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EBC Presents the 14th Annual EBEE Awards Celebration
June 7, 2007 @ 5:00 pm - October 17, 2021 @ 8:09 pm
Environmental Business Council of New England Recognizes Agencies for Environmental Achievements
Each year in June, the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) recognizes companies, organizations and individuals for outstanding accomplishments in the promotion of a sustainable, clean environment through the EBEE Awards Program. These awards were created by the EBC to encourage environmental companies, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and environmental professionals to serve as models for others to emulate and, in doing so, further the mission and objectives of the EBC. The mission of the EBC is to advance and promote the environmental and energy services and technology businesses in New England by supporting sustainable environmental policies and practices for business and government.
This year the EBEE’s are being held on Thursday, June 7th at the Waltham Westin. For more information about the event and the EBC, please visit www.ebcne.org
View the EBEE 2007 Program Book
Award for Achievement in Environmental Education – In recognition of exceptional educational programs that are critical for the preservation and sustainable use of the natural resources of the Commonwealth. The award will be presented by Harlan M. Doliner, Esq of Keegan Werlin LLP to:
Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife – The award is being accepted by Wayne MacCallum, Director, Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Award for Outstanding New Environmental/Energy Technology or Application – In recognition of the innovative approaches and technologies used in the development and implementation of the Northern Wood Power Project. The award will be presented by Robert Varney, Regional Administrator of the US EPA New England to:
Public Service of New Hampshire – The award is being accepted by John MacDonald, Vice President Energy Delivery and Generation, Public Service of New Hampshire
The Environmental Merit Award for Leadership by a Non-Profit Organization – In Recognition of Outstanding Environmental Leadership by a Non-Profit Organization for the successful development and implementation of innovative policies and programs that have revitalized city, town and village centers, preserved cultural and natural resources and expanded economic opportunity. The award will be presented by Michael Sullivan, Director of Department of Environmental Management of the State of Rhode Island to:
Grow Smart Rhode Island – The award is being accepted by Scott Wolf, Executive Director of Grow Smart Rhode Island
The Nicholas Humber Environmental Award for Outstanding Collaboration: In Recognition of Outstanding Collaboration among the Developer and Regional, State, and Government organizations leading to the redevelopment of the former Fort Devens U.S. Army Base with the siting and permitting of the Bristol-Myers Squibb biologics manufacturing facility. The award is being presented by Daniel O’Connell, Secretary of Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development, Commonwealth of Massachusetts to:
- Bristol-Myers Squibb – The award is being accepted by Paul McKenzie, General Manager of Bristol-Myers Squibb
- Devens Enterprise Commission – The award is being accepted by William P. Marshall, Chairman, of Devens Enterprise Commission
- MassDevelopment – The award is being accepted by Arleen O’Donnell, Acting Commissioner, Department of Environmental Protection of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection – The award is being accepted by William Burke, Executive Vice President of MassDevelopment Devens Operations
Paul G. Keogh Environmental Award for Government Service – In recognition of outstanding leadership and dedication to government service that has contributed to the enhancement of the environment in New England, most recently as Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection of the State of Connecticut. The award is being presented by Robert Durand of Durand & Anastas Environmental Strategies to:
Regina McCarthy, Commissioner, Department of Environmental Protection for the State of Connecticut
The James D.P. Farrell Brownfields Project of the Year Award – In recognition for the Remediation and Redevelopment of the former gas manufacturing plant in Brockton into a Brightfield – a solar energy generating station. The award is being presented by Ann Berwick, Undersecretary for Energy, Executive Office for Energy and Environmental Affairs of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to:
City of Brockton – The award is being accepted by James E. Harrington, Mayor of the City of Brockton
The Stephen G. Lewis Environmental Merit Award for Service to the Environmental Industry – In Recognition of Meritorious Service, Dedication, and Leadership to Improving the Quality of the Environment in New England. The award is being presented by Steve Davis of Rackemann Environmental Services to:
Samuel G. Mygatt LLB, Principal of Epsilon Associates, Inc.