Posts Tagged ‘ Conservation Law Foundation ’

Recycler hit with Clean Water Act lawsuit

Sep 19th, 2013 | By

Norwich, Conn.-based Shetucket Iron & Metal Co. Inc. is being sued in U.S. District Court in Connecticut by three environmental groups who content that stormwater runoff from 20-foot high piles of scrap at Shetucket’s facility is contaminating local waterways.

Lawyer: Cost of Natural Gas Conversion May Outweigh Benefits

Dec 4th, 2012 | By

As soon as Gov. Dannel P. Malloy unveiled his draft energy plan for the state in October, heating oil dealers were up in arms over its assumption that expansion of natural gas would save consumers money. One energy expert says the energy plan actually says the opposite. “The departments analysis clearly indicates that a large

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Soundkeeper, CFE, CLF File Suit in New Haven Federal Court

Jun 11th, 2012 | By

June 9, 2012 By Soundkeeper SOUNDKEEPER in coalition with CFE and CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION FILE CLEAN WATER ACT CITIZEN SUITS AGAINST EIGHT CONNECTICUT COMPANIES NEW HAVEN, CT — Today, Soundkeeper, Connecticut Fund for the Environment and the Conservation Law Foundation announced that they filed complaints against eight Connecticut companies who allegedly violated the Clean Water

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Environmental Groups Sue EPA On Cape Cod Pollution

Aug 31st, 2010 | By

The Conservation Law Foundation and the Coalition for Buzzards Bay say excess nitrogen from septic systems, stormwater runoff and wastewater treatment can cause algae blooms that choke off oxygen that marine life needs. EPA spokeswoman Paula Ballentine says the agency is committed to reducing nitrogen levels. via Environmental Groups Sue EPA On Cape Cod Pollution

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