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01/10/2012$372K in EPA Grants Awarded to Improve Health in New England Communities
01/09/2012Massachusetts Landlords Fined for Failing to Notify Holyoke Area Tenants about Lead Paint
01/05/2012EPA Analysis Shows Increase in 2010 Toxic Chemical Releases in New Hampshire
01/05/2012EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2010 Toxic Chemical Releases in Rhode Island
01/05/2012EPA Analysis Shows Increase in 2010 Toxic Chemical Releases in Vermont
01/05/2012EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2010 Toxic Chemical Releases in Massachusetts
01/05/2012EPA Analysis Shows Increase in 2010 Toxic Chemical Releases in Maine
01/05/2012EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2010 Toxic Chemical Releases in Connecticut
12/29/2011EPA Reaches Settlement on Groundwater Cleanup at the Davis Liquid Waste Superfund Site in Smithfield R.I.
12/20/2011R.I. Army National Guard Installs Corrosion Control System to Comply with EPA Order
12/14/2011Three New England Organizations Recognized for Reducing Waste
12/09/2011EPA Recognizes Manchester High School West on Energy Reduction Efforts
11/18/2011Danbury Conn. Reaches Settlement for Clean Water Violations
11/17/2011November 2011 SPCC Compliance Deadline Extended to May 2013 for Agricultural Facilities; EPA Providing Compliance Assistance to Farms for SPCC Rule
11/17/2011EPA and GSA Team Up to Promote Energy Efficiency in Federal Facilities in Boston and New England
11/17/2011EPA Recognizes Staples and State Street as One of Nation’s Top Green Power Partners
11/16/2011Cheshire, Connecticut Company to Pay Fine for Clean Air and Chemical Reporting Violations
11/15/2011EPA Celebrates Successful Food Recycling Efforts by National Hockey League’s Boston Bruins and N.J. Devils
11/10/2011EPA Orders Developer and Construction Company to Address Discharges of Turbid Stormwater
11/09/2011Vermont Mapping Software Wins National EPA Award
11/07/2011EPA Provides the Greater Hartford Transit District with $295,398 to Reduce Emissions with Transit Bus Engine Repowers
11/07/2011EPA to Hold Public Informational Meetings on Woonasquatucket River Cleanup Plan 
11/07/2011EPA Provides the Maine Department of Environmental Protection $250,000 to Reduce Emissions with Marine Engine Repowers
11/07/2011EPA Announces More Than $1.3 Million for Clean Diesel Projects in New England States
11/02/2011EPA Concludes Season’s Dredging of New Bedford Harbor Contaminated Sediment
10/28/2011EPA Awards Univ. of Connecticut Grant to Help Design Sustainable Technologies; College students to design projects to help environment and economy
10/28/2011EPA Awards University of New Hampshire with Grant to Help Design Sustainable Technologies - College students to design projects to help environment and economy
10/27/2011EPA Issues Proposed Cleanup Plan for Woonasquatucket River
10/27/2011New Hampshire School Bus Company Pays Penalty for Violating Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations
10/24/2011Worcester Mass. Non-Profit Organization Awarded $100,000 Community Action for Renewed Environment Grant
10/19/2011Charles River Pollution Control District Pays Penalty for Clean Water Violations
10/19/2011International Award Recognizes Successful Ongoing Work to Clean the Charles River
10/14/2011ExxonMobil Addresses Stormwater at Everett Terminal – Better Water Quality in Mystic and Island End Rivers Will Result
10/14/2011EPA and GSA Tour a Certified Electronics Recycling Business in Londonderry/Company exemplifies Obama’s “National Strategy for Electronics Stewardship”
10/12/2011Connecticut Electric Distribution Company Pays Fine for PCB Violations
10/11/2011Massachusetts Company Faces Fines for Oil Pollution Prevention Violations
10/11/2011EPA and GSA Tour a Certified e-Stewards Electronics Recycling Business in Worcester/
Company Exemplifies Obama’s “National Strategy for Electronics Stewardship
10/11/2011Vermont Oil Distributor Settles Clean Water Act Violations
10/11/2011Pharmaceutical Chemical Manufacturer in Coventry, RI Faces Fines for Violating Hazardous Waste Laws
10/11/2011Massachusetts Tool Maker Will Pay $227,500 for Clean Water Act Violations
10/11/2011Massachusetts and Japanese Companies Settle with EPA for Pesticide Violations
10/05/2011Portsmouth N.H. Scrap Metal Company Faces Fine for Polluted Water Discharges
10/05/2011New Bedford Organization Selected for EPA Environmental Education Grant
10/05/2011Providence, RI Organization Selected for EPA Environmental Education Grant
10/05/2011Maine Organization Selected for EPA Environmental Education Grant
10/05/2011Connecticut Organization Selected for EPA Environmental Education Grant
09/30/2011Vermont Ski Area Pays Penalty for Wetlands Violations
09/29/2011New England Experienced Fewer Unhealthy Air Quality Days During Past Summer
09/29/2011Updated Clean Water Discharge Permit for Merrimack Station in Bow, N.H. Issued for Review
09/28/2011Food Manufacturing Company in Ward Hill, Mass. Cited for Clean Air Act Violations
09/28/2011Six New England Companies Settle with EPA for Pesticide Violations
09/26/2011Ready-Mix Concrete Producer Agrees To Resolve Clean Water Act Violations
09/22/2011Cranston R.I. Company to Pay Fine for Chemical Reporting Violations
09/20/2011EPA Recognizes Supermarkets for Environmental Achievement in New England
09/20/2011Stratham N.H. Facility to Pay Fine for Environmental Reporting Violations
09/19/2011S. Portland Maine Facility faces EPA Sanction for Unsafe Storage of Hazardous Chemicals
09/19/2011EPA Provides $1.5 Million for Clean Diesel Upgrades in Massachusetts; Clean diesel projects reduce early deaths and asthma attacks, boost local economy
09/19/2011Cleanup of Hazardous Materials Completed at Hillsborough, N.H. Site
09/06/2011Top Environmental Officials Announce Action Agenda to Restore and Protect Long Island Sound
09/02/2011Registration Open for Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
08/30/2011Limestone, Maine Water and Sewer District Gains Environmental Benefits from Federal and State Assistance
08/26/2011Federal Funding Will Provide Significant Boost for Job Training in Bridgeport, Conn.
