAR WASTE
"Radioactive Plume Detected Near Former LA Nuclear Research Site." San Francisco Chronicle, 10 September 04.
UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE
"Nerve Gas Rocket Disposal Begins at Army Depot in Oregon." Associated Press , 8 September 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Study: Dirty Air Lowers Lung Capacity." Associated Press, 9 September 04.
TOXIC RELEASE INVENTORY
"DuPont Agrees to Settle in Teflon Suit." Associated Press, 9 September 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Women Near Twin Towers Had Smaller Babies, Study Finds."Los Angeles Times, 9 September 04.
BIOACCUMULATION
"Bay Seabird Has Record Level of Toxic Chemical." Los Angeles Times, 10 September 04.
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6 September 04, Issue 381
In this issue:
SPILL
"Pepper Spray Sets Off Elaborate D.C. Response." Washington Post, 2 September 04, B1.
SUPERFUND
"Wash. Joins Lawsuit to Force Mine Cleanup." Associated Press, 31 August 04.
CLEAN WATER
"Toxic water worries residents." Chicago Tribune, 1 September 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Power Plant's Haze Has Neighbors Fuming." Chicago Tribune, 29 August 04.
AND LOCALLY
"Is State Watchdog Too Friendly?." Pacific Business News, 3 September 04, 1, 36.
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30 August 04, Issue 380
In this issue:
SPILL
"Chemical Plant Fire, Explosion Injures 12." Associated Press, 26 August 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Study: Nevada Power Plant Tops Nation in Lead Emissions." Associated Press, 27 August 04.
BIOACCUMULATION
"Fire Retardant Found in Puget Sound Orcas." Associated Press, 27 August 04.
"Pollution Led to Fish Advisories in 48 States." Associated Press, 25 August 04.
WETLANDS
"Willis to Pay $21, 000 for Violation." Associated Press, 27 August 04.
REMEDIATION
"Toxin Cleanup Goes Natural." Washington Post, 26 August 04, B1.
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
"Vapor Leakage Seen as Threat." Chicago Tribune, 23 August 04..
OVERHEAD PROTECTION
"Kendall Construction Site Collapse Kills 1 Worker, Injures 1." Chicago Tribune, 26 August 04..
AND LOCALLY
"EPA Warns Anglers of Risky Fishing Sites." Honolulu Advertiser, 25 August 04, B1, B2.
"Navy Calls Hazardous Waste Violation Severe." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 25 August 04, A9.
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23 August 04, Issue 379
In this issue:
SPILL
"Acid Spills During Class at Columbine High School, Injuring Teacher, Three Students." Associated Press, 19 August 04.
"Fort Wayne, Ind., Airport Closed for Hours After Substance Leaks from Unclaimed Bag." Associated Press, 18 August 04.
SUPERFUND
"Polluted Sites Could Face Shortage of Cleanup Money." New York Times, 16 August 04.
"City Wins Millions for Toxic Cleanup." Los Angeles Times, 17 August 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"Industries to Pay $56M for River Cleanup." Associated Press, 20 August 04.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
"Army Delays Disposal of Chemical Weapons." Associated Press, 17 August 04.
LEAD
"Anti-Lead Chemical To Be Put in Water." Washington Post, 19 August 04, B1.
ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY
"Mont. Jury Holds Texaco Liable in '55 Leak." Associated Press, 20 August 04.
HEAT STRESS
Report: Heat Stroke, a Concern Every Summer, Killed Farm Worker, Associated Press, 18 August 04.
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16 August 04, Issue 378
In this issue:
CLEAN WATER ACT
"ConocoPhillips Fined $485,000 for Cook Inlet Wastewater Violations." Associated Press, 12 August 04.
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
"Aurora Service Station Settles Leak Suit." Chicago Tribune, 13 August 04.
MERCURY
"EPA Mercury Plan Aims to Help Children." Associated Press, 10 August 04.
RADIATION SAFETY
"Truck Rollover Ties Up Rush Hour." Chicago Tribune, 13 August 04.
WORKER PROTECTION
"Disney Fined in Worker's Death." Chicago Tribune, 12 August 04.
AND LOCALLY
"Navy Fined for Alleged Illegal Dumping." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 11 August 04, A5.
