Saturday, January 27, 2007

Hudson River PCB cleanup to start

Outside the power plant in Baltimore, MD they found bacteria that eat PCB it was reported. ((CBS/AP) New York EPA Must Protect Aquatic Life Near Power Plants) Glad to see this is starting finally. I've worked on various archeology background tasks over the years on and off for it, the last "invading" Peebles Island, Waterford, NY to acquire all reports ever deposited for CRM cultural resource management in the Upper Hudson River. It was so hot they shut the state capital down, sent everyone home. One of Troy's bridges wouldn't close, over expanded. Champlain Canal will finally become navigable also when dredging is allowed again, disturbing bottoms.

Source: Hudson River PCB cleanup to start

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