The $26 million conversion of the idle Capewell Horsenail Factory in Hartford's South End into affordable apartments can begin now that federal environmental regulators have approved a toxic-cleanup scheme for the brownfield site, authorities say.
BIDDEFORD - The city of Biddeford is seeking letters of interest from real estate developers nationwide for future redevelopment of the former Maine Energy Recovery Co. site, where the waste-to-energy incinerator was torn down last year.
CONCORD — Lawyers for ExxonMobil are appealing a $236 million verdict handed down by a Superior Court jury in April after a three-month trial over groundwater contamination caused by the gasoline additive MTBE, which has been banned in New Hampshire since 2007.
NORTHUMBERLAND — The developer of a proposed liquefied natural gas manufacturing plant said on Tuesday that due to demand, the plant’s initial output will be increased by a third, with the potential creation of 15 additional jobs.
Wynn Resorts’ Everett casino application offers scant details on how it will decontaminate the former industrial site, and experts say the complexity and cost of cleaning up decades of waste could mean delays of months or even years before the state actually sees its $600 million in annual revenues if Wynn gets the region’s sole license.