08/22/2011Maine Oil Company Fined for Clean Water Violations
08/22/2011Cranston R.I. Company Faces Fine for Chemical Reporting Violations
08/19/2011Job Training Grant Will Help Develop Green Workforce Skills in Merrimack Valley
08/17/2011EPA’s Youth and Environment Program Helps Lowell, Mass. Students
08/15/2011Innovative Technology Will Reduce Cleanup Time at Lowell Mass. Silresim Site
08/15/2011Cleanup Plan Announced for Iron Horse Park Superfund Site in Billerica, Mass.
08/15/2011Settlement Will Pay Clean Air Act Penalties and Repay Portion of Clean Up Costs from Danvers, Mass. Explosion in 2006
08/15/2011Braintree, Mass. Waste Facility Agrees to Spend Over $1.7 Million to Settle Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations
08/11/2011The City of Newport, RI Will Upgrade Facilities and Pay Fine to Settle Clean Water Violations
08/01/2011Outer Cape Cod Now Protected from Boat Sewage Pollution; ''No Discharge Area'' designation finalized for the Outer Cape Cod of Massachusetts
07/29/2011Public Meeting and Hearing on Changes to the Cleanup Plan for the Burgess Brothers Landfill Superfund Site in Bennington, VT
 
07/29/2011Removal Effort to Begin at Vassalboro, Maine Site
07/28/2011Courtyard by Marriott and Grappone Conference Center in Concord N.H. Join EPA WasteWise Program
07/28/2011New England Buildings Battle for Title of Energy Efficiency
07/26/2011Settlement at Facemate Superfund Site in Chicopee Helps Clear Way for Redevelopment 
07/25/2011Public Meeting for Ely Mine Superfund Site in Vershire, VT - Wed. 7/27/11 at 7PM
07/22/2011Poor Air Quality Predicted Again for Southern Coastal New England for Sat. July 23
07/22/2011EPA Provides Update on Efforts to Address Dioxin Contamination in the Woonasquatucket River
07/21/2011Elevated Ozone Levels Predicted in Southern Coastal New England for Friday, July 22, 2011
07/20/2011EPA Seeking Public Input on Significant Remaining Cleanup Area on Camp Edwards
07/20/2011Poor Air Quality Predicted for Sections of New England for Thursday, July 21, 2011
07/20/2011National Chemical Company will Upgrade Facilities and Pay Fine to Settle Clean Air Violations  
07/14/2011Cheshire, Conn. Company Faces Fine for Environmental Reporting Violations
07/14/2011Northbridge, Mass. Foam Manufacturer Agrees to Reduce Air Emissions and Pay A $127,500 Penalty to Settle Clean Air Violations
07/13/2011Manchester NH Laundry to Reduce Air Emissions and Fund Cleaner Burning Wood Stove Purchases
07/13/2011Comments Sought on Revised Cleanup Plan for Burlington’s Pine Street Canal Superfund Site 
07/08/2011Companies in Vermont and Massachusetts face sanctions for failing to prevent oil spills
07/06/2011Agreement Ensures Removing Contaminated Buildings from Nuclear Metals Superfund Site in Concord, Mass.
06/29/2011EPA Awards Funds to Cleanup and Revitalize Quincy, Mass.
06/28/2011EPA Accelerates Work at Aerovox, Resumes Eighth Season of Harbor Dredging In New Bedford
06/27/2011EPA Awards Funds to Cleanup and Revitalize Springfield, Mass.
06/21/2011Four New England Congregations Receive Energy Star Labels
06/15/2011With Summer’s Arrival, Rhode Islanders Reminded About Woonasquatucket River ''Do's and Dont's''
06/10/2011EPA Awards $400,000 to Cleanup and Revitalize Rhode Island Communities and provide economic, health and environmental benefits
06/10/2011EPA Awards $3.5 Million to Cleanup and Revitalize Massachusetts Communities, Neighborhoods to gain economic, health, environmental benefits
06/10/2011EPA Awards Nearly $3 Million to Cleanup and Revitalize Maine Communities
06/09/2011EPA Awards Funds to Cleanup and Revitalize Somerville, Mass. Neighborhood 
06/08/2011Poor Air Quality Predicted to Continue in Southern and Coastal New England for Thursday, June 9, 2011

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