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9 August 04, Issue 377
In this issue:
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Board to Consider Lab Site Testing." Los Angeles Times, 3 August 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
ExxonMobil Agrees to $5.5 Million Settlement Over San Juan River Pollution." Associated Press, 3 August 04.
STORMWATER POLLUTION
"Annual Study Finds Rise in Beach Closures." Associated Press, 6 August 04.
MERCURY
"Study Finds High Mercury in Lake Fish." Associated Press, 4 August 04.
SCAFFOLDS
"Worker Dies in Fall From Scaffolding." Washington Post, 7 August 04, B3.
ACCIDENT/INJURY RATES
"Judge Orders OSHA to Disclose Injury Rates." Associated Press, 3 August 04.
AND LOCALLY
"UH Reduces Its Toxic Waste, Pays $505K Government Fine." Honolulu Advertiser, 6 August 04, B5.
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2 August 04, Issue 376
In this issue:
SPILL
"Belgian 'Mini-Hiroshima' Gas Blast Kills 15." Reuters, 30 July 04.
"Blast Rocks Cal State Science Laboratory; Three Injured, Chemicals Spilled." Associated Press, 27 July 04.
SUPERFUND
"Lack of Funds Delaying Toxic Waste Cleanups." Washington Post, 28 July 04, A6.
"EPA: Exposure Risk at Some Toxic Sites." Associated Press, 27 July 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"New York Lake Cleanup Could Cost $2.33B." Associated Press, 30 July 04.
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
"Railroad Reaches $29M Settlement." Associated Press, July 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Environmental Rules Affect Refineries Most." Associated Press, 27 July 04. "Pesticide Rules Eased." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 30 July 04, C8.
PESTICIDES
"EPA Will Not Have to Consult Wildlife Agencies on Pesticides." Washington Post, 30 July 04, A7.
CRANE SAFETY
"OSHA Fines Company for Crane Collapse." Associated Press, 30 July 04.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
"U.S. Team Gets Masks For Athens." Washington Post, 31 July 04, D1.
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26 July 2004, Issue 375
In this issue:
SPILL
"Chemical Spill at Dow Corning Plant in Kentucky Disrupts Highway, Water and Rail Traffic." Associated Press, 22 July 04.
SPILL PREVENTION
"Greenpeace Ship Accused of Breaking Environmental Laws in Alaska By not Filing Oil-Spill Response Plan." Associated Press, 23 July 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Pentagon Finds Contamination at 14 Bases." Associated Press, 23 July 04.
SUPERFUND
"Tribe Sues Owner of Canadian Smelter." Associated Press, 21 July 04.
CLEAN WATER
"Bay Group Toughens Stance on Cleanup." Washington Post, 22 July 04, PG3.
ASBESTOS
"CDC: Asbestos Deaths Climb Since '60s." Associated Press, 23 July 04.
LEAD
"Lead Scare Prompts EPA Review Of Rules." Washington Post, 23 July 04, B1.
AND LOCALLY
"More Trash Being Transformed." Honolulu Advertiser, 22 July 04, A1, A6.
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19 July 2004, Issue 374
In this issue:
SPILL
"Suit Blames CSX for 2001 Train Derailment." Associated Press, 16 July 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"United to Pay to Resolve Waste Violations." Associated Press, 12 July 04.
"Rotting Pesticides Plague Africa; Cleanup Planned." Reuters, 16 July 04.
"Rocky Flats Demolition Starts." Associated Press, 16 July 04.
CLEAN AIR
"EPA Weighs Pollution Lawsuits at 22 Sites." Associated Press, 15 July 04.
DECONTAMINATION
"Former Tabloid Headquarters Fumigated After Deadly Anthrax Attack." Associated Press, 11 July 04.
MERCURY
"NY Law Bans Mercury-Powered Toys." Associated Press, 12 July 04.
METHYL BROMIDE
"U.S. to Seek Further Waiver For Ozone-Harming Pesticide." Washington Post, 13 July 04, A3
MOLD
"Builder Arrested on School Fraud Charges." Associated Press, 15 July 04.
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12 July 2004, Issue 373
In this issue:
SPILL
"Fumes From Transformer Fire Sicken Hotel Guests Near Newark Airport." New York Times, 8 July 04.
NUCLEAR WASTE
"Court Deals Blow to Effort to Bury Nuclear Waste in Nevada." New York Times, 9 July 04.
TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
"EPA to Fine DuPont for Silence on Teflon Chemical." Washington Post, 9 July 04, A3.
