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By germanifa01 - March 31st, 2009, 3:15, Category: General



Environmental cleanup from tanker crash
WWLP 22News, Springfield
A year after that tanker truck explosion on 1-91 at the Chicopee Curve that killed a truck driver, work is ending on the environmental clean-up from that accident. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection oversaw the process. ...
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Winds of Change Evident in US Environmental Policy
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin Daniel Reifsnyder, a 25-year State Department veteran, knew even before President Obama was elected that US environmental policy was going to change. So in early Nove! mber, he called a couple of his Environmental Protectio! n Agency ...
Environmental policy shifts under Obama SmartBrief
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Brewer selects Ariz. environmental regulator
Forbes, NY
Jan Brewer on Monday announced a major appointment, picking a former Bush administration official to become the state's top environmental regulator. The move fills a key post that has proved to be sensitive in the past because of the interplay between ...
EPA's Grumbles to head up DEQ Arizona Capitol Times
Brewer selects Ariz. environmental regulator KSWT-TV
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Environmental firm opens Stratford office
Stamford Advocate, CT
HRP Associates, an environmental engineering firm based in Farmington, is opening a new office in Stratford on Wednesday to expand its business in Fairfield County. "A lot of our business is geared toward commercial property transactions, and there's a ...
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Mass. river designated for environmental attention
WTEN, NY
AP - March 30, 2009 9:14 PM ET BOSTON (AP) - A 13-mile stretch of the Upper Housatonic River in western Massachusetts will be getting some extra attention from state environmental officials. Secretary of Environmental Affairs Ian Bowles said Monday ...
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