Nation's Water, Air and Health at Stake in Whether EPA Completes Hudson River Cleanup

 

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In the Huffington Post, Scenic Hudson president, Ned Sullivan, writes about the national significance of the Hudson River cleanup:  "The long struggle to remove PCBs from the Hudson—the nation’s largest Superfund site—is a bellwether. The fate of cleanups at hundreds of other Superfund sites depends on its outcome. In fact, it’s long been suspected that one of the motivations behind all the money and time GE spent to delay and undermine this cleanup has been the costs it will incur at its other Superfund sites around the country if this cleanup succeeds. If our country wants clean water, healthy wildlife and restored public trust, there’s a precedent to be set on the Hudson."  Read more

 


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