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Hudson River PCB cleanup will take longer than expected, study says

DEC, Newburgh sign agreement to improve Hudson River water quality

Newburgh to spend $39 million to reduce Hudson discharges

Wallkill River fish problems in N.J. stir concerns in Ulster County

Sexual mutations in fish in protected waters raise alarm

GE’s HQ Move Doesn’t Lessen its Obligations to the Hudson River

Cleanup Agreement in the Works for Hastings-on-Hudson Waterfront Site

Hastings-on-Hudson close to signing waterfront cleanup deal

City to Invest $30 Million to Stop Trash Flow Into Newtown Creek

Riverkeeper supports proposed Consent Decree Modification for Hastings waterfront cleanup

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Photo Courtesy of Hastings Historical Society
Riverkeeper has reached agreement with the Village of Hastings and BP/ARCO on a proposed Consent Decree Modification for the Harbor at Hastings site – one of the most contaminated locations along the Hudson River and a massive source of toxic PCBs.

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