Feds tell General Electric PCB job not done

Times Union reports: "As concerns mounted Thursday over General Electric's plans to pack up its PCB processing plant in Fort Edward when the massive Hudson River dredging project finishes this year, federal wildlife officials again reminded the company that the cleanup should not be considered done.


Several members of the Citizens Advisory Group, which was created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to oversee the river cleanup, urged that GE not be allowed by EPA to disassemble the processing plant while PCBs remain in the Champlain Canal portion of the river between Fort Edward and Troy." Read more here.

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  • Bryndis Hlodversdottir
    published this page in News 2015-04-29 18:12:34 -0400