CLEAN AIR
"Ohio Utility Agrees to Spend $1.1 Billion on Pollution Controls." Associated Press, 8 July 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"Oil Group Sues Over Calif. Pollution Rules." Associated Press, 8 July 04.
HAZMAT TRANSPORTATION
"Business, Labor Fight Over Hazmat Handling." Washington Post, 6 July 04, E1.
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5 July 2004, Issue 372
In this issue:
SPILL
"3 Killed by Fumes from Texas Train Crash."Associated Press, 29 June 04.
CLEAN AIR
"EPA Blames Soot for Unhealthful Air." Associated Press, 30 June 04.
EPIDEMIOLOGY
"Cancer Among Firefighters Prompts Inquiry." Washington Post,, 30 June 04, B2.
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28 June 04, Issue 371
In this issue:
SPILL
"71 Killed When Tanker of Gasoline Hits Buses." Los Angeles Times, 26 June 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Mexico, United States agree to clean up contaminated site in Tijuana." Associated Press, 24 June 04.
TOXIC RELEASE INVENTORY
"Cancer Among Firefighters Prompts Inquiry." Washington Post,, 30 June 04, B2.
AIR POLLUTION
"Five National Parks Deemed Polluted." Associated Press, 25 June 04.
ASBESTOS
"Asbestos Removal Lacked Safeguards, Workers Claim." Los Angeles Times, 23 June 04.
BIOACCUMULATION
"Study: Toxic Chemical Found in Cow's Milk." Associated Press, 22 June 04.
AND LOCALLY
"Dozens of Chemicals in Oahu Streams." Honolulu Advertiser, 22 June 04, B1, B4.
"Cleanup of Dumped Tires Cost State $1.2M." Honolulu Advertiser, 23 June 04, B1.
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21 June 04, Issue 370
In this issue:
SPILL
"Popcorn Is Used to Simulate Oil Spill." Associated Press, 8 June 04.
"Workers Spill Tar into Protected Mexican Mangrove, Coral Reserve." San Francisco Chronicle, 17 June 04.
"Chemical Fire Erupts at Israeli Refineries in Haifa Port City." Associated Press, 15 June 04.
"Tank Cars Spill Flammable Liquid in Wash.." Associated Press, 7 June 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Study: Illnesses Linked to Power Plants." Associated Press, 9 June 04.
TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
"EPA to Act Against DuPont for an Ingredient in Teflon." Washington Post, 17 June 04, A2.
FORMALDEHYDE
"Formaldehyde Labeled a Carcinogen." Los Angeles Times, 16 June 04.
LEAD
"EPA Concludes WASA Broke Lead Law." Washington Post, 18 June 04, B1.
PERCHLORATE
"Perchlorate Isn't as Risky as Some Think, Study Says." Los Angeles Times, 12 June 04.
CLANDESTINE LABS
"Meth-Making Tenants Leave Costly Clean-Up." Associated Press, 19 June 04.
EPIDEMIOLOGY
"EPA Gives Grant to Leukemia Cluster Study." Associated Press, 18 June 04.
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17 May 2004, Issue 369
In this issue:
SPILL
"Sewage Holding Tank Explodes in Wash." Associated Press, 10 May 10, 04.
NUCLEAR WASTE
"U.S.-Russia Plutonium Disposal Project Languishing." Washington Post,, 10 May 04, A17.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"Wal-Mart to Pay $3.1M Fine for Pollution." Associated Press, 12 May 04.
CLEAN AIR
"EPA Aims to Cut Pollution from Equipment." Associated Press, 10 May 04.
PESTICIDES
"Study: American Pesticide Levels Are High." Associated Press, 11 May 04.
LOCKOUT/TAGOUT
"Man killed in elevator accident." Chicago Tribune, 13 May 04.
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10 May 2004, Issue 368
In this issue:
SPILL
"Truck Spills Gallons of Used Cooking Oil." Associated Press, 5 May 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"EPA halts export of WWII ship to China, citing toxic chemicals."Associated Press, 4 May 04.
SOLID WASTE
"Plastic Debris Found in Oceans." Washington Post, 7 May 04, A7.
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3 May 2004, Issue 367
In this issue:
SPILL
"Diesel Fouls Marsh Near San Francisco." Associated Press, 29 April 04.
