Search Results
Use the filters on the left-hand side of this screen to refine the results further by topic or document type.

87 FR 60416

United States v. Atlantic Richfield Co., No. CV89-039-BU-SEH (D. Mont. Sept. 30, 2022). Settling CERCLA defendants that released hazardous substances at the Anaconda Smelter NPL site in Deer Lodge County, Montana, must reimburse the United States for $48,000,000 in past response costs and future oversight costs that have been or will be incurred in responding to contamination at the site, pay the Forest Service $185,752 to reimburse anticipated future costs that will be spent overseeing remedial activities on Forest Service administered lands, and complete all cleanup actions required under the various records of decision, amendments thereto, and other decision documents issued by EPA for the site.

87 FR 60396

EPA seeks information and recommendations to consider and support the potential development, improvement, and implementation of technical assistance efforts and other strategies to support indoor air quality related improvements in the nation’s building stock, with a particular emphasis on schools and commercial buildings, to help mitigate disease transmission.

87 FR 60298

FWS removed the snail darter from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife under the ESA.

87 FR 60494

SIP Proposal: California (disapproval of certain serious area planning requirements for the 2012 annual fine particulate matter NAAQS for the San Joaquin Valley, and disapproval of optional precursor demonstration for ammonia).

87 FR 60273

SIP Approval: Louisiana (failure to attain the primary 2010 one-hour sulfur dioxide (SO2) NAAQS for the St. Bernard Parish SO2 nonattainment area).

87 FR 60292

SIP Approval: Louisiana (removal of provisions concerning excess emissions during periods of startup, shutdown, and malfunction).

87 FR 60228

The Office of Science and Technology Policy and CEQ seek input on the development of a U.S. Ocean Climate Action Plan that will help guide and coordinate actions by the federal government and civil society to address ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes-based mitigation and adaptation solutions to climate change.