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03/16/2010Fix a Leak Week Showcases How Americans Can Save Water and Money
03/15/2010Protect Yourself and Family When Working in Areas Exposed to Contaminated Flood Water - Website Available with Flooding Information
03/11/2010EPA New England’s Curt Spalding Expands Environmental Conversation on Twitter
03/10/2010EPA Holds Public Listening Session for National Stormwater Program
03/01/2010Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District Wastewater Treatment Plant of Waterville, Maine Recognized for Excellence
02/18/2010Curt Spalding Sworn in as Regional Administrator on One-Year Anniversary of the Recovery Act
02/05/2010EPA Seeks Nominations for Annual Environmental Merit Awards // Deadline for Nominations is March 1, 2010
02/05/2010Additional Maine Communities Protect Coastal Waters / “No Discharge Area” will end boat sewage in Camden, Rockport, Rockland, and portions of Owls Head
12/23/2009U.S. EPA Releases Annual Enforcement Results and Mapping Tool
11/16/2009Settlement Clears Way for Cleanup Work at Hows Corner Superfund Site in Plymouth, Maine
11/12/2009In Time for America Recycles Day, Western Mass. Group Receives EPA Grant for Construction Debris Reuse
11/05/2009Curt Spalding Named EPA Regional Administrator for New England
10/28/2009EPA Recognizes 17 Green Power Partners for Leadership
10/21/2009School Bus Company to Implement Nationwide Anti-Idling Program and Pay Penalties for Clean Air Act Violations -
Public Health Benefits as Nation Recognizes School Bus Safety Week
10/01/2009New England Experienced Fewer Unhealthy Air Quality Days During Recent Summer
09/30/2009Eight Maine Real Estate Firms Face Fines for Lead Paint Disclosure Violations
09/24/2009New England Firms Partner to Address Climate Change
09/23/2009EPA Challenges American school districts to save energy and money with ENERGY STAR
08/28/2009Grocers and Refrigerator Companies with New England Presence Chill for the Environment
08/19/2009A Record 150 New England Communities Take Steps to Save Energy and Money
08/19/2009Three Coastal Maine Towns Stem Boat Pollution with No Discharge Area Designation - EPA also provides $264K for beach water quality monitoring in Maine
08/17/2009Summer Heat Wave Means Poor Air Quality Predicted in New England for Monday and Tuesday
08/11/2009EPA Awards Additional $25K to Brunswick Area Citizens for a Safe Environment
08/07/200913 New England Groups Selected to Receive Additional Brownfields Grants for Contaminated Land Clean Up and Local Job Creation
07/30/2009Camden, Rockport and Rockland, Maine Seek “No Discharge” Designation to Stem Boat Pollution
07/30/2009Follow EPA’s Ocean Research Vessel Tweet its Way up the New England Coast
07/22/2009Maine Gets $1.4 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Help Clean Up Underground Petroleum Leaks, Create Jobs, Protect Land and Water
07/21/2009$1.1 Million in Recovery Act Funding Will Help Reduce Diesel Emissions in New England
07/08/2009Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point Benefits from Recovery Act - $431K to Improve Water Services
07/08/2009Passamaquoddy Tribe of Indian Township Benefits from Recovery Act - $346K to Improve Water Services
07/08/2009Penobscot Tribe Benefits from Recovery Act - $216K to Improve Water Services
07/08/2009Maine Oil Storage Company Pays Penalty to Settle Clean Water Violations
07/07/2009EPA to Begin Clean Up at the Rolnick Property Site in Brewer, Maine
07/02/2009Northeast Air Managers Awarded $2.7 Million in Recovery Act Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions and Create Jobs
07/02/2009Maine DEP Awarded $746K in Recovery Act Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions and Create Jobs
07/02/2009Maine DEP Awarded $746K in Recovery Act Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions and Create Jobs
07/02/2009Maine Turnpike Authority Awarded $1.2 Million in Recovery Act Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions and Create Jobs
07/02/2009Northeast Air Managers Awarded $2.7 Million in Recovery Act Funding to Reduce Diesel Emissions and Create Jobs
06/26/2009Public Meeting for Callahan Mine Superfund Site in Brooksville, ME
06/24/2009$30+ Million of Recovery Act Funds for Wastewater Infrastructure Projects in Maine to Boost Economy, Create Jobs and Protect the Environment
