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PCB testing sought on upper Hudson flood plain

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Saratoga County officials want General Electric to do more testing for the presence of PCBs in the flood plains along the upper Hudson River. Such testing could establish the locations where polychlorinated biphenyls discharged from upstream GE plants have been deposited during flooding, and could lead to pressure for a new round of PCB cleanup, this one on land. “We need to get [GE and federal authorities] understanding the problem,” said Saratoga town Supervisor Tom ...

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