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Waterford site to be first shoreline park in 50 years

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced on Tuesday plans to turn a 32-acre property in Waterford into Connecticut’s first shoreline state park in more than 50 years, rejecting a...

ISO strikes LEED Gold for Windsor facility

Regional power grid administrator ISO New England has obtained LEED Gold status for its $39 million backup facility in Windsor.

CT investing $2.6M in Middletown riverfront development

Middletown’s plans to redevelop parts of its riverfront land on the Connecticut River will benefit from $2.6 million in state funds, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced Monday.

EPA administrator in Hartford to discuss Clean Water Act

A controversial proposed change to how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency interprets and enforces the 1972 Clean Water Act was the subject of a visit to Hartford on Monday afternoon by the...

$3.8M+ Capewell site cleanup starts

Removal of hazardous materials has begun at Hartford’s former Capewell Horsenail Factory site using a $2 million state loan to ready the South End property for conversion to housing and office...

N. Haven, Westport dealers win electric car awards

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection awarded Toyota dealers in Westport and New Haven for selling or leasing the most electric vehicles earlier this year.

Coastal cleanup hits 44 beaches

New Haven nonprofit program Save the Sound organized the cleanup of 44 public beaches this fall as part of International Coastal Cleanup day.

Commuters beware: Deer and moose season has arrived

Those who drive to the office early and leave late are more likely to encounter deer or moose on the roads, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection warned Tuesday.

DEEP to host electric vehicle day

The Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association and the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection are hosting Electric Vehicle Day at the Capitol on Thursday.

Hazardous material to be removed from Sikorsky Airport

The U.S. Environmental Protection agency is holding a public hearing Wednesday to discuss the removal of 14,000 cubic yards of hazardous materials in Bridgeport as part of the Sikorsky Airport...

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