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Newsroom: Press Release Archive: March 2010

March 31, 2010
Valley 'ozone season' begins April 1 as EPA considers stricter standards
PHOENIX: As the Valley officially enters its six-month 'ozone season' April 1, the effects of anticipated stricter federal pollutant limits are being closely watched.
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March 19, 2010
ADEQ Announces that Aquifer Protection Permit Workshops will begin next Thursday at Agency's Central Phoenix Offices
PHOENIX: Officials from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality announced today that a series of workshops will be conducted starting next week to review the Aquifer Protection Permit (APP) program and listen to ideas from the public about improving the permitting process.
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March 18, 2010
LiquidTitan of Parker to Pay $55,000 Penalty to Resolve Air Quality, Waste Violations in La Paz County
PHOENIX: The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and Arizona Attorney General's Office announced today that LiquidTitan, LLC of Parker has agreed to pay a $55,000 penalty under a consent judgment for air quality and waste violations at its used oil and petroleum facility in La Paz County.
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March 02, 2010
ADEQ Announces Free Electronics Waste Recycling Event for Saturday, March 13 on Florence Boulevard in Casa Grande
PHOENIX: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality officials announced today that a free regional electronics waste recycling event will be held Saturday, March 13 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Casa Grande at 1325 E. Florence Blvd., the large parking lot next to the northwest corner of the Fry's Shopping Plaza.
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Free E-Waste Recycling Event
March 02, 2010
ADEQ Director Grumbles Announces Public Comment Period for Cleanup Activities at West Van Buren State Superfund Site
PHOENIX: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Director Benjamin Grumbles announced today that a 30-day public comment period will begin March 8 concerning groundwater cleanup activities at ADEQ's West Van Buren state superfund site.
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