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DEEP looks to elevate plastics recycling

Matt Pilon |

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has aligned itself with an industry-backed effort to increase the voluntary recycling of plastic bags, films and packaging.

I-84 engineers zero in on capping highway at ground level

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

Engineers working on a project to redesign Interstate 84 through much of Hartford have taken two project models off the table — a tunnel and an elevated highway.

Young millionaires seek 'social-impact' investments

Patrick Gillespie | CNNMoney |

Millennials are changing the investing agenda. They don't just want to grow their money: Many Millennials want to achieve social and environmental goals through their investments.

Tips for keeping your workplace summer wardrobe cool and compliant

By Orlena Cowan | HRACC |

Summer months may shift your office into chill mode but what does that mean for your attire? Although it's heating up outside here are some tips to help you keep your workplace wardrobe cool and...

Smog could cost global economy $2.6T a year

CNNMoney |

Toxic air isn't just bad for human lungs and the environment, it's also terrible for the global economy, according a new report.

DEEP: Watch for turtles

Matt Pilon |

It's turtle nesting season and state wildlife officials want motorists to be on the lookout to avoid running them over.

CT tags $11M for 20 TOD projects

Connecticut has earmarked nearly $11 million to fund 20 transit-oriented development projects across the state to spur economic activity and jobs.

Shoptech’s tracker tools fuel growth in CT, abroad

Mathew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

As the operations manager for Berlin precision tool and fixtures manufacturer Sirois Tool, Andre Nadeau is concerned with efficiencies.

After delay, shared solar moves forward

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has issued a draft request for proposals for the state’s delayed shared clean energy program.

Green Bank invests $2M in Southington digester project

Keith Griffin |

A Southington company has received a $2 million loan from the Connecticut Green Bank to build a $12 million food-waste-to-energy-plant. The $12 million project will produce up to 1.1 megawatts of...

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