Read here about how a cluster of cancer cases in Massachusetts has been linked to a former textile site where kids used to play.
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Read here about the EPA asking Pennsylvania to increase their monitoring of gas well waste.
Source: Reuters, March 2, 2011 By: Dan Whitcomb Health officials investigating a respiratory illness that infected some 200 people after a party at the Playboy Mansion said on Tuesday they had found the bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease in a water source there. But the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said it was […]
Source: San Jose Mercury News, March 3, 2011 Posted on: http://enr.construction.com By: Steve Johnson A PG&E inspector has expressed concerns to federal investigators about the methods used in 2008 to install a sewer line just inches below the natural gas line that erupted in San Bruno on Sept. 9, according to documents made public this […]
Source: http://www.clipsyndicate.com, March 3, 2011 Video Clip – Two Allegheny County water companies said they will begin testing water supplies for radiation to check for problems from treated gas drilling water that’s discharged into streams and rivers.
Read here about how a Burbank, CA airport settled a groundwater contamination lawsuit.
Source: Joplin Globe (MO), March 2, 2011 Posted on: http://envfpn.advisen.com Jasper County Circuit Court Judge David Dally is expected to rule in 10 days on whether or not Carthage residents can sue as a class over damages from odors allegedly coming from Renewable Environmental Solutions of Carthage. Dally heard two hours of arguments today focusing […]
Source: St. Joseph News-Press (MO), March 2, 2011 Posted on: http://envfpn.advisen.com A St. Joseph company will pay a $64,804 civil penalty for a series of Environmental Protection Agency violations at its manufacturing facility in St. Joseph, Mo. Albaugh, which makes and packages generic fertilizers and herbicides, agreed to pay a civil penalty for a series […]
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA), March 1, 2011 Posted on: http://envfpn.advisen.com Eight more defendants in a federal lawsuit over a Western Pennsylvania Superfund site have agreed to pay about $1.4 million to settle the government’s claims against them, according to a proposed consent order the Environmental Protection Agency filed yesterday. The 1997 lawsuit involves the Breslube-Penn […]
Source: Dow Jones News Service, March 2, 2011 Posted on: http://envfpn.advisen.com Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK) said some of its oil-and- gas-drilling operations in Pennsylvania and West Virginia are being investigated by environmental regulators. In Pennsylvania, the state Department of Environmental Protection is looking into the possible contamination of groundwater and residential water wells with methane, […]
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