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RIDEM receives $130K grant from EPA to monitor and map wetlands

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management has received $131,190 in Wetland Program Development Grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for state-led...
THE DEM is seeking school to participate in a free program to remove and dispose of banned or unwanted laboratory chemicals.

DEM seeks schools for free laboratory chemical removal program

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management said Friday that is seeking more schools to participate in a program to remove and dispose...
THE EPA has granted a combined $1.1 million to Rhode Island organizations to restore and conserve coastal ecosystems in the state. / COURTESY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

EPA awards $1.1M to R.I. entities for coastal conservation and restoration

PROVIDENCE – Seven Rhode Island entities have been awarded a combined $1.1 million in federal grants to promote cleaner water and healthier coastal ecosystems,...

R.I. gets $269M federal loan to help clean up Narragansett Bay

EAST PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island authorities have received a $268.7 million federal loan to help pay for construction of a 2.2-mile sewage containment tunnel...
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP announced via Twitter Wednesday that he will revoke California’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles. The decision could impact New England, as five of the six states have adopted California's greenhouse gas standards. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

California vows fight as Trump takes aim at clean-car authority

NEW YORK – President Donald Trump said he will revoke California’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from autos, his latest clash with the...
THE EPA HAS ANNOUNCED its proposed plan for a cleanup of the Walton and Lonsbury Superfund Site in Attleboro. / COURTESY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

EPA announces cleanup plan for Attleboro Superfund Site

PROVIDENCE – A proposed cleanup plan was announced for the Walton and Lonsbury Superfund Site in Attleboro, the EPA announced Thursday. The EPA added the...
THE EPA announced that Star Plating Co. reached a settlement with the agency over 14 counts of violations of hazardous waste environmental regulations. / COURTESY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

New Bedford company settles with EPA over violation of hazardous waste...

NEW BEDFORD – Southcoast Plating Inc., doing business as Star Plating Co., has settled with the Environmental Protection Agency over 14 counts of violations...
SEN. JACK REED announced Rhode Island has received $200,000 in BEACH Act grants overseen by the EPA for beach water quality monitoring. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

R.I. receives $200K for beach water quality monitoring

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island has been awarded a $200,000 Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coast Health Act grant to support beach water quality monitoring and...
WOONSOCKET has been selected to receive $300,000 from the EPA for brownfields assessment. / COURTESY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

EPA awards Woonsocket $300K for site assessments and preparation

WOONSOCKET – The city of Woonsocket will receive $300,000 in Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields assessment funding and assistance, the EPA announced Wednesday. The funds will...
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY officials announced a Pawtucket developer had agreed to pay a $82,000 fine to settle allegation of improper storage and management of toxic chemicals.

Pawtucket developer agrees to pay $82K to settle toxic chemical allegations

EAST PROVIDENCE – A local developer has agreed to pay a $82,000 federal fine to settle claims it improperly stored toxic chemicals at a...

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