"Radioactive Wastewater Spills Into Rhine." Associated Press, 28 April 04.
"North Korea Says 8,100 Homeless, Many Left 'Blind and Deaf' by Massive Train Explosion." Associated Press, 28 April 04.
CLEAN AIR
"159M Americans Live in High-Smog Regions." Associated Press, 29 April 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"Tyco Subsidiary Pleads Guilty." Associated Press, 29 April 04.
LEAD
"Tests Find Lead High At 29 D.C. Schools." Washington Post, 30 April 04, B1.
"GSA Warns Employees Of Lead in Fountains." Washington Post, 29 April 04, B1.
"High Lead Found in Boston Area Water." Washington Post, 28 April 04, A2.
MERCURY
"EPA Delays Mercury Regulations." Washington Post, 30 April 04, A2.
STEEL ERECTION
"Four Contractors Cited in Casino Collapse." Associated Press, 29 April 04.
WORKPLACE SAFETY
"Families Lobby for Workplace Safety." Associated Press, 27 April 04
AND LOCALLY
"Local Ship Repairers and OSHA Sign Safety Agreement." Pacific Business News, 30 April 04, 15.
"Fire Devours Sand Island Recycling Yard." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 1 May 04, A1, A6. "Crews Battle Recycling-Yard Fire." Honolulu Advertiser, 1 May 04, A1, A7.
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26 April 2004, Issue 366
In this issue:
SPILL
"Huge Blast Reported in N. Korea." Washington Post, 23 April 04, A1.
"4 Dead, 8 Wounded in Illinois Plant Blast." Associated Press, 24 April 04.
SPILL DRILLS
"Nontoxic Gas Test Near Pentagon to Aid Defense Against Attacks." Associated Press, 20 April 04.
"Ports Undertake Largest Oil Spill Exercise in U.S. History." Los Angeles Times, 21 April 04.
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
"Adult Movie Group: HIV Outbreak Contained." Associated Press, 22 April 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Hanford Contractor Alters Safety Orders." Washington Post, 22 April 04, A3.
WETLANDS
"Bush Calls for Reversing Wetlands Losses." Associated Press, 23 April 04.
ARSENIC
"State Releases Public Health Goal for Arsenic in Drinking Water." Associated Press, 23 April 04.
BERYLLIUM
"OSHA Offers Tests for Staff Exposed to Deadly Beryllium." Chicago Tribune, 24 April 04.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
"Officials Oppose Environmental Exemptions." Associated Press, 24 April 04.
TOXICOLOGY
"Arsenic Poisonings Provide Valuable Data." Associated Press, 24 April 04.
"Hawaii May Be 1st to Ban Flame Retardant." Associated Press, 21 April 04.
AIR MONITORING
"Road Sensors Detect Polluters in California." Chicago Tribune, 18 April 04.
"Better Monitoring Needed at Chemical Weapons Depots, Advocates Say." Associated Press, 20 April 04
SICK WORKERS
"Study: Workers Should Stay Home When Sick." Associated Press, 22 April 04.
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19 April 2004, Issue 365
In this issue:
SPILL
"Chinese Chlorine Gas Explosion Kills Nine." Associated Press, 17 April 04. "Gas Leak Kills 9; 150,000 Flee." Honolulu Advertiser, 17 April 04, A11.
SUPERFUND
"Idaho Superfund Cleanup Plan Discussed." Associated Press, 16 April 04.
"Old Colo. Weapons Site Now Animal Refuge." Associated Press, 16 April 04. "Former Weapons Site Now a Public Park." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 17 April 04, A8.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Cleaning Up the Ascon Waste Site's Nastiness." Los Angeles Times, 15 April 04
CLEAN AIR ACT
"EPA Says 474 Counties Fail Air Standards." Associated Press, 16 April 04. "Smoggy California, 30 Other States Face Pollution Curbs." Honolulu Advertiser, 16 April 04, A8.
AND LOCALLY
"Hotel Building is Evacuated." Honolulu Advertiser, 12 April 04, B1. "Fumes Force Evacuation of Hotel." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 12 April 04, A3.
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12 April 2004, Issue 364
In this issue:
SUPERFUND
"EPA Reaches $4.2 Million Deal to Clean Up San Jose Superfund Site." Associated Press, 7 April 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Navy Completes Handover of Former Island Bombing Site to Hawaii." Associated Press, 9 April 04. "Navy Completes Kahoolawe Hand-Over." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 10 April 04, A5.
