Tennessee-based Tractor Supply Company and a subsidiary get fined for improper disposal of hazardous waste.
Dollar General gets fined $1.1 MM for improper hazardous waste characterization, disposal, and training.
The presence of elevated concentrations of hexavalent chromium in Vacaville's water supply continues while treatment plan enters the final stretch.
A proposed bill would give the California Air Resources Board shut down authority to deal with chronic polluters.
Good article on legal progress some cities are making for PCBs contamination cost recovery.
East Bay chemical company charged with importing hazardous materials and then improperly labeling and managing the chemicals prior to selling them.
Humboldt County's Department of Environmental Health hands out fines for relatively minor hazardous waste management violations.
Another oil company is requesting to expand wastewater injection, this one in the Bay Area, and residents in the surrounding area are not happy.
A federal audit revealed that the Victor Valley Water Reclamation Authority (VVWRA) may have mismanaged up to $32 million in FEMA funds. The VVWRA is a wastewater treatment agency that was created to manage wastewater in the high desert area northeast of Los Angeles. The VVWRA serves the communities of Victorville, Hesperia, and Apple Valley.
Nearly two years after sampling fish in the Russian River, data released to the water board show elevated concentrations of mercury due to the leaching of old mining waste.