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November 17, 2006



Yep. For my money they got off very easy with the Housatonic river consent decree. 15 million in natural resources damage funds to split between two states and 2 miles of river dredged and reclaimed. A growing pile of "low level" i.e. less the 50ppm of PCB contaminated material next to a Pittsfield school at "Hill 78". They hardly feel it at GE, and fight every effort to make them more accountable.

Charlie Crystle

GE still needs to be held truly accountable for their destruction of people and place. What a shame.

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