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FORMER WATER OFFICIAL ACCUSES PRESS SHOP OF SMEAR CAMPAIGN

From: E&E News

"In an effort to discredit me for speaking out and to intimidate current EPA employees, EPA may have provided my private employment information to media outlets and a…

PRUITT TAKES CLEAN WATER ACT DECISIONS AWAY FROM REGIONAL EPA OFFICES

From: Inside Climate News

"Authority previously delegated to regional administrators to make final determinations of geographic jurisdiction shall be retained by the Administrator,"…

BODINE SAYS INFORMAL ENFORCEMENT MAY CUT CASES BUT SPEED COMPLIANCE

From: Inside EPA

“EPA enforcement chief Susan Bodine says the agency plans to launch pilot projects using “informal” enforcement actions that notify a facility of a violation and aim…

IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES MARK EVALUATIONS OF EPA’S PERFORMANCE

From: Government Executive

“The advocacy group PEER, using numbers from EPA’s results and analysis and trends website, concluded that the number of administrative enforcement cases…

TRUMP’S NOMINEE TO OVERSEE SUPERFUND PROGRAM SPENT DECADES FIGHTING EPA CLEANUPS ON BEHALF OF POLLUTERS

From: The Intercept

“Environmental enforcement cases have already dropped sharply in the past year. According to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, “The 2017 case referrals…


News Releases

CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT COLLAPSE AT EPA

Lowest Number of New Anti-Pollution Cases in 30 Years

NOT ALL THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION WANTS A WALL

EPA Guidance Says Surveillance Technology Supplants Need for Physical Barriers

TRUMP CLEAN WATER ROLLBACK THREATENS U.S. WATER SUPPLY

Most Waters and Wetlands Would Lose Legal Protections against Pollution and Fill

LAKE O’S GATEWAY CITY SPEWING ILLEGAL WASTEWATER

Clewiston Phosphorus and Other Pollution Violations Go Unpunished and Unabated

TELE-PRESS CONFERENCE ON EPA FAILURE TO PREVENT FUTURE FLINT CRISES

Retired EPA Experts Discuss Lack of Early Warning System to Avert Lead Drinking Water Tragedies