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EPA Weighs Call to Slow Shutdown of Hudson River PCB Dredging Facility

Posted on December 8, 2015

By Brian Nearing,

Upstate opponents of a decision by regional Environmental Protection Agency officials to let General Electric Co. close its PCB cleaning plant in Fort Edward had an audience this week with high-ranking national EPA officials in Washington, D.C., to make the case that GE should be held back.

A coalition representing nine environmental groups met Wednesday with Mathy Stanislaus, who heads up the Superfund pollution cleanup program, and Larry Starfield, second-in-command for environmental enforcement, said Ned Sullivan, president of Scenic Hudson, who attended the meeting.


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