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The U.S. government lifted a ban on Thursday that excluded BP from new federal contracts, after the British oil major filed a lawsuit saying it was being unfairly penalized for its 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill.
The oil company behind the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history can once again perform work for the federal government.
PacifiCorp's Jim Bridger coal-fired facility in Wyoming is the utility's largest power plant, and has undergone expensive upgrades to meet stricter air pollution rules.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed method to reset biofuel requirements annually based on expected use implies different mechanics for the Renewable Fuel Standard in the future.
A lawsuit has been filed by the non-profit American Tradition Institute Environmental Law Centre against the Environmental Protection Agency in Virginia, alleging that the agency carried out Nazi-style experiments on patients without informing them of the "considerable" health risks.
The settlements were announced Wednesday by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara in Manhattan.
Both federally protected birds died this week, and so did a mother possum and her six babies.
A top federal air official on Wednesday defended pending rules that would require reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants.
Eighteen coal facilities in Ohio are operating with expired pollution-discharge permits under an agency where allegations of coal-industry influence arose during a personnel flap last year.
The Environmental Protection Agency office charged with taking civil and criminal actions against water and air polluters used to organize its enforcement targeting meetings and conference calls around spreadsheets and graphs.
The report provides an update on the Volkswagen family's environmental sustainability initiatives, commitment to serving U.S. communities, and efforts to create a diverse and inclusive workplace.
A western Michigan lake is moving closer to removal from a list of toxic hot spots in the Great Lakes region.
U.S. rules governing emissions from steam-generating power plants survived a court challenge brought by utilities and the state of Texas, which said the regulations were improperly devised.
Henry A. Batista, left, a 30-year-old state-licensed emission control inspector, pleaded guilty before Senior U.S. District Judge Lloyd George on Tuesday to making a false statement to a government agency.
Year six of the Fox River Cleanup Project is scheduled to begin later this month but as we discovered today, that won't happen.
The former owner of a dairy in northwest Iowa will pay $75,000 to settle alleged water quality violations.