"ConocoPhillips to Settle Pollution Suits." Associated Press, 6 April 04.
"EPA Seeks $100 Million in Fines, Costs from Idaho Mine Owner." Associated Press, 6 April 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"EPA Ready to Assess Smog Across Country." Associated Press, 9 April 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Portable Air Cleaners Are Popular -- But Do They Work?" Los Angeles Times, 5 April 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"21 States Not Meeting EPA Beach Deadline." Associated Press, 9 April 04. "Hawaii Now in Violation of EPA Rules on Beaches." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 10 April 04, A3. "State Fails to Meet Beaches Guideline." Honolulu Advertiser, 10 April 04, A3.
HYDROGEN SULFIDE
"Tyson Foods Fined $436G in Worker's Death." Associated Press, 9 April 04.
LEAD
"EPA Closes Off Contaminated Site." Chicago Tribune, 6 April 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Nuke Site Workers Fear Health Problems." Associated Press, 9 April 04.
WORKER SAFETY
"OSHA Takes Credit for Worker Death Decline." Associated Press, 8 April 04.
"Worker Struck and Killed By Coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain." Associated Press, 9 April 04.
AND LOCALLY
"Air Test Due After 22 Get Sick." Honolulu Advertiser, 10 April 04, B1. "Officials Play Down Health Risks of Mercury." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 10 April 04, A1, A6.
"$470,000 Award in Mold Lawsuit." Honolulu Advertiser, 10 April 04, B1, B6.
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5 April 2004, Issue 363
In this issue:
SPILL
"$10M Fine in Massachusetts Oil Spill." Associated Press, 29 March 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Rocket Fuel Maker Agrees to Pay Settlement." Los Angeles Times, 28 March 04.
CLANDESTINE LABS
"EPA Moves in to Clean Up Meth Lab Contamination in Home." Associated Press, 2 April 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Washington Governor Signs Bills to Curb Power Plant Emissions." Associated Press, 31 March 04.
CLEAN WATER ACT
"EPA Faulted on Clean-Water Violations." Washington Post, 31 March 04, A8.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
"Army Plans to Begin Destroying VX in Ind." Associated Press, 1 April 04.
LEAD
"WASA Violated Lead Law, EPA Says." Washington Post, 2 April 04, A1.
MERCURY
"States Call for Tougher Mercury Standards." Associated Press, 2 April 04.
EGRESS
"OSHA Finds Violations in Deadly Idaho Fire." Associated Press, 2 April 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Toxic America." San Francisco Chronicle, 28 March 04.
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29 March 2004, Issue 362
In this issue:
SPILL
"Reports: Oil Barge Owner to Pay $10M." Associated Press, 27 March 04.
"Firm to Pay About $600,000 to Clean Up After Oil Geyser." Los Angeles Times, 23 March 04.
"Ill. Nuke Plant to Reopen After Leak." Associated Press, 24 March 04.
CLANDESTINE LABS
"Drug Chemicals Found in Stone Park Home." Chicago Tribune, 26 March 04.
AMMONIUM PERCHLORATE
"Perchlorate Information Withheld, Suit Alleges." Los Angeles Times, 25 March 04.
LEAD
"Faulting EPA, D.C. Seeks $26 Million." Washington Post, 26 March 26, 2004, B1.
"U.S. Cleanup of Lead Sought for Gilberts." Chicago Tribune, 24 March 04.
OZONE
U.S. Trims Request for Exemptions From Pact on Saving Ozone Layer." New York Times, 27 March 04.
PESTICIDES
"Birth Weights Up After EPA Pesticide Ban, Study Finds." Washington Post, 25 March 04, A10.
AND LOCALLY
"HECO Reports Inquiry Into Acid Leak." Honolulu Advertiser, 11 March 04, C1.
"Bomb Explodes on Kahoolawe." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 16 March 04, A4.
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22 March 2004, Issue 361
In this issue:
CLEAN AIR
"N.C. Seeks Air Cleanup in Other States." Associated Press, 20 March 04.
SAFE DRINKING WATER
"EPA Urged To Tighten Rules on Tap Water." Washington Post, 18 March 04, A1.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Tech to study cancer data." San Francisco Chronicle, 19 March 04.
