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Illinois Environmental Protection Agency News
Program Targets Opioids and Other Drugs to Protect Individuals and the Environment
Filters Offer Short-Term Strategy to Reduce Lead in Drinking Water
Students Participate in Interactive Presentations to Learn How to Take Care of the Environment
Agency Cites Release of Contaminants to the Air and Surface Water
Volkswagen Settlement Funding for All-Electric School Bus Pilot Projects in Madison or St. Clair Counties
Initiative continues to build on the solid 30+ year foundation of the State Revolving Fund
Agency Cites Release of Contaminants from Coal Ash Ponds
Months after area protesters called for the closure of Sterigenics' Willowbrook facility over allegedly elevated ethylene oxide emissions, an Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) official earlier today ordered the facility shut down.
Order to Prevent Any New Sterilization Cycles Using Ethylene Oxide
Agency Cites Large Release of Used Oil
Cooling Pond Water from the Dresden Nuclear Power Station to be Discharged in Kankakee River
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Director Alec Messina and DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) Executive Director Karen Ayala announced that results of well sampling near the Sterigenics facility in Willowbrook showed no signs of groundwater contamination.
Private Well Sampling Being Conducted to Identify Possible Well Contamination
Citation Issued for Violations of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act
First Round of Driving a Cleaner Illinois Program Funding Focuses on Public Transit in Environmental Justice Areas
Curbside Recycling Guide and Collection Location Map Developed to Encourage Proper Residential Recycling
Water Sampling Plan Under Development to Identify Possible Well Contamination
Agency Highlights Nearly 100 Community Partners Collecting Unused Medications
Agency Seeks Immediate Injunctive Relief Against Company
Illinois EPA Director Alec Messina today announced the Agency has scheduled household hazardous waste collections for the fall of 2018.