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North Pole refinery settles HazMat storage allegations

Source: Daily News | 2014-09-11
A petroleum refinery in North Pole, Alaska, has reached a settlement with US officials following allegations of mishandling hazardous waste during groundwater a cleanup at the refinery.

SUNY medical campus warned to clean up chemical waste

Source: Daily News | 2014-09-04
The State University of New York’s Downstate Medical Center campus is under investigation by federal officials after inspections revealed the center stored chemical waste in improperly labelled, corroded leaking containers.

Oklahoma awarded $1.3 million for leaky underground storage tanks

Source: Daily News | 2014-08-14
The US Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $1.3 million to investigate and respond to leaks in underground storage tanks in Oklahoma.

Pharma firm settles after HazMat storage woes

Source: Daily News | 2014-08-14

PA plating company fined $30,000 for HazMat violations

Source: Daily News | 2014-08-08
A Pennsylvania-based plating solutions company has agreed to pay the US Environmental Protection Agency more than $33,000 to settle allegations of improperly storing hazardous waste.

New York paint company fined $90,000 for improper HazMat storage

Source: Daily News | 2014-08-07

DOE making headway in New Mexico nuclear leak investigation

Source: Daily News | 2014-05-29
  

Alberta 2014 budget earmarks millions for carbon capture projects

Source: Daily News | 2014-04-30
The Government of Alberta’s $43-billion 2014-2015 budget passed on April 23, 2014 with an ongoing investment in carbon capture and storage (CCS).

US Medical waste leader acquires PSC Enviro Services for $275 million

Source: Daily News | 2014-04-24
Stericycle Inc. has announced its acquisition of PSC Environmental Services for $275 million.

California water utility fined $390,000 for improper arsenic disposal

Source: Daily News | 2014-04-17
Water and wastewater utility California American Water has agreed to pay a fine of $390,000 penalty for improperly disposing of arsenic extracted from three local water systems, according to the District Attorney’s Environmental...

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