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Environmental Justice at DPU

All people have a right to be protected from environmental hazards and to live in and enjoy a clean and healthful environment.

Environmental Justice (EJ) is based on the principle that all people have a right to be protected from environmental hazards and to live in and enjoy a clean and healthful environment. EJ is the equal protection and meaningful involvement of all people with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies and the equitable distribution of environmental benefits.

Here, you will find information on the actions the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) is taking to promote EJ as well as links to other helpful resources. The DPU is currently finalizing its EJ strategy. To access the DPU’s draft EJ strategy, click the featured box below. Note that the draft EJ strategy may contain outdated information that we will update in the final EJ strategy.

This page can be translated into multiple languages by toggling the “Select Language” button at the top of the page.

To request language access services (document translation and interpretation services), contact Mark Marini, Language Access Coordinator, at Mark.Marini@mass.gov.

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Jenyka Spitz-Gassnola - ADA coordinator, request materials in accessible formats Email Jenyka Spitz-Gassnola, ADA coordinator at Jenyka.Spitz-Gassnola2@mass.gov

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Mark Marini - request language access services (document translation and interpretation services) Email Mark Marini, language access coordinator at mark.marini@mass.gov

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Veena Dharmaraj - questions about EJ strategy or related inquiries Email Veena Dharmaraj, EJ point of contact at Veena.Dharmaraj@mass.gov

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