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News Releases by State: NEW HAMPSHIRE


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05/28/2009U.S. Army Research Facility Agrees to Pay Penalty for Hazardous Waste Violations
05/21/2009Getting Ready for Summer: Tips to Save Energy and Fight Climate Change
05/19/2009Getting Ready for Memorial Day: Slip, Slap, Slop and Wrap -- Don’t Fry Your Skin
05/14/2009Stonyfield Farm Receives EPA Clean Air Award
05/06/2009New England Colleges and Universities Recognized in EPA Green Power Challenge
04/27/2009N.H. Landlord Fined and Will Take Steps to Reduce Risk of Lead Poisoning
04/24/2009With Warmer Weather, New England Reminded of Free Air Quality Alerts and Tools
04/24/2009New Hampshire Receives Economic Recovery Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions, Create Jobs
04/24/2009New Hampshire Receives $395K in Economic Recovery Funds to Improve Water Quality, Create Jobs
04/21/2009 New Hampshire Citizens Receive Earth Day Honors with Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Award
04/15/2009Up to $5 million in Recovery Act funds added to cleanup at Ottati and Goss Superfund Site in Kingston, N.H.
04/08/2009Grant Proposals Accepted for Healthy Community Efforts in New England
04/02/2009EPA Reminds School Districts of Federal Requirements Regarding the Safe Management of Asbestos
03/26/2009Regional Energy Efficiency Workforce Development Forum Co-Sponsored By NESCAUM and EPA
03/20/2009Community-Specific Chemical Release Data Available for New Hampshire - New England continues trend of lower releases to air, land and water
03/11/2009WaterSense®Fix a Leak Week - March 16-20, 2009
03/06/2009EPA Recognizes Staples as One of Nation’s Top Green Power Purchasers
03/03/2009Boston Ranks in Top 25 U.S. Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Buildings
02/27/2009Grants to Develop Green Technology Go to 3 New England Companies
02/26/2009EPA Provides Nearly $230,000 for Manchester Transit Authority to Retrofit Municipal Diesel Vehicles
02/05/2009Oil Company Fined for Inadequate Spill Prevention Controls in New Hampshire
02/04/2009Public Meeting Next Week for Dover Municipal Landfill Superfund Site in Dover, N.H.
01/28/2009Henniker, N.H. Wastewater Treatment Facility Recognized for Excellence
01/23/2009Four New England Developers Pay Fines for Clean Water Violations
01/22/2009In Search of Extraordinary Environmental Achievers
01/09/2009New Hampshire Awarded Over $525K to Boost Wetlands Protection
01/08/2009N.H. Landlord Fined and Will Take Steps to Reduce Risk of Lead Poisoning
12/23/2008Town of Bristol, NH Wastewater Treatment Facility
Recognized Nationally for Excellence, along with the NHDES
11/25/2008Good Reason for Thanks: EPA Grants Help New England
11/20/2008Settlement Locks In Funding for Clean-up of Beede Site in Plaistow, N.H.
11/20/2008EPA to Continue Soil Removal in Peterborough, N.H.
11/19/2008Seeking Good Ideas: Environmental Education Grants Available
11/14/2008Conference Will Focus on Green Development Techniques
11/06/2008Two Real Estate Corporations Charged With Failing to Warn Purchasers and Tenants about Lead Paint in New England
11/03/2008Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association Selected for Waste Reduction Grants
10/30/2008Innovation Pays: N.H. and R.I. Projects Net $275K Grants
10/28/2008Army Research Facility in Hanover N.H. Faces Hazardous Waste Violations
10/17/2008Equipment Loans Help New England Volunteers Collect Water Quality Info
10/08/2008UNH Student Awarded EPA Research Grant
09/25/2008EPA Awards New Hampshire $492,200 for Clean Diesel Projects -- Part of Nearly $2.4 Million State and Federal Grants Funded Across New England
09/24/2008Manchester, N.H. Landlords Face Fines for Failing to Warn Tenants about Lead Paint
09/23/20082 New England Facilities Join, and 7 Re-Commit to Environmental Improvements
09/22/2008New England Experienced Fewer Smog Days During Recent Summer
09/16/2008Small Businesses and Congregations Fight Climate Change through Energy Efficiency and Innovation
08/27/2008N.H. Based Printing Manufacturing Company Fined for Environmental Violations in South Hadley, Mass.
08/20/2008NH group selected for $41,700 EPA Environmental Education Grant
08/13/2008EPA Provides $201,450 for Environmental Monitoring of New Hampshire Shoreline Beaches
07/17/2008Poor Air Quality Predicted in Most of New England for Friday, July 18, 2008
07/16/2008Clean Up Work Underway at Kingston, N.H. Superfund Site
07/14/2008Public Comment Period Extended for Proposed Change to the Soil Cleanup Plan at the Fletcher’s Paint Superfund Site in Milford, N.H.
07/07/2008Poor Ozone Air Quality Predicted in Most of New England for Tuesday, July 8, 2008
06/30/2008Responsible Parties to Pay EPA and NH DES for Cleanup Costs at Elite Laundry Site in Jaffrey, N.H.
