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Firm at Center of Hunters Point Fraud Scandal Rewarded With More Government Work

From: Curbed SF

“Tetra Tech, the engineering firm paid more than $250 million by the U.S. Navy to remove radioactive contamination from San Francisco’s Hunters Point has so far escaped…

EPA Prosecutions Against Polluters Lowest in 30 Years

From: Fortune

“Of the 166 cases referred last year for prosecution, just 62 federal convictions were secured, the lowest since 1995. Jeff Ruch, executive director of the organization…

EPA Prosecution of ‘Egregious’ Pollution Cases at a 30-Year Low

From: Courthouse News

“According to Justice Department data gathered by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), the EPA opened 166 criminal cases against polluters…

How Trump’s EPA is Letting Environmental Criminals Off the Hook, in One Chart

From: Brinkwire

“At his Wednesday confirmation hearing, Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler tried to make the case to senators on the Environment & Public Works Committee that enforcement…

Andrew Wheeler Returns to the Senate for EPA Administrator Confirmation Hearing

From: News Channel 5

“The day before the hearing, an environmental group released a new report claiming the EPA's "criminal enforcement program was missing in action" last year. Public…


News Releases

CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT COLLAPSE AT EPA

Lowest Number of New Anti-Pollution Cases in 30 Years

OIL TAX FOR FEDERAL SPILL FUND LAPSED WITH NEW YEAR

Oil and Oil Sands Pay No Federal Taxes Despite Potentially Huge Cleanup Costs

FEDERAL SHUTDOWN BECOMING A POLLUTERS HOLIDAY

Humans and Wildlife at Risk by End of Critical Monitoring and Pollution Testing

ALASKA DEMANDS FEDS CEDE ALL WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Wish List to Axe Conservation, Wilderness, and Endangered Species Protections

NOT ALL THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION WANTS A WALL

EPA Guidance Says Surveillance Technology Supplants Need for Physical Barriers