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Mass. DEP responds to 184 County / Jim Phillips / TSM
Mass. DEP responds to 184 County / Jim Phillips / TSM

Six Firefighters Sent To Hospital During Hazmat Incident

A state D-E-P Hazardous Materials crew responded to 184 County Street in New Bedford Monday morning after two firefighters became overcome by fumes in the building.

Fire Chief Michael Gomes says firefighters responded to the scene just before 10am, and two men entered the building to investigate

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TSM - Members of Southcoast Alliance for a Cleaner Tomorrow get ready to board a bus to Boston to meet with D-E-P
TSM - Members of Southcoast Alliance for a Cleaner Tomorrow get ready to board a bus to Boston to meet with D-E-P

Dartmouth Group Gets Few Answers From DEP

 

A busload of Southcoast residents went to Boston on Tuesday, hoping to convince D-E-P officials to do more testing at the Smith-Robinson Landfill in Dartmouth.

The D-E-P wants to move forward with a plan to cap the privately-owned landfill, with slightly contaminated soil from the Boston area.

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tsm - Planning Board member Joe Toomey (second from left) discuss Smith Landfill with town residents.
tsm - Planning Board member Joe Toomey (second from left) discuss Smith Landfill with town residents.

Dartmouth Residents Continue To Oppose Landfill Capping Plan

 

More than 100 Dartmouth residents attended a pep rally of sorts Thursday night in North Dartmouth. 

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Selectmen Hear Complaints About Fairhaven Shipyard

Work being done on Fairhaven's waterfront was the center of a discussion Monday night before the town's Board of Selectmen.

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tsm - J. Jacquart, Assist. Dir. of Sustainability, UMass Dartmouth (L), Prof. Adam Sulkowski, UMass Dartmouth (R)
tsm - J. Jacquart, Assist. Dir. of Sustainability, UMass Dartmouth (L), Prof. Adam Sulkowski, UMass Dartmouth (R)

Masspirg Pushes “Zero Waste Future” For Bay State

Students and faculty members gathered at UMass Dartmouth Friday, supporting a "zero waste future" for Massachusetts.

Professor Adam Sulkowski tells WBSM News, programs such as waste reduction and recycling can pay off in the long run

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