"Evergreen Solar Inc., one of Massachusetts’ rising green energy stars, is on its way to becoming one of the state’s top producers of hazardous waste."
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The state budget crisis has caused the Massachusetts legislature to eliminate all funding for the state's Toxics Use Reduction Institute.
Twenty-two new National Recreational Trails, covering more than 525 miles, provide a good opportunity to cover outdoor recreation topics.
The Newark Star-Ledger reports a move by a top New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection official to prevent public disclosure of scientific information that should be public until political appointees without science credentials and press officers have approved it.
A May 17 fire at Sunoco's Marcus Hook refinery near Philadelphia underscored its day-in-day-out impact on the environment.
"It's an old energy problem with a new solution: After decades of facing prohibitively high costs to install solar panels, Massachusetts residents will be able to lease the panels for a tiny fraction of their upfront cost."
The Cape Wind project to build a wind farm in Nantucket Sound won approval of a key permit from Massachusetts.
After a 25-year delay, dredging has finally begun to remove PCB-laced sediments from the stretch of the Hudson River polluted by a GE plant.