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1 Illinois EPA remakes curriculum for virtual use
2 Illinois EPA provides student, teacher, parent resources
3 Illinois EPA Announces Virtual Environmental Education Opportunities
4 Illinois EPA announces Centreville flooding relief plan; residents want more answers
5 Illinois EPA announces poster, poetry, prose contest
6 IEPA offers virtual education opportunities | Granite City News
7 COVID-19 Compliance: Agencies grapple with environmental protection in the COVID-19 era
8 Illinois EPA Says Gletty Rd. Dump Site Now in Compliance; Alderman Wants an Accounting of Project
9 Elgin applying for $4M state grant to help fund lead pipe replacement work through end of 2021
10 How Biden’s environmental promises will likely affect Chicago after four years of Trump
11 Demolition contractors cited for failure to control dust cloud during Chicago power plant teardown
12 Illinois news in brief | Iowa-Illinois-Wisconsin |
13 Illinois EPA Issues Permit Allowing General Iron to Move to Southeast Side
14 Illinois EPA to test community water supplies
15 Illinois EPA Proposes PFAS Standards
16 IEPA to Begin Testing all Illinois Community Water Supplies
17 PFAS found in mosquito spray used in US states
18 Report warns of dangers from staff decline at Illinois EPA – Great Lakes Now
19 Water-quality improvement grants available from Illinois EPA
20 Illinois EPA tackling next vaping dilemma: toxic waste
21 Illinois emissions testing: EPA expands hours for vehicle emissions testing at all 12 locations
22 Report: 15 Years of Cuts Hampers Illinois EPA's Ability to Protect
23 Tom's #Mailbag, Nov. 27, 2020 | Tom's Mailbag
24 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Releases Compliance Guidance for COVID-19 Pandemic
25 General Iron Chicago: Illinois EPA approves permit to move scrap metal plant to East Side neighborhood
26 Ald. Garza Asking Illinois EPA, in Writing, to Put Brakes on General Iron Permit Process
27 EPA announces $113 million for Illinois water infrastructure
28 Illinois has cut its environmental agency’s workforce by 38% in the past decade — more than any other state, report shows.
29 IL EPA Proposes PFAS Groundwater Standards
30 Illinois EPA removes nearly 225 tons of tires from Pekin property
31 Who Is Mary Nichols, Leading Contender To Head EPA Under Biden
32 Your Illinois News Radar » There oughta be a law
33 Illinois EPA to Resume Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events for Fall 2020
34 Report: Illinois EPA Staff Has Been Cut in Half and That Risks Public Health
35 Illinois EPA refers ‘enforcement action’ against Hilco for Little Village smokestack implosion
36 Naperville Votes Down Mask Mandate: Report
37 Be on alert for possible blue-green algae in Illinois
38 St. Louis law firm hires former Illinois EPA director
39 As EPA backs off enforcement, states and cities have little capacity to fill gap
40 Illinoisans demand stricter coal ash rules, denounce state proposal
41 Illinois has cut its environmental agency’s workforce by 38% in the past decade — more than any other state, report shows. Here's the reason.