05/28/2009Maine Storage Facility Pays Fine for Chemical Reporting 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
05/11/2009EPA: $6.1 Million in Grants for Contaminated Land Cleanup, Economic Development in Maine
05/06/2009New England Colleges and Universities Recognized in EPA Green Power Challenge
04/29/2009Portions of Southern Mt. Desert Isle Seeking “No Discharge” Designation to Stem Boat Pollution
04/28/2009EPA to Address Oil Contamination near Mousam River, Sanford, Maine
04/24/2009With Warmer Weather, New England Reminded of Free Air Quality Alerts and Tools
04/24/2009Maine Receives $306K in Economic Recovery Funds to Improve Water Quality, Create Jobs
04/21/2009Maine Citizens Receive Earth Day Honors with Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Award
04/09/2009Maine Receives Economic Recovery Funding from U.S. EPA to Reduce Diesel Emissions, Create Jobs
04/09/2009EPA Announces $19.5 Million in Stimulus Funds for Water Infrastructure Projects in Maine - Will Boost Economy, Create Jobs and Protect Public Health
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
04/02/2009Bar Harbor Research Lab Settles EPA Action for Hazardous Waste and Community Right-to-Know Violations
03/27/2009Maine Non-Profit Awarded $20,000 Environmental Justice Grant
03/26/2009Regional Energy Efficiency Workforce Development Forum Co-Sponsored By NESCAUM and EPA
03/26/2009Boothbay Harbor Joins Other New England Coastal Communities with “No Discharge” Designation to Stem Boat Pollution
03/25/2009Clean Up Work Resumes at Alexsons Cleaners Site in Sanford, Maine
03/20/2009Community-Specific Chemical Release Data Available for Maine - New England continues trend of lower releases to air, land and water
03/20/2009Public Information Meeting on March 31 for Hows Corner Superfund Site in Plymouth, Maine
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
01/22/2009In Search of Extraordinary Environmental Achievers
01/09/2009Maine Awarded Nearly $490K to Boost Wetlands Protection
01/07/2009Boothbay Harbor Seeks “No Discharge” Designation to Stem Boat Pollution
12/18/2008Three Towns in Southern Maine Seek “No Discharge” Designation to Stem Boat Pollution
12/05/2008EPA and Maine Take Action to Reduce Stormwater Pollution in South Portland Ecosystem
11/25/2008Good Reason for Thanks: EPA Grants Help New England
11/19/2008Seeking Good Ideas: Environmental Education Grants Available
11/14/2008Conference Will Focus on Green Development Techniques
11/03/2008Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association Selected for Waste Reduction Grants
10/28/2008Stonington, Maine Company Fined for Oil Spill Prevention Violations
10/23/2008Award Highlights Maine Woman’s Work for Children’s Health
10/17/2008Equipment Loans Help New England Volunteers Collect Water Quality Info
10/08/2008Univ. of Southern Maine Student Awarded EPA Research Grant
10/02/2008Bar Harbor Laboratory Faces Fine for Hazardous Waste Violations
09/30/2008EPA Awards Maine $492,200 for Clean Diesel Projects
09/24/2008Maine Company Fined for Clean Air and Emergency Right-to-Know Act Violations
09/23/20082 New England Facilities Join, and 7 Re-Commit to Environmental Improvements
09/22/2008Owners of Maine Vacation Parcel Pay $115,000 Fine for Filling a Wetland
09/22/2008New England Experienced Fewer Smog Days During Recent Summer
09/10/2008Environmental Responders from U.S. and Canada Practice Emergency Procedures in Vanceboro, Maine
09/05/2008Clean Up Work Begins in Sanford, Maine to Remove Contamination
08/29/2008Presumpscot River Dye Study to Begin September 2nd, 2008
08/26/2008Maine group selected for $12,330 EPA Environmental Education Grant
08/20/2008Maine group selected for $9,800 in EPA Environmental Education Grant
08/13/2008EPA Provides Over $250,000 for Environmental Monitoring of Maine’s Coastal Beaches
07/07/2008Poor Ozone Air Quality Predicted in Most of New England for Tuesday, July 8, 2008
06/26/2008New Meadows River and Quahohg Bay Studies to Begin June 30
06/17/2008Owners of Maine Vacation Parcel Face EPA Fine for Filling a Wetland
06/12/2008Conn., Maine and N.H. Share $1.7 Million EPA Funding For Property Revitalization
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
05/15/2008EPA 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
05/02/2008Stonington, Maine Company Faces Up to $157,500 Fine for Oil Spill Prevention Violations
04/30/2008EPA Tools Available as Summer Smog Season Starts