Every year in Massachusetts more than 40% of the waste in landfills, incinerators, or as litter (more than 2 million tons) is composed of materials that were banned from disposal long ago by Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection regulations. This report covers the scope of the problem and provides recommendations to eliminate this substantial portion of the waste stream.
In This Issue | Let's Talk Trash! | Massachusetts: Offshore Wind in Salem | Connecticut: Equitable Energy Efficiency | Connecticut: PFAS | Massachusetts: The Road to Net-Zero Emissions Buildings in Boston | Massachusetts: Celebrating Steve Turner | Massachusetts: Polluted Polly Comes to Massachusetts
In This Issue: Clean Water Action Leading on PFAS | Progress on Climate Justice | Nano Technology: Industrial Revolution 2.0 | Join the Youth Action Collaborative | Safe Cleaning and Disinfecting | Let Us Breathe | We All Live Downstream: The Clean Water Action Podcast | Reducing Transportation Emissions to Address Environmental Injustices | Big Gains on PFAS in Connecticut | Rhode Island Makes Progress on Climate Change