WORKER SAFETY
"AP's Worker Death Probe Elicits Concern." Associated Press, 18 March 04.
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15 March 2004, Issue 360
In this issue:
SPILL
"Chemical Warehouse on Fire Near Houston." Associated Press, 9 March 04.
SUPERFUND
"EPA Seeks to Expand Toxic Waste Cleanup."
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Toxic Dumping Ground Looks to Spread the Pain." New York Times, 10 March 04
"Mine's Pollution Fund Is Focus of Federal Agencies' Duel." New York Times, 8 March 04
SAFE DRINKING WATER
"EPA Data On Water Purity Faulted." Washington Post, 12 March 04, B1.
TRANSPORTATION BY RAIL
"NTSB: Half of Railroad Tankers Subpar." Associated Press, 9 March 04.
LEAD
"D.C. Water Problems Not Confined to Lead Pipes." Washington Post, 12 March 04.
PERCHLORATE
"State Plans to Regulate Perchlorate." Los Angeles Times, 11 March 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"EPA Studies Vapors From Microwave Popcorn." Associated Press, 11 March 04.
"New York City Residents, Workers Sue EPA." Associated Press, 10 March 04.
RECYCLING
"Consumers Warned on Computer Disposal."Associated Press, 11 March 04.
LOCKOUT / TAGOUT
"Trash Collector Fatally Crushed in Compactor." Los Angeles Times, 12 March 04.
NUISSANCE ODORS
"Odor Study Under Way in Delaware." Associated Press, 8 March 04.
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8 March 2004, Issue 359
In this issue:
SPILL
"21 Presumed Dead As Tanker Search Ends. Associated Press, 2 March 04.
"Sarin Nerve Agent Leaks From Ala. Bunker." Associated Press, 3 March 04.
"Flipped Gas Tanker Shuts Illinois 171 for 12 Hours." Chicago Tribune, 1 March 04.
SPILL RESPONSE
"Plan for Trans-Alaska Pipeline Overhaul Raises Spill Concerns." Associated Press, 2 March 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"PG&E's Toxic Plume Creeps Toward L.A. Water Supply." Los Angeles Times, 6 March 04.
"Cleanup of Ground Water Starts at JPL." Los Angeles Times, 6 March 04.
RESPONSIBLE PARTY
"Monsanto to Take Over Cleanup in Illinois." Associated Press, 2 March 04.
CLEAN WATER
"Chemical Leak in China Pollutes Water." Associated Press, 5 March 04.
LEAD
"Lead in Water Worries D.C. Residents." Associated Press, 5 March 04.
PCBS
"Tests Show Ala. Incinerator PCBs Too High." Associated Press, 4 March 04.
PESTICIDES
"U.S. Seeks Expanded Use of Curbed Pesticide." San Francisco Chronicle, 4 March 04.
BACK INJURIES
"Lifting Bags Is Dangerous for Screeners." Associated Press, 3 March 04
AND LOCALLY
"Terror Disaster Drill Strikes Aloha Stadium." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 5 March 04, C4.
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1 March 2004, Issue 358
In this issue:
SUPERFUND
"EPA Considers Sites for Superfund Status." Los Angeles Times, 24 February 04.
STORMWATER POLLUTION CONTROL
"EPA Orders Developer to Fix Violations at San Diego-Area Homes." Associated Press, 24 February 04.
WETLANDS
"Safe Wetlands, Safe Water."San Francisco Chronicle, 25 February 04.
LEAD
"Lead Fears Force D.C. To Expand Response." Washington Post, 28 February 04, A1.
"Federal Grant Targets Old Lead Smelter Site." Los Angeles Times, 28 February 04.
MERCURY
"EPA Hears Complaints About Mercury Plan." Associated Press, 25 February 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Ex-IBM Workers Lose Cancer Suit." Chicago Tribune, 27 February 04.
EXCAVATION SAFETY
"Rescued worker's case being reviewed by OSHA." Chicago Tribune, 25 February 04.
WORKPLACE SAFETY
"U.S. Shelves Nuke Safety Rules Proposal." Associated Press, 23 February 04.
INCINERATION
"EPA to Rework Rules On Incinerator Emissions." Washington Post, 25 February 04, A2.
AND LOCALLY
"Fatal Falls at Work Illustrate Deadly Shortcuts." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 23 February 04, C4.
