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11/30/2012Settlement Repays Cleanup Costs for Whitman Cistern Site in Whitman, Mass.
11/30/2012EPA Awards Research Fellowships to 18 New England Students 
11/26/2012Meriden Conn. Company Will Provide Emergency Response Equipment to settle Environmental Concerns
11/26/2012School Bus Company to Implement Anti-Idling Program, Pay Penalties for Idling Violations in Conn. and R.I.
11/26/2012New Haven Company Will Pay Penalty for Hazardous Waste Violations
11/20/2012Green Infrastructure Porous Pavement Project Completed in Arlington, Mass.
11/19/2012EPA Approves Work to Begin Construction of South Terminal in New Bedford, Mass.
11/15/2012Three Boston-area Businesses Honored for Food Waste Recycling Efforts on America Recycles Day
11/14/2012Amended Cleanup Decision for Kearsarge Metallurgical Corp. Superfund Site in Conway, N.H.
11/08/2012Public Meeting on 2012 E. Long Island Sound Dredged Material Supplemental EIS
10/25/2012Work Begins to Remove Contamination at Newtown, Conn. Site
10/25/2012EPA Completes Construction Work at W.R. Grace Superfund site in Acton, Mass.
10/24/2012EPA Awards Grant in Connecticut to Support Healthy Schools
10/17/2012EPA Completes Cleanup Decisions for Three Camp Edwards Areas
10/17/2012EPA Completes Review of Gallup’s Quarry Superfund Site in Plainfield, Conn.
10/15/2012Maine Department of Environmental Protection Receives $1.39 million Grant from EPA to Fund Clean Diesel Projects
10/15/2012Connecticut Maritime Foundation Receives $800,000 Grant from EPA to Fund Marine Clean Diesel Project
10/12/2012EPA Seeks Public Input on Modified Training at Camp Edwards
10/12/20125th Five-Year Review Completed of Auburn Road Landfill Superfund Site in Londonderry, N.H.
10/10/2012EPA Issues Cleanup Decision for Woonasquatucket River in Rhode Island
10/10/2012AVX Corp. to Pay $366 Million in Settlement, Accelerating Cleanup of New Bedford Harbor Contamination in Massachusetts
10/04/2012Sterling, Conn. Horse Facility to Restore 11+ Acres of Wetlands, Resolving Clean Water Act Violations
10/01/2012New England Had More Smog Days during Recent Summer, but Long-Term Trend of Cleaner Air Continues
09/28/2012Maine to Receive Over $4 Million in EPA Brownfields Grants
09/24/2012More Than $750,000 Awarded in Connecticut for Community-Based Projects to Improve Health and Vitality of Long Island Sound
09/20/2012Rhode Island Transit Authority wins EPA Clean Air Excellence Award
09/18/2012Leeds Metal Site in Maine Added to National Superfund List
09/18/2012EPA Proposes Two Massachusetts Sites to be Added to National Superfund List
09/14/2012Motorcycle Importer Pays Penalty to Resolve Clean Air Violations
09/13/2012Vermont to Receive Nearly $1.5 Million in EPA Brownfields Grants
09/13/2012Final Record of Decision for Cleanup at Naval Submarine Base in New London, Conn. Superfund Site
09/13/2012Registration Open for Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
09/12/2012EPA Settlement with UMASS Amherst Resolves PCB Violations and Requires Cleanup of PCB Contamination at a Building on Campus
09/12/2012Glass Recycler Faces Fine for Clean Water Violations at Franklin, Mass. Facility
09/06/2012EPA and Mass National Guard Reach Agreement on 2011 Firing Range Training Violation Allegations at Camp Edwards
09/04/2012Town of Wellesley Designated First Green Power Partner Community in Massachusetts
08/30/2012Poor Air Quality Predicted for Southern New England on Friday, Aug. 31
08/28/2012US Coast Guard Academy in Conn. Awarded for Green Electronics
08/28/2012Painting Company Fined for Failure to Notify Customers about Lead Hazards in New England
08/28/2012Industrial Laundry in Lebanon, N.H. Faces Fine for Clean Water Violations
08/23/2012Settlement with City of Gloucester Ensures Improvements to Treatment Plant and Addresses Sewer Overflows
08/23/2012Settlement Requires Boston Water and Sewer Commission to Remedy Sewer and Stormwater Discharges
08/22/2012MIT Researchers Awarded $750,000 Grant to Study Climate Change Effects
08/21/2012Small Business in Topsfield, Mass. Receives $300,000 Grant to Develop Air Quality Monitoring Equipment
08/21/2012Public Meeting and Hearing on Sept. 12 Will Discuss Groundwater at Fletcher’s Paint Superfund Site in Milford, N.H.
08/20/2012EPA Awards Over $1 Million in Brownfields Grants to Somerville, Mass.
08/17/2012EPA Awards $400,000 to Assess Fall River, Mass.
