The US Environmental Protection Agency is asking for public input on GE’s Revised Pre-Design Investigation Work Plan for Reach 5A Non-Residential Floodplain Exposure. A media release from the Berkshire Environmental Action Team says that the public input opportunity is not required by law, but something its EPA site team does routinely to give people more input on how the remediation happens.
It’s time once again to clean up our beloved Housatonic River, as the West Branch River Cleanup on the Housatonic River has been scheduled for this Saturday, June 26th.
The clean-up is set for Saturday, June 26th, from 9 am to Noon:
According to a media release, volunteers are invited to join the Housatonic Valley Association and the Berkshire Environmental Action Team to help clean up the West
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be overseeing the $576 million dollar cleanup of the Housatonic River over the next 15 years according to an article in iBerkshire.com.
Following year of studies and negotiations, a "Revised Permit" was issued under the Resource Conservation Recovery Act...
Area residents who would like to express their concerns to the Environmental Protection Agency, about its latest plan to remove toxins from the Housatonic River, will have one more opportunity to do so Tuesday evening.
The EPA's final hearing will take place at 6:30 PM on Tuesday...