Latest Regulation of ship pollution in the United States Stories

2009-10-21 17:51:00

Panamanian Company will pay $1.25 Million for Vessel Pollution Crimes WASHINGTON, Oct.

2009-09-03 13:31:00

Company to Pay $1 Million Fine and $350,000 Community Service Payment WASHINGTON, Sept.

2009-07-27 16:23:00

WASHINGTON, July 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The operator of an ocean-going chemical tanker ship was sentenced today in federal court to pay a fine of more than $2 million for polluting the high seas, the Justice Department announced. Consultores de Navegacion, a Spanish company that operates the M/T Nautilus, an ocean-going chemical tanker ship, was sentenced today by U.S.

2009-03-10 17:25:00

Money Will Fund Environmental Projects in New Jersey and Award for Whistle Blower WASHINGTON, March 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Holy House Shipping AB, a Swedish corporation, was sentenced today in U.S.

2008-09-04 21:00:19

To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: U.S. Department of Justice, +1-202-514-2007, TDD +1-202- 514-1888 Will pay $750,000 in Fines and Community Service WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --- Comprehensive Environmental Solutions, Inc.

2008-07-24 03:00:00

By Dan Egan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 24--The fight to keep invasive species out of the Great Lakes picked up some steam Wednesday. The U.S.

2008-07-23 18:00:30

The Environmental Law Clinic at Stanford Law School today announced that the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of environmental organizations seeking to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate ship discharges under the Clean Water Act.

2008-07-23 12:00:48

By Kevin Wadlow, Florida Keys Keynoter, Marathon Jul. 23--Recreational boaters can continue to wash down their decks without violating federal law: Pending rules on water discharges will not affect recreational boats, says U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.).

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  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
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