This year should mark the emergence of Brood XI, which was last seen in the northern reaches of habitable cicada territory in 1954.
After decades of burning garbage, the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority said Wednesday it has officially shut down its trash incinerator in Hartford.
Connecticut wants to put electricity-storing batteries in homes and businesses, but batteries are expensive and an incentive program is new.
About 24% of available food scraps were recycled during the pilot program — an encouraging result with room for improvement, officials said.
The federal government said this week it will invest nearly $7 million to clean up and redevelop contaminated properties across the state.
The Great Meadows Marsh in Stratford was treated as an ugly nuisance for years, but now it’s the focus of a $4 million restoration project.
Fairfield University’s Pierre Christian is among a group of scientists researching black holes and theories of gravity.
The imminent closure of a major trash plant in Hartford has set off urgent debate about the future of CT’s waste.
Auditors took issue with two purchases tied to aging machinery at the plant which is used to generate power in times of critical grid demand.
A state-owned garbage incinerator was supposed to close by July, but a new budget would allow the burn plant to operate for one more year.
A year after withholding public disclosure of the price of taxpayer-funded purchases, Comptroller Kevin Lembo changed course.
The recently completed legislative session notched a number of wins — but also some losses — for environmentalists.