The Massachusetts portion of the Connecticut River is impacted by four remaining CSO communities, all of which have been working to reduce CSO discharges for decades.
Summary of our Earth Day activities, including tree planting, cyanobacteria mitigation, and trash cleanups!
Data results showing the impact of plastic in the Connecticut River watershed, from samples in 2021-2022 across 13 sites on the mainstem and 2 tributaries.
Our assessment of PFAS in the Connecticut River based on available research throughout the watershed.
Joint comments here: https://www.ctriver.org/wp-content/uploads/2022-07-22-Coalition-Comments-on-Proposed-VWQS-Draft-Rule.pdf
December 7, 2021 Nathan Chien U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 1 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 (06-4) Boston MA 02109-3912 Cathy Vakalopoulos MassDEP
November 3, 2021 Attn: Sewage Notification Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection One Winter Street, 5th Floor Boston, MA 02108 Sent via email to:
August 26, 2021 Janet Deshais U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 1 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 (06-4) Boston MA 02109-3912 Claire Golden
Syed Bokhari Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse Water Planning and Management Division 79 Elm Street Hartford,
February 5, 2021 Shannon Ames, Executive Director Low Impact Hydro Institute 1167 Massachusetts Avenue Office 407 Arlington, MA 02476 Submitted electronically to: email@example.com