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23 February 2004, Issue 357
In this issue:
SPILL
"Iranian Train Explosion Kills More Than 300."Washington Post, 19 February 04.
"Train Blast Kills More Than 200." Honolulu Advertiser, 19 February 04, A3.
"Ohio Ammonia Leak Forces Mass Evacuation." Associated Press, 18 February 04.
"Oil Spills Into Miss. River After Crash." Associated Press, 20 February 04.
SUPERFUND
"Senators Ask For Larger Superfund." Washington Post, 20 February 04, A23.
CLEAN WATER
"Marines to Probe Pollution Case." Washington Post, 21 February 04, A7.
MTBE
"AP: How the White House Shelved MTBE Ban." Associated Press, 16 February 04.
EPIDEMIOLOGY / PESTICIDES
"Pesticide Testing on Humans Is Ethical, Science Panel Says." Washington Post, 20 February 04, A3.
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16 February 2004, Issue 356
In this issue:
SPILL
"School Worker in Michigan Charged with Mercury Spill." Chicago Tribune, 12 February 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"EPA Appeals to Top Court on Power Plants." Associated Press, 13 February 04.
"EPA Relaxes Estimations of Park Pollution." Los Angeles Times, 14 February 04.
VISIBILITY
"Disney Worker Killed in Parade." Chicago Tribune, 12 February 04.
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9 February 2004, Issue 355
In this issue:
SPILL
"Water Plants Serving 36,000 Close After Toxic Chemical Leak." Chicago Tribune, 2 February 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"More Toxic Sites Found Along New Busway Route." Los Angeles Times, 4 February 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"EPA Must Enforce Clean Air Act on D.C. Area, Court Rules." Washington Post, 3 February 04.
CLEAN AIR
"Most State Officials Believe new Rules on Power Plants Will Increase Pollution." Associated Press, 6 February 04.
CARBON MONOXIDE
"Carbon monoxide poisoning kills hundreds annually in U.S." San Francisco Chronicle, 4 February 04.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
"Incinerator Shut After Chemical Detected." Reuters, 6 February 04.
MERCURY
"Pregnant Women Get New Mercury Warning." Chicago Tribune, 7 February 04. "EPA Doubles Level of Mercury Risk in Kids." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 5 February 04, A12. "EPA Raises Estimates of Risk of Fetal Mercury Exposure." Honolulu Advertiser, 6 February 04, A3.
PESTICIDES
"Calif. Farm Operators Sued Over Pesticide." Associated Press, 6 February 04.
DECONTAMINATION
"Toxin Study Axed in New Budget." Associated Press, 6 February 04.
CHEMICAL SAFETY
"Agency Criticizes OSHA for not Pursuing Expanded Rules on Chemical Hazards." Associated Press, 5 February 04.
MACHINE GUARDING
"OSHA Proposes $102,000 Penalty in Georgia Pacific Plant Death." Associated Press, 5 February 04.
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2 February 2004, Issue 354
In this issue:
SPILL
"$4.5 Billion Award Set for Spill of Exxon Valdez." New York Times, 29 January 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Great Lakes Cleanup aid Called Drop in the Bucket." Chicago Tribune, 30 January 04.
"State Sues Ex-Clark Refinery ." Chicago Tribune, 29 January 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"Power Plant to Pay $6M in EPA Settlement." Associated Press, 30 January 04.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS
"Army to Hold Hearings on Nerve Agent." New York Times, 27 January 04.
DIESEL
"States Plan Own Diesel Pollution Cuts." Associated Press, 30 January 04.
LEAD
"Water in D.C. Exceeds EPA Lead Limit." Washington Post, 31 January 04, A1.
MERCURY
"EPA Language Similar to That in Memos From Law Firm Representing Utilities." Washington Post, 31 January, A4.
ERGONOMICS
"OSHA Forum On Ergonomics Draws Fire." Washington Post, 27 January 04, A15.
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26 January 2004, Issue 353
In this issue:
SPILL
"Indonesia Plant Blast Kills 2, Hurts 68." Associated Press, 20 January 04.
"Judge Slashes Sederal Fine Against Coal Company for 2000 Coal Sludge Spill in Kentucky." Associated Press, 21 January 04.
"Crews Work to Contain Norway Ship Spill." Associated Press , 21 January 04.
"2 Men Injured in Wreck on Edens Spur." Chicago Tribune, 22 January 04.