08/15/2012Settlement with City of Fitchburg Ensures that City Addresses Wastewater and Storm Water Discharges
08/14/2012Two Connecticut-based Companies Recognized by EPA as Top Green Power Partners
08/14/2012Lowell, Mass. Youth Participate in Summer Job Program and Learn Environmental Skills
08/13/2012EPA Awards $400,000 for Brownfields Cleanup Work in New Hampshire - Towns to cleanup two former automotive shop locations
08/08/2012EPA Awards $400,000 to Help Framingham Expand Current Brownfields Assessment Program
08/03/2012EPA Awards $400,000 to Help Attleboro Cleanup and Revitalize Neighborhoods
08/02/2012New Haven Company Faces Fine for Hazardous Waste Violations
08/02/2012Maine Company Faces Penalty for Violations of Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations 
08/02/2012High Ozone Levels and Poor Air Quality Predicted for parts of Connecticut, Central Massachusetts and coastal N.H. on Friday Aug. 3
07/25/2012300+ New England Buildings Compete in Energy Star National Building Competition
07/25/2012Penobscot Indian Nation Receives Grant of nearly $149,000 to Improve Water Quality
07/20/2012Rhode Island Property Owner Faces Fine for Failing to Notify Tenants about Potential Lead Hazards
07/20/2012Southern Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Mt. Hope Bay Protect Coastal Water from Boat Pollution -
Designations Complete Most Massachusetts Coastal Water Protections
07/19/2012Chemical Producer Faces Fine for Environmental Violations at Fairfield, Conn. Facility
07/16/2012EPA Proposes Amendments to Cleanup Plan for Woonasquatucket River in N. Providence, R.I.
07/16/2012High Ozone Levels Will Mean Poor Air Quality for Southern New England on Tues. July 17, 2012
07/12/2012Hot Weather Means Poor Air Quality Predicted for parts of New England Tomorrow and Saturday
07/03/2012EPA Awards $317,000 for Brownfields Job Training and Urban Water Protection Grants in Rhode Island
07/02/2012Fairhaven Shipyard Companies, Inc. to Pay $175,000 to Resolve Violations of the Clean Water Act
07/02/2012EPA Awards $200,000 for Environmental Job Training Grant in Hartford, Conn.
06/29/2012With Summer’s Arrival, Rhode Islanders Reminded About Woonasquatucket River "Do's and Don'ts"
06/28/2012EPA Awards $120,000 to Revitalize Urban Waters of Spicket River and Merrimack River
06/22/2012Meeting will Update Public about Wells G and H Superfund Site in Woburn
06/19/2012Hot Weather for Southern New England Means Poor Air Quality Anticipated Wed. June 20
06/14/2012EPA Welcomes Bates College, UNH and Keene State College into the Food Recovery Challenge
06/13/2012EPA Announces $600,000 to Assist Lawrence/Merrimack Valley Planning Commission in Cleanup and Redevelopment Work
06/11/2012EPA Seeking Public Input on Three Cleanup Decisions on Camp Edwards
06/11/2012EPA, Massachusetts and Connecticut Host Public Meetings on Housatonic River Status
06/11/2012Environmental Education Award Presented to Old Town, ME Teacher
06/11/2012EPA Announces $500,000 to Assist in Worcester, Mass. for Cleanup and Redevelopment Work
06/06/2012EPA Resumes Ninth Season of Dredging in New Bedford Harbor
06/05/2012EPA Awards $6.75 Million in Brownfields funding to Cleanup and Revitalize Massachusetts Communities
06/01/2012Environmental Education Award Presented to New Haven Teacher
05/30/2012EPA Awards Nearly $3.5 Million in Brownfields Funds to Cleanup and Revitalize Connecticut Communities
05/29/2012EPA Awards $1.2 Million in Brownfields Funding to Cleanup and Revitalize Rhode Island Communities
05/24/2012New Englanders Reminded that Skin Cancer is Most Common, and Most Preventable Cancer in U.S. - Sun Safety Tips for 'Don’t Fry Day': May 25, 2012
05/20/2012Mystic River Water Quality Receives a “D” - Ongoing efforts, analysis highlight problem areas
05/16/2012Keene, N.H.-based Wholesale Grocer Fined for Chemical Release in Hatfield, Mass.
05/15/2012EPA, Massachusetts and Connecticut Host Public Meetings on Housatonic River Status
05/04/2012Southern Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Seek to Protect Coastal Water from Boat Pollution
05/04/2012EPA Approves Additional Field Work at Fletcher’s Paint Superfund Site in Milford, N.H.
05/02/2012Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Acknowledged for Exceptional Asthma Program
05/01/2012Companies Fined for Failing to Notify Tenants About Lead Paint at Two Navy Bases in New England
04/27/2012As Summer Smog Season Starts, Free Resources Help Protect People
04/26/2012EPA and Mass. DEP Host Public Meeting on Walton and Lonsbury Site in Attleboro
04/26/2012EPA Removal Work Begins at Danvers, Mass. Site
04/25/2012Massachusetts Citizens Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Awards
04/25/2012Connecticut Citizens and Organizations Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Award
04/25/2012New Hampshire Citizens Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Awards
04/25/2012Vermont Citizens Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Awards
04/25/2012Two Maine Citizens Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Awards
04/25/2012Rhode Island Citizens Receive Prestigious Regional EPA Environmental Awards
04/21/2012Annual Charles River Report Card Shows Water Quality Remaining Good and Improving

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