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02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in Connecticut
02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in New Hampshire
02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in Massachusetts
02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in Rhode Island
02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Decrease in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in Vermont
02/10/2014EPA Analysis Shows Increase in 2012 Toxic Chemical Releases in Maine
02/05/2014EPA Tips to Help Reduce Health Concerns and Improve Efficiency When Using Wood Heaters
02/05/2014Comment Period for Proposed Remedy Selection Plan for the Small Arms Ranges located at Joint Base Cape Cod (formerly MMR)
02/03/2014Nominations for EPA New England’s Annual Environmental Merit Awards - Deadline is Feb. 21, 2014
01/30/2014EPA Completes Reviews of 22 Site Cleanups
01/23/2014EPA Will Hold a Public Hearing in Boston Feb. 26 on New Wood Stove Air Pollution Standards -- Proposal would make new wood stoves and heaters significantly cleaner
01/22/2014UNH Stormwater Center Awarded Nearly $1M from EPA for Philadelphia Green Infrastructure Project
01/08/2014EPA Requires Hudson, NH Manufacturing Company to Pay a Fine and Make Hazardous Waste Operations Safer for Community
01/07/2014Sixteen Grants Will Help Protect Wetlands in New England
12/19/2013West Haven, Conn. fined for Illegal Sewage Discharges; Will Take Action to Significantly Reduce Sewage Discharges to New Haven Harbor and Long Island Sound
12/19/2013Chicopee Company Pays Fine and Ships over 40,000 lbs of Hazardous Waste, Protecting Human Health and the Environment
12/19/2013EPA Settlement Yields Improved Ability for Nantucket Company to Respond to Oil Spills
12/18/2013Increased Eelgrass in Long Island Sound is Good News for Fish and Wildlife
12/16/2013EPA and FEMA Partner to Strengthen Vermont Communities’ Flood Response and Preparation
12/11/2013NH Hazardous Waste Site Added to Superfund’s National Priorities List; Windham, Maine Site Proposed
12/09/2013LISS Announces Publication of New Science Book Synthesizing Decades of Long Island Sound Research
12/05/2013Settlement Helps Repay Cleanup Costs for Durham Meadows Superfund Site in Durham, Conn.
11/26/2013EPA and Vermont Announce Public Meetings to Discuss Lake Champlain Cleanup Efforts
11/25/2013Supplier for Embalming Chemicals Takes Action to Improve Safety at Facilities under Settlement
11/25/2013EPA Finalizes Remediation Plan for Scovill Industrial Landfill Superfund Site in Waterbury, Conn.
11/20/2013Four New England Students win EPA Research Fellowship Awards
11/20/2013EPA Awards $556,650 to Help Massachusetts Marine Vessels Reduce Diesel Emissions
11/18/2013EPA Recognizes Sharon, Mass. for Water Conservation Efforts
11/15/2013New England Institutions Honored for Food Waste Recycling Efforts on America Recycles Day
11/14/2013Maine Companies Honored by Northeast Diesel Collaborative for Efforts to Reduce Air Pollution
11/13/2013New England Supermarkets Recognized for Environmental Achievements
11/08/2013New England Leaders Convene to Help Communities Prepare for Climate Change Challenges
11/07/2013EPA Reaches Cleanup Decision for J2 Range and Groundwater Plumes at Camp Edwards
11/07/2013Settlement Collects Cleanup Costs for Birch Swamp Road Superfund Site in Warren, R.I.
10/28/2013EPA Oversees Sampling at Centredale Manor Property in N. Providence R.I.
10/28/2013Methuen Mass. School Bus Company Pays $33K Penalty for Excessive Idling
10/25/2013EPA Awards $75,000 to Providence, R.I. to Reduce Water Pollution, Build Resilience to Climate Change
10/24/2013$1.29 million Awarded for Community-Based Projects to Improve Health of Long Island Sound; More than $915,000 awarded to support projects in Connecticut
10/21/2013New England Experienced Fewer Unhealthy Air Quality Days During Summer Ozone Season
09/26/2013Staples Recognized for Green Power Leadership
09/18/2013Registration Open for Annual Cornell Pond Fishing Derby in North Dartmouth, Mass.
08/23/2013Hazardous Waste Settlement Leads to School Cleanups in 60 Schools in R.I. and Mass.
