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State wants PCB study on Hudson dredging expanded

America’s most toxic waterway gets some help

Officials React to Criticism of Plans for East Parcel

It’s About Time! EPA begins removal of debris from toxic Gowanus Canal

5-year review of Hudson River PCBs cleanup must be transparent

The Environmental Protection Agency’s five-year review process must be handled in a transparent and inclusive manner and that the EPA should not give General Electric a free pass when the river and its fish remain contaminated by PCBs

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Questions swirl around data in Hudson River PCB cleanup

U.S.: Public workshop planned to discuss five-year review for Hudson River cleanup

Gillibrand Asks EPA For Additional Hudson River Dredging

Senator Gillibrand urges EPA to reverse its decision to stop PCB dredging in the upper Hudson River

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, today urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reverse its decision to stop polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) dredging in the Upper Hudson River.

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Bizarre discovery in Newtown Creek: 216 plastic bags of black goo

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