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Daily Update for Wednesday, April 2, 2014
SIP Approval: Tennessee (infrastructure, state board, and conflict of interest requirements).
EPA proposed to withdraw federal water quality standards and to allow Florida to implement its own Agency-approved standards to address nutrient pollution in state waters.
OSM adjusted certain civil monetary penalties for inflation under SMCRA, as required by law.
United States v. Clifton 2003, No. 2:14-CV-01918-ES-MAH (D.N.J. Mar. 27, 2014). Under two consent decrees, settling CERCLA defendants responsible for violations at the Abrachem Chemical Superfund site in Clifton, New Jersey, must pay a total of $2,157,000 in U.S. response costs incurred at the site.