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In the 04/14/2021 edition:

The EPA Is Asking a Virgin Islands Refinery for Information on its Spattering of Neighbors With Oil

The agency has sent the Limetree refinery expansive questions about the incident and beyond, leading some legal experts to believe further actions could be imminent.

The Environmental Protection Agency is asking the owners of a recently restarted oil refinery in the U.S. Virgin Islands to turn over information related to a February event that spattered more than 130 homes with oil and contaminated the drinking water for dozens of residents.



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An Unusual Coalition of Environmental and Industry Groups Is Calling on the EPA to Quickly Phase Out Super-Polluting Refrigerants

The hydroflourocarbons, or HFCs, are potent greenhouse gases and easily replaced in air conditioners and refrigerators.

A coalition of U.S. manufacturers and environmental organizations is calling on the federal government to quickly phase out the worst climate super-polluting chemicals currently used in air conditioners, refrigerators and other appliances, as well as in aerosols and foam insulation.



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