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It's not just the dump — it's the dump trucks. Lee health officials to study health risk of GE's proposed PCB site
What are the health risks from GE's proposed PCB dump? The Lee Board of Health is on the case.
Proposed Lee PCB ‘dump’ to be discussed by local health officials. But do they have the power to intervene?
The Tri-Town Boards of Health unanimously approved a motion by Lenox member Dr. John Kearns to plan an educational session on the Upland Disposal Facility — “and then decide where we go from there.”
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is requesting public input into General Electric’s Revised Pre-Design Investigation Work Plan for Rea…
As opponents of a PCB landfill add flesh to their appeal, the Environmental Protection Agency is asking the court to trust and accept its judgment.
So begins the latest court fight over the Environmental Protection Agency’s planned cleanup of polychlorinated biphenyls — PCBs — spewed for years into the Housatonic River by the General Electric Co.
The Lee Select Board is standing its ground and will not join a citizens group’s fight against a federally mandated local PCB dump that’s a key element of a newly permitted cleanup of the Housatonic River.
The Select Board will reveal soon whether it will join a citizens group’s fight against a PCB dump in town near the Housatonic River — a crucial part for the Rest of River cleanup that the board itself backed.
The Housatonic River cleanup near the Elm Street bridge in 2004. Remediation of the first two miles was completed in 2007.