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GE Cleanup Removes 300,000 lbs. of Chemicals from Hudson River

In what it calls one of the largest environmental cleanup projects undertaken in the US, General Electric has completed dredging in New York’s Upper Hudson River. Since 2009, GE’s crews removed more than 300,000 pounds of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) from the river — more than twice as much as had … Read more »

Hudson River Superfund Site

GE Decontamination Work at Hudson River Superfund Site to Begin Soon

The EPA has made a plan available for public review that outlines how General Electric will dismantle and decontaminate its 110-acre sediment processing facility that was built to support the dredging of the Hudson River PCBs superfund site. Some 200 miles of the Hudson River, contaminated by hazardous waste, is … Read more »

GE plants on the Hudson River

GE Chemical Dumping ‘Injured Natural Resources’

General Electric did not mention environmental harm it caused by dumping chemicals into New York’s Hudson River, according to federal officials. In a Jan. 30 letter to the GE, the Federal Hudson River Natural Resource Trustees say they have “documented injuries to natural resources” including fish, waterfowl and surface and … Read more »