GE asks EPA to let it continue dredge tests in ’11

Associated Press: General Electric told federal environmental officials Monday that it should be allowed to finish the test phase of Hudson River dredging next year to collect more data, instead of starting the far larger, second phase of the massive Superfund cleanup. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has said it wanted to start the second phase of the PCB cleanup next year. In a letter to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, GE argued that an independent review panel's findings show that it ......

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