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TETRA TECH SAYS IT WILL PAY FOR INDEPENDENT REVIEW IN DATA FALSIFICATION SCANDAL

From: San Francisco Examiner

"Responding to mounting concerns by both federal agencies and community watchdog groups about the integrity of the company’s radiological testing and decontamination…

ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP CONTRACTOR SAYS HUNTERS POINT WORK WAS DONE BY THE BOOK

From: San Francisco Business Times

"The Pasadena-based corporation has been accused of fraud by the Navy, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Bayview Hunters Point Community Advocates,…

EPA LETTER REVEALS NAVY'S DOWNPLAY OF RADIOACTIVE SOIL IN SF'S BAYVIEW

From: ABC7News

"This week, the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility published a letter to the Navy. In it, the EPA says they found 90 and 97 percent of the soil samples…

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK GETS NEW SUPERINTENDENT IN TRUMP SHUFFLE

From: SFGate

“The acting director of the National Park Service was shuffled out of his job Wednesday, reassigned to head Yosemite National Park while being replaced with a retired parks…

HOW STRONG IS THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT'S ETHICAL POLICY?

From: National Parks Traveler

“Not long after he took office, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reminded his employees of their ethical obligations, and said "I intend to make holding one…


News Releases

SCHOOL DISTRICT’S OWN TESTS SHOW SHOCKING PCB LEVELS

Highly Toxic Classrooms Still Occupied with No Abatement Date Slated

FEDERAL LAWSUIT TO FORCE TOXIC CLEANUP OF MALIBU SCHOOLS

Immediate Removal of PCBs above Legal Limits and School-Wide Testing Sought

LAWSUIT FILED ON INYO COUNTY'S ADVENTURE TRAILS

Ill-conceived Plan Would Turn Owens Valley Into Noisy, Polluted ORV Playground

FEDERAL FUNDS FOR DROUGHT-STRICKEN FISH SIPHONED BY IRRIGATORS

Klamath Contracts Worsen Drought Conditions by Pumping More Groundwater

MALIBU SCHOOLS SPENDING MILLIONS TO AVOID TOXIC CLEANUP

Billings by Lawyers and Consultants Exceed What a Full Cleanup Would Cost