Friday, June 1, 2012

typical water contamination news for one day

News10 new results for water contamination
Law Offices of Brian Cunha & Associates Settles Pascoag MTBE Case Settlement...
MarketWatch (press release)
According to Attorney Brian Cunha, lead Rhode Island counsel, "this finally brings some satisfaction to the citizens of Pascoag after almost 10 years of litigation against Exxon Mobil for the contamination of the Town of Pascoag's water supply.
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Federal Judge Gives Preliminary Approval to $105 Million Atrazine Settlement ...
Virtual-Strategy Magazine
A federal judge in Southern Illinois granted preliminary approval Wednesday to a national class-action settlement over contamination of drinking water by the weed killer atrazine that will distribute $105 million to community water systems (CWS) ...
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Fairview Beach safe, for now (blog)
By RUSTY DENNEN With another swimming season under way, Fairview Beach has already posted one advisory because of bacterialcontamination in the water. But it's safe to go in the water this weekend, health department officials say.
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EPA and Precision reach settlement for cleanup
Scranton Times-Tribune
By Laura Legere (Staff Writer) A settlement announced Thursday between the US Environmental Protection Agency and Precision National Plating Services commits the company to continued cleanup of groundwater and surface water contaminated by the former ...
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How's The Water: May 30, 2012
Massapequan Observer
“How is the Water?” is a question people are asking Island-wide and nationwide. Nitrogen pollution is an increasing threat to the quality of our drinking water, and the water in our harbors and bays. Environmentalists, scientists and government leaders ...
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Howarth To Congress: More Research Needed To Address Widespread Signs Of ...
MarketWatch (press release)
Groundwater contamination: There are several reports ofcontamination of drinking water wells and surface aquifers by fracking fluids, particularly in Pennsylvania and in Colorado. A recently published model suggests there may also be a threat of ...
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Guam Public Health Orders Removal of ALL Korean Shellfish From Store Shelves ...
Pacific News Center
As a result, "shellfish harvested from Korean waters may have been exposed to human fecal waste and have the potential to becontaminated with norovirus." Public Health is currently conducting inspections of local retail and wholesale facilities to ...
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Judge gives preliminary OK to herbicide settlement
By JIM SUHR A federal judge in southern Illinois has given preliminary approval to a $105 million settlement between Syngenta and communitywater systems in six states over the presence of one of the Swiss chemical maker's popular agricultural ...
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Boil-water advisory lifted in Homeland Park
Anderson Independent Mail
A boil-water advisory in the Homeland Park Water and Sewer District has been lifted. Water samples were shown to be clear ofcontamination, according to a statement the district released Thursday. The advisory was issued Tuesday after construction ...
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Mizner Trail golf course contamination concerns unresolved
Sun Sentinel (blog)
The DEP's contamination concerns center on the site of an old golf course maintenance facility which burned down in 1995 and then was rebuilt. State regulators say the arsenic contamination likely occurred as a result of the fire. Water sampling showed ...
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Blogs1 new result for water contamination
Homeowners, utility compensated for well contamination | Turn to 10
Exxon Mobil makes a settlement over contaminated water in ... - News

Web1 new result for water contamination
Motion to recuse in Range Resources water contamination case
Reporters are asking me about a motion to recuse Judge Trey Loftin in the Lipsky case where Range Resources contaminated water in Parker County. I didn't ...

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