PCBs: GE’s and the EPA’s Toxic Legacy
In November of 2015, GE’s 6-year-long dredging and PCB cleanup project mandated by the EPA came to an end.
Two years later, tons of PCBs are still left in and around the waters of the Hudson River spreading toxicity to local communities and wildlife. That toxicity continues to become resuspended and find its way downriver towards New York City, New Jersey, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Those communities and the ecosystems affected deserve a sustainable solution to PCB remediation, and ecoSPEARS has the answer….Read More