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State awards $3.8M for brownfield investigation

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development awarded $3.8 million to 21 communities to investigate specific site ripe for brownfield remediation.

DEEP awards $129K in forestry grants

The Department of Energy & Environmental Protection awarded $129,093 through 15 grants to encourage tree planting and tree management throughout the state.

CT hosting Earth Day test drives in Hartford

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection will hold an electric vehicle fair on Earth Day, April 22, at Bushnell Park in Hartford.

Westport firm launches new environmental paper

Westport-based FutureMark Paper Group has launched the first 100 percent recycled paper to work with high-end corporate marketing materials and magazines.

Unilever paying $4.5M for Clinton pollution

Health and beauty production manufacturer Unilever Home & Personal Care will pay $4.5 million and serve three years probation for violating the Clean Water Act in Clinton for 2008.

CT investing $68M in 159 brownfields

The Department of Economic and Community Development has invested $68.4 million in grants and loans to 159 brownfields throughout the state, according to a new published report on the...

Bald eagles close Windsor Locks park

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection has closed Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail until June to protect a pair of nesting bald eagles.

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-15, Large Company Category

#4 COCCCOCC, a provider of industry-leading complete technology services to banks and credit unions, is a mutual company offering a high level of customer service...

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-20, Small/Medium Company Category

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Two manufacturers to pay $98K for EPA violations

A Bristol and a Southington manufacturer will have to pay a total of $98,291 in penalties and investments for violating federal rules to prevent chemical accidents, according to the U.S.

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