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PCB dredging a success so far, but advocates want more

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Four environmental watchdog organizations are asking that the scope of dredging to remove PCBs from the upper Hudson River be expanded during the 2013 dredging season. The Environmental Protection Agency this week announced that the third season of dredging by General Electric Co. contractors was the most successful so far. A total of 650,000 cubic yards of PCB-contaminated sediment was removed from the bottom of the upper Hudson between May and November, exceeding the 2012 ...

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