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Critics claim Trump golf courses would benefit from proposed clean water...

A proposed Clean Water Act rule, two organizations claim, would benefit President Trump and potentially violate the U.S. Constitution’s domestic emoluments clause.

Battery power versus nuclear power, in Mount Kisco contamination lawsuit

“EPA now places some urgency on a matter that has not been the subject of urgency for decades,” Victor Cannistra says in a court affidavit, “and is making unreasonable demands to access our property.”

Former Pace Law dean Alexandra Dunn tapped for EPA chemicals post

Dunn served as dean of environmental law programs from 2007-10 and taught Environmental Justice and Human Rights and the Environment as an adjunct professor at Pace Law in White Plains.

Connecticut and New York win against EPA in pollution lawsuit

Connecticut and New York won a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to comply with the Clean Air Act’s requirement to control the smog pollution from upwind states.

EPA agrees to $35K payment in $7M mercury cleanup at Rye...

A third-party scrap dealer allegedly paid Steel of West Virginia $1.35 per pound for the mercury, or about 70 percent below market rate.

Norwalk company gets EPA approval for Ranger Ready Repellents

The product is designed to protect people from tick and mosquito bites for up to 12 hours.

U.S. sues three companies for mercury cleanup at Rye Brook Superfund...

The mercury refinery operated out of a makeshift laboratory in a garage behind a house at 55 Hillandale Road.

Attorney General George Jepsen joins coalition threatening to sue EPA

The coalition is accusing the Environmental Protection Agency of failing to live up to its mandate to control methane pollution.

Ex-EPA chief Gina McCarthy returns to Connecticut as Green Bank board...

Her appointment by President Obama to the EPA position took a record 154 days between her nomination and confirmation, and her EPA tenure was marked by a failed congressional attempt to impeach her and with criticism of her handling of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

Jepsen and Schneiderman oppose Trump on undoing Clean Power Plan

AGs promise they "won’t hesitate to protect those we serve."

Stamford, Bridgeport receive $45K to address environmental issues

Recipients include Stamford's Charter Oak Communities and Bridgeport’s Center for Ecological Technology.

EPA recognizes Connecticut and New York companies for environmental awareness

Several companies headquartered in Connecticut and New York have been recognized by federal Environmental Protection Agency for their efforts to reduce green house gas emissions.

Army Corps releases dredge plan

A total 31 sites in Connecticut and 17 in New York are on the list.

UConn Stamford hearing targets dredge material

State maintains option to dump at sea.

Indian Point’s owner stands to benefit from new EPA rule

A new EPA rule that seeks to reduce pollution by 2030 will likely benefit nuclear-power generating companies such as Entergy Corp.