42 Hilco Agrees To Pay $370000 After State Sues Over Smokestack Fiasco
43 IEPA identifies many boiler property hazards
44 Residents ask Illinois EPA to not allow Pond Creek Mine to dump water into Big Muddy
45 Illinois EPA Temporarily Closes All Vehicle Emissions Testing Stations
46 Illinois EPA files complaint about lead emissions from a Granite City plant
47 State EPA notifies Loves Park Community Water Supply of groundwater contamination
48 With Illinois EPA approval, Medline’s Waukegan facility resumes sterilization operations using ethylene oxide
49 New curriculum introduced by Illinois EPA and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
50 Illinois EPA closes vehicle emissions testing stations
51 Your Illinois News Radar » Legislators ask Pritzker to stop General Iron's move to the South Side from Lincoln Park
52 EPA rewards Illinois more than $3 million for Clean Diesel Projects
53 Illinois Finalizes Regulations for Direct Implementation of Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permitting under the Clean Air Act
54 Illinois Officials Confirm Algal Bloom on Portions of the Illinois River
55 Help us now, Centreville residents tell Pritzker, state environmental regulators
56 Illinois Monarch Action Plan takes flight
57 Butterflies are free: Illinois Monarch Action Plan takes flight
58 McKinley Park Neighbors Prep for Showdown With EPA Over Asphalt Plant
59 EPA, U of I Develop School Course on Food Waste
60 Decatur to get $5.9 million loan for sewer work from Illinois EPA
61 Illinois EPA tests confirm algae bloom by Starved Rock Lock and Dam
62 Illinois EPA Will Collect Hazardous Waste This Weekend
63 Illinois EPA Resumes Vehicle Emissions Testing At Waukegan And Markham Sites June 16, 2020
64 Tempers Flare As Illinois EPA Holds Public Meeting On Sterigenics
65 Illinois officials confirm algal bloom on the Illinois River near Starved Rock
66 Emissions tests to resume in Illinois Monday. Here’s where you can test your vehicle
67 Toxic Algal Bloom Found on Illinois River Near Starved Rock State Park
68 Sens. Duckworth and Durbin Call on USEPA to Monitor Chicago Southeast Side Metal Scrappers
69 Explosion, City Shutdown Won't Stop State EPA From Letting General Iron Move To East Side
70 Illinois EPA Hearing On Middle Fork Stabilization Plan Shows Extent Of Public Opposition
71 Illinois sues developer, contractors in coal plant implosion
72 Reopening Illinois: Cook County Circuit Courts resume with limited proceedings; EPA expands vehicle emissions testing hours
73 Court rules EPA must reassess air pollution designations in Chicago area, elsewhere
74 Illinois EPA Resumes Vehicle Emissions Testing | Downers Grove, IL Patch
75 General Iron’s city violations won’t be a factor in whether it gets new permit, state says
76 EPA and Beazer East Begin Cleanup of Contaminated Soil in Illinois
77 Illinois EPA cites company for south suburban water woes
78 U.S. senators request EPA help to fix “urgent public health crisis” in Centreville
79 Illinois EPA blasted at ethylene oxide town hall for ‘stalling on regulating’ plants in Gurnee and Waukegan
80 EPA encourages limited outdoor activity due to reduced air quality
81 Hazy skies | News
82 The EPA's Illinois staff has been cut. What's the impact of fewer inspections?
83 Vehicle emissions testing in Illinois resumes Monday
84 Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ from Scott Air Force Base in southern Illinois may have polluted local water, Illinois EPA report says
85 Illinois EPA Ditches Plan to Hold Public Meetings on VW Settlement
86 IEPA ‘Listening Session’ On Coal Ash Rules Tuesday In Danville
87 Illinois EPA releases recycling guide
88 Illinois EPA to host meeting on coal ash pollution in Joliet
89 Residents: Deny General Iron Permit. 'Don't Give Another Polluter Permission To Poison Us'
90 Illinois EPA Shuts Down Suburban Sterigenics Plant
91 There’s something in the water, and it might be blue-green algae
92 IEPA opens internships in engineering, science and law
93 Residents, local officials urge Illinois EPA to deny permit for Sterigenics to reopen in Willowbrook
94 Illinois River Watershed Collaboration: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Announces Grant to Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment
95 EPA Removes 1000 Tons of Arsenic- and Lead-Polluted Soil From Hegewisch Little League Field
96 Illinois EPA is supposed to inform poor, minority communities about potential polluters, but many have been left in the dark
97 Sixth straight air quality alert issued as Chicago heads into hot week
98 Air quality alert issued for Chicago area ahead of hot July 4 holiday weekend
99 Community skeptical of state EPA's proposed ethylene oxide controls at Medline facility in Waukegan
100 Follow-up tests show decrease in algal bloom on Illinois River at Starved Rock