EPA’s move to limit ‘forever chemicals’ would go beyond Massachusetts’ existing regulations

by WBGH News | March 14, 2023
On the other hand, some critics of the regulations are concerned it doesn’t go far enough. “We can no longer afford this chemical by chemical approach when there are over 14,000 PFAS,” said Kyla Bennet, science policy director with Public Employees for Environmental ...

Environmentalists File Complaint Over Massachusetts’ Aerial Pesticide Spraying

by WBGH News | July 8, 2020
“Environmentalists filed a complaint Wednesday with state’s inspector general over aerial spraying of insecticide to control mosquitoes carrying Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). The disease is rare, but can be deadly. There were 12 human cases in Massachusetts last year, six ...
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