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04/15/2011EPA Solicits Public Comment on Permit to Reduce Stormwater Discharges from Construction Sites
04/07/2011EPA Grants Available to Improve Health in New England Communities
04/06/2011Portsmouth N.H. Scrap Yard Ordered to Address Polluted Water Discharges
04/04/2011EPA Selects 32 Locations for Assistance with Sustainable Community Planning
03/25/2011Proposed Permit Designed to Help Restore Health to New Hampshire’s Great Bay Estuary
02/22/2011EPA’s Energy Star Leaders Drive Greater Energy Efficiency
01/28/2011Poor Air Quality Predicted in Southwestern Conn. and in Valley Areas of Mass., N.H. and Vermont
01/12/2011Cleanup Scheduled to Begin in Late-January at Hillsborough, N.H. Site
12/30/2010Poor Air Quality Predicted in Connecticut and in Valley Areas of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont
12/16/2010EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2009 Toxic Chemical Releases in New Hampshire
12/13/2010Colleges Invited to Compete for Top Recycling Title in 2011
11/23/2010EPA Co-Sponsors Green Chemistry Forum for New England Scientists
11/23/2010Town of Merrimack, New Hampshire Industrial Pretreatment Program Recognized for Excellence
11/22/2010With Cooler Weather, Advice to New Englanders for Safer, Cleaner Wood-Burning
11/19/2010Unilateral Administrative Order Issued Regarding Mottolo Superfund Site in Raymond, N.H.
11/03/2010Six New England Companies Face Fines for Chemical Reporting Violations 
11/02/2010Mining and Ready-Mix Concrete Company Faces Penalties for Clean Water Act Violations
10/21/2010Keene, N.H. School Pays Fine for Asbestos Violations
10/19/2010Manchester, N.H. School Conserves Energy and Earns Energy Star 
10/19/2010EPA Technical Assistance Will Help Concord, New Hampshire with Sustainable Growth and Development 
10/13/2010Access Routes Established for Cleanup of Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in Plaistow, N.H.
10/08/2010Increased Recycling of Gypsum Wallboard Waste Promoted in the Northeast
10/07/2010Seven New England Groups Selected for EPA Environmental Education Grants
10/01/2010Hot New England Summer Meant More Smog Days, but Long-Term Trend is toward Cleaner Air
09/29/2010Three New England Organizations – in Maine, N.H. and Mass. – Recognized for Energy Efficiency and Fighting Climate Change
09/21/2010Across New England, 180 Communities Take Leadership Role on Energy Issues
09/21/2010National Drug “Take Back” Program Offered in New England Communities on Sat. Sept. 25
09/21/2010New England Colleges Challenged to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at Football Games
08/31/2010Poor Air Quality Predicted for Southern and Eastern New England for Wednesday and Thursday
08/19/2010New England Schools Get Ready for School Year – and Big Energy Savings
08/17/2010Get Your Students Back to School – While Saving Money and Helping the Environment
08/02/2010Mottolo Superfund Site Plan Proposed - Comment Period Begins / EPA to hold public meeting Aug. 4, 2010
07/29/2010Milford, N.H. Gas Station to Pay Nearly $50K for Oil Spill Violations
07/22/2010Massachusetts Authorized to Implement Lead Renovation Program; EPA Provides More Time for Contractors To Obtain Certification and Training
07/21/2010EPA Provides Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM) $850,000 to Reduce Emissions from Regional Locomotives
07/20/2010Two N.H. Companies Face Fines for Oil Spill Prevention Violations
07/14/2010Newport, N.H. Treatment Plant Operator Recognized for Outstanding Service
06/01/2010Impact of Canadian wildfires expected to continue through Wednesday
05/27/2010Enjoy Summer Weather in New England: ‘Don’t Fry’ to Prevent Skin Cancer
05/04/2010 Summer Smog Season Starts: Air Quality Awareness Week, May 3 to May 7, 2010
04/29/2010 EPA Awards $16+ Million to Cleanup and Revitalize New England Communities -- Neighborhoods to gain health, environmental and economic benefits
04/22/2010New Hampshire Residents Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Award in Ceremony Recognizing 40th Anniversary of Earth Day
03/29/2010EPA Reminds Public: Avoid Contact with Contaminated Flood Water - Flood water can contain raw sewage, other harmful contaminants
03/24/2010Boston and New England Buildings Receive Energy Star Recognition
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
03/01/2010Hanover, New Hampshire Water Reclamation Facility 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
12/23/2009U.S. EPA Releases Annual Enforcement Results and Mapping Tool
11/19/2009In N.H., Timberlane School Buildings Earn Energy Star
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
10/22/2009New Hampshire and EPA Launch Campaigns to Replace Old Non-EPA Certified Wood Stoves and to “Burn Wise”
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
10/09/2009N.H. Yogurt Company Honored for Reducing CO2 Emissions
10/07/2009Six New England Companies Settle with EPA for Pesticide Violations
10/06/2009Two N.H. and Mass. Companies Face Fine for Souhegan River Oil Spill and Failing to Implement SPCC Plan
10/01/2009New England Experienced Fewer Unhealthy Air Quality Days During Recent Summer
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
08/18/2009Portsmouth to Build Higher Level of Treatment and Control Sewer Overflows
08/17/2009Summer Heat Wave Means Poor Air Quality Predicted in New England for Monday and Tuesday
08/12/2009Nine Mass. and N.H. Communities Face Actions to Improve Storm Sewer Pollution
08/07/200913 New England Groups Selected to Receive Additional Brownfields Grants for Contaminated Land Clean Up and Local Job Creation
08/06/2009Ready-Mix Concrete Producer Agrees To Resolve Clean Water Act Violations
07/30/2009Follow EPA’s Ocean Research Vessel Tweet its Way up the New England Coast
07/22/2009New Hampshire 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
07/20/2009NHDES Employee Receives National Recognition for Providing Outstanding On-site Wastewater Operator Technical Assistance
07/02/2009Northeast Air Managers Awarded $2.7 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
06/18/2009Two Real Estate Firms Fined for Lead Paint Disclosure Violations in Four New England States
06/02/2009$2.8 Million in Grants for Contaminated Land Cleanup, Economic Development in New Hampshire
05/28/2009Lebanon, N.H. Will Take Action to Eliminate Sewage Discharges to Connecticut and Mascoma Rivers
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