Jump to main content or area navigation.

Contact Us

Region 1: EPA New England

Contacts

Email the url of this web page to a friend

EPA New England's Customer Service
888-EPA-REG1 (888-372-7341)

Emergency Response
(reporting spills/environmental incidents)
800-424-8802
Criminal Investigations Division
617-918-2300
EPA New England Library
888-EPA-LIBR (888-372-5427)

Additional Sources of Information
National Lead Information Center
800-424-LEAD(5323)

Children First Initiative: Alice Kaufman, EPA New England
617-918-1064

New England Lead Coordinating Committee
"Keep it Clean-Lead Safe Renovation Campaign"
617-636-2431

No Discharge Areas: Ann Rodney, EPA New England 617-918-1538

Lake Champlain Basin Program: www.lcbp.org Click icon for EPA disclaimer.
802-655-6382 (NY & VT: 800-468-5227)
Lake Champlain: Erik Beck, EPA New England
617-918-1606

Air Risk Information Support Center (Air RISC)
Hotline 919-541-0888

EPA Tribal Program: Valerie Ferry, EPA New England
617-918-1674

Acknowledgements

New England Environmental Challenges 2001 is published by:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
New England
1 Congress St., Suite 1100
Boston, MA 02114-2023

Project Coordinators
Peyton Fleming, Maureen Hilton, Amy Miller and
Diane Switzer

Writer
Barbara Donnelly

Graphic Design
Liz Pucci

Photography Credits
Reducing Lead Exposure in Dorchester, MA
Protecting Coastal Communities in Block Island, RI
Reducing Toxics in the Workplace in Cranston, RI
Tackling Air Toxics in Providence, RI
Restoring an Urban River in North Providence, RI
photos for the above stories by Roy Crystal

Preserving Tribal Lands in Meddybemps, ME
all photos courtesy of University of Maine at Farmington Archaeology Research Center

Protecting Drinking Water in Cape Cod, MA
all photos by Matt Suess

Restoring Brownfields in Bridgeport, CT
all photos by Paul Shoul

Reducing Our Footprint in Chelmsford, MA
1st photo courtesy of Vermont Environmental Research Associates, 2-6 by Bob Beane

Restoring Urban Neighborhoods in Hartford, CT
all photos by Paul Shoul

Eliminating Sewer Overflows in Manchester, NH
all photos by Cyndy Carlson

Nonpoint Source Pollution in Lake Champlain, VT
1st photo Alden Pellett, 2-4 by Erik Beck

Going Beyond Compliance in Jay, Maine
1st photo Steve Groves, 2-4 by Matt Schweisber

Jump to main content.