Massachusetts

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News Releases for Massachusetts

MASSACHUSETTS SUSPENDED WATER POLLUTION DISCHARGE LIMITS

No Monitoring for 1.4 Million Gallons per Day of Industrial Wastewater

NOAA ADOPTING SHIP SPEED LIMITS TO SAVE THE RIGHT WHALE

Ship Strikes are Largest Threat to Critically Endangered Marine Mammal

COAST GUARD BACKS NEW SHIPPING LANES FOR ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALE

Altered Harbor Approaches to Reduce Ship Strikes on Endangered Marine Mammal

ROMNEY REVERSES HIMSELF ON ENVIRONMENTAL CLOSURES

Office Re-Opened After Three Years Due to Predicted Enforcement Disruption

ANOTHER RIGHT WHALE CALF KILLED OFF FLORIDA—TAIL SLICED OFF

Petition to the Coast Guard for Safety Zone to Slow Ships Crossing Whales’ Habitat

STATE AUDITS FIND THREE-FOURTHS OF TOXIC CLEAN-UPS DEFICIENT

Many Privatized Hazardous Waste Removals Must be Done Over

BERKLEY TOXIC HOT SPOTS MISTESTED, STATE AUDIT FINDS

Commonwealth Threatens Fines in Cancer Cluster at Bog’s Landing

ROMNEY ADMINISTRATION ILLEGALLY DRAINING CLEAN WATER JEWEL

110-Year Old Park Trashed; Biggest Wetland Loss in 15 Years

RULE DELAYS DOOM RIGHT WHALE TO EXTINCTION, TOP ADVISOR SAYS

Marine Mammal Commission Call for Emergency Ship Strike Safeguards Ignored

ENVIRONMENTALISTS CHALLENGE STATE TO DO BETTER

Commonwealth’s “Dirty Water” Is Nothing to Celebrate

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