Soil & Groundwater Newsletter
June 16, 2011

This Week�s Featured News Stories
EPA administrator announces $76 million to clean up contaminated sites and revitalize communities
Today in Lansing, Michigan, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson announced more than $76 million in new investments across the country that will redevelop contaminated properties, boost local economies and help create jobs while protecting public health. EPA’s brownfields grants are used to assess and clean up abandoned industrial and commercial properties like deserted gas stations or closed smelters. There are an estimated 450,000 abandoned and contaminated waste sites in America. These investments help leverage redevelopment, promote economic growth and lead ...
New Website Levels the Playing Field in Marcellus Shale Debate
A new website aimed at organizing the avalanche of information on all things Marcellus Shale was announced today by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC).  “MarcellusFacts” (www.marcellusfacts.org), scours the internet continuously for news and information on Marcellus Shale and aggregates it into an easy-to-read format. ...
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