SUPERFUND
"Wauconda wells tainted by chemical." Chicago Tribune, 23 January 04.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION
"D.C. May Ban Hazardous Shipments." Washington Post, 24 January 04, B1.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"In Reversal, EPA to Push Cleanup of Power Plants." Washington Post, 22 January 04, A23.
CARBON MONOXIDE
"Detecting Carbon Monoxide." New York Times, 18 January 04.
PESTICIDES
"Judge Restricts West Coast Pesticide Use." Associated Press, 22 January 04.
JURISDICTION
"Justices Decide EPA Can Overrule States." Washington Post, 22 January 04, A12.
AND LOCALLY
"Take Steps to Prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 18 January 04, E12.
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19 January 2004, Issue 352
In this issue:
SPILL
" Leak Sickens 130 People in China." Associated Press, 16, January 04.
"Oil-Damaged Beaches May Be Restored." Los Angeles Times, 17 January 04.
SUPERFUND
"Part of Former Arsenal Cleaned Up, Removed from Superfund List." Associated Press, 16 January 04.
HAZARDOUS WASTE
"Feds: Company to Pay $18 Million Plus in Fines." Associated Press, 14 January 04.
NUCLEAR WASTE
"Court Hears Arguments Over Nuclear Waste Dump." Washington Post, 15 January 04, A3.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"Pentagon Appeals to White House on Pollution Limits." Los Angeles Times, 15 January 04.
PCBS
"Puget Sound Salmon Carry High PCB Levels." Associated Press, 15 January 04.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Cancer Blamed on Chemicals." San Francisco Chronicle, 14 January 04.
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12 January 2004, Issue 351
In this issue:
SPILL
"Clues Sought to Cause of Ark. Explosions." Associated Press, 7 January 04.
SUPERFUND
"EPA Chief: Superfund Short on Funds."Associated Press, 8 January 04. "Funding for Toxic Cleanups Falls Short." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 9 January 04, C7."Former Colo. Arsenal Completes Cleanup." Associated Press, 6 January 04. 
"Former Colo. Arsenal Completes Cleanup." Associated Press, 6 January 04. 
SUPERFUND/LIABILITY
"Supreme Court to Consider Pollution Case." Associated Press, 9 January 04.
CLEAN AIR ACT
"EPA Vows to Pursue Clean Air Lawsuits." Associated Press, 10 January 04.
"Cycle Emissions Standards to Get Tougher in 2006." Chicago Tribune, 4 January 04.
ASBESTOS
"El Dorado Hills School Still Has High Levels of Asbestos, Report Says." Associated Press, 10 January 04.
MERCURY
"Student Brings Mercury to Nevada School." Associated Press, 6 January 04
PCB S
"Toxins Cited in Farmed Salmon." Washington Post, 9 January 04, A1.
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
"Chemical Company: No Brain Tumor Link." Associated Press, 9 January 04.
AND LOCALLY
"City Frustrated by $83k Fine for Waste Violations." Honolulu Advertiser, 6 January 04, B1. "City to Pay $82,000 Over Violations with Storage of Paint." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 6 January 04, A3."Maui Electric Pollution Fine Cut." Honolulu Advertiser, 9 January 04, C1.
"Maui Electric Pollution Fine Cut." Honolulu Advertiser, 9 January 04, C1.
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5 January 2004, Issue 350
In this issue:
SPILL
"Magnesium Fire in Ohio Diminishing." Associated Press, 30 December 03.
"Chemical Cloud Forces Community Evacuation." Los Angeles Times, 1 January 04.
"Truck Carrying Jet Fuel Collides with Two Vehicles." Associated Press, 1 January 04.
SUPERFUND
"NSA Said Not Forthcoming on Cleanup Info." Associated Press, 30 December 03.
RUNOFF
"Pollution's fallout: All Roads Lead to the Ocean." Los Angeles Times, 28 December 03.
MERCURY
"EPA Led Mercury Policy Shift." Washington Post, 30 December 03, A17.
MTBE
"Full Ban on MTBE in 2004." San Francisco Chronicle, 31 December 03.
SLUDGE
"EPA Lists 15 More Hazards in Sewage Sludge." Associated Press, 31 December 03. "EPA Might Regulate 15 More Pollutants in Sludge." Honolulu Star Bulletin, 1 January 04, C7.
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