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OIG says EPA officials destroyed notes on budget software security

The Office of Inspector General says personnel at EPA’s finance office destroyed their notes on a security review of the agency’s budgeting software, frustrating an ongoing audit of that program.

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House Democrats Eye Water Subsidies But GOP Fears EPA Rate-Setting Role

Key House Democrats are exploring the possibility of creating an EPA program for low-income households to help them pay for water and sewer services, a plan that previously has won bipartisan support in the Senate though House Republicans are questioning whether the plan would give the agency a role in setting local rates.

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DOE Cleanups Face Stepped-Up Hill Scrutiny In Wake Of GAO Findings

The Energy Department's (DOE) nuclear waste cleanup program -- which at nearly $400 billion holds the federal government's single largest environmental liability -- is facing stepped-up scrutiny from Capitol Hill after a series of reports from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) raised concerns about how the department runs the program.

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WGA seeks infrastructure budget boost prior to House SRF hearing

Western state governors are urging House lawmakers to consider a host of clean water issues in advance of a March 7 hearing on how federal investments in water infrastructure help communities.

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Bipartisan House Bill Would Boost EPA Water Infrastructure Funding Levels

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers has introduced legislation to boost authorized levels of EPA's clean water state revolving fund (SRF) to $4 billion annually, more than double its current appropriations, as well as authorize billions of dollars to address sewer overflows, fund states' Clean Water Act (CWA) implementation and augment existing sources of water.

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Water Sector’s Report Could Boost EPA Bid To Consolidate Small Utilities

A coalition of wastewater and drinking water utilities in a new report is recommending steps to encourage the consolidation of small utilities, which could boost EPA’s bid for increased collaboration among utilities and help shape the agency’s response to a statutory mandate for crafting rules on when states can mandate consolidation.

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EPA touts FY18 Superfund achievements

Among other things, EPA says it “deleted all or part of 22 sites from the NPL, the largest number of deletions in one year since 2005.”

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Democrats renew push for water infrastructure trust fund

House Democrats are highlighting the health risks posed by aging infrastructure and emerging contaminants as they reintroduce water infrastructure trust fund legislation.

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Ahead Of Wheeler Vote, Democratic Senators Praise EPA WIFIA Program

BALTIMORE -- As the Senate prepares to vote on Andrew Wheeler's nomination to be EPA administrator, Maryland's Democratic senators are praising Wheeler and the agency's work on providing water infrastructure loans, suggesting that he will enjoy some level of cooperation from Democrats even if they vote against him.

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Ahead Of Wheeler Vote, Democratic Senators Praise EPA Water Loan Program

BALTIMORE -- As the Senate prepares to vote on Andrew Wheeler's nomination to be EPA administrator, Maryland's Democratic senators are praising Wheeler and the agency's work on providing water infrastructure loans, suggesting that he will enjoy some level of cooperation from Democrats even if they vote against him.

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