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Charles E. Findley

Acting Regional Administrator

Environmental Protection Agency

HQ Phone:  (202) 564-4700

Direct Phone: (206) ***-****direct phone

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Environmental Protection Agency

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20460

United States

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Pollution Prevention Northwest, Spring 2001

pprc.org [cached]

Charles Findley, EPA Region 10, Seattle


Whatcom Watch, February 2001

www.whatcomwatch.org [cached]

"Putting high-quality environmental information into the hands of citizens is one of the most powerful tools for protecting public health and the environment in our communities," said EPA Acting Regional Administrator Chuck Findley.


Point Source Emissions Regulatory Agencies - U.S. EPA Regions - ActiveSET.org

www.activeset.org [cached]

Charles Findley
Office of the Regional Administrator 206-553-0479


EPA Will Hang Tough on Dairy Inspections - Chehalis River Council

www.crcwater.org [cached]

"The state's program is broken; it doesn't work," said Chuck Findley, deputy regional administrator for EPA, referring to dairy waste-management legislation that relies on complaints to trigger inspections.
"EPA has stepped in and will stay in until there's a workable system in place. And he warned the dairy producers attending the conference that the agency's intention is to continue inspections. "They'll be unannounced," he said, "and can occur any time and anywhere in the state." As for any hope that the agency will kick in some funding to help dairy operators come into compliance, Findley made it clear that EPA doesn't have the resources to do compliance assistance and enforcement. "Since we can't do both," he said bluntly, "we'll do enforcement. Explaining that the agency has tried working with the state's Department of Ecology for many years, Findley expressed his frustration at the constraints Ecology has been under due to state legislation and inadequate resources. Nevertheless, he said, EPA would like to see an effective state dairy-waste-management program in place, primarily because federal environmental statutes call for and encourage the delegation of authority to the states. Findley also focused on an important economic concern, explaining that EPA has an obligation to ensure that there's a level playing field for dairy operators from state to state.


MGEC Environmental Solutions: Industry News

www.mgroupenv.com [cached]

According to Chuck Findley, EPA Acting Regional Administrator, the Agency has noted significant improvement in Fort Lewis' underground storage tank management program since the inspection and complaint. "The Army has taken a number of steps to both address its UST program deficiencies and to reduce the number of regulated USTs on the base," Findley said.


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