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Attachment O Fuel Oil Prices in V. 2. 1. 6

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Table O-1 shows the distillate and residual (low and high sulfur) fuel oil prices used in v.2.1.6. Tables O-2, O-3, and O-3 show the AEO 2003 fuel oil price assumptions from which the v.2.1.6 prices were derived. Table O-5 shows the mapping that was employed to assign the regional specific fuel prices in AEO 2003 to the IPM model regions used in v.2.1.6.

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Changes in Documentation for the Cra

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Overview of Presentation ƒComparison of Changes ƒCRA Format & Content ƒTechnical Changes (by Chapter) ƒNotifications of Planned Changes ƒSummary ƒAnnual Change Report History ƒIndividual Submissions

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Healthy Household Habits for Clean Water

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Vehicle and Garage -- Use a commercial car wash or wash your car on a lawn or other unpaved surface to minimize the amount of dirty, soapy water flowing into the storm drain and eventually into your local waterbody. -- Check your car, boat, motorcycle, and other machinery and equipment for leaks and spills. Make repairs as soon as possible. Clean up spilled fluids with an absorbent material like kitty litter or sand, and don’t rinse the spills into a nearby stor...

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Documentation of Environmental Indicator Determination

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Environmental Indicators (EIs) are measures being used by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Corrective Action Program to go beyond programmatic activity measures (e.g., reports received and approved) to track changes in the quality of the environment. The two EIs developed to date indicate the quality of the environment in relation to current human exposures to contamination and the migration of contaminated groundwater. An EI for non-human (ecol...

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Alfred C. Smith

Excerpt: Pursuant to 40 C.F.R. ? 22.18, of EPA's Consolidated Rules of Practice, the Consent Agreement resolving this matter is hereby approved and incorporated by reference into this Final Order. The Respondents are hereby ORDERED to comply with all of the terms of the Consent Agreement, effective immediately upon receipt by Respondents of this Consent Agreement and Final Order.

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Wastewater Technology Fact Sheet Package Plants

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: DESCRIPTION: Package plants are pre-manufactured treatment facilities used to treat wastewater in small communities or on individual properties. According to manufacturers, package plants can be designed to treat flows as low as 0.002 MGD or as high as 0.5 MGD, although they more commonly treat flows between 0.01 and 0.25 MGD (Metcalf and Eddy, 1991).

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Series

By: Carol Rushin

Excerpt: Enclosed is a copy of an administrative complaint and notice of proposed assessment of a civil penalty against Mark and Dan Johnson (“Respondents”) of Madison, SD. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) filed the complaint pursuant to section 309(g), 33 U.S.C. section 1319(g), of the Clean Water Act (“CWA”) to begin the process to assess administratively a Class II civil penalty of $55,000 jointly and severally against the Respondents for viol...

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Regulatory Announcement

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing a Direct Final Rule to correct, amend, and revise certain provisions of the Clean Highway and Nonroad Diesel Rules to assist regulated entities in the fuel distribution system with program implementation and compliance.

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The Mineral Industry of North Dakota

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: In 2003, the estimated value1 of nonfuel mineral production for North Dakota was $37.7 million, based upon preliminary U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) data. This was about a 3% increase from that of 20022 and followed a 9.6% increase in 2002 from 2001. North Dakota’s leading nonfuel mineral by value in 2003 continued to be construction sand and gravel. This high-volume low-value commodity accounted for about three-fourths of the State’s nonfuel raw mineral product...

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Coopers Creek Chemical Corporation

By: Carol M. Browner

Excerpt: Coopers Creek Chemical Corporation’s tar products include three materiaIs that are considered to, be high production volume chemicals. These are listed in Table No. 1. In fact, a11 are mixtures predominantly of chemicals currently being tested as HPV Substances. These are .listed in Table No. 2.

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Iv. County/Species List

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The following list identifies federally listed or proposed U.S. species by State and County. It has been updated through December 31, 1999. Species listed below with a status of both E and T are generally either endangered or threatened within the specified county. Designation of critical habitat (CH) does not mean that the county constitutes critical habitat, only that critical habitat has been designated for that species (see Addendum A Instructions).

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Wet Scrubber Performance Memorandum

By: Mark B. Turner

Excerpt: Introduction The purpose of this memorandum is to (1) provide background information on how wet scrubbers were factored into the proposed - rseugbusleaqtuieonnt afvoari mleadbiiclailt yw aofs tne ewi ntceisnte rdaattoar;s ((2M)W Idtessc)ar nidb et hteh e quality of the new wet- scrubber emission test data; (3) quantify the performance of wet scrubbers in controlling emissions from MWIts based on these data; and (4) develop achievable emission levels that could b...

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Impact of Oil Spill Removal on a Freshwater Wetland

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The wilderness core of the NJ Highlands, and its largest unprotected forest tract, holds enormous biological value and is home to hundreds of bear, native trout, bobcat and rare interior forest bird species. Much of the watershed has been held by the City of Newark since the early 20th century to safeguard its water supply. Highlands forests supply and protect clean drinking water for over 15 million people, including over half of New Jersey's population, and pr...

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College Station, Tx Urbanized Area Storm Water Entities as Defined...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: College station, TX Urbanized Area Storm Water Entities as Defined by the 2000 Census

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The Mineral Industry of Louisiana

By: Syed M. Haque

Excerpt: In 1997, Louisiana ranked 35th in the Nation in total nonfuel mineral production value,1 according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The State was 33d in 1996. The estimated value for 1997 was $379 million, about a 3.6% decrease from that of 1996. This followed a 9.4% decrease from 1995 to 1996 (based on final 1996 data). The State accounted for about 1% of the U.S. total nonfuel mineral production value.

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Section 8 Miscellaneous Electrocution Miscellaneous Diseases

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The fact that ?Nature is far from benign? is clearly evident from the preceding chapters of this Manual. The diseases and other conditions described are the proverbial ?tip of the iceberg? relative to the number of specific causes of ill health and death for free-ranging wild birds, but the wild bird health problems described account for most major wild bird disease conditions seen within the United States. However, the full toll from disease involves many other...

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U.S. Geological Survey Fiscal Year 2003 Activities on American Ind...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: u.s .Geological Survey Fiscal Year2003 Activities on American Indian/Alaska Native Lands

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Jodi Burgess

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Thanks for your help last week Iwith our HPVC commitment to t.hree aliphatic esters and your advise as to how we should proceed to make a case that CASRN: 115-e3-3 is not actually an HPVC chemical.

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Congressional Districts 109Th Congress (January 2005-January 2007)...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The Constitution prescribes Congressional apportionment based on decennial census population data. Each state has at least one Representative, no matter how small its population. Since 1941, distribution of Representatives has been based on total U.S. population, so that the average population per Representative has the least possible variation between one state and any other. Congress fixes the number of voting Representatives at each apportionment. States deli...

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New Electronic Audit Capability : A Significant Development in Dat...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The Clean Air Markets Division is working with Acid Rain Program sources to further improve the quality of the emissions data reported for compliance with program requirements. Since the Program?s inception in 1995, the emissions data ? continuously reported by sources, verified and recorded by EPA, and posted for public consumption on the Internet ? has been among the most complete and accurate data ever collected by the Agency. Although the emissions data has ...

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