DTSC News Feed Feb 2014

DTSC News Feed is a weekly email that pulls together short updates and internet links to keep you informed about the latest accomplishments and news highlights at the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC).

 

February 27, 2014

  • The Los Angeles Times covers a real-time environmental reporting project that DTSC helped start– and helps keep going.
  • DTSC Emergency Response personnel are summoned to a "bomb house" near Redding. The Redding Record-Searchlight has more.
  • Residential developers scoop up lots at a former DTSC-involved cleanup project in Sacramento.
  • Newspapers in Fontana and Long Beach cover a green schools partnership that includes DTSC.
  •  Keep the date: DTSC's quarterly meeting.

February 13, 2014

  • DTSC oversees the remediation of a former PG&E gas manufacturing plant in Oroville. 
  • DTSC is the "hub" of an innovative healthy schools partnership that will make schools greener and cleaner in Southern California.
  • The agenda for DTSC's next public meeting on March 17, 2014.

February 6, 2014

  • After the firefighters depart, DTSC emergency response crews come in and clean up the toxic remains.
  • A DTSC enforcement initiative leads to criminal action against a central San Joaquin Valley metal recycling business. The Fresno Business Journal and The Fresno Bee were among the newspapers that published stories.
  • Coverage of a unique pilot schools project involving DTSC continues. A blogger covering education has the latest.
  • The agenda for DTSC's next public meeting on March 17, 2014.

 
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