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THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Environmental Management will receive $846,343 in grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to replace freight trucks and diesel-burning marine engines that move products and services across the state.

R.I. DEM receives $846K in federal grants to help state replace...

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management will receive $846,343 in grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to replace freight trucks and...

R.I. receives $3.1M from EPA for brownfield projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island will receive $3.1 million in Environmental Protection Agency funding for brownfield projects, the EPA announced Monday. The agency will give the...

McKee eyes infrastructure upgrades at Port of Galilee

NARRAGANSETT – Rodman Sykes says the docks that his fishing vessels tie up to at the Port of Galilee have taken a beating over...

McKee to commit over $150M to climate change initiatives in proposed...

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee announced Wednesday that he will be committing more than $150 million that is earmarked for a series of...
ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND: Terry Gray, acting director for the R.I. Department of Environmental Management, will be the guest speaker at the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Eggs & Issues breakfast event Jan. 12 at Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Editor’s Choice: Acting DEM director to speak at NRI Chamber breakfast...

EDITOR’S CHOICE Acting DEM director to speak at NRI Chamber breakfast event TERRY GRAY, acting director for the R.I. Department of Environmental Management, will be...

EPA completes demolition, cleanup at North Smithfield Superfund site

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The Environmental Protection Agency has completed a hazardous waste cleanup at the Stamina Mills Removal Site on School Street, the agency...
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