Latest Connecticut Environment

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Propane Storage Plan On Shoreline Draws Opposition

A proposal to store propane gas in a Connecticut shoreline community is drawing opposition from local residents.


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Nuclear Plant Operators Deal With Radioactive Waste Storage

With nowhere else to put its nuclear waste, the Millstone Power Station overlooking Long Island Sound is sealing it up in massive steel canisters on what used to be a parking lot.


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Report Due Wednesday On State’s Environment

The Council on Environmental Quality is releasing its annual report on the condition of Connecticut’s environment.


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Eel Industry Picks Up In Connecticut

Connecticut is inching closer to the lucrative eel industry.


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Connecticut, Rhode Island Joining To Improve River Quality

WESTERLY, R.I. (AP) – State environmental officials from Rhode Island and Connecticut are combining efforts to improve the quality of water in the Pawcatuck River. The Westerly Sun reports (http://bit.ly/1oqMeUP ) officials from Rhode Island’s […]


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Lucie McKinney, Widow Of Former Congressman, Dead At 80

Lucie McKinney, the widow of former U.S. Rep. Stewart McKinney and mother of State Sen. John McKinney, has died. She was 80.


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CL&P Seeks Rate Increase

Connecticut Light and Power says it will seek a 5.9 percent rate increase from state regulators as it works to replace aging infrastructure and improve reliability.


Sewage spills, May 1, 2014

Heavy Rains Result In Sewage Spills Around The State

Recent heavy rains sent partially treated sewage spilling into Connecticut waterways in more than a dozen communities Thursday — including Branford, Bridgeport, Bristol, Fairfield, Greenwich,m Meriden, Middletown, Milford, Nortalk, Stamford, Stratford, Wallingford, and West Haven.


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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Limits On Cross-Border Pollution

The Supreme Court has ruled to uphold a rule adopted by the Environmental Protection Agency to limit emissions from plants in more than two-dozen Midwestern and Southern states which drifts across state boarders to Connecticut and other Eastern States.



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