Technicians place red tags, which prohibit fuel deliveries, on heating fuel tanks that don’t comply with Vermont’s safety standards. With more than 650 red tags assigned since Aug 1, technicians are rushing to make repairs.
Using drones and photogrammetry, scientists are analyzing the geology near Rutland Airport to track — and stop — the spread of toxic chemicals.
Since 2017, engineers have been working with the town and the state to locate more than a thousand lead pipes that carry drinking water into homes. New funds allow the town to begin replacing them.
Ticklenaked Pond in Ryegate had been plagued by excess phosphorus for years. After state and community efforts, the water has been cleaned up.
The bill would mandate that the state meet emissions reduction goals by 2025 — and allow for lawsuits if the state misses its target.
The discovery prompted an agriculture official to question whether crops should be harvested from those fields.
The companies also want to trash recyclables during the coronavirus state of emergency.
Contamination from the base roughly doubles background PFAS, but environmental regulators say levels remain well below what would warrant a ‘do not fish’ order.
The change in rates follows a years-long fight between the local utility, Morrisville Water and Light, and Lost Nation, Rock Art, and Butternut Mountain Farm
Walke replaces Emily Boedecker, who stepped down Friday.
The Grafton defense contractor mixed flammable and hazardous materials for years without fire and worker safety protections.
Department of Environmental Conservation officials said 8,000 gallons of leachate spilled as a result of the collision.
The school issued a ‘do not drink’ notice and started offering bottled water after tests detected elevated PFAS levels in the water system.
Landfill owner Casella and DUMP have reached a settlement agreement, which will require additional evaluation of odor control measures.