“The meeting will be held in Manhattan on August 19th to discuss [EPA’s] recent review of how well the $1.7 billion dredging project is working.”
Our consensus? It isn’t.
GE spent nearly $2 billion over six years dredging a 40-mile stretch of the upper Hudson River. Of this stretch, only a fraction of the PCB-contaminated sediment was removed.
It’s long past due for companies like GE and agencies like the EPA to stop throwing away excessive amounts of money on non-solutions to the PCB problem……Read More