She’s Emily Boedecker, most recently of the nonprofit group Local Motion. The governor also filled a job that remained open at the Public Service Department.
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
State officials have said identifying, testing and approving a new well for a public water system usually takes a year to 18 months. The current well is contaminated with PFOA.
News Release — Vermont Environmental Consortium February 3, 2017 Contacts: Vermont Environmental Consortium 802-747-7900 [email protected] The Vermont Environmental Consortium, VT Dept. of Environmental Conservation, and the Vermont Technical College, Present: “Evolving Regulations and Emerging Contaminants” Conference RANDOPLH, VT-The Vermont Environmental Consortium and Vermont Technical College (VTC) are excited to announce registration is open for the […]
The new administration appears driven by an unprecedented hostility to science itself.
Vermonters throw away nearly 400,000 tons of refuse each year.
Forty percent of funding for the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation is at risk. Fifty federal employees in Vermont could be affected by the freeze.
Aaron Septic and Drain has now renewed its permit and agreed to pay a $15,000 fine, but the town of Brattleboro says the company still owes it money.
Vermonters are also donating more usable food that otherwise might be thrown away, says a report from the Department of Environmental Conservation.
If toxic blue-green algae continues to bloom unabated on the lake, it could hurt the $2.5 billion tourism economy.
The Department of Environmental Conservation says Saint-Gobain is potentially responsible for contamination from the manmade chemical PFOA.
News Release — Rutland Regional Planning Commission November 10, 2016 Contact: Barbara Noyes Pulling Rutland Regional Planning Commission [email protected] 802-775-0871 x207 Rutland, VT – Through a grant provided by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the Rutland Regional Planning Commission (RRPC) is continuing its multi-pronged outreach work focused on improving water quality in this […]
Efforts to pinpoint the spread of the contaminant PFOA also are expanding with more monitoring wells.
Editor’s note: This article by Edward Damon was first published in the Bennington Banner on Sept. 16, 2016. BENNINGTON — Short-term fixes to stop smells and compliance issues at the aging wastewater treatment plant are underway, but a long-term solution could cost millions and lead to higher fees. A state order requires the town come […]