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1,600 number of abandoned, mislabeled and mishandled drums containing hazardous chemicals stored in Abrachem Chemical (a former bulk chemical packaging facility in Clifton, New Jersey) that the EPA successfully cleaned up by working closely with the local and state authorities. * $8.5 million amount that five companies and two individuals have agreed to fund to clean up contamination at the Landia Chemical Company Superfund site located in Lakeland, Florida. * 6.5 million homes could have their electricity powered by the amount of electricity U.S. wind energy installations produce on a typical day.** $36 million in funds from the ARRA that have been awarded from the DOE to Pennsylvania's State Energy Office and local cities and counties to help lower energy use, reduce carbon pollution, and create green jobs across the State.**$40 million funding available from the DOE to support design and planning work for the Next Generation Nuclear Plant (NGNP).…Log In to Read Full Article

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