06/19/2008N.H. and Mass. Estuaries Selected for EPA Climate Case Study
06/12/2008Conn., Maine and N.H. Share $1.7 Million EPA Funding For Property Revitalization
06/11/2008Public Meetings Will Review Soil Cleanup Plan for Fletcher's Paint Superfund Site in Milford, N.H. // Tuesday, June 17, 7:00 p.m. at Milford Town Hall
06/09/2008Air Quality Alert for Most of New England - Tuesday, June 10
06/06/2008Poor Air Quality Predicted in Most of New England for this Weekend
05/29/2008Environmental Justice Grants Now Available in New England - Application Deadline is June 30
05/27/2008Agreement Sets Stage for Clean Up of Dover, N.H. Landfill Superfund Site
05/15/2008EPA Celebrates Award Winning Green Building Designs in Boston
05/08/2008"Healthy Community" Grants Awarded; Guidance Available for 2008 Grants
05/05/2008Clean Drinking Water? Have Your Well Tested to be Sure
04/30/2008EPA Tools Available as Summer Smog Season Starts
04/29/2008Colby College and Southern New Hampshire University Among Top 10 in EPA’s Green Power Championship
04/24/2008EPA Administrator Recognizes New Hampshire Leaders With President’s Volunteer Service Award
04/22/2008New Hampshire Citizens Receive Earth Day Honors with Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Award
04/21/2008Looking for Green, N.H. Muncipalities Start with Energy Efficiency through EPA Challenge
04/21/2008Looking for Green, Municipalities Start with Energy Efficiency through EPA Challenge
04/16/2008Earth Day Continues to be a Call to Action
04/07/2008Three Brownfields Grants Awarded in New Hampshire // Part of nearly $10 Million Funded Across New England
04/03/2008Time to Prepare for Earth Day – Tell EPA about Your New England Earth Day Events
04/02/2008Healthy Schools Brochure Delivers Info on Healthy Educational Environments in Time for Earth Day
04/02/2008New England Water Works Assoc. Joins EPA’s WaterSense Program - Group Will Promote Simple Ways to Save Water
03/17/2008Hollis, N.H. Receives Over $150,000 in EPA Funding for Clean School Buses
03/17/2008Air Quality Group Receives $100,000+ EPA Grant to Retrofit Construction Equipment in N.H. and Mass.
03/17/2008EPA Announces $5.4 million for New Clean Diesel Projects in the Northeast
03/12/2008EPA Strengthens Smog Standards to Better Protect Human Health and the Environment
03/06/2008New England Laboratories Exercise Readiness for Water Contamination Incident
03/05/2008NHDES Employee Recognized for Outstanding Wastewater Operator Training and Technical Assistance
03/05/2008 Town of Bristol, NH Wastewater Treatment Facility -- Recognized for Excellence
03/05/2008NEIWPCC Recognized for Outstanding Wastewater On-site Technical Assistance and Operator Training
02/28/2008New England Postal Facilities Help Boost EPA Performance Track Program Beyond 500-Member Mark
02/28/2008New Englander Included in First-Ever EPA Agricultural Advisory Committee
02/28/2008N.H. Based Manufacturing Company Faces $125K Fine for Environmental Violations in South Hadley, Mass.
02/27/2008New Hampshire Municipality Fined for Clean Water Violations
02/25/2008Dartmouth College Receives Grant for Collaborating to Sustain the Planet
02/21/2008N.H. Landlord to Pay Penalty and Take Steps to Reduce Risk of Lead Poisoning ; EPA Settlement Affects Apartments in Manchester and Antrim
02/21/2008Community-Specific Chemical Release Data Available for New Hampshire; New England continues trend of lower releases to air, land and water
02/20/2008Six New England Companies Settle with EPA for Pesticide Violations
02/13/2008More Than 175 Buildings in New England Receive ENERGY STAR Designation
02/13/2008Poster contest sheds light on sun safety - Annual competition gives New Engand students a chance to raise awareness, win prizes; deadline is April 1
02/12/2008Cell Phone Recycling is an Easy Call
02/12/2008Federal Agreement Ensures Long-term Protection of the Troy Mills Landfill Superfund Site in Troy, N.H.
02/11/2008New England Fortune 500 Companies Recognized for Green Power Purchases
02/07/2008EPA Recognizes Stop and Shop and Giant Food; Only Supermarkets Receiving 2007 ENERGY STAR Leaders Recognition
02/07/2008Stop and Shop Enters Partnership to Help Fight Climate Change
02/04/2008New England Water Utilities Can Reduce Costs with Improved Energy Management
01/28/2008New England Student Designs in Solid Pursuit of Prestigious EPA ‘People, Prosperity and the Planet’ Awards
01/28/2008Two Major Supermarket Chains in New England Join EPA's GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership
01/17/2008EPA Seeks Nominations for Annual Environmental Merit Awards - Deadline for Nominations is Feb. 1, 2008