Posts Tagged ‘General Electric’

GE Opts in for Phase 2 Cleanup!

GE announced today that it will perform the Phase 2 cleanup as recently set forward by the EPA. Although the EPA’s requirements were not as strong as they could have been, this agreement will m… Read More

End Draws Near for Long, Bitter Superfund Battle

Second Phase of Hudson PCB Cleanup Will Have New Capping, Resuspension Standards

Enviro groups say EPA’s PCB cleanup plan is a compromise

Enviro Groups: EPA PCB Cleanup Plan is Compromise but will Benefit River, Communities

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater Natural Resources Defense Council Riverkeeper Scenic Hudson FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contacts: Julia Church, Clearwater, 845 265 8080, ext. 7112, or [email protected]Read More

Tell the EPA not to let GE forgo its responsibility to get its toxic PCBs out of the Hudson River

Currently, it appears that the EPA will reject GE’s request to delay its day of reckoning. But right now another critical decision looms for the EPA, and the success of the cleanup hangs in the bala… Read More

Tell the EPA to hold GE responsible for the full cleanup of the Hudson River

Over the course of 30 years, General Electric dumped more than 1.3 million pounds of dangerous toxic chemicals called PCBs into the Hudson River, one of the most important and cherished rivers in Nort… Read More


Last week, the company proposed a year delay on deciding whether to commit to a full clean-up of the Hudson! Unbelievably, after dumping over a million pounds of PCBs into the Hudson for 30 years, cre… Read More

Time for GE to Commit to Finish Cleaning Up Its Pollution in the Hudson

Environmental groups say “reasonable adjustments” will ensure PCB cleanup success

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