The Environmental Protection Agency is praising the National Hockey League, the Boston Bruins and the New Jersey Devils for successful food recycling efforts.
As clean as the harbor is now, the problems aren’t completely fixed. A viewer’s husband digs clams on the harbor’s shores, and is curious about recent closures.
The Massachusetts Port Authority is helping owners of old trucks buy newer, environmentally friendly vehicles.
The owners of a Danvers chemical plant that exploded in 2006 have agreed to pay a projected $1.3 million to help pay for the cost of cleaning up.
Proposal would cap the noise level on motorcycle exhaust systems at 84 decibels, the level recommended by the EPA. the current level is 106.
The Boston area public transit system is rejecting an advertisement from activists faulting U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s environmental record.
Three small businesses in Massachusetts have received a combined $454,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop new technologies to promote clean air and drinking water.
The Mystic River watershed has received a nearly failing environmental grade due to bacterial contamination.
The head of the Andover/North Andover League chapter decided to hand in her resignation after the League of Women Voters ad attacking a recent vote by Senator Scott Brown.
The Bruins will be awarded the Environmental Merit Award from the EPA in a special ceremony at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday afternoon.