Friday, October 20, 2017
Trump vows action on energy, but modifies stance on climate accord

Donald Trump has vowed to roll back regulations he believes are stifling production of energy, including coal and shale oil and gas.But, in a recent interview, the president-elect suggested a softening of his earlier hard stance against the Paris climate agreement.
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EPA orders San Carlos Apache Tribe to comply with drinking water rules

The Environmental Protection Agency recently issued an administrative order to the San Carlos Apache Tribe and the San Carlos Apache Tribal Utility Authority to bring nine drinking water systems into compliance with federal regulations.
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New Bedford, Massachusetts, Industrial Pretreatment Program wins EPA regional excellence award

The Environmental Protection Agency recently recognized the inspection, monitoring and reporting excellence of the New Bedford Industrial Pretreatment Program, in New Bedford, Massachusetts, with a 2016 Regional Industrial Pretreatment Program Excellence Award.
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EPA seeking comment on its analysis of Gold King Mine water plant in Colorado

The Environmental Protection Agency is accepting public comments on a recently released Engineering Evaluation and Cost Analysis (EE/CA) for the Gold King Mine Interim Water Treatment Plant (IWTP) in Gladstone, Colorado.
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