Time to step up enforcement of environmental regulations

KEEPING IT CLEAN: Clean Water Action Rhode Island Director Jamie Rhodes highlights electronic waste-recycling programs as a sign of environmental progress in the state. / PBN PHOTO/NATALJA KENT
KEEPING IT CLEAN: Clean Water Action Rhode Island Director Jamie Rhodes highlights electronic waste-recycling programs as a sign of environmental progress in the state. / PBN PHOTO/NATALJA KENT
Jamie Rhodes was named director of Clean Water Action Rhode Island on Feb. 1. Rhodes believes his biggest initial challenge will be continuing the strong reputation Clean Water Action has built as an environmental voice in Rhode Island under his predecessor, Sheila Dormody. Dormody left the organization late last year when she was named Providence’s…

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