An environmental group has sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over its alleged failure to respond to Freedom of Information Act (FOI A) requests for documents related to a New Jersey hazardous waste site. Pub. Employees for Envtl. Responsibility v. EPA, No. N/A (D.D.C. filed 10/24/11). Plaintiff seeks a declaration that EPA wrongfully withheld documents related to a 570-acre site in Pompton Lakes, where blasting caps were manufactured and other industrial processes were conducted from 1902 until the facility closed in 1994. Plaintiff also seeks the agency’s hazardous ranking system scores for the site and 75 other Resource Conservation and Recovery Act sites in New Jersey. According to the complaint, although the FOI A requests were submitted to EPA on July 27, 2011, “[p]laintiff has yet to receive any responsive documents” from the agency. The complaint seeks an order directing EPA to disclose the requested documents and awarding attorney’s fees.