08/13/2013EPA Grant Helps Youth Learn Environmental Skills at Lowell, Mass. Water Treatment Plant
08/12/2013Salem, Mass. Contractor Faces Penalty for Violating Lead Renovation Rule at Kittery, Maine Site
08/08/2013Meriden Conn. Company Pays Fine for Hazardous Waste Violations
08/08/2013EPA Completing Multi-Year Research on Lyme Disease and Ticks on Cape and Islands
08/07/2013EPA Announces 2012 Report Card grades for the lower Charles River and the Mystic River Watershed
08/07/2013EPA Awards $598K to Massachusetts Small Businesses for Sustainable Technology Development
07/31/2013Billerica, Mass. Company to Pay $2.6+ Million for Alleged Pesticide Violations
07/31/2013STATEMENTS: Senior EPA Officials Pay Tribute to Ira Leighton, who Helped Shape Environmental Protection since 1972
07/31/2013Springfield, Mass. Housing Authority Settles Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Case
07/17/2013EPA Seeks Public Input on Proposed Actions for Two Massachusetts Military Reservation Sites
07/17/2013Poor Air Quality Expected in So. New England Thursday, 7/18; Coastal CT, RI, MA
07/17/2013School Bus Company to Install Automatic Idle Shut-off Controls and Pay Penalties under the Clean Air Act
07/16/2013Laconia N.H. Company Fined for Failing to Notify Tenants about Lead Paint Hazards
07/15/2013EPA Provides Additional $3.5+ Million for Brownfields Cleanups in New England
07/11/2013R.I. Property Management Company Fined for Failing to Notify Tenants about Lead Paint Hazards in Providence
07/02/2013Groundbreaking for $3.15 Million PCB Cleanup at the Former Lawrence Metals Site in Chelsea, Mass.
06/26/2013Federal Agencies Awarded for Reducing Environmental Footprint in New England
06/26/2013Massachusetts Organizations and Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
06/26/2013Connecticut Organizations and Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
06/26/2013Maine Organizations and Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
06/26/2013New Hampshire Organizations and Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
06/26/2013Two Vermont Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
06/26/2013Rhode Island Organizations and Residents Receive Prestigious EPA Environmental Award
06/24/2013Heatwave Means Poor Air Quality Expected for Southern Coastal New England and Coastal Maine on Tuesday, June 25
06/19/2013Three New England Small Businesses Win EPA Grants for Environmental Technologies
06/19/2013UMass Lowell Student Team Recognized by EPA for Sustainable Environmental Solutions
06/13/2013EPA Provides Smart Growth Assistance to North Kingstown, R.I.
06/13/2013MassDOT and Contractor Fined for Clean Water Violations
06/12/2013New Haven, Conn. Cold Storage Warehouse Fined for Release of Toxic Ammonia from Facility
06/12/2013Researchers with New England Connections Earn EPA Award for Innovative Research
05/30/2013Poor Air Quality Will Continue in Southern New England, including N.H. and Maine Coasts, for Friday and Saturday
05/29/2013Poor Air Quality Predicted for South Coastal New England Until Saturday June 1
05/29/2013Camden Hills Regional High School Wins Two National Environmental Education Awards
05/21/2013Two Mass. Sites Added to National Superfund List, and One N.H. Site Proposed to be Listed
05/10/2013Rhode Island Shipbuilder to Pay Fine and Take Actions to Reduce Air Emissions under Settlement with EPA
05/10/2013EPA Awards $12 Million to Clean Up New England Brownfield Sites
05/09/2013EPA Conducts “Five-Year Review” for 16 New England Superfund Sites
05/02/2013Rhode Island Company Pays $198,500 to Settle Clean Air Violations at Brattleboro, VT Facility
05/01/2013Free Tools Available to Protect Health as Summer Smog Season Starts
05/01/2013Rhode Island Boatyard to Reduce Air Emissions and Pay Penalty
04/26/2013EPA Honors Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for Food Recovery Efforts
04/23/2013New England Buildings Score in National Energy Star Building Competition
04/22/201323 New England Colleges Join Effort to Reduce Food Waste
04/18/2013R.I. Landlords Fined for Failing to Notify Tenants about Lead Paint Hazards in Woonsocket
04/17/2013Three Boston-area Businesses Recognized by EPA for Green Power Purchases
04/08/2013Dudley, Mass. Packaging Plant to Pay Nearly $485K Penalty for Environmental Violations
04/04/2013Kingston, N.H. Concrete Producer Agrees To Resolve Clean Water Act Violations
04/01/2013Seven New England Colleges and Universities Honored for Food Waste Recycling Efforts
03/28/2013Company to Purchase Emergency Response Equipment for Fairfield Conn. under EPA Settlement
03/27/2013Old Town, Maine Pulp Mill Pays Fine for Clean Water Act Violations
03/26/2013Eight New England Organizations Receive 2013 Energy Star Awards
03/22/2013Bridgeport Conn. Landlord Fined for Failing to Notify Tenants about Lead Paint
03/20/2013City of Portland, Maine will Pay Penalty and Take Steps to Address Sewer Overflows
03/20/2013Recent Actions Ensure New England Companies Adhere to Protections in Federal Pesticide Law
03/18/2013Students in Fairfield, Maine Partner with Green Plumbers Training Program for Fix a Leak Week March 18-24
03/13/2013Boston Makes National Top 10 of Cities with the Most Energy Star Buildings
03/11/2013EPA Seeks Public Input on Camp Edwards Proposed Training Device
02/28/2013Raytheon, Staples Recognized for Climate Leadership

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