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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: November 6, 2017 CONTACT: Cathy Corkery, Sierra Club NH, 603-224-8222 John Tuthill, Working on Waste, 603-863-6366 / 603-852-4474 cell Concerned Community Members Speak Out Against Wheelabrator Concord Company’s Air Pollution Permit Public Hearing Tuesday, November 7th ..
Propane facilities pose substantial safety risks – which is why North Branford’s zoning regulations banned them. However, when a propane company wanted to build a facility on land owned by a town councilman, the town ..
On May 31st, Brayton Point coal plant, the largest fossil fuel power plant in all of New England, retired permanently. Toxics Action Center first started working with residents in Somerset, Mass. a decade ago, and ..