GE: Hudson dredging to cost $561M

Full story: Berkshire Eagle

General Electric Co. estimated the first phase of its PCB dredging project on the Hudson River cost $561 million, providing first-time cost details of the massive cleanup.
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HellerCarbonCapN TradeLLC

Alexandria, VA

#1 May 1, 2010
Now, who doesn't want to check for PCB's and other chemical pollutants in the silt backed-up behind the dam on Wood's Pond and in the silt just behind all the other various dams upstream on the Housatonic River?

Better to spend a few million dollars now to clean up these things within the small concentrated areas where they collected rather than have to expend hundreds of millions of dollars if the pollutants then end up spreading out farther downstream.

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